The Sinai Journeys, The Route of the Exodus by Menashe Har-El, Professor of Historical and Biblical Geography Tel Aviv University, 464 pages, first published in Hebrew by Am Oved in 1968. This book was designed by Rechavam Zeevy.
Table of Contents:
Part One: Landscape, Sites and Mankind including, the geological structure, the geographical regions, climate, soils and vegetation, water resources, routes, fauna, the population, settlements of the two arms of the Red Sea, notes.
Part Two: The Views of Modern Scholars Concerning the Exodus and Criticism of these Views including introduction, Biblical reference to the route, views of the scholars on the location of the land of Goshen and the Red Sea and criticism of these views, the views of scholars placing Mount Sinai in the sourth of the peninsula and cricisim of these views, the views of scholars who place Mount Sinai in the North of the peninsula and criticism of these views, views placing Mount Sinai in Edom and criticism of these views.
Part Three: The Investigation in the Light of Geographical Science including introducition, the location of the land of Goshen, the location of the Red Sea, the wildernesses of Sinai, the routh of the wanderings of the Children of Israel in the wilderness of Sinai, the Oasis of Feiran, the Monastry of St. Catherine.
Notes, bibliography, index and numerous maps and diagrams.