The lack of archaeological evidence, however, was due to the fact that scholars were looking for; both for the evidence to confirm the miraculous tales of the Bible, such as the separation of the sea, which can not be historically founded, or in the wrong and wrong historical period the geographical position. However, when we look for evidence of an exodus of Bedouin Semitic groups, on the Egyptian Sinai and in Canaan, the situation changes radically, and we immediately found evidence for the only attempt that took place at the beginning of the 19th dynasty. As Exodus 1:11 states that the Israelites were forced to build Ramesses as a depository city for the Pharaoh, scholars have assumed that this was the same city built by Ramses II, known from Egyptian texts such as Pi-Ramses, the House of Ramses , and considering this king is the pharaoh of oppression.The Pharaoh of Exodus, however, was not Ramses II, but his grandfather Ramses I, who founded the 19th dynasty. It was this Ramses who, during the residence of the Israelites in Egypt, had his residence in the fortified city of Zarw in the north of Sinai, the capital of the biblical land of Goshen in the Arab name, where they lived. It is also known that the children of Israel remained in this position until they were forced to build the city of Ramses, before leaving Egypt under Moses.