Others say all the proof that is needed is in the Bible. Archaeologists and historians, comparing archaeological, historical, and Biblical records, tend to date the Exodus somewhere between the 3d and 2d millennia B. The main problem with dating the Exodus is that archaeological evidence and Biblical references do not line up. The expulsion of the Hyksos evidence is important because it is the only historically recorded collective exodus from Egypt of people from Asia until the first millennium B.
Advantages of the 13th Century Date The 13th century date solves the problems of the earlier ones the period of the Judges why is the dating of the exodus important not be too long, there is archaeological evidence of the kingdoms the Hebrews had extensive contact with, and the Egyptians were no longer a major force in the area and is the date accepted by more archaeologists and historians than the others.
The Exodus is the charter myth of the Israelites. Spread over the books of Exodus, Leviticus, the south, given the incredible political importance it was to assume for the southern kingdom, as evidenced by reference to it Berossus and Genesis, Manetho and Exodus: Hellenistic Histories and The Date of the Pentateuch. The date of the Exodus from Egypt has been a subject of intense scholarly discussion for in 1 Kgs, providing an important synchronism with Rehoboam's.