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151. Letter to the Editor from Christoph Marx [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... to the Editor Christoph Marx Editor, C&AH: During a course on Assyrian and Babylonian Chronology 1 I took a closer look at this fact: that most of the chronologies around the Mars catastrophes have been linked to the date of 15/6/763 B.C., the day of a solar eclipse mentioned in the eponym lists. These again ... and Ancient History II:2 (Jun 1980) Home¦ Issue Contents Letter to the Editor Christoph Marx Editor, C&AH: During a course on Assyrian and Babylonian Chronology 1 I took a closer look at this fact: that most of the chronologies around the Mars catastrophes have been linked to the date of 15/6/763 B.C. ... not have to consist of so many days, weeks, or months. 7) From the scientific point of view it seems absurd to risk falsified results by depending on religious chronological systems, even if they were not pervaded by Venus fixated implications. Reconstructed history should be based on Historical Years, counted from one spring equinox to the next, no matter ...
152. 'Worlds in Collision' After Heinsohn [SIS C&C Review $]
... compressions of chronology is confined to the bodies of evidence labelled by these problematic phrases. Heinsohn's compressions may be said to be four times as complicated as Velikovsky's: Velikovsky shortened the chronologies of Egypt and cultures dated by Egyptian artefacts but Heinsohn shortens the chronologies of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Israel and Greece- and, accordingly, of all other cultures dated by artefacts ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1997:2 (Apr 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents Worlds in Collision After Heinsohn by William Mullen Summary What would happen to Velikovsky's 'Worlds in Collision' series of cosmic catastrophes if Gunnar Heinsohn's re-dating of ancient history turned out to be correct? An investigation of this concludes that it would affect the dating of many ... much of the important work since his death has been done in these two areas. None, in my view, has been more crucial in moving the work forward than the chronological revision of Gunnar Heinsohn. The main outlines of this are already clear if pieced together from his published work to date, though much remains to be done in showing that his ...
153. Eastern Anatolia and Velikovsky's Chronological Revisions - II [Kronos $]
... From: Kronos Vol. IV No. 1 (Fall 1978) Home¦ Issue Contents Eastern Anatolia and Velikovsky's Chronological Revisions- II A Comparison of the Two Chronologies Robert H. Hewsen According to Velikovsky, the traditional synchronization of the chronologies of the Middle East is off by anywhere up to eight centuries depending upon the area and the era under consideration ... the peoples which have been synchronized with that of Egypt must be brought down by an equal length of time.(1) The purpose of this study is to apply Velikovsky's chronology to an area of the ancient world to which he has given only passing attention in his work, namely eastern Anatolia and Caucasia. If it can be shown that Velikovsky's scheme ... From: Kronos Vol. IV No. 1 (Fall 1978) Home¦ Issue Contents Eastern Anatolia and Velikovsky's Chronological Revisions- II A Comparison of the Two Chronologies Robert H. Hewsen According to Velikovsky, the traditional synchronization of the chronologies of the Middle East is off by anywhere up to eight centuries depending upon the area and the era under consideration ...
154. Tony Rees on Lasken's chronology [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... the fall of Troy and who was Manetho's contemporary 19th Dynasty Thuoris/Polybus?' As I have stated in various papers, one of the fundamental flaws of the conventional Egyptian chronologies and the variants on it is the use of the 31 dynasty framework postulated from selected late epitomes of Manetho. If the Iliad is historically based, Troy's fall obviously took place ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1995 No 2 (June 1995) Home¦ Issue Contents FORUM Tony Rees on Lasken's chronology It would be helpful if Jess Lasken could answer some questions about his chronology. 1. What was the date for the fall of Troy and who was Manetho's contemporary 19th Dynasty Thuoris/Polybus? Jess seems to equate Alexander ... sequences etc. Such things are not capable of independently forming a chronology. On their own they can only posit cultural affinities, for they are the products of an already established chronological model. A different model gives different developmental schemes. Jess, Gunnar and Emmett have pinpointed a mass of anomalies in those schemes, yet when the relevant experts are questioned about ...
155. Some 'New Chronology' Issues [SIS C&C 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 translate as 'man ... extremely 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 1989: ... :2, which relates that Saul was a 'young man' when elevated to the kingship, and probably still unmarried since he was living in his father's house; he cites chronological information such as the age of Ish-bosheth (40) at his accession, and David's honouring of Micah, a grandson of Jonathan. Steven also draws my attention to two critical ...
