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Q: Which Hebrew rose to power in Egypt but had to flee because of killing an Egyptian?
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Where was moses's place of exile?

MidianGenesis 2:15 Moses fled to Midian after killing a man for beating a Hebrew slave in Egypt.


Why did Moses have to leave Egypt ( the first time)?

he killed an Egyptian who was beating a Hebrew


When did Moses know he was Hebrew?

Moses discovered his Hebrew heritage and realized he was not an Egyptian when he saw an Egyptian taskmaster mistreating a Hebrew slave, prompting him to intervene and ultimately leading to him fleeing Egypt.


Are there any traces of Egyptian words in Hebrew?

The Bible says that the Hebrews spent 430 years in Egypt. Scholars long ago noted that there is little or no Egyptian influence in the Hebrew language. The closest language to the early Hebrew language was the Canaanite language.


Who brought the Jews out of Egypt and gave them Gods law?

Moses got the Hebrew slaves Fred from the Egyptian Pharaoh.


How did Moses feel when God told him he was to return to Egypt?

He was taken aback as he feared that they would kill him, for killing a Egyptian.


How did ancient Hebrews literature influence ancient Egypt literature?

Ancient Hebrew literature had no impact on Ancient Egyptian literature. The Egyptians were thoroughly not interested in Hebrew literature.


Where did Moses stay when he was exiled from Egypt?

MidianGenesis 2:15 Moses fled to Midian after killing a man for beating a Hebrew slave in Egypt.


Why did moses flee Egypt when he was young?

He fled Egypt because he saw Egyptians beating up Hebrews.Answer:Plus... Moses killed the Egyptian... tried to hide the body... was found out... and "took it on the lam." [Ex.2:12-15]


When did the Egyptian myth of killing relatives and servants for the afterlife eventually die out?

Before the first dynasty or the pre-history of Egypt.


Why did moses slaughter the Egyptian?

"He saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, one of his own people. Glancing this way and that and seeing no one, he killed the Egyptian and hid him in the sand." (Exodus 2:11-12) So, because he was angry, and he was acting in a way that he probably that was just at the time, although it caused him to have to flee Egypt.


What does Egypt have to do with Greece?

alexander the great conquered egypt and built the city of alexandria, i know this because i am egyptian.