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The Israelites are cured of snake-bites by looking at the Brazen Serpent

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water

The Israelites carry the Ark of the Covenant over the Jordan

Israelites from BL Royal 3 D VI, f. 45v

Israelites from BL Royal 3 D VI, f. 79v

Moses and Israelites from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 25

Moses and Israelites from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 288

Moses and Israelites from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 25

Israelites and Moses from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 25v

Moses freeing the Israelites from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 24v

Pharaoh decrees the drowning of every new male offspring among the Israelites

The Israelites demanding a leader to fight against the Canaanites and God appointing Judah

The Israelites are cured of snake-bites by looking at the Brazen Serpent

Moses on his deathbed speaking to four Israelites

Bondage of the Israelites from BL Royal 19 D II, f. 43v

The Israelites are forced to hard labour in Egypt

Sacrifices of the Israelites

The Israelites are cured of snake-bites by looking at the Brazen Serpent

Israelites at the Red Sea from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 78

Israelites from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 78

Israelites consulting the Lord from BL Royal 1 E IX, f. 56v

Joshua leading the Israelites from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 97

Israelites at the Red Sea from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 78

Pharoah giving tasks to the Israelites from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 40

Pharaoh and Israelites from BL Royal 19 D III, f. 42

John Hyrcanus as leader of the Israelites

Sacrifices of the Israelites

Pharaoh overseeing the Israelites, preparing to build the cities of Pithom and Raamses

Nebuchadnezzar captures the city of Jerusalem: all the treasures of the temple and the palace of Jerusalem are carried off to Babylon; Israelites, including the prophet Ezekiel, are deported to Babylon; Ezekiel prophesies against Jerusalem

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh and his army perish in the water

Battle between the Israelites and Canaanites after the death of Joshua

The Israelites are led out of Egypt

Hur dies choked when spit upon by the Israelites for refusing to adore the golden calf

The Israelites with the Passover lamb

The Israelites are forced to hard labour in Egypt

The Israelites carry the Ark of the Covenant over the Jordan; Joshua prays to God

Sacrifices of the Israelites

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water

Aaron and Nadab Taking Leave of Elisheba (?), with the Israelites Camped before Mount Sinai and Moses Ascending the Mountain.

Moses Showing the Quails to the Israelites

Moses showing the quails to the Israelites (the miracle of the quails and manna)

Moses Showing the Quails to the Israelites

Moses at right telling the Israelites to gather the manna and at left Moses striking the rock

The Israelites Gathering Manna

Plate 6: The Israelites Defeated by the Canaanites for Having Disobeyed Moses, from 'The Battles of the Old Testament'

Plate 24: The Israelites Rebuilding the Walls of Jerusalem, from 'The Battles of the Old Testament'

Plate 4: Moses Ordering the Israelites to Attack the Ethiopians, from 'The Battles of the Old Testament'

Plate 9: The Israelites Battling the Amalekites, from 'The Battles of the Old Testament'

Plate 7: The Egyptians Pursuing the Israelites, from 'The Battles of the Old Testament'

Plate 6: The Israelites Defeated by the Canaanites for Having Disobeyed Moses, from 'The Battles of the Old Testament'

Battle of the Amalekites (Bataille des Amalecites), Amalekites on horseback gallop towards the left, pursued by the Israelites, a dead man to right, a dead horse to left

The camp of the Israelites according to Reyherus ; The camp of the Israelites according to Lamy.

Moses at left with the Israelites who gather manna as it falls from the sky, two angels above, after Reni

La marche des Israelites dans le desert.

Route des Hebreux pour passer la Mer Rouge ; Pierre d'Horeb ; Route des Israelites depuis leur depart de l'Egypte jusqu'au passage au Jourdain.

