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... 1956: The last days of Mycenae' in Studies presented to H. Goldman: the Aegean and the Near East, ed. S. S. Weinberg, (Locust Valley, N.Y .) , pp. 126-35. Wood M. -- 1985: In Search of Trojan War, (London). The El Amarna Letters and the Early Monarchy: some corrections Peter van der Veen has kindly indicated a number of mistakes in the article as published in C & C Review X (1989), over and above those indicated in C & C Workshop 1988:2 , p. 27. Firstly, he notes that his drawing of the Labayu' ...
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182. C&C Review 1990 Issue (Volume XII): Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... exchange of views begun in Review vol. XI, T. William Field and David Salkeld debate the mechanics of inversion of the tippe-top (as relates to an Earth inversion in the Warlow hypothesis); Robert Driscoll presents some recent Soviet evidence as compatible with an eruptive origin for Venus; and Bernard Newgrosh relays some further feedback on the El Amarna/Early Monarchy synchronism presented in Review vol. X. Editor: Bernard Newgrosh Editorial Address: c/o Derek Shelley-Pearce, 29, Cudham Lane North, Orpington, Kent BR6 6BX Production Assistant: Ditas Rohl Illustrations: Jill Abery, Alasdair Beal, David & Ditas Rohl Editorial Consultants: David Rohl (Egyptology) Dr John J ...
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183. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... another of our ex-Chairmen, David Salkeld, who proceeded to cut the ground from under quite a few feet when he demolished the credibility of most scientific dating methods. Bob Porter presented evidence that Egyptian history needs to be shortened and the morning was wound up by our avid Australian chronologist Eric Aitchison revealing the results of his detailed assessment of the Amarna letters. David Rohl kicked off in the afternoon, to be followed by two papers from researchers well known from the Velikovskian scene in America. Unfortunately neither Prof. Lewis Greenberg nor the editor of The Velikovskian, Charles Ginenthal, were able to attend in person so their papers were read by others and we hope questions asked at the ...
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184. Sicily, Carthage, and the Fall of Troy [Journals] [Kronos]
... pottery of Sant'Angelo Muxaro type".(29) Between the levels, nothing at all was found. The responsibility for creating the Dark Age of Sicily lies with the erroneous Egyptian timetable. Some of the Mycenaean ware found on the island at Milazzo "is actually the same pottery as that found in Egypt in the ruins of Tell el Amarna, the capital of Pharaoh Amenophis IV [Akhnaton] (1372-1355 B.C .) ". (30) All the indications from Sicilian sites showing direct succession of the Late Bronze Age and Greek colonial periods counted for nothing when the absolute time scale, introduced from Egypt, demanded the insertion of five empty centuries. As one ...
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185. ISIS chairman Anthony van der Elst [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... " conference, presented jointly by ISIS and SES (Sussex Egyptological Society). The larger, more central venue of Reading University enabled a much larger group of people to be present - about 310 this year, increased from about 180 last year at Buckfast Abbey. He then summarised the aims and purposes of ISIS, SES, and the Amarna Heresy conference. ISIS existed to investigate the chronology of the ancient world. As part of that, it was intended to publish 1 item of relevant literature per year. In fulfilment of that, since the last summer conference Volume 1 of the "Followers of Horus" study of the rock art of the Eastern Desert had come out ...
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186. The Egyptologist's Electronic Forum [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... editor/moderator Aayko Eyma, Examples archives: February 1999 1. Preserving wood and faience: about the effects of time on these substances, and about Horemhab's rod and the (royal) cubit. 2. Book of the Celestial Cow: concerning this piece of AE literature and whether it reflects the Amarna Age. 3. Ityphallic Mut: Mut as androgynous creator. 4. History books: recommended books on the Predynastic and OK, and general history books for AE. 5. Razors and beards: types of facial hair depicted and how they removed it. 6. Lecture reports: ESNY lecture "The Absent Spouse and the Little ...
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... the Book of Deuteronomy. Apparently, no LBII remains have been discovered in Jerusalem, a situation the New Chronology would demand. Likewise, it was a small backwater in Iron Age IA and IB. There is no evidence of lavish palaces, sophisticated buildings, or a city of any size. The Temple of Sulman, recorded in an Amarna letter, has likewise not being found. Archaeologists are not too bothered about this, as they suspect it lies beneath the mosque, The Dome on the Rock. The absence of other buildings is more perplexing. Finkelstein & Silberman adopt a critical approach, not only to Palestinian stratigraphy but also the Biblical narrative. Their position is that ...
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... site 4.8 km (3 miles) south-west of Aqir, was proposed as Ekron in 1923 by Albright on the basis of the remark by Eusebius, which seemed to indicate that in passing from Ashdod to Jaboeel one could see Ekron to the East. Albright in 1966 did again suggest the site of Aqir should be reconsidered (THE AMARNA LETTERS FROM PALESTINE, SYRIA & PHOENICIA p.26 n.3 ), but in view of previous paltry findings the unexcavated site of Qatra should be tried first in any new diggings. GATH the second of the two interior cities is perhaps the most debated issue in Palestinian geography. More of this later in the article. In ...
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189. C&C Review 2003: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... in Chaos? 3 Professor Trevor Palmer reviews developments in ancient chronology since Velikovsky. Scientific Dating Problems - The Radioactive Dating of Earth's Rocks 19 A comprehensive review by David Salkeld Evidence for Shortening Egyptian History 37 Robert M. Porter reviews the Third Intermediate Period. Ages Still In Chaos: Defending The Indefensible 41 J. Eric Aitchison analyses the El Amarna Letters. A Testing Time 49 David Rohl reviews progress in developing the New Chronology. The Lion Gate at Mycenae Revisited 56 Professor Lewis M. Greenberg reexamines the basis of its chronological placement. Ramesses II and Greek Archaic Sculpture 64 Professor Lewis M. Greenberg reviews the consequences of redating. Climatology and Agronomy 68 Charles Ginenthal asks how farming ...
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190. A Brief Response to Marvin Luckerman [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... disagree about matters in the Late Bronze I period. I do accept part of the early Late Bronze I as part of Judges, but I still believe Thutmoses III and others of the Early Eighteenth Dynasty are found in the Late Bronze I period. I feel that Late Bronze IIA represents the last part of the Eighteenth Dynasty (the El Amarna Age): that the rest of the Late Bronze Age represents the Nineteenth and Twentieth Dynasty. It is with the Iron Age, however, that our real differences lie. I do not believe that the Iron Age follows the Late Bronze Age, as is now accepted by the conventional archaeologists. It seems impossible to me that the ...
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