Are there any credible historical evidences behind red/reed sea crossing? Besides, of course, the Torah.
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Currently, there is no definitive evidence of the crossing of Yam Suf. This if or a couple of reasons.
However, there is a person who has created a video which you can find online, which claims to have found wheels and axles of Egyptian chariots in a body of water near egypt and some high cliffs. I'm not linking to it, because I don't think this person needs links to their site.
Interestingly, there are also some computer models that show how a eastern wind could split the sea in a specific part of the Nile Delta, which until now has not been considered as a location for the crossing.
Neither the computer models, nor the research of the guy in the video I mentioned above count as 'credible evidence' in most people's minds.