A Column of Oriental Travelers Scattered by a Dust Storm (The Israelites Passing through the Wilderness Preceded by the Pillar of Clouds)

edible substance that, according to Abrahamic doctrine, God provided for the Israelites during their travels in the desert from "The Sacred Gift. A series of meditations upon Scripture subjects. Secondseries"

map from "Remarks on Mount Serbal being the true Mount Sinai; on the Wilderness of Sin; on the Manna of the Israelites and on the Sinaic Inscriptions"

map from "Forty Days in the Desert on the track of the Israelites; or, a Journey from Cairo by Wady Feiran to Mount Sinai and Petra. By the author of “Walks about Jerusalem” [i.e. William Henry Bartlett.] Third edition. [With illustrations and plates.]"

map from "Forty Days in the Desert on the track of the Israelites; or, a Journey from Cairo by Wady Feiran to Mount Sinai and Petra. By the author of “Walks about Jerusalem” [i.e. William Henry Bartlett.] Third edition. [With illustrations and plates.]"

map from "[Forty Days in the Desert on the track of the Israelites; or, a Journey from Cairo by Wady Feiran to Mount Sinai and Petra. By the author of “Walks about Jerusalem” [i.e. William Henry Bartlett.] Third edition. [With illustrations and plates.]]"

map from "[Forty Days in the Desert on the track of the Israelites; or, a Journey from Cairo by Wady Feiran to Mount Sinai and Petra. By the author of “Walks about Jerusalem” [i.e. William Henry Bartlett.] Third edition. [With illustrations and plates.]]"

map from "[Forty Days in the Desert on the track of the Israelites; or, a Journey from Cairo by Wady Feiran to Mount Sinai and Petra. By the author of “Walks about Jerusalem” [i.e. William Henry Bartlett.] Third edition. [With illustrations and plates.]]"

Myer J. Isaacs to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, January 13, 1863 (Sends resolution of American Israelites)

map from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

map from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

map from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

Kefr_Kenna_seen_in_the_distance from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

map from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

map from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

map from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

map from "From Egypt to Palestine through Sinai, the Wilderness and the South Country. Observations of a journey made with special reference to the history of the Israelites ... With maps and illustrations"

Bedawín encampment, Wâdy Sebíyeh, Sinai. This valley has been mentioned as a likely camping ground for the Israelites, because of the view afforded of the summit of Jebel Músa. There is no open space, however, for a great multitude.

The Israelites in Egypt–Water Carriers (Dalziels' Bible Gallery)

Wâdy Taiyebeh. "The valley of good" (water and pasture). Through this valley most probably the Israelites journeyed to their encampment by the Red Sea.

Sinai. North end of the Gulf of Suez, where Israelites crossed the Red Sea. / American Colony, Jerusalem.

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Red Sea where Israelites crossed

To Sinai via the desert. Gulf of Suez, where the Israelites crossed

Wady esh Shehk - The broad passage through which the Israelites must have made their way towards the Promised Land after they received the Ten Commandments at the foot of Mt. Sinai

Members of the 10I Club - Orlando

Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt

Hur dies choked when spit upon by the Israelites for refusing to adore the golden calf

Moses Telling the Israelites to Gather Manna and Moses Striking the Rock

The Israelites with the Passover lamb

The Israelites are cured of snake-bites by looking at the Brazen Serpent (3rd of 3)

The bondage of the Israelites in Egypt from BL Or 2737, f. 62v

Moses teaching the Israelites the Law of God

Moses rebuking two Israelites who were quarreling(?)

The Israelites before Pharaoh

Sacrifices of the Israelites

Moses and the Israelites from BL Harley 616, f. 53

Achior Pleading with Holofernes for the Israelites, from The Story of Judith and Holofernes

God's omnipotence; the Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water

Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt

The Israelites despoiling the Egyptians from BL Or 2737, f. 9v

Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt

Moses teaching the Israelites the law of God

The bondage of the Israelites in Egypt from BL Or 2737, f. 62v

The Israelites are led out of Egypt by God in a pillar of fire

Moses Telling the Israelites to Gather the Manna and Moses Striking the Rock