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  • The Book of Exodus is the second book of the Hebrew and the Christian Bible
  • The Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt is the theme described in the above-mentioned book


Exodus or The Exodus may also refer to:

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Modern history

Literature

  • Exodus (poem), an Old English retelling of the Biblical departure
  • Exodus (novel), a 1958 novel by Leon Uris, based partly on the story of the Jewish refugee ship by that name
  • Exodus (2002 novel), a 2002 science fiction novel by Julie Bertagna
  • Exodus (Starfire), a science fiction novel by Steve White and Shirley Meier
  • Z213: Exit, a 2009 fictional diary by Dimitris Lyacos based on the biblical Exodus

Film

Music

Bands and labels

Albums

Songs

Entertainment

Television

Sociology

  • Rural exodus, the migratory patterns that normally occur in a region following the mechanization of agriculture
  • Emigration, the action and the phenomenon of leaving one's native country to settle abroad

Other

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