Scota, Egyptian Queen of the Scots

The Egyptian Testament

Book 5
Edfu Books
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The legends of Ireland and Scotland tell a fantastic tale of an Egyptian queen and her Greek husband, who were exiled from Egypt to Ireland at some point during the second millennium BC. It is said that it was from this Queen Scota and King Gaythelos that the modern titles for the Scottish and Gaelic people were derived. 

But what are we to make of this ancient story- is it based more upon fact or fiction? Historians have, as one might expect, taken the story to be complete fiction; but Ralph Ellis has taken a lateral look at this mythology, and found many links and associations that lead to one inescapable conclusion “ that the extraordinary tale of Queen Scota and King Gaythelos is probably true. 

The Egyptian Testament series

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Scotland, Ireland, Scota, round tower, Gaythelos, Akhenaton, Nefertiti, Amarna, Dublin, Cork, Dingle, Scotichronicon, Egypt, Exodus, Ebro, Balearic Islands, Crete, Minoan, Manetho.

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Publisher
Edfu Books
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Published on
Nov 4, 2010
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Pages
250
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ISBN
9781905815258
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Language
English
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Genres
History / Ancient / Egypt
History / General
Reference / Genealogy & Heraldry
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*** The biblical King Jesus was King Izas of Adiabene - the well-known leader of the Jewish Revolt. ***


This is most comprehensive and revolutionary reappraisal of biblical history, which explains every facet and every character within the New Testament narrative and places them within a real historical context. 


Ralph starts by confirming and proving that the New Testament Saul (St Paul) was actually the historian Josephus Flavius. This may sound inconsequential, but this connection brings with it many new descriptions of the biblical family and the Jesus movement.
Contrary to orthodox perceptions, King Jesus and Queen Mary Magdalene were the richest couple in Syrio-Judaea. The Romans wanted to impose taxes on Jesus and Mary, provoking a bitter dispute which became known as the Jewish Revolt. 

King Jesus fought and lost that war, so he was crucified, reprieved and sent into exile in Roman England. In those remote lands, King Jesus became known King Arthur (the constellation of the Great Bear) and his twelve disciple-knights of the Round Last Supper Table (the Round Table was laid out as a zodiac).


This identification of Jesus as a wealthy, royal, warrior-hero of first century Judaea may sound bizarre, but that is what the texts say. All research and quotations are from original sources, including the New Testament, Tanakh, Talmud, Josephus, Origen, Eusebius, Irenaeus, Herodian, Suetonius, Tacitus, Clement etc:


Sequel to "Cleopatra to Christ".   Followed by "Jesus, King of Edessa"See also "Mary Magdalene, Princess of Orange"


Updated edition, v9.7


Saul, Josephus, historical Jesus, New Testament, Parthia, Jesus of Gamala, Phraates, King Arthur, Chester, Crucifixion, Dewa, Mary Magdalene, Vespasian, Titus, Nero, Poppaea, Jerusalem, Jewish Revolt, Izates, Monobazus.

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