- Za ostala značenja, v. Egzodus (razvrstavanje).
Egzodus ili Yetsi'at Mitsrayim (hebrejski: יציאת מצרים, tiberijski: jəsʕijaθ misʕɾajim, "izlazak iz Egipta") je izraz kojim se opisuje Egzodus Izraelita iz Egipta. Riječ je o hebrejskim ratnicima koji su u Egiptu postali radnici, a često se opisuju kao robovi. Oni su Egipat napustili pod vodstvom Mojsija i Aarona kako bi se vratili u Zemlju Izrael, što je opisano u biblijskoj Knjizi Izlaska. Ti događaji služe kao podloga za židovski blagdan Pashu.
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- The Population of Israel in the Exodus: A statistical look at the census figures of the Exodus as recorded in the Old Testament.
- The Red Sea Crossing
- Amazing Bible discoveries: Unlocking the Greatest Mysteries of All Time; The Real Mt. Sinai and Exodus Highlights
- Traditional Route of the Exodus
- The Exodus Decoded Arhivirano 2011-02-02 na Wayback Machine-u.
- Those Amazing Biblical Numbers: Taking Stock of the Armies of Ancient Israel Arhivirano 2007-12-19 na Wayback Machine-u
- Playing the Numbers Game A Critique of Attempts to Rationalize the Population Numbers of Exodus Revised 2005.
- Me'am Loez on Beshallach IV: Me'am Loez on Beshallach IV: 50 Miracles, no. 7, says that the Israelites crossed the Red Sea in twelve paths, one for each of the tribes, and cites Ps. 136:13 which has it that the Red Sea was divided into parts during the Exodus.
- The Book of Jasher: The midrashic Book of Jasher is a candidate for being the "Book of Jasher" mentioned twice in the Jewish Bible, and while this seems unlikely, at least in its present form, it does seem to have been available as rabbinic literature for some centuries. While it is not shy to relate rather embellished-sounding versions of early biblical tales, Jasher 81:38 has it that the Red Sea was divided into 12 parts and the Israelites crossed as if on dry land, but this version of the crossing is, remarkably, lacking in other miraculous embellishment - which would tend to be preferred, to apply usual methods of textual analysis, except that the rabbinical sources are of unknown antiquity. It seems an unusual innovation for a rabbi to strip the biblical story of its miraculous trappings, had not a text of great renown at some point been the tradition's origin.
- Rashi's Commentary: The regarded eleventh century Talmud scholar called 'Rashi' made the comment that the Red Sea had been split "asunder in twelve pieces for the twelve tribes" to his commentary on the Psalms. Rashi's Commentary, Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki or Rabbi Shlomo Yarchi, commentary on Ps. 136:13.
- Evidence for the Early Date of the Exodus
- Pharaoh of the Exodus article Arhivirano 2007-10-14 na Wayback Machine-u The Kings Calendar
- Book of Exodus article (Jewish Encyclopedia)
- The Exodus chabad.org
- Is Bryant Wood's chronology of Jericho valid? A recent refutation of Wood's attempt redate an early fall of Jericho to the traditional Exodus date.
- The Megiddo Expedition Israel Finkelstein's site on the excavation.
- Reading the Old Testament discusses many of the same issues discussed here from a mainstream, scholarly point of view.