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61. The Conquest of Canaan AND THE REVISED CHRONOLOGY [Journals] [SIS Review]
... writers who take seriously the Old Testament's own hints on the matter (I Kings 6:1 ; Judges 11:26). But within the current framework for the archaeology of Palestine, no archaeological evidence is forthcoming which would support such a date for the Conquest. None of the cities which the Old Testament says were destroyed by Joshua ... From: SIS Review Vol 1 No 3 (Summer 1976) Home | Issue Contents How well do the findings of archaeologists working in the field reconcile with Velikovsky's revised chronology for the ancient Middle East? This paper, accepted for publication by Pensée before that journal's demise, examines one aspect of this question. The Conquest of Canaan AND ...
62. A Critique of "Ramses II and His Time" [Journals] [SIS Review]
... latest volume in the series evaluates Velikovsky's proposals for the identification of the XIXth Dynasty of Egypt with the XXVIth Dynasty of Manetho and other writers, in the light of the archaeological and epigraphical evidence now available and the interpretation Velikovsky gives it. His conclusion is that this later part of Velikovsky's "re-write" of history faces considerably more problems - ... to the Old Testament (J . B. Pritchard, ed.), Princeton, 1950; (2 )1992: (3 )1969. BA The Biblical Archaeologist. BAR Biblical Archaeology Review. BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. IEJ Israel Exploration Journal. JARCE Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt. ...
63. The Continuing Ica Mystery [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol VI No 4 (1984) Home | Issue Contents FOCUS ARCHAEOLOGICAL ANOMALIES The Continuing Ica Mystery Contrary to prevailing opinion, the mystery of the curious engraved stones from Ica in Peru still remains unsolved. The Ica stones, an estimated 50,000 of which are now in the hands of private collectors, have ... to turn up stones with a distinctive, almost bizarre, style of carving. Some collectors took interest, buying them for very small amounts of money - and then two archaeologists, who, suspecting the authenticity of the stones, began exploratory excavations in nearby tombs. They did in fact discover a few examples of similar engraved stones in sealed ...
64. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... from the Aegean was responsible for the destruction of the Late Bronze civilisations of the eastern Mediterranean c.1200 BC is probably one of the most treasured concepts of Near Eastern archaeology. The linking of this invasion of "Sea Peoples" with the arrival of the Philistines of the Old Testament is a major lynch-pin of the conventional chronology for the ... the location of which is disputed, but agreed to be within the "Aegean world" (2 ). But this complex of evidence is of importance not only to archaeologists of the Holy Land, interested in illuminating the background of the Old Testament. The identification of the "Sea Peoples" as part of a great movement of " ...
65. Distorting and Reconstructing the Past [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... nation was found to have built a great empire which eventually encompassed the whole of Mesopotamia. Indeed Akkadian kings claimed conquests outside of Mesopotamia, and it soon became clear that archaeology had stumbled upon the world's first great military power. The Akkadian kings had subdued the ancient land of Assyria, and one of them, Sharru-kin, bore a name ... Stratigraphy and Chronology Since the scientific investigation of ancient times began, scholars have sought to make sense of the myriad kings, dynasties, and nations that the spade of the archaeologist and the skill of the epigraphist brought to light. The cuneiform literature of Mesopotamia revealed the existence of monarchs, nations, and civilisations previously unknown to history. Thus ...
66. The Stratigraphy of Israel [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... . by R. M. Porter Introduction and Chronological Schemes One of the things I hope to do today is to show that the biblical Judges Period fits well with the archaeology of the Middle Bronze Age, thereby putting the Exodus back in Early Bronze, equivalent to Old Kingdom Egypt. I turned to archaeology because there did not seem to ... the Bible as a useful historical source. I believe it provides a short-cut to correcting chronology. I also believe, like Heinsohn, that attempts by the early historians and archaeologists to match events to the Bible have partly caused the incorrect chronology that we now have. I am going, first, to briefly outline the faulty conventional chronology and ...
67. Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1996:1 Home | Issue Contents Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology IRON AGE CHRONOLOGY ON THE MARCH AGAIN In C&C Workshop 1990:2 p. 23 I drew attention to articles downdating some aspects of Iron Age archaeology in Palestine. There have been further developments in this area. United ... A very important article is The Archaeology of the United Monarchy: an Alternative View' in Levant 28 (1996 pp. 177-187) by Israel Finkelstein, a leading Israeli archaeologist. He suggests that tenth century archaeology should be downdated into the ninth century, thus breaking the false link between Solomon (who remains in the tenth century, of ...
68. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... (cf. papers by JOHN BIMSON and GEOFFREY GAMMON in SISR I:3 ), which have led archaeologists to see "the most flagrant discrepancy between Scriptural statements and archaeological discoveries, throwing a shadow on the historical veracity of the Hebrew Testament". In Dr Velikovsky's view, the ease with which these findings, along with other evidence ... a number of geologists; and the findings of KENYON at Jericho (cf. papers by JOHN BIMSON and GEOFFREY GAMMON in SISR I:3 ), which have led archaeologists to see "the most flagrant discrepancy between Scriptural statements and archaeological discoveries, throwing a shadow on the historical veracity of the Hebrew Testament". In Dr Velikovsky's view ...
69. Fingerprints of the Gods: do ancient relicts point to an advanced civilisation 15,000 years ago? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 60 tons each). Of course African people are not supposed to have been present in the New World until the time of Columbus. These heads come from the oldest archaeological strata of Central America, about 1500 BC but I am not convinced by this dating - they may be much older than that. There is a real problem with ... . The only problem with these African heads is that they do not come from Africa. They come from the Gulf of Mexico and they are associated with a people whom archaeologists call the Olmecs. We know very little about the Olmecs. Olmec means rubber people and that is how they were referred to by the Aztecs and they come from ...
70. The Albrecht/Glueck-Aharoni/Rothenberg Confrontation [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... a hope of providing a basis for harmonizing the defensible points on both sides and expanding the evidence as needed to encompass the third alternative. II. Glueck's Observations and Contentions Archaeological investigations in the Negeb were conducted by Nelson Glueck during the years 1932-47 and again in 1951-59. His early work was limited to surface examination of the pottery to be ... to provide unequivocal dating of specific city levels until a very late date. To reject these accounts so blatantly is not a view that could be expected to he palatable to archaeologists generally,27 despite the assumed legendary origin of these writings. Aharoni appealed for support for his views to the "unequivocal language of archaeology," and to the ...
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