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141. The Egyptian Prince Moses [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... take seriously Akhenaton's claim that Amenhotep III was not his father. I believe his unusual physical features were used by Tiy as evidence that he was sired by the god Aton. As the mother who bore Aton's child she could be elevated to queen-hood. A few words about monotheism will be appropriate here. The so-called monotheism of Akhenaton of the Amarna age would have been a crude imitation of the monotheism of Moses (Sigmund Freud notwithstanding). But nevertheless its sequence is proper. Hermes, who had now turned to following Yahweh, would have been a powerful role model for Akhenaton. Monotheism, which Moses briefly introduced to Egypt, was imitated by Akhenaton. Let us also notice ...
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142. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of a larger mural; was this so in this case? Q4. Could the letters s(h ) -a-l-m refer to any other town visited by Ramesses II? Q5. Why should they call Jerusalem Shalem' when they knew its name was Jerusalem (Urusalem) some 100 years or so earlier, as we know from the Amarna letters sent from there to Pharaoh at Amarna by Abdi-Heba? Q6. If this really was Jerusalem, and Ramesses was Shishak, why is there no mention of the other 15 fenced cities' which II Chronicles 11:5-10 says were taken by Shishak before he reached Jerusalem [2 ]? The answers are not hard to find. ...
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143. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the past, nevertheless I can, without hesitation, and quite bluntly, in an unscholarly fashion, inform him that there is no way in the world that the New Chronology can come to terms with Assyro-Babylonian history, or compress TIP Egypt to the degree required. It is impossible. The biblical narrative, contrary to the attempts to locate Amarna in the time of Saul and David, can quite amicably be resolved by adopting a chronology very nearly the same as the conventional model. Okay, perhaps John Bimson is correct and Shoshenk was not the biblical Shishak. I can see the logic of that. However, to my mind, Shoshenk I can be redated simply by shifting ...
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144. VELIKOVSKY AND OEDIPUS [Journals] [Aeon]
... been seen as a woman masquerading as a man; as a eunuch; as a great poet or philosopher-king; etc. Indeed, the period of Akhnaton has given rise to more strange theories than virtually any other period of ancient history. Margaret Murray, for example, was moved to state: "More nonsense has been written about the Amarna period than any other in Egyptian history."(8 ) My first impression upon reading Oedipus and Akhnaton was that Velikovsky had succeeded in the identification of Oedipus and Akhnaton, an impression influenced more by the charm of Velikovsky's writing style, perhaps, than by the weight of the evidence. Eventually, however, I was led to ...
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145. New Proposals for a Downdating of the Egyptian New Kingdom (Part II) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... 23.99 as well) allude to not-overly-common Assyro-Hittite brotherly relations.) [Note that since KBo 18.24 is clearly datable to after the reign of Suppiluliuma I the just-suggested conflation would remove any conceivable doubt concerning the identification of the Tudhalias named in RS 34.165 as Tudhalias IV.] 55. In the time of the Amarna letters, a Kassite king, Kadashman-Enlil was followed by his son, Burnaburiash, and an Assuruballit ruled in Assyria. Prior reigns of Kassite kings, Karaindash and Kurigalzu, are recalled, as well as that of an Ashur-nadin-ahhe in Assyria. [See J.A . Knudtzon (1915) Die el-Amarna Tafeln.] Subsequent, Dyn ...
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146. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... refer to an Old Babylonian level VII at Alalakh'. Finally, let us look at the last piece of evidence'. Malamat speculates that certain Syrian towns might have been founded by the Hyksos and he further notes that two of their later rulers had Akkadian type names, one of which was very similar to that used by an El Amarna correspondent. Nowhere does Malamat venture that the Hyksos spoke' (or wrote) Old Akkadian, nor does he attempt to show the similarity between the Old Akkadian and Akkadian languages. For there is an important distinction to be made, when dealing with the Akkadian group of languages: Akkadian' and Old Akkadian' are two quite distinct ...
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147. The Velikovsky Archive [Journals] [Aeon]
... , below) for reasons that I shall explain later. Ages in Chaos- Volume I- a new version of the 1952 volume which would have included the archaeological discoveries and additional evidence which had appeared since the publication of the first edition (e .g ., the excavations at Jericho). The sections on the letters of El Amarna were to be sundered and included in a separate volume. [3 ] The Lion Gate at Mycenae. (Illustration by Christiane Simon.) a. The Letters of El Amarna- 75%- an expanded edition of the chapters from Ages in Chaos, Vol. I, which dealt with the El Amarna correspondence. Among the ...
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148. Assuruballit [Journals] [Kronos]
... Weidner admitted: The dates we have established for the Assyrian and Babylonian kings do not fit those established by Egyptian historians for the dates of the Egyptian kings.(7 ) In order to make the reign of Assuruballit and the time of these pharaohs contemporaneous, it was necessary to shift both chronologies, the Egyptian and the Assyrian. The Amarna Period, in order to meet the the earlier found king lists,(8 ) was moved back into the 15th century. For, as Professor Mahler brought out, the levelling of these histories required the placing of Amenhotep III at the end of the fifteenth century and Akhnaton in the years -1403 to -1391 - far too high by ...
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149. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... assisting against rebellious nations and then taking over to found the Middle Assyrian and Persian empires respectively. However, despite the detailed history of the Median and Persian empires given by the Greeks, there appear to be no physical traces, making Alexander's conquests of little significance. However, the extent of the Mitannian empire deduced from cuneiform texts of the Amarna period is very similar to that of the fabled Median empire. The details of Aziru are seen in the el-Amarna letters, equated with the Median empire by Heinsohn, and there are many parallels between his history and Cyrus from Greek chronicles. Mitannian strata have been found at Nineveh but, although the Greeks reported that the Medes took Nineveh ...
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150. The Oracle of Cadmus [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Claude Schaeffer, excavator of Ugarit, Cadmus-Nikmed's "home town," describes a significant discovery: .. .five periods marked by widespread destructions, breaks in occupation or movements of population (and sometimes all three together) throughout Western Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean. Each ended a major archaeological period.[8 ] The disaster during the Amarna period was one of those "which were undoubtedly accompanied by the action of nature rather than of man," Schaeffer added. [9 ] Velikovsky's revised date for Akhnaton of c. 840 B.C . is some 60 years too early for the start of the Mars catastrophes, which he synchronizes with the first Olympic Games ( ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 18  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/cat-anc/proc2/01cadmus.htm
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