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The Book of Exodus sets before us, as the Hebrews of later ages told it, and in the vivid, picturesque style which the best Jewish historians could always command, the story of the deliverance from Egypt.

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FRONT MATTERTitle PageCopyright PagePreface by the General Editor for the Old TestamentPrefaceContentsList of principal abbreviations employedChronological tableIntroduction§ 1. Name and Contents§ 2. Sources and Literary Structure of the Book of Exodus§ 3. The Contents of Exodus arranged according to the Sources§ 4. History of Egypt during the Israelites' sojourn in it§ 5. Historical and Religious character of ExodusTEXT AND NOTESCHAP. I.CHAP. II.CHAP. XIV.CHAP. XV.CHAP. XVI.CHAP. XVII.CHAP. XVIII.CHAP. XIX.CHAP. XXIV.ADDITIONAL NOTESOn iii. 14 (‘I will be that I will be')On the hardening of Pharaoh's heartOn the sites of Pi-hahiroth, Migdol, and Baal-zephon (xiv. 2)On the passage of the Red SeaOn the mannaOn the ‘covenants' mentioned in the PentateuchThe Theophany on SinaiThe site of SinaiThe ArkOn the EphodOn the Urim and ThummimTabular synopsis of laws in Ex. xxxiv. and in Ex. xxiii. 12, 15—19, and xiii. 12—13Tabular synopsis of contents of Ex. xxxv.—xl. and xxv.—xxxi.The Nash Papyrus of the DecalogueAPPENDICESAppendix i. The PassoverAppendix ii. The date of the DecalogueAppendix iii. The Code of HammurabiAppendix iv. The Historical character of the Tent of Meeting, as described by PINDEXILLUSTRATIONSAsiatic captives making bricks under Thothmes IIIMouth of Wădy ‘Aleyat, shewing an Acacia treeJebel Serbăl from the Upper Palms in Wady ‘AleyatRas SufsafehWădy ed-Deir. Convent of St Catharine, and steps leading up to Jebel MusaThe Table of Presence-bread, with incense-cups, and two silver trumpets, as depicted on the Arch of TitusThe Golden Lampstand, as reconstructed by Prof. A. R. S. KennedyModel of P's Tent of Meeting, as reconstructed by Prof. KennedyA ‘Frame,' with its basesThe Altar of Burnt-offeringThe Court of the Tent of MeetingMap of Jebel Musa
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