God brought ten plagues upon Pharaoh and the Egyptians, to persuade Pharaoh to let the Israelites leave Egypt:
It is to be noted that none of the plagues affected the Israelites.
1. Blood (×“Ö¸×): Ex. 7:14-25
2. Frogs (×¦Ö°Ö¼×¤Ö·×¨Ö°×“ÖµÖ¼×¢Ö·): Ex. 7:25-8:11
3. Gnats (×›Ö´Ö¼× Ö´Ö¼×™×): Ex. 8:12-15
4. Flies (×¢Ö¸×¨×•Ö¹×‘): Ex. 8:20-32
5. Pestilence (×“Ö¶Ö¼×‘Ö¶×¨): Ex. 9:1-7
6. Boils (×©Ö°××—Ö´×™×Ÿ): Ex. 9:8-12
7. Hail (×‘Ö¸Ö¼×¨Ö¸×“): Ex. 9:13-35
8. Locusts (×Ö·×¨Ö°×‘Ö¶Ö¼×”): Ex. 10:1-20
9. Darkness (×—×•Ö¹×©Ö¶×š): Ex. 10:21-29
10. Death of the Firstborn (×žÖ·×›Ö·Ö¼×ª ×‘Ö°Ö¼×›×•Ö¹×¨×•Ö¹×ª): Ex. 11:1-12:36
(Exodus 7:19 - 12:30) Each of the plagues assaulted one of the gods of Egypt (Exodus 12:12). The first 3 plagues affected the Israelites too, but the rest were only on the Egyptians.
1. Blood. Turning the Nile(& all the waters of Egypt) into blood- disgraced the Nile god, Hapi, and when the fish died it slapped the Egyptian fish god.
2. Frogs, worshiped as the goddess Heqt brought disgrace to this goddess.
3. Gnats and
4. Gadflies invaded Egyptian homes , both discrediting the Egyptian god of Magic, Thoth, as the magic-practicing priests were unable to stop the influx
5. Plague on the livestock humiliated the cow goddess Hathor, Apis, and the sky goddess, Nut.
6. Boils plaguing the Egyptians disgraced "healing" gods such as Thoth, Isis, and Ptah.
7. Hail shamed the gods of nature, Reshpu, and again, Thoth, who was believed to have power over the thunder & rain.
8. Locust defeated the harvest gods, such as Min, who was believed to be a protector of crops.
9. Darkness humiliated the sun gods, Ra and Horus, and again, Thoth, who was thought to be the magical god of the sun, moon, and stars).
10. Death of the firstborn was the greatest humiliation for the Egyptian gods and goddesses, especially Pharaohs themselves, who felt that THEY were gods, sons of Ra (or Amon-Ra). The death of Pharoah's son, therefore, meant that one of their gods had actually died .
There were ten plagues, three of the plagues were frogs, lice, and locust.
In Ancient Egypt
Two plaques of Egypt were locusts and frogs.
God afflicted Pharaoh and the Egyptians with ten plagues.
The ten plagues started after Pharaoh refused to listen to god servant Moses and his brother Aaron.
The Bible does not give the exact length of time that it took for the Ten Plagues of Egypt. However, it is estimated that the plagues were distributed over several weeks.Answer:Tradition states that the Ten Plagues, altogether, lasted a total of one whole year (Mishna, Eduyoth ch.2).
Ten plagues fell upon Egypt - one for each of their gods showing the supremacy of the Hebrew God - the God of Creation.
The ten plagues of Egypt-1. Water to Blood2. Frogs3. Gnats or Lice4. Flies5. Livestock Diseased6. Boils7. Thunder and Hail8. Locusts9. Darkness10. Death of the Firstborn
Rivers turned to blood (Exod.7.17).
God sent 10 plagues to the people of Egypt.
A historically-based, religion-inspired movie about the ten plagues of Egypt.
No there were no poisonous animals in the 10 plaques.
The ten biblical plagues are not worshipped.
The famous ten plaques that affected Egypt was at the time of Moses and the pharaoh at that time was expected to be Ramses.
after the ten plagues
As the heart of pharaoh was hardened , the ten plaques were sent by God to punish and make him release the Hebrews.
Tradition states that the ten Plagues all occurred during one year (Mishna, Eiduyot ch.2).
Some have dated this time frame to be circa 1446 B.C..
The water of the Nile was turned to blood and frogs covered the entire land.
The 10 plagues were cast upon the people of Egypt because the Pharaoh stubbornly refused to let the Israelites leave their bondage of slavery.
After the ten plagues in Egypt Pharaoh let the Jew go free.
Archaeology is a science, and archaeologists say that the ten plagues never happened. So the rational and scientific explanation is that there never were the ten plagues of Egypt. In fact, the respected Israeli archaeologist, Israel Finkelstein, says that over 90 per cent of scholars believe that the Exodus from Egypt never happened [allowing for those scholars who accept no evidence contrary to a literal reading of the Bible].
Yes (Exodus ch.7-12 and ch.19-20).