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Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2004:3
Incorporating Workshop 2004:4

Society News2

Chronology & Catastrophism Review

Lifting 'Bickerman's veil' by Steve Mitchell4
In Search of Alter Egos by Trevor Palmer12

Open Letter
The Dark Age Gap: An Open Letter to John Bimson, Peter James and David Rohl From Emmet Sweeney16

The Future of the Past: Archaeology in the 21st Century, and, Atlas of Ancient History
Reviewed by Paul Standring
The Atlantis Researches Reviewed by Phillip Clapham20
Stonehenge: Neolithic Man and the Cosmos Reviewed by Phillip Clapham22
Canaanites, Chronologies and Connections Reviewed by Laurence Dixon24
Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism Through the Ages,
Reviewed by Laurence Dixon

In Passing
A Review of Three Videos Reviewed by Laurence Dixon27
Recent Developments In Near Eastern Archaeology by Bob Porter28
Plait in Denial33

Chronology & Catastrophism Workshop

From Eric Aitchison, Emmet Sweeney, Phillip Clapham, Jill Abery,
Walter Peters, Michael Reade, Peter Fairlie-Clarke, Michael Minton and Hyam Maccoby


Old Testament Tales IV: Moses as Magus 'A' by David Salkeld39
Old Testament Tales V:   Moses as Magus 'B' by David Salkeld40
The Israel Stele and Yanoam by J. Eric Aitchison41
The After-Effects of Newton's Comet of 1680 AD by Laurence Dixon43

Bookshelf by Jill Abery52

News from the Internet


Production team:
Jill Abery, David Davis, Val Pearce and Ian Tresman.

Editorial team:
Jill Abery, Eric Aitchison, Laurence Dixon, Brian Moore, Val Pearce, David Roth, Emmet Sweeney. (Also assisting the editorial proces during the preparation of this issue: Lewis M. Greenberg, Trevor Palmer and Michael Reade.

Postal Editorial Address:
'Innesfree', Highsted Valley, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 0AD, UK. E-mail Editorial Address:

Membership Enquiries:
SIS Membership Secretary, 10 Witley Green, Darley Heights, Stopsley, Bedfordshire, LU2 8TR, UK. or go to

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