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111. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... "New Directions in Ancient History and the Theories of Immanuel Velikovsky", the meeting was addressed by three speakers focusing on different ways in which theories of catastrophism and revised chronology might throw light on archaeological problems. The first speaker was a most welcome guest, anthropologist and archaeologist DR ELIZABETH CHESLEY BAITY, who conducts seminars at the Universities of ... interest in astronomy, the nature and causes of their disappearance were discussed by Dr Baity. Particularly striking are the results of Claude Schaeffer's work. In his Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l'Asie occidentale, Schaeffer assembled a wealth of archaeological data suggesting a series of simultaneous destructions at sites throughout Western Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean between the end of Early ...
112. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1991 No 1 (July 1991) Home | Issue Contents Society News 1990 Autumn Meeting Nemesis struck the Society once again with a chain of events which led to us being unable to give members much prior notice of this meeting. However, from being in the situation only a month before in which ... links into this sequence with Egypt's Old, Middle and New Kingdoms and Late Period. This sequence is a severe test for those who would dream up revised chronologies. Such chronologists probably start with an idea, juggle the king lists to form their new scheme and then examine the written historical evidence to see if it can reasonably fit their scheme ...
113. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1994 No 1 (Jan 1994) Home | Issue Contents Letters Venus Tablets I refer to Michael Reade's monumental work, The Ninisanna Tablets, a preliminary reconstruction', which appeared in C & C Review XV (1993), pp. 2-22. On the assumption that the Venus data relates to ... BC for the destruction of the temple. The final artificial and symbolical 70 years of exile gives us the exact date of 537 BC for the end of the exile. Chronologists would be wrong to use the last 70 year period literally, yet entire chronologies have, in ignorance, been composed using the other value symbols mentioned above and their ...
114. Hazor and the anachronisms in the chronology of the Ancient Near East [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1996:1 Home | Issue Contents Hazor and the anachronisms in the chronology of the Ancient Near East by Gunnar Heinsohn (This text is dedicated to Abraham Rabinovich of The Jerusalem Post who keeps the outside world so entertainingly up to date on the excavations in the Land of Israel.) In 1850 ... [4 ]. 12. Heinsohn, op. cit. . 13. Neugebauer, O., Die Bedeutungslosigkeit der Sothisperiode' für die älteste ägyptische Chronologie', Acta Orientalia, Vol. 17, 1939. 14. Jéquier, G., Histoire de la civilisation égyptienne des origines à la conquête d'Alexandre, Paris ...
115. The Sea Peoples and the Philistines [Articles]
... and stimulating analysis of the human condition and I'm afraid I'll now have to drag you down to my own Philistine level- and into the turgid and difficult world of ancient chronology. The problems I'll be addressing are rather complex, and the only way to do justice to them is to treat them in a fairly detailed manner, but I ... scotched this somewhat, but within the conventional chronology the idea of a massive invasion of Sea Peoples, including Philistines, has been very heavily relied upon by conventional, uniformitarian chronologists and archaeologists as an explanation of the destructions at the end of the Late Bronze Age. Here I feel they are wrong, on grounds of dating, archaeology and ...
116. Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1986 No 1 (Jul 1986) Home | Issue Contents Forum Rejoinder from Lester J.Mitcham: Although I had hoped at this time to have a question dealing with the problems of the High-priests of Ptah at Memphis and the sequence of the 21st Dynasty kings at Tanis, it seems clear from ... detail, reveal themselves to be mostly imagined and, indeed, one or two of the peculiarities stemming from the orthodox chronology seem to be explained more satisfactorily by the New Chronology's tentative placements of the High Priests of Amun. This is where we dive into the murky waters of TIP chronology to show that there is no stumbling block here for ...
117. Velikovsky, Glasgow and Heinsohn Combined [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Emmet Sweeney has an M.A . in Early Modern History and teaches in London He is a member of the SI5 council and is the author of several books on chronological revisions, including The Genesis of Israel and Egypt, The Pyramid Age, The Neo-Assyrians and Persians, Ramessides, Madas and Persians and The Lost History of Ireland. ... proposed reconstruction. We shall find that a very convincing picture emerges, a picture which allows us to hold on to all the brilliant work of both Velikovsky and the Glasgow Chronologists at the same time satisfy the requirements of Heinsohn's stratigraphy. In Ramses II and his Time Velikovsky equated Ramesses II with the king known to Herodotus as Necho, whilst ...
118. Hittites and Phrygians [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... from eastern Anatolia through Armenia to the Urmiah basin and the Araxes Valley, for it seems a relatively long period of prehistoric time- some one thousand years, per orthodox chronology. The eclipse of this culture, dramatic and sudden, has analogies with the picture of the past painted by Velikovsky: the occurrence of natural disaster invoking human dislocation ... ): The circumstances surrounding his accession were irregular.116 He was the son of a Tudhalyas, and this suggests he may have been brother of Hattusilis II. Orthodox chronologists, however, place a Tudhalyas III (of whom no record exists) between the two reigns. This section of the Hittite king list is therefore open to confusion ...
119. The Identification of the Biblical "Queen of Sheba" with Hatshepsut, "Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia"" [Journals] [Kronos]
... Velikovsky published his most provocative book, Ages in Chaos I, in which he suggested that the accepted reconstruction of Egyptian history seemed to be based on a wrong conception of chronology and that this chronology should be revised, (1 ) Velikovsky not only challenged the so-called "Sothic" theory- others had done this before him- but suggested ... A History of Egypt, 2nd ed. (London, 1941), pp. 285, 287. 4. R. Weill, Bases Méthodes et Résultats de la Chronologie Egyptienne (Paris, 1926), pp.3-4. 5. As to the Sothic theory, see I. Velikovsky, "Astronomy and Chronology," loc ...
120. Summary and Closing Address [Journals] [SIS Review]
... referred to, which was quite incompatible with Velikovsky's interpretation. Eric saw possible links with Tiglath-Pileser III but accepted that there was still lots of work to do to establish a chronology on that basis. David Rohl talked about some of the fine detail of his chronology in relation to the end of the various stages of the Bronze Age, the ... followed, radiocarbon dating which had not been mentioned specifically by David, was also widely held to be unreliable and one of the issues was, does this simply mean that chronologists can't, certainly at the present time, rely on radiometric dating as a tool, or does it mean something more fundamental about the history of the Earth and the ...
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