Cleopatra to Christ/Scota: Egyptian Queen of the Scots

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Edfu Books, 2006 - 377 עמודים
Two books by Ralph Ellis published together end to end. The first book is Cleopatra to Christ: Why was the birth of a poor carpenter in the first century AD visited by the Magi, the Persian king-makers? There is a great deal of evidence within the New Testament, which demonstrates that Jesus was actually of royal blood. But if this is so, then from which royal family was he descended? Ralph Ellis has pieced together a historical jigsaw puzzle, which demonstrates that the biblical Jesus was directly descended from Cleopatra VII, the most famous queen of Egypt. The second book is Scota, Egyptian queen of the Scots: The Celtic myths which were set down in a 14th century book called Scotichronichon tell a fantastic tale of an Egyptian queen and her Greek husband, who were exiled from Egypt at some point during the second millennium BC and who went to Ireland via Spain. Is this ancient story true?

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Ellis is a historian and researcher who has been fascinated with Egypt, the Holy Land and the ancient Near East all of his life.

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