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51. Index of Titles [Uncategorised]
... A LATER DATE FOR THE PHAETHON EVENT? Barbiero, Flavio: On the Possibility of Instantaneous Shifts of the Poles Barnard, Geoffrey Knowler: Experiments with Time II: Synchronisms and Stratigraphies Barnard, Geoffrey Knowler: Experiments with Time. I: 'Catastrophes and Chronologies' Barnes, Thomas: A Response to Dr Milsom BARNES, THOMAS G.: Recent Origin and ... JOHN DAY, DR JOHN BIMSON and PETER J. JAMES: An Eighth-Century Date for Merenptah? DR JOHN J. BIMSON: Can There be a Revised Chronology Without a Revised Stratigraphy? DR ROBERT W. BASS: The Celestial Dynamics of "Worlds in Collision" Dr. GEORGE ROBERT TALBOTT: Philosophy And Unified Science Driscoll, Robert B.: Celestial ... Terra-Cotta Reliefs Heinsohn, Gunnar: The Chronology of Lyres Heinsohn, Gunnar: The Israelite Conquest of Canaan Heinsohn, Gunnar: The Rise of Blood Sacrifice Heinsohn, Gunnar: The Stratigraphical Chronology of Ancient Israel Heinsohn, Gunnar: The Stratigraphy of Bahrein: An Answer to Critics Heinsohn, Gunnar: The Thirteenth Theory of the Hyksos Heinsohn, Gunnar: Timna and ...
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52. Index of Authors [Uncategorised]
... Horemheb in Egyptian History Geoffrey Gammon, The Walls Of Jericho Geoffrey J. Gammon, The Nature of the Historical Record Geoffrey Knowler Barnard, Experiments with Time II: Synchronisms and Stratigraphies Geoffrey Knowler Barnard, Experiments with Time. I: 'Catastrophes and Chronologies' George Grinnell, The Origins of Modern Geological Theory George R Talbott, Checking the Checkered Checker(1 ... John Day, Dr John Bimson and Peter J. James, An Eighth-Century Date for Merenptah? Dr John J. Bimson, Can There be a Revised Chronology Without a Revised Stratigraphy? Dr Michael Shallis, In Defence of Sir Fred Hoyle Dr Robert McAulay, "Extra-Scientific" Dimensions of Science Dr Robert W. Bass, The Celestial Dynamics of "Worlds ... Gunnar Heinsohn, The Israelite Conquest of Canaan Gunnar Heinsohn, The Israelite Origins of Monotheism and the Prohibition of Killing Gunnar Heinsohn, The Rise of Blood Sacrifice Gunnar Heinsohn, The Stratigraphical Chronology of Ancient Israel Gunnar Heinsohn, The Stratigraphy of Bahrein: An Answer to Critics Gunnar Heinsohn, The Thirteenth Theory of the Hyksos Gunnar Heinsohn, Timna and Egyptian Dates Gunnar ...
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... : "Carbon 14 Dates and Velikovsky's Revision of Ancient History", Pensée IVR IV (1973), pp. 26-32 on samples from Pylos and Gordion, and on the stratigraphy of Troy, Mycenae and Tiryns idem: "Applying the Revised Chronology", Pensée IVR IX (1974), pp.5-20; and L. M. Greenberg: "The ... chronology; yet Schaeffer conceded to me that some limited reduction of historical dates may be due- a view to which today more than one scholar tends [1. Examining the stratigraphical evidence only, Schaeffer omitted to investigate literary sources that refer to the very same catastrophes, but a natural upheaval that took place in a historical period in a country of advanced ... F. A. SCHAEFFER of the Collège de France, the excavator of Ras-Shamra/Ugarit. During the years of World War II and the years following he laboured on his Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale. Working independently of myself, he came to the conclusion that great catastrophes of continental dimensions closed several historical ages; the greatest of them took ...
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... From: Pensée Vol. 4 No 5: (Winter 1974-75) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered X" Home¦ Issue Contents Rejoinder to Velikovsky William H. Stiebing, Jr. PALESTINIAN STRATIGRAPHY AND THE REVISED CHRONOLOGY Dr. Stiebing is Associate Professor of History, University of New Orleans. In the Winter, 1973-74 issue of Pensee (pp. 38-42), Immanuel Velikovsky replied to my criticism of his revised chronology (Pensee, Fall, 1973, pp. 10-12). However, his reply contained so many misunderstandings and misstatements ... I feel constrained to make the following comments. First of all, Velikovsky seems to misunderstand the methodology of modern archaeology, at least in regard to the nature of stratigraphical evidence. In the first paragraph of his reply he quotes my statement that his historical reconstruction "cannot be reconciled with the stratigraphical evidence of archaeology," then counters with the claim that "by stratigraphical evidence are usually meant mute artifacts, mostly pottery." Neither pottery nor any other type of artifact constitutes stratigraphical evidence unless it is found stratified --buried in layers ...
