Numbers 1:45-46 (KJV) 45 So all of the children of Israel that were counted, by the house of their fathers, from twenty years old and upward, all that were able to go forth to war in Israel, were six hundred thousand and three thousand and five hundred and fifty.
It has been extrapolated from these figures that the likely total was somewhere around two million individuals.
The mature men were about 600,000 (Exodus 12:37), plus the 22,000 Levites (Numbers 3:39). To this must be added the converts (Exodus 12:38), and the women and children. Based on the ratio of firstborn to younger children (Numbers ch.3), it can be seen that the children were numerous. Estimates for the total number are usually given at two million or more.See also:
Israelites still. They were descendants of Israel (Jacob).
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The Israelites leaving Egypt.
Israelites were led out of Egypt by Moses who was later succeeded by Joshua. The departure from Egypt to Canaan is normally referred to as the exodus.
Three months after leaving Egypt, while they werecamped at the foot of Mt. Sinai, God delivered the Ten Commandments to the Israelites
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Moses or Abraham led the israelites out of Egypt i believe
It was Moses who helped free the Israelites from Egypt
The Israelites ended up in Egypt as slaves.
Yes they did. And then Joshua came along an led them into the promised land
the departure of the israelites from egypt
2 to 3 million
The number of Israelites that did not leave Egypt is not mentioned in the Old Testament. It is estimated about 2 million to 3 million did leave Egypt, including men, women and children.
Moses was commanded by God to lead the Israelites out of Egypt.
According to the account in Shmos (Exodus), 70.
God sent Moses to lead the Israelites out o Egypt
The leader to take the Israelites out of Egypt was Moses.
The 'exodus' refers to the Israelites - the descendants of Jacob - leaving Egypt. After years of bondage and slavery Moses led the children of Israel out of Egypt and they journeyed to the land God had promised them.
That it is not known. A tradition states that there were Israelites who, due to assimilation, were uninterested in leaving Egypt and died off before the Exodus (Rashi commentary, Exodus 13:18), while others may have survived and stayed behind (Rabbi Miller). See also:How many Israelites left Egypt?Evidence of the Exodus
It took the Israelites a total of 40 years of wandering to reach Canaan.
theystayed in Egyptthey stayed in egypt
The Israelites left for Canaan from Egypt , as the pharaoh released the Jews from slavery, after the ten plaques.
After prosper Judaism was formed however, the pharaoh of Egypt didn't like how many Israelites were living in Egypt with fear of them rebelling and taking control and the Israelites were enslaved by Egypt. After asking the pharaoh to release his people and the pharaoh saying no bad fortune was given and later the Israelites were freed a man named Moses was responsible he then lead Israelites back to their land of Canaan taking many, many years in what is now known as the Exodus