Anne Habermehl


The history, archaeology, geography, and geology of ancient Egypt are examined with respect to the post-Flood Ice Age. It is shown that the Ice Age must have ended before the formation of the Nile Delta, and therefore well before the beginnings of Egyptian civilization and Abraham’s visit to Egypt. It is shown that more time for events between the Flood and Abraham is needed than the Masoretic timeline allows; the longer chronology of the Septuagint is therefore most likely correct.


Biblical chronology, timeline, Ice Age, ancient Egypt, Nile Delta, Nile River, archaeology of prehistoric Egypt, geology of prehistoric Egypt, Masoretic, Septuagint


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