The Yeshua Codex

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Infinity Publishing, 2004 - Religion - 122 pages
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In the tradition of the DaVinci Code, The Yeshua Codex is a definitive guide to the "historical Jesus." The provocative story is deep rooted in historical accuracy and Jewish custom
  

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Page 3 - The Tyrians on the island surrendered in 332 BC, after seven months of fighting. Alexander's use of huge siege machines at Tyre introduced a new age of warfare. Alexander next entered Egypt. The Egyptians welcomed him as a liberator from Persian rule, and they crowned him pharaoh. On the western edge of the Nile Delta, Alexander founded a city in 331 BC and named it Alexandria...

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