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121. Akhenaten - Heretic or Visionary [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Visionary John Davis Summary This task gave a brief summary, partly historical, of people's attempts to categorise Akhenaten in one of these two pigeonholes. There was some discussion of what heretic' might have meant to the ancient Egyptians, and to what extent he fitted the description. In the first half century or so after the discovery of the Amarna royal tomb there were highly enthusiastic and glowing descriptions of Akhenaten's accomplishments, but these have typically given way to a much more critical appraisal. Akhenaton and his wife Nefertiti on a limestone house stela, from the 18th Dynasty of the New Kingdom. The sun god Aten is center. Content John began by quoting the first lines of the ...
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122. A Reply to Mr. Cohen [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Haremhab had access to Tutankhamen's tomb and made frequent reference to that pharaoh and to el-Amarna? This is certainly not the case, while the deceptive references to Oedipus and Akhnaton have no direct bearing on the chronological questions under discussion. I am intrigued to learn that there was in fact only one Suppiluliumas of Hatti- that the one of the Amarna period was in fact Shalmaneser III of Assyria. Velikovsky refers to the fact that a "Sapalulme" (Suppiluliumas) was mentioned in the archive of Shalmaneser III, and that this prince (king) was an el-Amarna author.[1 ] As to the question of the two Tushrattas and the two Azirus, common name usage is ...
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123. News C&C Review 2001:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... a special draw on 1st June. Simply write your name and address on a piece of paper and a statement of why you would like to go to the conference and post it to: Jill Abery, Innisfree, Highsted Valley, Sittingbourne, Kent ME9 0AD, to be received not later than 1st June 2001. ISIS Conference: The Amarna Heresy ISIS are organising a conference on 3rd-5th August 2001 at the University of Reading which will cover the story of the Amarna pharaohs, latest research and theories about Akhenaten and the royal family of the 18th Dynasty. Speakers include David Rohl, John Davis, Aidan Dodson, Geoffrey Martin, Lucia Gahlin, Otto Scahden, Peter Van der ...
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... those of Tjanefer, early 12th century BC) iv). results can differ radically between laboratories. Shaw's conclusion, that calibrated radiocarbon is consistent with historical chronology but of limited value in its application, can certainly be criticised. The one success he was able to point to in the application of calibrated radiocarbon was an approximate date for the Amarna period. The radiocarbon range was 1390-1260, central dates being 1360 or 1285, the former corresponding nicely to the conventional dating of Amarna of 1350-1334 BC. In accepting a calibrated radiocarbon date for the latter end of the 18th Dynasty Shaw seems to have overlooked the problems encountered in dating the earlier part of that Dynasty. For Thera erupted ...
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125. Dating the Wars of Seti I [Journals] [SIS Review]
... been a "captain of troops" called Seti (5 ). Ramesses I gave his father's name to his own son, who ascended the throne as Seti I when Ramesses died after a reign of little more than one year. It was under Seti I that Egypt recovered some of the greatness, security and military prestige lost during the Amarna period. As though determined that his reign should see a turning-point in Egypt's affairs, Seti appended the phrase "Repetition of Births" (indicating a time of renaissance) to dates in his first and second regnal years, and incorporated the expression in his royal names. In his first year he embarked on military campaigns which, conventionally ...
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... under Nabu-Mukin-Apli in Babylon. The Trojan War, Troy VI(h ) destroyed by earthquake. 1022 B.C . David's early days, Psalmic catastrophes. End of Late Bronze IIA. End of Late Palace period. Heraclean sack of Troy; Jason and the Argonauts. Fire in the sky at time of Simbar-Sihu of Babylon. El Amarna period ends. Widespread destruction layers including Boghazkoy, Tarsos, Mirsin, Beth Shan, Megiddo, Alalakh, Tel Hesi, Beth Shemesh, Lachich, Ashkelon, Late Ugarit II. Chagar Bazar and Tell Brak abandoned. 1076 B.C . Samuel catastrophe. Akhenaten stimulus. Cause of famine during El Amarna period. Cause of chaos ...
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127. Menkheperre Thutmose, A.K.A. Shishak Melech [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to follow up.) M .H . You contend that phonological change only takes place in borrowings under three conditions, namely: unfamiliar sounds, spellings predominating and the passage of years. But if this is so, how do you account for phonological discrepancies in the same script at the same period? If we look at the El Amarna Tablets, written in Akkadian cuneiform, and using Mercer's version, we find the name Nebma're' (as we've now decided the "t " was unvoiced) in EA1 as Nibmuria , in EA2 as Nimuwaria , EA19 as Nimmuria and in EA26 as Mimmuria . Neferkhepruré' becomes in EA7 Naphururia , EA16 Naphuria and EA41 Huria . These ...
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128. Revisions and Assyrians [Journals] [SIS Review]
... mentally, as well as chronologically). However, there is something else about the Assyrians that also seems to debar the kind of revision favoured by most SIS members. That is the fact that Assyrian kings of the post-Amarna period saw themselves as the direct and legitimate heirs of the royal dynast of Mitanni. In effect, they must post-date Amarna, a situation we can judge more readily in the inscriptions of Tiglath Pileser I, a contemporary of mid dynasty 20 in Egypt, when he refers to Mitanni in the past tense, several generations removed. Likewise, the LBIIB Assyrian king Shalmaneser I, a contemporary of Hattusilis III, accused the land of Uruatri of rebellion. No ...
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... society would not close down but continue to function at a reduced level. Labayu or Labaya? Concerning new texts from Israel, there is no publication as yet of the Ekron stone mentioned in C&C Review 1996:1 (p . 36) but the latest Israel Exploration Journal (1996 pp. 208-218) has published the cylindrical Amarna letter found recently at Beth Shean - see C&CR XVI (1994) p. 32. It is addressed to Labaya from Tagi and quotes the first few lines of a letter that Tagi had sent to Pharaoh, the rest being now illegible. Labaya is commonly written Labayu but the Akkadian transcription is la-ab-a-ya, or occasionally with ...
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... cut into the side of) the tomb of Osorkon II (22nd), with the nearby temple of Amun of Osorkon II being carefully avoided during the construction of Psusennes's tomb. With time pressing, David fairly skims over much more evidence, including that of the Memphite Genealogy. Travelling back in time, he outlines his case for an Amarna/Early Monarchy synchronism in which Saul and his family appear among the El Amarna correspondents. Consequent upon this synchronism is the further identification of Ramesses II as Shishak, with his expedition to capture Salem in his year 8 being the counterpart of Shishak's taking of Jerusalem. The revision goes further back yet - as far as the biblical Exodus ...
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