Nope. Your claim is that archaeological sites support the Bible, and the Egyptians outnumber you in that regard. By a mile. 40 cities, 116 pyramids, numerous temples and burial sites both royal and civilian...Now what's your point? That the Egyptians invaded Canaan and defeated the House of David?
And obviously you never heard of Higher Criticism, whereby Christian scholars critiqued the Bible during the 16th & 17th centuries to see how much of it matched up with known history. They found that some did, some didn't, and the rest couldn't be verified. Especially the magic bits.It's only been written in the Bible for over 1600 years. It's called validation of the Bible in case your interested.
But all of this is superfluous to the fact that all the archaeology in the world is not evidence of invisible Jewmagic.