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... Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre Aboriginal Art and Cosmic Imagery? Aboriginal Watercolourist About Where Troy Once Stood Abraham and Phallicism Abraham and Ur Abraham In Egypt Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part II Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part I Abraham's Birthplace Abrupt Climate Change & the Rise and Fall of An Andean Civilisation Abstracts Absurdity of Neutron Stars ... the Mountains of Darkness. The Search for the Ten Lost Tribes Bible as History?, The Bible Through a King James Filter, The Biblical 40-Years Periods, The Biblical Archaeologist Biblical Archaeologist Biblical Archaeologist Biblical Pentapolis or Midianite Cities? Biblical Plagues Caused by Volcano' Bibliographic Meteor Database, The Big Bang Never Happened, The Big Bang Big-Jaw Varlamoff ...
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112. Jericho [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... surely here that any questions regarding the historicity of the Bible story can be answered. The Bible gives clear indications as to what happened to the ancient city, and the archaeological remains were reasonably intact and identifiable. It should be an easy task to match the two sources and prove the Bible's historical accuracy- or find no correlations whatsoever, ... East Bank of the Jordan at Shittim, they sent two spies to the nearest important city to reconnoitre the land. Jericho was a walled town with a gate (some archaeologists' definition of a city), and the prostitute Rehab, who was their informant, had a flat-roofed house actually on the wall itself. She was able to ...
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113. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... care, and the paucity of suitable items to report has caused her some frustration. She tells that she is impressed by "how much fragmentation of information there is in archaeological publications, and how chronology is avoided." This is exemplified by the first item she submits: William H. Stiebing, "The End of the Mycenean Age ... , BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGIST, 1980, 43, p.7 . His thesis is that recent archaeological linguistic and climatological evidence supports the idea that neither the Dorians nor the so-called "Sea Peoples" brought about the collapse of the Mycenean Empire (and consequently the "Dark Ages of Greece"), but rather, "an overly centralised, ...
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... From: Proceedings of The Second Seminar of Catastrophism and Ancient History (1985) Home | Issue Contents The Problem of Adjusting the Date Limits of the Archaeological Ages to Meet Velikovsky's Revision Donovan A. Courville Introduction It is only recently that the necessity for revising the dates for the archaeological ages has come to the front as a factor in ... up the chronology of Egypt- the same as used by Velikovsky in his correlation of the exodus with the Hyksos invasion. Admittedly, this was not a feasible procedure during archaeology's early stages. But it is feasible at this time to apply this principle in evaluating the security or insecurity of the many deductions in modern archaeology. This was Velikovsky's ...
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115. Archaeological redating in the news today... [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1997:2 (Feb 1998) Home | Issue Contents Archaeological redating in the news today...From: Kevin Weinhold, Date: Wed, 31 Dec 97 95504 CST Excerpt from the Wall Street Journal, Wed Dec. 31, 1997: Mr. Finkelstein, head ... Tel Aviv University's prestigious archaeological institute and one of Israel's leading archaeologists, is the man whose field work put Israelite settlements on the archaeological map in the first place. Now he wants to take them back off. His argument He and other archaeologists misdated crucial evidence. Finds attributed to the 10th century B.C ., when David and ...
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116. Radiocarbon Dating The Extinction [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... 11 Deloria, who examines a quite typical manipulation that occurs with radiocarbon dating, tells that... "[ Alex] Krieger...[discussed] the archaeological discoveries at the Lewisville site northwest of Dallas, Texas. The excavators found a Clovis fluted point and conducted radiocarbon tests on associated vegetable materials found in the Heath No ... the thinking of scientists clear on the issue of preconception in science and academia. "Dr. Edward de Bono's book on practical thinking...makes interesting reading for archaeologists, and indeed for those concerned with the problems of interpretation in the historical sciences, with the aid of an ingenious experiment, he analyzes the way the human mind ...
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117. Chapter 8 Mesopotamia and Ghost Empires [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Pillars of the Past 247 Nevertheless, Professor Stiebing has invoked these king lists to criticize Velikovsky's historical revision of Bronze Age chronology in Mesopotamia, which he presented in the Biblical Archaeology Review (Dec. 1976), p. 43; this was reprinted in KRONOS, vol. VII, no. 3 (1982), pp. 72-74 ... and reliable, and can one rely upon them to build a chronology of Mesopotamia? Ceram points out that these lists are no more reliable than those of Manethon: "Archaeologists and historians would be delighted if they could at least depend on the order of succession [of the king lists]. But that they cannot do. The Babylonian ...
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... and Hudson, London, 1995 The greatest complex of prehistoric pyramids in South America lies on the coastal plains of northern Peru, yet until Thor Heyerdahl resolved to mount an archaeological study after his first amazed impressions in 1987 they lay virtually unremarked since viewed by the Spanish conquistadors over 400 years ago. This copiously illustrated book is the story of ... research, together with archaeologists Sandweiss and Narvaez who write their own chapters on the cultural and historical background and archaeological details. Monumental architecture started in Peru around 4,500 years ago in what is termed the Preceramic Period, with large stepped platforms, leading eventually to large pyramids. Pottery first appears in Peru nearly 1,000 years later ...
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119. Ice Age Anomalies [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 2005:3 (October 2005) Home | Issue Contents IN PASSING Ice Age Anomalies Phillip Clapham Michael Collins of the Texas Archaeological Research Laboratory at the University of Texas in Austin has noted striking similarities between projectile points, point preforms, blades and cores, burins and small engraved stones belonging to the ... western Europe. [1 ] Unable to find clear antecedents for Clovis flint work in NE Asia has meant that some archaeologists, including Collins, are beginning to look at Late Pleistocene western Europe and they are finding a surprising number of parallels. Collins says he was, until recently ...
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120. Old Testament Tales (OTT) Introduction [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Professor Thomas Thompson, an American archaeologist and biblical scholar, wrote that the first ten books of the Old Testament are almost certainly works of fiction, and lack any supporting archaeological or historical evidence: the Israelite sojourn in Egypt, the Exodus and the Conquest of Canaan never took place, and: it is out of the question that Moses ... 2004:1 Incorporating Workshop 2004:2 (May 2004) Home | Issue Contents Old Testament Tales (OTT) Introduction David Salkeld Professor Thomas Thompson, an American archaeologist and biblical scholar, wrote that the first ten books of the Old Testament are almost certainly works of fiction, and lack any supporting archaeological or historical evidence: the ...
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