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71. Were Abraham, Joseph, and Moses Located in the Old Kingdom? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... he theorizes that Moses should be placed at the end of the Sixth Dynasty. Abraham One of the supports Fry uses to place Abraham in the First Dynasty is that Josephus claims Abraham taught the Egyptians mathematics and astronomy. That would necessitate Abraham's entry into the Egyptian Kingdom prior to the building of the pyramids. A second reason is that the Bible states that Hebron was built seven years before Tanis (Zoan). The Book of Jubilees states that Abraham lived during the time of Hebron's construction, and further Egyptian history mentions Tanis/ Zoan in the Old Kingdom. A third reason claims that the artifact found in the Royal Cemetery ofUr, called by archaeologists the "Ram in the ...
72. Untitled [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Mr. Cardona claims that my position that the Cities of the Plain are buried beneath the floor of the Dead Sea "is not so stated in Genesis or anywhere else in the Old Testament. Nor, to my knowledge, is it so stated anywhere in extra or non-biblical sources. In fact, my claim is supported by the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament and extra-biblical sources. Genesis 14:3 expressly states that the Vale of Siddim, where the Cities of the Plain were located "IS the salt sea" (at the time the account was written or edited). Furthermore, the Genesis account claims that Abraham and Lot looked over Sodom and Gomorrah from the ...
73. The Legends of the Jews by Louis Ginzberg [Books]
... [ CD-Rom Home ] by Louis Ginzberg Selected volumes in full at Archive.org Vol. 1 | Vol.5 | Vol.6 The Legends of the Jews by Louis Ginzberg Volumes I - IV Bible Times and Characters from the Creation to Jacob (volume one) Bible Times and Characters from Joseph to the Exodus (volume two) Bible Times and Characters from the Exodus to the Death of Moses (volume three) Bible Times and Characters from Joshua to Esther (volume four) Please visit The BPR Reference Guide featuring our favorite books, software and videos. Volumes I and II of this book were prepared from text in the public domain; Volume III was prepared ...
74. Dating the Amarna Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... son of Ahab is every bit as good a fit for Mut-Balu as is Eshbaal son of Saul (in fact, this same process works just as well for Rib-Addi = Joram). As far as his being a king, we know that city and regional governors are called kings in the Amarna letters. This is attested to in the Bible as well, as it happens, and only during the time of Jehoshaphat and Jehoram, where the pre-revolt governor of Edom is referred to as the king of Edom. So there is no reason to reject the idea of Joash being appointed over the Transjordan by his brother. We may even hypothesise an alternate reading for Labayu as Ahabayu ...
75. The Charisma of Moses [Books] [de Grazia books]
... ; Aaron, older brother of Miriam, would be a devoted admirer of the young gentleman from childhood. Thus we solve the relationship with Aaron and Miriam - no brother and sister, but possibly half-brother and half-sister through their father, or cousins by an uncle, with his step-mother or aunt his wet-nurse. The Jewish legends, unlike the Bible, make a number of references to the Egyptianizing of the Hebrews, their abandonment of their old religion, their working against their own people and for the Egyptians, and, of course, the non-tribal "mixed-multitude" that joined in Moses' expedition into another world. In a curious legend, Yahweh blames Moses for the Revolt of ...
76. The Earth Chronicles (Review) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... of ancient high mystery cults, particularly Egyptian, and those readers with an open mind will find their understanding of myth greatly enhanced. For those who feel most comfortable with myth as a reality-based phenomenon, Sitchin's presentation of another force operating periodically on Earth will open up entirely new possibilities about the origins of "the gods," whom the Bible, he shows, called the Nefilim. The third book, The Wars of Gods and Men (1985), is a work of great interest to readers of Catastrophism and Ancient History. Here, Sitchin carefully analyzes some key archetypal historical events in relation to the activities of the Nefilim. After discussing the Chronicles in general, I ...
77. Ancient Giants and Gods [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:1 (Sep 2002) Home | Issue Contents Ancient Giants and Gods www.giantmyth.free-online.co.uk Ancient Giants and Gods - Their Place in Mankind's Early History. A Monograph by A.B . Finlay Ph.D . One of the most puzzling and intriguing passages in the Bible occurs in Genesis, the first book of the Old Testament, where we read that "there were giants on the earth in those days" - but disappointingly we are told very little about them. (6 ;4 ) . This study is an account of the evidence, from cultures around the globe, for the existence of ...
78. Dating the Wars of Seti I [Journals] [SIS Review]
... find Seti's campaigns falling within a period for which the history of the northern kingdom is well documented in the Biblical accounts. It may seem too much to hope that the deeds of Seti himself will be mentioned in the Old Testament, but we would surely expect the same historical situation to be depicted both in Seti's own inscriptions and in the Bible. Examination of these two sources will therefore provide a test for the Glasgow Chronology. The Egyptian and Hebrew sources will be discussed in turn, beginning with Seti's own records. a) THE RECORDS OF SETI I (i ) The scope of Seti's wars. Seti's chief record of his wars is to be found on the exterior north ...
79. Star Names: Their Lore and Meaning [Books]
... but Doctor Thomas Hyde,3 the learned translator at Oxford in 1665 of the Zj, or Tables, of Ulug Beg, and of Al Tizini's work, derived them from Ezor, a Girdle; while the more recent Dillmann referred them to Zahir, from Zuhrah, a Glittering Star, and so signifying something specially luminous. Still this Bible word has been variously rendered, appearing for the Greater Bear, Sirius, the planets, or even for the constellations in general; indeed it has been thought to signify the Lunar Mansions. Another name with the Jews for the zodiac was Galgal HammszfLl6th, the Circle of the Signs; and Bayer said that they fancifully designated it as ...
80. A Further Response to Marvin Luckerman [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... discussed in the above-mentioned paper. Mr. Luckerman raises two objections to this scheme. Firstly, he states that it provides no archeological evidence for occupation at Arad, Beersheba, and "other Negeb sites" during the time of the Judges, the united monarchy, and the early part of the divided monarchy- "which clearly contradicts the Bible." Mr. Luckerman remarks that this alone should be enough to force a re-examination of my theory. In fact this is not the case, as we see when we look at these sites individually. Concerning Arad, I do not see how any archeological history of this site can contradict the Bible for the periods in question, ...
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