156. A British Forum for the Velikovsky Debate [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... found on the tiles of Ramesses III (currently dated to the 12th century BC) to the problematical "Dark Ages" that were inserted into Greek and Anatolian histories after their chronologies were linked to that of Egypt. In Palestine the Israelite Conquest of Canaan would be reflected in the destruction of its Middle Bronze Age cities, while the wealth and sophistication of ... 50, 1964, pp. 13-23, and supported by W.F. ALBRIGHT, BASQR 179, 1965, pp. 53-62); and that the astronomical basis of conventional Egyptian chronology is completely fallacious (see R. LONG, ORIENTALIA 43, 1974, 261-274). The Society for Interdisciplinary Studies was inaugurated in 1974, and is attracting growing interest from ... of the "Queen of Sheba" to the court of King Solomon. Such a revision of Egyptian history, Velikovsky claims, would solve at a stroke a vast range of chronological difficulties, from the apparent Greek characters found on the tiles of Ramesses III (currently dated to the 12th century BC) to the problematical "Dark Ages" that were inserted ...
157. Palestinian Archaeology and a Ramesses VI-Shishak Identification [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... by Ramesses VI. Asa: Judah defeats Ramesses IX and his Nubians. There is abundant archaeological evidence from Palestine with which to test such a scheme. In general, this chronology would take Bimson's recent point (1988:55) one step further. Bimson commented that Fritz's symbiosis hypothesis (1987:97f.; cf. e.g. Calloway 1982: ... abundance of these bowls in, e.g., "early Late Bronze" Aphek (Beck and Kochavi op.cit.) seems too early to justify these writers' confidence in the chronological use of their late LB abundance or absence. Some support for this geographical distinction comes from the distribution of Ramesside-period Egyptian pottery, which occurs in southwest Palestine, Megiddo, Tell ... , the down-dating suggested above for Megiddo might suffice to justify the same at Hazor. In other words, the late LB abundance of these bowls would primarily vary geographically, not chronologically. Note that the great abundance of these bowls in, e.g., "early Late Bronze" Aphek (Beck and Kochavi op.cit.) seems too early to justify these ...
158. The Identification of the Biblical "Queen of Sheba" with Hatshepsut, "Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia"" [Kronos $]
... Immanuel 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 ... used the figure suggested by Meyer in his History of Egypt (1905), which became the standard work for a whole generation of Egyptologists. In an annex, the "Chronological Table of Kings," the dates for the Pharaohs of the XIIth Dynasty and part of those of the XVIIIth Dynasty-- including dates for Hatshepsut and Thutmose III-- ... , 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. cit.; ...
159. Letters to the Editor C&AH 3:2 [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... History III:2 (July 1981) Home¦ Issue Contents Letters to the Editor Editor, C&AH: I've been meaning to put down my thoughts on the alternative chronologies dealing with a solution to Ages in Chaos. I do not yet feel convinced by either the Glasgow or the Courville chronology, mainly because Velikovsky compared literary documents describing events ( ... . Book of Exodus, Papyrus Ipuwer, Shrine of El Arish) and used them as the best evidence-- he did not try to work them into contrived archaeological concepts based on doubtful conventional chronology. Gammon's Glasgow plan attempts to preserve the present structure of Egyptian history as closely as possible, minimizing errors as necessary. It seems to me that more ... . 3. 5. In his Assyrian Conquest-- I have the manuscript from 1977, parts of which have appeared in Kronos-- Velikovsky does not really discuss the chronological problems of the Near East, concerning himself mainly with linking events between Assyria and Egypt. For many researchers seriously trying to reconcile the Egyptian reconstruction with Near Eastern history this fact ...
160. The Pyramid Age [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... clearly not persuaded by the arguments of the Glasgow chronologists, and certainly not by orthodox historians. The Persian period, and the Ptolemaic, have not featured greatly in other revised chronologies and Sweeney (also Heinsohn) score points in that respect. Minds have simply not travelled the same corridors of imagination (at least, not for too long). They ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992 No 1 (Aug 1992) Home¦ Issue Contents REVIEWS The Pyramid Age by Emmet Sweeney, [obtainable from the author, 1 Marlborough Street, Londonderry BT48 9AU, Northern Ireland, price £3.50+ £1.00 postage (UK) Emmet Sweeney's 'The Pyramid Age' is a radical reconstruction of ancient history ... I suppose, a logical progression from accepting the validity of Ramses II and His Time and Peoples of the Sea. Sweeney was clearly not persuaded by the arguments of the Glasgow chronologists, and certainly not by orthodox historians. The Persian period, and the Ptolemaic, have not featured greatly in other revised chronologies and Sweeney (also Heinsohn) score points in ...
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