Previously it had been broadcast on the Discovery Channel in Canada in April and was shown at the Jerusalem Film Festival in July.
Some of Jacobovici’s points are old hat, having been proposed before, while others are indeed new.
But, alas, the presentation suffers from the same fate as other similar “documentaries”—dates are revised willy-nilly to make everything neatly come together to explain the events of the Exodus.
most expensive bottle of wine ever sold at auction was offered at Christie’s in London, on December 5, 1985.
The bottle was handblown dark-green glass and capped with a nubby seal of thick black wax.
In the end, Jacobovici does more harm than good since he mishandles the archaeological evidence, hence providing fuel to skeptics who wish to undermine the Exodus.