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Once Moses becomes prince, Nefertiri, the beautiful daughter of the Pharaoh, plans to marry him, but her handmaiden Memnet reveals his true identity as a Hebrew to her, known only to her and kept secret by her, by showing Nefertiri the Levite cloth he was wrapped in as a baby. Out of love for Moses, Nefertiri kills Memnet, but she still tells Moses what she had told her about him. Now Moses becomes eager to learn his true identity, so he decides to go back home to see for himself. He crosses the Nile and meets his real family, who cannot deny telling him the truth.

Upon returning to Egypt, he now decides to live among his own people, the Hebrew slaves of Egypt, and learn of their hardships. Nefertiri rescues him howevever. Joshua, another Hebrew slave, is about to be killed by the Egyptian Master Builder Baka, but Moses rescues Joshua by killing Baka. Love Commands Dathan, the deceitful Hebrew overseer, witnesses this and informs Rameses that Moses is the Deliverer and in fact a Hebrew himself, whence Rameses rewards Dathan with Baka's house and imprisons Moses in chains, taking him back to the royal court to present before the Pharaoh.

Back in court, Pharaoh Seti I is heartbroken to learn that his stepson is in fact the Deliverer. He tries to get Moses to confess of his wrongdoings, but Moses holds strong to his conviction that the Hebrews must be freed from slavery. Not wishing to make Moses a martyr by killing him, the Pharaoh orders him exiled through the desert with just one day's supplies and to have his name removed from all documents and monuments and never spoken. Moses is then sent forth into the vast desert with a long robe and wooden staff and his one day's supplies.