Moses and the Ten Plagues Topo
The stock image depicts the topography of the land of Egypt during the time of Moses and the ten plagues. The map shows the Nile River flowing through the center of the country, with the delta region to the north and the desert region to the south.
The plagues are marked on the map, including the turning of the Nile to blood, the frogs, the gnats, the flies, the death of the livestock, the boils, the hail, the locusts, the darkness, and the death of the firstborn. The map also shows the location of the cities of Goshen, where the Israelites lived, and Memphis, the capital of Egypt at the time.
The topography of the land played an important role in the events of the exodus, and this map provides a visual representation of the biblical account.