An archaeologist in Egypt has discovered a cemetery full of child slaves from the time of the pharaohs, a chilling find which echoes the Biblical account describing the difficulties the Hebrews suffered in Egypt. That finding and several others connect a famous pharaoh and his city to the Biblical narrative describing the Hebrews’ pre-Exodus experience in Egypt.  Archaeologist Mary Shepperson uncovered something entirely unexpected at the archaeological dig at Amarna in

Upper Egypt. After studying the cemetery at the southern end of the ancient ruined city with expected results, she moved to a separate burial site at the northern end. What she found at the new site shocked her: narrow graves containing multiple bodies, buried with little ceremony or care. Altogether, 105 sets of remains were found. But the most shocking discovery was that all of the remains belonged to young people whose bones showed signs of brutal labor and neglect. READ MORE