The Exodus Era records the exodus of the Hebrew people as they are delivered out of four hundred years of slavery in Egypt, to return to the Promised Land. The central figure of the Exodus Era was Moses. Moses is the leader of the Exodus. The main location of the Exodus Era is Egypt. At the beginning of the Exodus Era the Israelites are living as slaves in Egypt, but by the end of this era, there’s been a lot of moving around, more than 40 years of moving around, until, at the end of the Exodus Era, the Israelites are positioned on the east side of Jordan River, ready to cross over and take possession of the Promised Land of Canaan, in what will be the Conquest Era.