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... and America As Evidence of the Migration of Culture. Conclusion. Preface. An English gentleman, versed in prehistoric archaeology, visited me in the summer of 1814, and during our conversation asked if we had the Swastika in America ... . Amer. Philsoph. Soc., 1889, XXIX, p.180. ORIGIN AND HABITAT, Prehistoric archaeologists have found in Europe many specimens of ornamental sculpture and engraving belonging to the Paleolithic age, but the cross is ... . It is in the museum of Copenhagen, and is taken from the report of the Congres Internationale d'Anthropologie et Archaeologie Prehistorique, Copenhagen, 1875, p.486. This specimen, by its, rays of crotchets around the ...
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... AND STANDARDS 139 SYMBOLS 142 SYMBOLS 145 ROSETTES, GUILLOCHES, AND SPIRALS 147 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AJA American Journal of archaeology .. .. . The journal of the Archaeological Institute of America (Baltimore etc., 1885-) ... 238-48, 310-21, 379-88. HAHN Some seals from this collection have been published by Herzfeld (Aufsätze zur altorientalischen Archaeologie. II. Stempelsiegel, in Archaeologische Mitteilungen aus Iran V 2 [Berlin, 1933] 49-103), Weber ... R. CAMPBELL, and HUTCHINSON, RICHARD W. The excavations on the temple of Nabû at Nineveh, in Archaeologia LXXIX (1929) 103-48. See Nos. 340, 342, 360 e, and 362 e. THOMPSON ...
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3. Applying the Revised Chronology [Journals] [Pensee]
... . His studies have led him to the conclusion that Velikovsky's reconstruction is "not in harmony with the mass of archaeological evidence presently at our disposal" (2 ). While the research that I have done over the past five ... Ages in Chaos, his historical reconstruction, to be his opus magnum, for over 20 years ancient historians and archaeologists have ignored this aspect of his work. It is therefore gratifying to note that Prof. W. H. ... Archaic Gravestones of Attica [London: 1961], pp. 1-2) and M. Andronikos (Totenkult, Archaeologia Homerica IIIW [Göttingen: 1968], pp. 116-18) do believe that there must be a connection between ...
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... all the major empires, nations and events of antiquity? Or: How to reconcile archaeologically-missing historical periods with historically-unexpected archaeological strata of the ancient world I. Summary. II. The sequence of ancient empires with the center in Assyria ... centuries of excavations, thus, brought as much desperation as it did provide success stories for European scholars. Modern archaeologists, e.g ., dug in vain for the Kat or Khat in Katpatuka/Cappadocia, who kept ... us lies and fantasies about all the major empires, nations and events of antiquity? Or: How to reconcile archaeologically-missing historical periods with historically-unexpected archaeological strata of the ancient world I. Summary. II. The sequence of ancient empires ...
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... Not Exist)(1 ) was summarised by using the graphic below: TEXTBOOK ERAS FOR SOUTHERN MESOPOTAMIA Compressed to archaeologically existing and historically 1) Late Chaldaeans also comprise the "Empire Hittites" now dated -1450 to -1200. 2 ... - that is, his historiography of the ancient world independent of Biblical orientation. The many hundreds of highly qualified archaeologists and historians of the ancient world should therefore have very little difficulty in refuting the halving of the early history of ... , an excellent excavator, noted this very problem (page 181): There is a subtle trap in the archaeologist's habit of translating history into stratigraphy. It is all too easy to forget to translate back. Nevertheless, when ...
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... reserved. Printed in the United States of America TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume II Chapter Page I Are the Foundations of Archaeological Science Secure? 1 II What Happens to Synchronisms Used to Support Current Views? 7 III Limitations of Carbon-14 Dating ... . F., Recent Discoveries in Bible Lands. Supplement to Young's Analytical Concordance, 1955. BA The Biblical Archaeologist. B-AB Barton, George, Archaeology and the Bible, 4th ed., 1925. B-AKA Budge, E ... As we pass back, then, from history, which depends largely on written records, to pre-history, the archaeologist's peculiar sphere, we have to accept periods instead of dates, and racial movements instead of the exploits of individuals ...
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... from — 1200 to — 700 we must have found some trace of them' [Carpenter, American Journal of Archaeology, XXXVII, 26-27]." What we have is quite similar to the unknown Sumerians and well- known ... : "The confusion and discord created by the hegemony of Egypt was the source of bitter debates and backbiting among archaeologists. Velikovsky reviews the fight to the death between Wilhelm Dörpfeld and Adolf Furtwängler. Both were outstanding scholars. Their ... work was suburb. But they feuded endlessly and even vilified each other on their deathbeds. Why? Because Dörpfeld insisted the evidence showed that Geometric Greek and Dorian ware, usually placed in the first millennium, was really from the ...
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8. The Thirteenth Theory of the Hyksos [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Syro-Canaanites in general, can still muster a considerable number of supporters. Syro-Palestine's Middle Bronze Age IIB-C shows a strong archaeological similarity with Hyksos sites in Egypt, e.g . Tell Daba. However, Mesopotamia proves to be another ... in Northern Mesopotamia? When the most careful excavations of the 1920's and 1930's tried to answer this question, the archaeologists found themselves in confusion, as can be seen below for Tell Billa (Speiser, 1932-1933), Nuzi ( ... Nuzi/Yorgan Tepe Fully developed Hurrian/Mitanni stratum of the Amarna Period, which continued from preceding stratum without archaeologically-provable hiatus 3 III I II-I 14th Century Transient stratum with first Hurrian remains plus Old-Akkadian remains which continue from preceding stratum ...
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9. Chapter 4 Scientific ? Radiocarbon Dating [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... The Ice Age Lost (NY 1974), p. 29 2 ibid. 3 David Wilson, The New Archaeology (NY 1974), p. 97 4 William E. Stiebing Jr, Out of the Desert — Archaeology ... . . . material is often submitted for [radiocarbon] dating in the spirit of adding scientific precision to the archaeologists' pre-existing beliefs." R. Hedges, quoted in David M. Rohl, Pharaohs and Kings (NY ... or elsewhere, and how many times it was 39 R.E . Taylor, Radiocarbon Archaeological Dating — An Archaeologist's Perspective (Orlando FL 1987) p. 108 40 Fredrick Johnson, "The impact of radiocarbon dating upon archaeology ...
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... , 1975 This sounds similar to interpretations given in a short note in the July, 1967 issue of Art and Archaeology Newsletter entitled "A Forward Look Backward by Otto F. Reiss. He describes the way archaeologists of the future ... view our mythological World War I I. His contest of primitive technologies involved the Hewer of Iron or"Eisenhower"and a forger of daggers, "Messer Schmit, and the Honest Man (good guy or "True Man ... spelling varies, such as "Hitler' and "Himmler" who were obviously the same person. The future archaeologist's final conclusion? "It adds up to the struggle between true man and death, or between good and evil ...
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