There are a couple of errors and typos in my book Did Moses Exist? The Myth of the Israelite Lawgiver that need to be corrected. I appreciate the close reading by those who have brought them to my attention. I will be fixing them in the book itself, but here is an errata page.
(The numbering of the paragraphs below refers to the first full paragraph from the top of the page.)
|xiii, 6||image||Louvre Museum, Paris
||British Museum, London
|19||2||a relationships and clashes||relationship and clashes|
|42||2||Deuteronomy 31:24,||Deuteronomy 31:24|
|89||3||which would have effected
||which would have affected
|153||4||Ahmose I is Hatshepsut’s son, and it would be a simple matter for him to copy her storm-destruction record during his own reign||Ahmose I is Hatshepsut’s grandfather, and it would be a simple matter to copy another’s storm-destruction record during one’s own reign|
If anyone finds other factual errors or typos, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the comments below. Thank you.
Thanks to David Deley for his assistance with the Kindle edition and noticing some of these errors. The Kindle version now is updated.