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The Land of Goshen

The Land of Goshen probably covered a small area. But it was very fertile and was a good place to raise sheep and cattle (46:28–34).


Money in the form of coins did not come into use until around the sixth century b.c. In Joseph’s time, in the nineteenth century b.c.,… Read More »Money


Signets were seals that bore a unique mark representing their owner. Some signets were worn around the neck; others were worn as rings (41:42). The… Read More »Signets


The name Succoth (33:17) means “booths.” A booth was a temporary dwelling resembling a tent or a hut. Most of the people around Succoth were… Read More »Succoth