ARCHEOLOGISTS HAVE FOUND buried Egyptian military weapons, spears, chariots and tools on the bottom of the Red Sea, where Moses were supposed to have taken the Jews across during their Exodus from Egypt. These artifacts date back to about 1,400 BC. It is 1.5 kilometer (about one mile) off the coast of the city of Ras Gharib. They also found about 400 skeletons, but expect to find as much as 5,000 if everything was dug up. This picture show a Egyptian Khopesh. These artifacts were found on a long sand bank going across the ocean. It is estimated that parts of this sand bank could have above the water, or nearly so in the distant past.