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The ten plagues of Egypt were blood, frogs, gnats and lice, flies, diseased livestock, boils, hail, locusts, darkness and the death of the firstborn. The plagues occurred when the pharaoh would not let the Israelites go ... More »

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According to the Old Testament story of Exodus, the 10 plagues of Egypt were a series of punishments that God visited on the Egyptians in response to the pharaoh's refusal to free the Hebrew slaves trapped in that nation... More »

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The first five plagues of Egypt, according to the Bible, were blood water, frogs, gnats, flies and the death of livestock. The last five plagues were boils, storms, locusts, darkness and the death of firstborns. More »

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The first five plagues of Egypt, according to the Bible, were blood water, frogs, gnats, flies and the death of livestock. The last five plagues were boils, storms, locusts, darkness and the death of firstborns. More »

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King Tutankhamun rose to the throne when he was just a boy in 1332 B.C. (or 1336 B.C. by some accounts) and ruled Egypt until his death in 1323 B.C. He was born around 1341 B.C. More »

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Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt. The book of Exodus says that the Lord had Moses lead the people of Israel. Moses used a staff to split the Red Sea, so they could pass through safely. More »

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