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[探索发现] 【整理】2009-08-16 Ancient Egypt 走进埃及金字塔-12

本帖最后由 lurker2006 于 2009-8-17 18:37 编辑

Seven Wonders of Ancient Egypt 探秘古埃及金字塔


At the dawn of history, the ancient Egyptians showed the world how to build the impossible wonders. In this fascinating documentary special we uncover the secrets of Ancient Egypt Pharaoh, engineers and architects and bring to life great buildings and the ancient Egyptians saw them - towering over their great civilization in the history of Africa, and perhaps the world...




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【整理】Ancient Egypt 12    by lurker

 

And a species of raspberry bush, rubus sanctus, is still cultivated here by the monks.

 

The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought the truth into Israel, and here that he received not only the revelation of the Ten Commandments but the law.

 

Moses' story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to flee the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive. And for 40 years, he wandered in the wilderness of the Sinai Desert. According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as God's sign to him.  And Moses' life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

 

There is a possibility that Ramesses was the ruler drawing the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it's 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely.

 

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood; animals died; and light turned to darkness, only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters to make their escape before bringing them crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wilderness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments. Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance up the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up what is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.


 

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And the species of raspberry bush rubus sanctus is still cultivated here by the monks.

The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought to true with Israel, and here that he received not only the revolution of the Ten Commandments, but the law.

Moses' story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to fled palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive, and for 40 years, he wandered in the wildness of the Sinai Desert. According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as god sign to him, and Moses' life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

There is possibility that Ramesses was the ruler, drawing the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it's 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely.

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood; animals died and light turned to darkness. Only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters that made their escape before bringing him crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wildness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments. Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance after the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up that is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.
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And the species of raspberry bush rubus sanctus is still cultivated here by the monks.

The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought to true with Israel, and here that he received not only the revolution of the Ten Commandments, but the law.

Moses' story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to fled the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive, and for 40 years, he wandered in the wildness of the Sinai Desert. According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as god sign to him, and Moses' life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

There is possibility that Ramesses was the ruler, drawing the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it's 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely.

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood; animals died and light turned to darkness. Only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters that made their escape before bringing him crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wildness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments. Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance after the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up what is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.
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And a species of raspberry bush rubus sanctus is still cultivated here by the monks.

"The first name of the monastery was the monastery of the burning bush. Because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that ** without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought to ** and here that he received not only the revolution of the Ten Commandments but the law."

Moses's story began in the new kingdom of the Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was the time when Hebrews were held slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to flee the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from princess to fugitive and for forty years he wandered in the wildness of the Sinai desert. According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as God signed to him and Moses's life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the Pharaoh to release his people.

"There is possibility that Ramses was the ruler join the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the temple of Solomon.If it's 200 years, Ramses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely."

The Pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood;animals died and light turned to darkness. Only then did the Pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters that made their escape before bringing them crashing down, drowning the Pharaoh's army. After years in the wildness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai where God having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments.

Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance up the mountain side, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night ** is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.
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And the species of raspberry bush, rubus sanctus, is still cultivated here by the monks.

The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought to true in the Israel, and here that he received not only the revelation of the Ten Commandments, but the law.

Moses' story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to flee the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive, and for 40 years, he wandered in the wildness of the Sinai Desert. According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as god's sign to him, and Moses' life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

There is possibility that Ramesses was the ruler, drawing the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it's 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely.

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood; animals died; and light turned to darkness, only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters to make their escape, before bringing them crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wildness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments. Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance up the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up what is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.
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And species of Rouse Rebush, rebel's centers, is still cultivated here by the monks.

"The first name of the monastery was the monastery to burning bush, because this was the place where god appeared to Moses and to bush the brain without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought * and here that he received that only revolutionary of the Ten Commandments before long."

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According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as god sign to him, and Mose's life was to change again. Changed with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the Pharaoh to release his people.

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The Pharaoh would not compliant on Moses's unleash ten terrible * upon the country. The Nile turned to blood. The light turned to darkness. Only then did the Pharaoh relent.

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After years in the * for his followers, Moses returned to Mount Sinai where god having tested his faith would gave menkind the Ten Commandments.

