March 1988
Archaeology;Mar/Apr88, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p20
Reports on findings of Smithsonian Institution Senior Oceanographer Daniel J. Stanley's study of the biblical story of Exodus. Evidence of the phenomena of darkness on the land and the pillar of fire described in the Bible; Direct influence of the explosion of the southern Aegean volcanic island called Santorini; Discovery of the Upper Minoan glass shards in several sediment cores in Egypt's Lake Manzala.


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