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121. Assyrians and Babylonian Chronologies for 8th - 6th Centuries BC [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1994 No 1 (Jan 1994) Home | Issue Contents FORUM Assyrians and Babylonian Chronologies for 8th - 6th Centuries BC C.L . Prasher Carl Olof Jonsson has claimed that the Assyrian and Babylonian chronologies from the 8th to the 6th century BC are both firmly established [1 ]. However an ... years, puts Menahem's reign in about 770-759 BC (p . 49). 13. Two more recent examples are K. T. Andersen, Noch einmal: Die Chronologie der Könige von Israel und Juda, ' Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament (Aarhus University Press: Aarhus, Denmark, 1989), pp. 1-47, and ...
122. The Lion Gate at Mycenae [Journals] [Pensee]
... monument in the history of ancient art serving, so to speak, as a kind of portentous prelude to the later sculptural works of the Classical Greeks (7 ). CHRONOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL CONSIDERATIONS Almost from the moment of its rediscovery, the Lion Gate and other adjacent material gave rise to "vehement disputes between 1880 and 1890 about the dating ... , 76: Also see I. Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision (Doubleday, New York, 1950), pp. 106 and 194-197; E. Meyer, Aegyptische Chronologie (Berlin, 1904). 25. Demargne, op. cit., 8. 26. F. Petrie, "Notes on the antiquities of Mykenae, ...
123. Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1998:1 (Sep 1998) Home | Issue Contents Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology Special Report: Demise of the Scientific' Date for Thera Until recently the identification of volcanoes in ice core records relied on finding higher than usual sulphate ion concentrations at particular years. Most major eruptions in the ... eruption, but not on the preferred low chronology. Thus conventional Egyptian chronology and carbon dating can barely be stretched far enough to meet at c. 1525 BC. New Chronologists may prefer to assume a fundamental error in calibrated carbon dating and thus be free to date Thera anywhere from Amenhotep I to Hatshepsut. Goedicke's old theory linking the eruption ...
124. Editor's Notes & News C&C Review 2001:2 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2001:2 (Jan 2002) Home | Issue Contents Editor's Notes Moe Mandelkehr's theory that a major catastrophe affected Earth in about 2300BC has been developed in C&CR since issue V:3 (published in 1983) and with new evidence it is gaining increasing support in the scientific community. ... by SIS members to knowledge of ancient Egypt. Lynn Rose takes both Kenneth Kitchen and David Rohl to task on Egyptian dating and John Crowe's analysis of Biblical chronology questions whether chronologists (both orthodox and revisionist) are right to assume that when the Bible says 40 years' it really means this. Forum' features contributions from a variety of ...
125. Egyptian Monumental Evidence [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992 No 1 (Aug 1992) Home | Issue Contents II: Egyptian Monumental Evidence Jesse E. Lasken takes up the challenge: In Workshop 1991:2 , Tony Rees challenged advocates of an extreme compression of the Egyptian chronology to square their chronologies with monumental evidence. I accept his challenge and ... the genealogy of Khnum-ab-ra, which seems to date Zoser only twenty-four generations before Darius I, while accepting other lists and inscriptions? And, on what independent grounds can a chronologist ignore the numerous anomalies created by the conventional Egyptian chronology, including Velikovsky's discussion of the palace tiles of Ramesses III and the use of identical reliefs and inscriptions in temples ...
126. A Date Correction for Ramses II [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... active in this region. In his 5th regnal year Ramses II battled against the Hittite king Mutwallis at Kadesh: this would have occurred in 800 BC according to the Glasgow chronology. I propose to demonstrate that this date is incompatible with the evidence. The key issue here is the date of the death of Hazael, king of Syria. ... Vol 4 No 4 (Mar 1982) Home | Issue Contents A Date Correction for Ramses II Lester J. Mitcham I wish to challenge the dates proposed by the Glasgow chronologists for Ramses II. Messrs James, Bimson and Gammon have defined the first 18 years of the reign of Ramses II as being the years 804-786 BC,(1 ...
127. Fomenko is right! [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1999:2 (Feb 2000) Home | Issue Contents Fomenko is right!by Allan Beggs In the first paragraph of their article, James T. Palmer and Trevor Palmer introduce the two-volume work by A.T . Fomenko, Empirico-Statistical Analysis of Narrative Materials and its Applications to Historical Dating but ... claim that Fomenko and Nosovsky are undoubtedly guilty of circular reasoning over the question of AD dates'. One of the basic conclusions of Fomenko's work is that the theologians and chronologists of the 16th-17th century AD' created the present traditional' chronology of the western world' and they did this from chronological material which covered no more than the previous ...
128. Chapter 14 Agronomy and Climatology [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... ignore its role." Daniel J. Hillel Out of the Earth — Civilization and the Life of the Soil (NY 1991), p. 34 According to conventional chronology, the so-called Sumerian civilization, located in the southern Mesopotamian desert plain between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers (present-day southern Iraq), was established around 2900 B. ... in pieces; and this he could do only by having recourse to the precession of the equinoxes and by referring the clock to a period many hundreds of years earlier than chronologists assume. The shadow clock found at Faijum, built under the Libyan Dynasty, between about — 850 and — 720 before the present era, may help us to ...
129. The habiru as the 'ibrim of I Samuel and the implications for the 'new chronology' [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1993 (Vol XV) Home | Issue Contents The habiru as the ibrim of I Samuel and the implications for the new chronology'by Peter van der Veen Peter van der Veen is the author of I Samuel and the Habiru-Problem', a thesis which helped him obtain the degree of Licentiate in ... cit. , p. 68 29. Ibid, p. 68, n. 26; H. Otten: Die Hethitische historischen Quellen und die altorientalische Chronologie', in G. Walser (ed.): Neure Nethiter Forschung, (Wiesbaden, 1964), pp. 102-103, 121; see also P. ...
130. Some 'New Chronology' Issues [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1991 (Vol XIII) Home | Issue Contents Forum Some New Chronology' Issues Further Supporting Evidence Brad Aaronson (in Workshop 1989:2 , p. 12) challenges Rohl and Newgrosh's equation of king Ish-ba'al with the el-Amarna character Mut-bahlu, son of the central Palestinian king Lab'ayu (Ish-ba'al and Mut-bahlu ... concise. I see no reason at all why Solomon should be located in the LB period rather than the conventional Iron IIA phase of archaeology, and it behoves the New Chronologists to secure positive proof to say otherwise, rather than the continuous conjecture of the past. Phillip Clapham Saul and Labayu Tony Rees has, on two occasions (Workshop ...
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