Since the time of Moses, the monks of carved 4000 steps repentance up the mountainside align pilgrims of path to the top.

When temperatures are low, as many as a thousand tourists make their cline each night up what is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.
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And the species of raspberry bush, rubus sanctus, is still cultivated here by the monks.

The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought  \ true in \ Israel, and here that he received not only the revelation of the Ten Commandments, but the law.

Moses' story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to flee the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive, and for 40 years, he wandered in the wildness of the Sinai Desert. According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as god's sign to him, and Moses' life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

There is possibility that Ramesses was the ruler, drawing the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it's 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely.

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood; animals died; and light turned to darkness, only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters to make their escape, before bringing them crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wildness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments. Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance up the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up what is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.
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And a species of raspberry bush, rubus sanctus, is still cultivated here by the monks.

The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought the truth into Israel, and here that he received not only the revelation of the Ten Commandments/ but the law.

Moses' story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to flee the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive. And for 40 years, he wandered in the wilderness of the Sinai Desert. According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as God's sign to him.  And Moses' life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

There is possibility that Ramesses was the ruler/ drawing the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it's 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely.

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood; animals died; and light turned to darkness, only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters to make their escape/ before bringing them crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wilderness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments. Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance up the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up what is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.



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And the species of raspberry bush, rubus sanctus, is still cultivated here by the monks.

"The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought the tribe to Israel, and here that he received not only the Revelations of the Ten Commandments, but the law."

Moses' story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the Royal House. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to flee the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive, and for 40 years, he wandered in the wilderness of the Sinai Desert.

According to the Bible, it was the burning bush that appeared as God's sign to him, and Moses' life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

"There is possibility that Ramesses was the ruler drawing the exodus. It takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it's 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can't pinpoint this precisely."

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood; animals died; and light turned to darkness, only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea. Parting the waters to make their escape, before bringing them crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wilderness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments.

Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance up the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up what is considered to be one of the world's most spiritual landmarks.
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It was here that Moses brought the children of Israel, and here that he received not only the revelation of the Ten Commandments but the law.
It was here that Moses brought it to all of Israel
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It was here that Moses brought the children of Israel, and here that he received not only the revelation of the Ten Commandments but the law.
wukeyu123 发表于 2009-8-18 09:54
同意!根据您的答案我再听一遍,就觉得很清楚了。

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And a species of raspberry bush, rubus sanctus, is till cultivated here by the monks.

“The first name of the monastery was the Monastery of the Burning Bush, because this is the place where God appeared to Moses at the bush that burned without being consumed. It was here that Moses brought the truth into Israel and here that he received not only the revelation of the Ten Commandments, but the law.”

Moses’ story began in the new kingdom of Egypt. He was a Hebrew orphan but grew up in the royal house. This was a time when Hebrews were held as slaves. But when Moses grew up, he was forced to flee the palace. He killed an Egyptian guard when he saw the cruelty inflicted upon his fellow Hebrew people. His life changed from prince to fugitive. And for 40 years, he wandered in the wildness of the Sinai Desert. According to the Bible, it was the Burning Bush that appears as God’s sign to him. And Moses’ life was to change again. Charged with new purpose, Moses returned to the palace to persuade the pharaoh to release his people.

“There is a possibility that Ramesses was the ruler drawing the exodus that takes place either 200 or 400 years before the building of the Temple of Solomon. If it’s 200 years, Ramesses is a candidate. You can’t pinpoint this precisely.”

The pharaoh would not comply until Moses had unleashed ten terrible plagues upon the country. The Nile turned to blood. Animals died and light turned to darkness, only then did the pharaoh relent. The Bible records how Moses led his people across the Red Sea, parting the waters to make their escape before bringing them crashing down, drowning the pharaoh’s army. After years in the wildness with his followers, Moses would return to Mount Sinai, where God, having tested his faith, would give mankind the Ten Commandments. Since the time of Moses, the monks have carved 4,000 steps of repentance up the mountainside, allowing pilgrims a path to the top. When temperatures are low, as many as 1,000 tourists make the climb each night up to what is considered to be one of the world’s most spiritual landmarks.
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