The small statue of Prophet Joshua and the Levites carrying the Ark of the Covenant (Igbo language: Agba, meaning ‘Covenant’) during the Exodus of the Ancient Igbo Israelites was discovered as an artifact by a collector at a Market in South Eastern Nigeria. Prophet Joshua was wearing the Igbo traditional cap with feathers affixed. He had the traditional beads called ame, the equivalent of the Rosary (Igbo language: arịọ ase iru Ya, meaning ‘pleading beads infront of Almighty God’) of Our Blessed Mother (Igbo language: Mgbe a kọọrọ, meaning ‘Our Lady you tell’).
Read Exodus Part 1: Igbo Mediators of Yahweh Culture of Life vol. 4. pages 182. https://www.amazon.com/Igbo-Mediators-Yahweh-Culture-Life/dp/1646203003
Exodus from Egypt of Igbo Israelites to Canaan (Igbo language: oke Nna, meaning ‘allotment of the Father’) to present Igbo land in Nigeria. [Joshua 8:33-34] mentions Mount Gerizim (Igbo language: Ọma a na-eto Ọgọ, i re oziọma, meaning ‘the Temple of Praise of the Divine Mercy, to bring the good news’) and Mount Ebal (Igbo language: Ọma a na-eto Aba Eli, meaning ‘the Temple of praise of the Holy Spirit of the Most High’) was found at Marshal Cave at Yankari (Igbo language: iyi ana ọkụ arịa, meaning ‘land stream with hot funnels’) National Park in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Read Exodus Part 1: Igbo Mediators of Yahweh Culture of Life vol. 4. pages 183. https://www.amazon.com/Igbo-Mediators-Yahweh-Culture-Life/dp/1646203003