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World History Witnessed European Hegemony Hybrids 63 B.C. And Killed

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HOMO ERECTUS WHITE EUROPEAN EARLY HOMINID, THEY ARE ALSO KNOWN AS THE INQUISITION KILLERS OF  AFRICAN HYBRID PEOPLE.   

 

When scholars refer to "ancient Israel," they often refer to the tribes, kingdoms and dynasties formed by the ancient Jewish people in the Levant (an area that encompasses modern-day Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria). 

Scholars draw largely on three sources to reconstruct the history of ancient Israel — archaeological excavations, the Hebrew Bible and texts that are not found in the Hebrew Bible. The use of the Hebrew Bible poses difficulty for scholars as some of the accounts are widely thought to be mythical. 

Early history

The earliest mention of the word "Israel" comes from a stele (an inscription carved on stone) erected by the Egyptian pharaoh (reign ca. 1213-1203 B.C.) The inscription mentions a military campaign in the Levant during which Merneptah claims to have "laid waste" to "Israel" among other kingdoms and cities in the Levant. 

(1)The patriarch Abraham (c. 1996 BC-1821 BC) started with humble beginnings as a son of Ur.

(2)    When did Abraham laughed at the idea he was too old and Sarah to have a child

 Isaac of the Old Testament lived from 1896 BC to 1716 B.C., based on what we know from Bible Chronology. (But why not take the ancient record from certified history--not the uncertified Christian bible?  that is a  hoax!!!!!!  He was the promised and long-awaited son born to Abraham and Sarah in their old age. Sarah had aged past her child bearing years at the time he was conceived. She chose the name Isaac because she had laughed at the messengers of God telling her that she would give birth to a son, although she denied this.

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