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171. Index of Titles [Uncategorised]
... Currency Aboriginal Art& Culture Centre Aboriginal Art and Cosmic Imagery? Aboriginal Watercolourist About Where Troy Once Stood Abraham and Phallicism Abraham and Ur Abraham In Egypt Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part II Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part I Abraham's Birthplace Abrupt Climate Change& the Rise and Fall of An Andean Civilisation Abstracts Absurdity of Neutron Stars, The ... The Secular Creationism of Heribert Nilsson Amarna Age- an Introduction, The Amarna Coregency Controversy, The Amarna Iconoclasts- Who were the Real Criminals?, The Amarna Period and Levantine Archaeology, The Amarna Royal Tomb, The Amarna Royal Tombs Project- the last 3 seasons, The Amarna Tablets, The Amazon Books Amenophis, Osarsiph and Arzu. More on the ... Beyond the Mountains of Darkness. The Search for the Ten Lost Tribes Bible as History?, The Bible Through a King James Filter, The Biblical 40-Years Periods, The Biblical Archaeologist Biblical Archaeologist Biblical Archaeologist Biblical Pentapolis or Midianite Cities? Biblical Plagues 'Caused by Volcano' Bibliographic Meteor Database, The Big Bang Never Happened, The Big Bang Big-Jaw Varlamoff is Dead ...
172. The Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine [SIS C&C Review $]
... and the Archaeology of Palestine John Bimson Copyright (c) 1977 J. J. Bimson The revised placement of the Conquest suggested by Dr Bimson also involves a revision of the archaeological correlations for Egypt's Middle Kingdom and the Hyksos (2nd Intermediate) Period. The archaeological evidence is again found to support this. Introduction In a previous article (1) I ... From: SIS Review Vol II No 3 (1977/78) "From Exodus to Akhnaton" Home¦ Issue Contents The Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine John Bimson Copyright (c) 1977 J. J. Bimson The revised placement of the Conquest suggested by Dr Bimson also involves a revision of the archaeological correlations for Egypt's Middle Kingdom and the ... ... problems of Biblical history and archaeology, and supports and complements Velikovsky's revised Egyptian chronology". The present article fulfils that promise with regard to problems which currently face archaeologists working with Middle and Late Bronze Age finds. Table 1 shows the divisions and datings now in use for the MB (Middle Bronze) and LB (Late Bronze) periods ...
173. The Archaeology of Shiloh and Pottery Chronology [SIS C&C Review $]
... Eli and Samuel- when it was taken off into battle and was captured by the Philistines. The site has been excavated by Danish and Israeli teams. How well does the archaeological evidence match the biblical account and what implications are there for the chronology of Palestine? According to Hans Kjaer, the Danish excavator, the archaeology matched the Bible well because he ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1991 (Vol XIII) Home¦ Issue Contents The Archaeology of Shiloh and Pottery Chronology by Bob Porter Bob Porter has a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in engineering from Imperial College, London. Three years ago he left his job, as a design engineer at Airship Industries, to study ancient chronology with a view ... "Shiloh thus joins several other sacred Israelite [i.e. Iron I places where a cultic tradition had existed continuously ever since the Middle Bronze Age." The solution is staring archaeologists in the face- the MB cultic places were the Israelite ones. At Shiloh the archaeology of Eli and Samuel is the enormous MB town wall and over 100 metres of store ...
174. Megiddo [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... the identification. REFERENCES 1. James Breasted, Records, iv No. 709. 2. S. Yeivin, JEA, 48, 75. 3. The Encyclopaedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land, Yigael Yadin on Megiddo. 4. Graetz, History of the Jews, 184. 5. Yadin, op. cit., 830. ... Egypt. In his account Sheshonk attacked the north of Palestine including Beth-Shean, Taanak, and Megiddo.[2 But if Sheshonk I wasn't Shishak, who was he? The archaeology of Megiddo confirms the revised chronology. Yigael Yadin states, regarding Megiddo: [3 The date of Stratum VIIA was determined by cartouches of Ramesses III and Ramesses VI. The ... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History VIII:2 (July 1986) Home¦ Issue Contents Megiddo Michael S. Sanders Jeroboam to So Historians and archaeologists who have investigated the sites of Samaria, without exception, have accepted the proposition that Shishak of the Bible was King Shoshenk 1, first ruler of the Twenty-Second Dynasty of Egypt. Further, destruction layers ...
175. Editorial [SIS C&C Review $]
... The conventional scheme has no comparable literary evidence to offer, while Biblical scholars still face the difficult problem of reconciling the Hebrew accounts of the Exodus and Conquest of Canaan with the archaeological context they have been allotted in the Late Bronze Age. This context (second half of the 13th century BC) cannot honestly be said to have recommended itself through its own ... contradicted by the archaeological data, can be left to the reader to judge. (See "A Chart to Illustrate the Conquest of Canaan" and "The Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine" by J. J. Bimson.) Nor do the problems end there- for the whole period of history down to the time of Hezekiah, a contemporary ... 1970) Journals: AASOR Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research. AJBA American Journal of Biblical Archaeology. AJSL American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literature. BA The Biblical Archaeologist BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. IEJ Israel Exploration Journal. JAOS Journal of the American Oriental Society. JBL Journal of Biblical Literature and Exegesis. JEA Journal ...
