The Egyptian Hebrew
The Egyptian Hebrew lived in Egypt from the time of Joseph to Moses throughout 400 years
Their language were the Ancient Egyptian Language.
Hebrew Egyptian Names : Moses, Aaron, Maryyem,......
The profession of many of them were Hieroglyph scribes .( Builders )
Moses was educated as adopted son to the Queen of Egypt.( around 1300 BC )
The Ten commandments were written by Egyptian Hieroglyph .
There was no Hebrew Language ( writing system ) until King Solemn after 300 years .
All the teachings were written down by Moses in Hieroglyphic.
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300 years later
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