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61. The Conquest of Canaan AND THE REVISED CHRONOLOGY [SIS C&C Review $]
... the Old Testament's own hints on the matter (I Kings 6:1; Judges 11:26). But within the current framework for the archaeology of Palestine, no archaeological evidence is forthcoming which would support such a date for the Conquest. None of the cities which the Old Testament says were destroyed by Joshua fell during the 15th century BC. ... all writers who take seriously the Old Testament's own hints on the matter (I Kings 6:1; Judges 11:26). But within the current framework for the archaeology of Palestine, no archaeological evidence is forthcoming which would support such a date for the Conquest. None of the cities which the Old Testament says were destroyed by Joshua fell during ... From: SIS Review Vol 1 No 3 (Summer 1976) Home¦ Issue Contents How well do the findings of archaeologists working in the field reconcile with Velikovsky's revised chronology for the ancient Middle East? This paper, accepted for publication by Pensée before that journal's demise, examines one aspect of this question. The Conquest of Canaan AND THE REVISED CHRONOLOGY ...
62. Ice Cores and Chronology [SIS C&C Review $]
... barbaric lands of savage tribes living in a state of ignorance, to whom enlightenment spread from the East. The writer in 1971 [8 pointed out to a shocked and incredulous archaeological world that the Fertile Crescent contained neither tin, nor copper and that the Bronze Age had to originate outside of it. Further it contained neither silver, nor many of the ... In my study of ancient technology I found similar gaps with, for example, tin bronzes in Mesopotamia a thousand years before they reached next door Syria. Since the beginnings of archaeology some two hundred years ago, the dating of the sites and the objects found in them has presented a problem. The problem is still with us. A mere forty years ... writer's opinion the identification of the Minoans by Sir Arthur Evans as a separate people from the Mycenaeans has been most unfortunate for Middle Eastern archaeology. The third source of chronology for archaeologists was the Bible, in particular the Old Testament. Near Eastern Archaeology received its great inspiration from this collection of folk tales, legends and half forgotten happenings. In recent years ...
63. The Northeast Extension [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... local prototypes. (See Ap-Thomas, (1967), pp. 280-285; Kenyon [1971, pp. 25-26, 67-68, 102, 140; A. Negev, Archaeological Encyclopaedia of the Holy Land [New York, 1972, pp. 126, 129, 141, 204, 333; Yadin, pp. 226-231, 244, 247 for ... 1967), p. 38, and cf. pp. 68-71, 77, 96-99 (pls. 37-44); cf. D.R. Ap-Thomas, ? Jerusalem ? in Archaeology and Old Testament Study (ed. D.W. Thomas) (New York, 1967), pp. 283-285. In accordance with the standard chronology, J.B. Pritchard ( ... Siloam, most probably an underground cistern approached by a secret passage from inside the city. The Old Testament heralds that feat as one of his greatest secular accomplishments 8 and modern archaeologists have confirmed the Biblical account, in fact, K. Kenyon called the undertaking ? an event in the history of Jerusalem which is of vital historical importance.? 9 The ...
64. Conquest of Canaan, and, Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... impossible for his LB I A (the very early part of the Late Bronze Age I) to be the time of the Judges. Because of the meager representation of the archaeological remains in the Holy Land it is impossible that this represents the entire period of judges. However, in his University of Glasgow speech, Dr. Bimson revised his opinion on ... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History I:1 (1978) Home¦ Issue Contents Interaction Conquest of Canaan, and, Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine In Volume II, Number Three of the S.I.S. REVIEW, Dr. John Bimson wrote two articles (" A Chart for the Conquest of Canaan" and "The Hyksos and the Archaeology of ... were uncovered for the entire Late Bronze Age. She explained the absence of evidence of the period as due to erosion. However, this explanation has not even satisfied the conventional archaeologists. Dr. Clock of the American School of Oriental Research (lecturing at Tel Dan) believed there to be a different tell for the Late Bronze period. On the other ...
65. what the experts say [Mythopedia Website]
... important goal of cosmography is that of the reconstruction of past environmental events and processes not presently known, or at least poorly known to science as determined from patterns elicited from the archaeological, documentary, oral historical, and palaeoenvironmental record. Chief among these are cosmic impacts. [24 Due to my familiarity with the literature on volcanic eruptions, I also realized ... studies ’, Aeon, I. 1, 1988: ad loc. [23 W. B. Masse, 'Earth,. air, fire, and water: the archaeology of Bronze Age cosmic catastrophes', in B. J. Peiser, T. Palmer& M. E. Bailey (eds.), Natural catastrophes during Bronze Age ... particular whether the presumed streams of cometary debris and the zodiacal cloud can really be shown to evolve on the short timescales (~ 10 3 yr) of interest to historians and archaeologists, have still to be worked out [7 Encounters of the Earth with cometary decay products (asteroids, boulders and dust) have important implications for the evolution of life on ...