176. Second SIS Cambridge Conference Report [SIS Internet Digest $]
... , in particular whether the "giant comet" hypothesis, associated principally with the names of Clube& Napier and Hoyle& Wickramasinghe, could be substantiated by ground truth in the archaeological, geological, climatological and historical records. Depending on one's chronology and the geographic region under discussion, the Bronze Age started c.3500 BC and continued for two or three thousand years ... to communicate information, and hence more effectively to adapt to rapid environmental change, whether caused by astronomical or purely geological processes. Subsequent papers, including poster presentations, focussed on Archaeology, Geology and Climatology, History and Culture, and the boundary between Archaeology and History. There is no space to review these in detail, but a flavour of the discussion ... Mark E. Bailey, first appeared in Meteorite! Magazine, November 1997, and at their Web site (see previous page). Nearly a hundred astronomers, historians, archaeologists and others gathered at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge from 11-13 July 1997 for the second international conference of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies. The purpose- to discuss the near-simultaneous ending of ...
177. Envoi [SIS C&C Review $]
... 1975) DOTT D. Winton Thomas (ed.): Documents from Old Testament Times (London, 1958) EAE M. Avi-Yonah (ed.): Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land, vol. I, 1975; vol. II, 1976; vol. III, 1977 (Oxford) HTR Harvard Theological Review IEJ Israel Exploration ... ., 1975-1982 Abbreviations AAAO H. Frankfort: Art and Architecture of the Ancient Orient (Harmondsworth, 1954, (4) 1969) AHL K. M. Kenyon: Archaeology in the Holy Land (London, (3)1970) AJA American Journal of Archaeology ANET J. B. Pritchard (ed.): Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating ... Testament (Princeton, 1950, (3)1969) AOTS D. Winton Thomas (ad.): Archaeology and Old Testament Study (Oxford, 1967) BA Biblical Archaeologist (London, 1962) BASOR Bulletin of the American School of Oriental Research CAH Cambridge Ancient History (Cambridge, (3) 1975) DOTT D. Winton Thomas (ed ...
178. A Reply to S.F. Vaninger [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... the conventional site for this city, was similarly unoccupied in MB II. He remarks that until an alternative site is found, with a more acceptable geographical location and yielding positive archaeological evidence, my argument that Et-Tell is not the correct site for Ai "must be recognized as ad hoc." Such a site does exist: it is called Khirbet Nisya ... of Palestine during MB II (see SIS Review, vol. IV no. 1, 1979, p. 16; on Tell el-Maskhouta, see B. MacDonald, Biblical Archaeology, vol. 43 no. 1, 1980, pp. 49 -58). If this argument is sound, the Israelites left Egypt for Canaan with a culture already typical ... widely held that this culture attests the arrival of newcomers at the end of EB III. Thus T.L. Thompson summarizes recent views as follows: "The overwhelming conviction of Palestinian archaeologists is that the Palestinian EB IV/MB I pottery tradition is essentially derived from indigenous EB forms"; during this period "the population is essentially indigenous to Palestine.. ...
179. Heinsohn's Revised Chronology [Aeon Journal $]
... a major revision of the generally accepted chronology for Mesopotamia and the rest of the Near East which he claims is "evidence based." Supposedly, it makes better use of archaeological evidence as well as the data found in ancient texts than the conventional chronology does. However, the system he has proposed is fatally flawed for a number of reasons. In ... Alalakh uncovered many tablets from the time of Yarim-Lim in Stratum VII and the pottery characteristic of this stratum is that of the Syro-Palestinian MB II B-C period. (37) Thus archaeology shows that Hammurabi of Babylon reigned during the Middle Bronze II period in Syria and Palestine. Heinsohn makes Hammurabi the same as Darius of Persia. This would equate the MB II ... . (33) These layers contain material typical of the Middle Bronze II B (MB II B) period in Palestine, yet he places the Amarna period (which is archaeologically related to the Late Bronze II A period in Palestine) at about 650 BCE, (34) overlapping the MBII deposits at ed-Dab'a. He also claims that Tell Mardikh II ...
180. Were Abraham, Joseph, and Moses Located in the Old Kingdom? (Letter) [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... ' background much better fits the fourteenth/thirteenth centuries B.C. during the reign of Ramses II, when Pithom and Per-Ramesses were built (2 Moses 1:11). Archaeological and historical evidence clearly indicates that these sites were built during the reign of Ramses II (Magall, op.cit.). If we consider the Sixth Dynasty as Moses' time ... and Megiddo were probably destroyed one generation after Joshua, though the Bible assigns the work to him. Joshua erected an altar on Mount Ebal (Joshua 8:30). Archaeologist Adam Zertel of the University of Haifa excavated the altar in 1984 and dates it to the time of settlement, twelfth/tenth century B.C. The settlement of Canaan by the ... achieve his position. Some scholars believe Joseph could only become vizier when the Hyksos ruled Egypt or parts of it (c. 1750-1550 B.C.); see Miriam Magall, Archaeologie und Bibel, Köln: DuMont, 1986. In my opinion Ramses II (1290-1224 B.C.) was the pharaoh who oppressed the Israelites. He became king of Egypt approximately ...
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