Some prehistoric animals, like dinosaurs, laid eggs, which would make it the egg that came first. If you mean a chicken egg, it's still the egg which was first. The egg in question would have likely been laid by an animal that's was extremely similar to a chicken, but was not. When this egg was laid all depends on your cut-off point on what you'd label a chicken.
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its a continous debate but im gonna say the egg because evolution works in strange ways. And because i believe that the chicken came from Dodos which are prehistoric flightless birds. Overtime evolution took place deep inside the egg and thus the first chicken (as we know it) was hatched
God C r e a t e d Animals Such As The Chicken Talked About Here First. Afterwards He Said - Be Fruitful and Multiply. At T h a t Point T h e Egg Came On The S c e n e. ------------- Scripture Quote Bring forth every living thing that is with you of all flesh--birds and beasts and every creeping thing that creeps on the ground--that they may breed abundantly on the land and be fruitful and multiply upon the earth. (Genesis 8:17 AMP)