... Egypt, so that if Velikovsky is correct and the Egyptian dates are centuries too old, then so are the dates of the pottery and the conflagrations. A great deal of archaeological evidence can be amassed for the burning of both Pylos and Troy to support dates centuries younger than those furnished by Egypt. Elsewhere I hope to treat both sites in detail, ... and Gordion: The author is engaged in studies of the ancient Eastern Mediterranean and Near East. He has performed research for Velikovsky on topics suggested by the latter, including the archaeology of Pylos and Gordion and the C14 tests on samples from the two sites. We are constantly assured that the chronology of Egypt from the time of the 18th Dynasty on is ... of the star Sothis during different reigns, the latter giving the precision of mathematics and science to the scheme. Since Egypt's dates are regarded as sound they are seized upon by archaeologists dealing with cultures in contact with Egypt which were either non-literate or whose writing is non-historical or still undeciphered. The absolute dates attached to finds in Greece for the Late Bronze ( ...
67. EARLY GLASSMAKING AND CHRONOLOGICAL PUZZLES [Aeon Journal $]
... Glaswerke/Mainz am Rhein). The information available now on early Mesopotamian glass, while considerably greater than before, is still incomplete and full of gaps. The philological and archaeological evidence are both related but do no show a parallel development, nor do they share the same history. The glass objects do not 'illustrate' the history of this particular class ... : Where remains of this dynasty could be located stratigraphically-- as in Memphis (by the University of Pennsylvania museum expedition )-they were found right underneath Ptolemaic layers. Thus, archaeology indicates a fourth century date for Neshkons' magnificent glass where Egyptologists want a tenth century B.C.E. date. The finest pieces come from Akhenaton's (-1363 to -1347) capital Akhetaton where ... century B.C.E. and that of 7th century B.C.E. products. The same holds for the production process. The different dates are due to prefabricated chronological schemes innocently applied by field archaeologists to their stratigraphies. V. MESOPOTAMIA: WAS GLASS THRICE INVENTED AND TWICE FORGOTTEN? Apart from some round and hexagonal cylindrical beads as well as an eye bead from Nineveh/ ...
68. A Critique of "Ramses II and His Time" [SIS C&C Review $]
... the latest volume in the series evaluates Velikovsky's proposals for the identification of the XIXth Dynasty of Egypt with the XXVIth Dynasty of Manetho and other writers, in the light of the archaeological and epigraphical evidence now available and the interpretation Velikovsky gives it. His conclusion is that this later part of Velikovsky's "re-write" of history faces considerably more problems- some apparently ... the traditional sequence of later dynasties into a scheme which essentially devolves from Velikovsky's revised placement of the XVIIIth Dynasty. Abbreviations used in this section are:- AJA American Journal of Archaeology. ANET Ancient Near Eastern Texts relating to the Old Testament (J. B. Pritchard, ed.), Princeton, 1950; (2)1992: (3 ... is likely to be one of his most controversial works. In those chapters dealing mainly with archaeological questions Velikovsky continues to expose serious weaknesses in the conventional scheme of chronology. Open-minded archaeologists should find the anomalies marshalled by Velikovsky a disturbing problem, and it is hoped that not a few will be stimulated into considering alternatives to the presently accepted chronologies of Anatolia and ...
69. On the Survival of Velikovsky's Thesis in 'Ages in Chaos' [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... dynasty out of its conventional position following the Amarna period, as he proposed. Furthermore, he has not taken into consideration the necessary and corresponding movement of the dates for the archaeological ages. His proposal to place dynasties XXI and XXII down in the Persian period, reaching into the fourth century, is also highly questionable. To these objections the writer would ... noting the enormous building program of the late twelfth-dynasty pharaohs in the delta region, and these constructions were in brick as indicated in Scripture. In the meantime, further correlations between archaeology and biblical history have been reported[3 to confirm the general correctness of his thesis. Velikovsky's Salient Points Challenged The violent reaction to Velikovksy's thesis by scholars within the discipline of ... invasion, and hence also the Israelite conquest, are placed in the era of the end of Dynasty XII. It is not without significance that the evidences of the Hyksos invasion archaeologically belong to the end of Dynasty VI. Some twenty years ago the writer had deduced on the basis of alternate evidence that Dynasty VI ruled parallel with late Dynasty XII[38 ...
70. New Evidence for Ages in Chaos [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... cataclysms were reconstructed from historical documents and traditions of ancient races; in Earth in Upheaval the geological and paleontological evidence was presented to substantiate the same claims, and only some scattered archaeological evidence was adduced. The task of collecting and interpreting the archaeological evidence of a great natural upheaval in the area of the Near East was diligently performed by Claude F. A ... First Interregnum (between the Old and Middle Kingdoms); my critics did not omit to stress my divergence from accepted notions. In the 1964 volume of the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology John van Seters published a paper entitled ? A Date for the Admonitions in the Second Intermediate Period ? (2) a view that since then has received acceptance from other scholars ... and Barak the captain who defeated Sisera, the captain of King Jabin, is told in chapters four and five of the Book of Judges. Since 1955 a team of Israeli archaeologists led by Yigael Yadin excavated at Hazor. Their chronological scale was the conventional timetable. In the Middle Bronze II (Middle Kingdom of Egypt) there was a huge settlement and ...
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