parting of the Red Sea

parting of the Red Sea

God divides the waters for Israelites’ flight. [O.T.: Exodus 14:21–29]
See: Escape

parting of the Red Sea

divinely aided, Moses parts the waters for an Israelite escape. [O.T.: Exodus 14:15–31]
See: Miracle
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I really liked what had been achieved with the character of Moses, the relationship between Moses and Ramses and all the spectacular, epic, Biblical scenes - the plagues, the Battle of Kadesh at the beginning then the parting of the Red Sea, which is just phenomenal.
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Afifi said he took issue with the scene showing the parting of the Red Sea in which Moses -- a prophet revered by Jews, Christians and Muslims alike -- is seen holding a "sword" like a warrior, instead of a "stick".
He takes occasional liberties with the story but remains true to its spirit and there is, of course, the parting of the Red Sea and the carving of the Ten Commandments.
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It became less static in Act 2, where Rossini begins to tighten his plot; and the parting of the Red Sea was simply but powerfully realised.
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