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55. Letters [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... mistakes. I now can acknowledge with thanks the arrival of your book on Earth in Upheaval. I took it with me to the South where at the Mediterranean shore I find some time for quiet reading and writing before I shall go out again to further archaeological and stratigraphical research in Syria (Ras Shamra) and Cyprus (Enkomi-Alasia), in September. I finished reading your book with the greatest interest and much profit. I am glad to have leared that the upheavals in geological times so far distant from us and our prehistorical ... even, it seems, during the early periods of men on earth. Thus the parallelism between them and the crises which I found have interrupted the historical develoipment in the Near East during the IIrd and IInd millennia has become much more significant. Since the publication of Stratigraphie Comparée in 1948, written during the intervals of my wartime duties in the Fighting French Navy, mainly between 1942 and 1945, further reading and research in several Near-Eastern archaeological sites have disclosed new confirmations of the reality of those crises on a continental scale which I ...
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... fortresses-- just as Irish and Scottish engineers helped build the British Empire. 12 to 14) If in fact the Assyrian empire flourished in the Middle Bronze as Heinsohn claims, then it's a mistake to look for Assyrian remains in the Iron Age. The whole stratigraphical picture will have to be reinterpreted. We may even discover that the heretofore missing Persian layers were there all along but were incorrectly identified. However, even in terms of Martin's revision, the Bronze-Iron military technology question is anything but clear. According to the Bible ... to a relatively obscure desert tribe. On the other hand, the Hyksos period is firmly anchored in the Middle Bronze. Assyrians of the empire period were firmly placed in the Iron Age. How could Heinsohn hope to bridge this enormous archaeological gap? With Heinsohn, stratigraphic evidence comes first. If he was wrong about the Hyksos, Heinsohn said, somewhere in Egypt we should find archaeological indications of Iron Age Assyria preceded by Middle Bronze Hyksos. Stratified sites are not common in Egypt but at the very least there should be firm ...
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57. Forum [SIS C&C Review $]
... and (B), major obstacles to the acceptance of Ages in Chaos and to the whole idea of a revised chronology, can only be satisfactorily dealt with by diverging from the model given in Velikovsky's sequel volumes. Thus, for instance, John Bimson's "revised stratigraphy" for Palestine would remove the major objection in category (A) pointed to by Professor William Stiebing Jr in Pensée (3); but at the same time the stratigraphic evidence clearly rules out dates as late as the 6th and 4th centuries for Ramesses II ... III (4). With category (B), any revised chronology faces the task of accommodating the synchronisms between kings of the Hittite Empire and kings of Assyria and Babylonia, known from the cuneiform correspondence preserved (5). This can conceivably be resolved if the Empire is dated to the 9th and 8th centuries, when independent kingdoms of Assyria and Babylonia existed, but not if it is equated with the Chaldean Empire of the late 7th/early 6th centuries, since that polity directly ruled Mesopotamia. An 8th-century date for ...
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... prior expectations (and almost against his will) that Heinsohn is right. (2) My brother George, President of the Institute for Nautical Archaeology, tells me that he personally excavated a 'bronze age' shipwreck and dated it around 1,300 BC by accepted stratigraphy methods (I assume, pottery-style indicia and the like), and now one of his best students, who has published his work in detail, has dated the wreck by dendrochronology to the same date, and the dendrochronology is "so objective that it is ... . From: Clark Whelton <whel@worldnet.att.net> Date: Sat, 15 Mar 1997 08:42:07 +0000 It's impossible to find fault with ancient chronology as long as you accept the myth of "dark ages" and "huge gaps" in stratigraphical continuity. Heinsohn points out that the physical history of the ancient world shows the Greek historians were essentially right: archaeology sites show that there are four main settlement periods between Alexander and the Stone Age. Calling these periods by different names in different sites resulted in ...
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59. Résumé [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... Alalakh, we found numerous 500-700-year problems for the excavators and for those trying to trace the development of artistic and architectural types. We have examined palaces, temples, tombs, pots, pins, carved slabs, bowls, figurines, etc. We have come across stratigraphical sections that do not conform to the expected and accepted sequence of events. Everywhere we went we found unanswered questions, perplexing problems, and always these involved 500-700 years. In this article only five places were visited, and these but briefly. The number of ... sound is the accepted chronology? References As merely one case of consistency, let us reconsider the ? 12th-century ? LH IIIC period. At Pylos we found 7th-century pottery mixed with the 12th. We have seen that stylistically LH IIIC figural pottery most resembles 7th-century ware. Stratigraphically 7th-century sherds were mixed with LH IIIC inside the Lion Gate of Mycenae. At Troy two LH IIIC structures were built over a 9th or 8th-century sherd, while 7th-century pottery was found stratified directly above, mixed with, and under LH IIIC. Many more cases ...
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... thesis. Revised chronology for Egypt and Mesopotamia: Rees NOTES: Some dynasties boxed for clarity. Arrows indicate attested links. Spellings may vary from those in text. Study I (Babylon) This re-introduced the criticism of Lester J. Mitcham [15 as regards the stratigraphy of Babylon. It showed that an early or low stratum contained artifacts of Hammurabi's dynasty. But much higher than that, and hence much later in time, was a layer containing artifacts from the reigns of Nebuchadnezzar II, Neriglissar and Nabonidus. One stratum higher ... concerned, in October 1991 Heinsohn was of the opinion [16 that the stratigraphy at Babylon had been poorly established and that conventional interpretations of it had been based on incorrect information. He felt that the content of his papers on related stylistic matters, technical developments, stratigraphical anomalies were more significant. However, his misgivings plus the various anomalies he highlights seem to be insufficient to resolve the problem Study 1 poses for him. Study II (Elam) This study relates to a number of Elamite dynasties which, in our present chart ...
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