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161. A Concluding Retort [Pensee]
... is made of correspondence between myself, other scholars, museums and laboratories (1952-73), in the effort to obtain some organic material necessary for checking on the accepted and revised chronologies of the New .Kingdom in Egypt. The dramatic finale was the British museum's radiocarbon test (1971) of reed from the tomb of Tutankhamen, with the resultant figure, -846 ... finds of stratigraphic archaeology gain meaning only if at some points there are links with historically datable sources, like monuments or other literary relics. The dating of these depends again on chronology of recorded history --in the case of the Hebrews, the chronology as contained in the books of the Old Testament and later sources (like Josephus Flavius); in the case ... only to show that in each place archaeologists came upon the same imbroglio of 500- 600 years. In each instance the archaeologists responsible for the work tried to resolve the unresolvable chronological contradiction by one or another of very many ingenious suppositions; but the archaeological readers of their printed reports --or the next set of diggers --usually accused those originally in the field of ...
162. Chronological Questions and Question-Marks [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... From: SIS Workshop No. 4 (Feb 1979) Home¦ Issue Contents Chronological Questions and Question-Marks by Vera I. Kerkhof AT A public debate pro and contra Velikovsky's revised chronology for the period from the Exodus to Rehoboam/Shishak in Amersfoort, Holland, last October, several arguments came up against the revision which need, I think, serious attention ... From: SIS Workshop No. 4 (Feb 1979) Home¦ Issue Contents Chronological Questions and Question-Marks by Vera I. Kerkhof AT A public debate pro and contra Velikovsky's revised chronology for the period from the Exodus to Rehoboam/Shishak in Amersfoort, Holland, last October, several arguments came up against the revision which need, I think, serious ... J H. Breasted, Ancient Records of Egypt. Band II. Chicago 1906. p. 314. 16. R. Weill- Bases, Méthodes et Résultats de la Chronologie Egyptienne. Paris 1926. p. 63f. 17. Lexikon der Agyptologie II. Wiesbaden 1975. Euphrat. \cdrom\pubs\journals\workshop\no4\02chron.htm ...
163. Introduction to the Proceedings [SIS C&C Review $]
... ... we should all become accustomed to not knowing all we would wish to know, and learn to be comfortable with ambiguity. We should make our peace with discrepant chronologies, fully aware that they are only mental possibilities. We should help our students to build their self-esteem on how thoroughly they master their sources; on how carefully they discriminate between ... and the downright error, that fraction of informed debate on the actual evidence which remains is alarmingly small. And this is particularly so with regard to Velikovsky's idea of revising ancient chronology. In 1973, the Director of this Conference, Dr Euan MacKie, outlined the controversy in a New Scientist article which concluded: "In summary, Velikovsky has achieved a ... , the popularised press accounts of Worlds in Collision which the more vociferous scientific critics based their views upon) seemed safely to absolve the historians from the need to take up Velikovsky's chronological gauntlet. The academic warfare of this period has been documented in fascinating detail elsewhere [4; suffice to say here that Velikovsky withheld Volume II of Ages in Chaos (although ...
164. The Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine [SIS C&C Review $]
... our discussion we turn to the site of Tell el-Ajjul, in the south of Palestine, near the coast. I do not intend to enter here into a discussion of the chronologies proposed hitherto for the various strata at this site. The wide divergence of opinion on the matter is a classic illustration of the confusion which arises from the incorrect placements involved in ... I therefore date the Conquest, and hence the fall of the MB II C cities, to the closing years of the 15th century BC. Immanuel Velikovsky's proposed revision of Egyptian chronology also assumes a 15th century date for the Exodus. The article referred to above illustrated some ways in which my redating of the MB II C destructions lends support to Velikovsky's scheme ... , and City I. Contemporary with these general strata are the remains of a series of buildings which Petrie, the site's excavator, labelled as palaces. These are numbered in chronological order, so that Palace I is contemporary with City III, Palace II with City II, and Palace III with City I. In terms of Palestine's ceramic chronology, City ...
165. Mitcham Replies [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History VII:2 (July 1985) Home¦ Issue Contents Mitcham Replies Lester Mitcham Following publication of his paper on Mesopotamian chronology in IBS, Dr. Courville and I exchanged a number of letters on the subject. As a result of that correspondence I drafted a "Critique" incorporating a "tentative agreement" based upon ... Vol. 2, pp. 50-53. What Dr. Courville has done is to uplift from "The Hittite Raid" a single date from my table, "A Possible Chronological Outline," which was based on an initial assumption that:... the raid by Mursilis I dated to the third year of Nebuchadnezzar I, was the same raid ... Hittite Raid" appears as a late insertion (being in smaller script), it is nevertheless before the entry on Ea-gamil and Ulamburiash as we might expect of a document containing chronologically ordered events, even if of "a composite of incidents occurring at widely separated times." Dr. Courville's chronological solution requires him to reorder the "chronologically arranged" events ...
166. New Proposals for a Downdating of the Egyptian New Kingdom (Part II) [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... campaigned in the deep south against Amalekites who seem to have been on bad terms with Egypt (cf. I Sam 15 and 30:llf.). And on this chronology, Philistine hostility would probably be ingrained now against both Israel and Egypt. Merneptah's victory-- preceding his year 5-- over 'Israel' hardly seems plausibly dated to ca ... in spite of the above evidence) to mean that they never existed. However, these answers are given with much more reserve than usually attends the dismissal of such major possible chronological problems. In this context, a potentially significant new development is the recent appearance of evidence indicating that very shortly before the mid-12th c. end of the Kassite Dynasty in Babylonia ... 19 period evidence for famine, depopulation, refugee-chasing and general destabilization in western Asia. 57 Equally importantly, in view of 1 above, this revised synchronism would fit excellently, chronologically, with the suggested dating of year 67 of Ramesses II to c. 1008. 58 One objection to such a scheme is that the other Assyrian RN's occurring in Dyn. ...
167. Heinsohn's Revised Chronology [Aeon Journal $]
... is decide which kings and which eras corresponded to events described in the Bible. From the latter part of the nineteenth century to the present, Egyptologists and Assyriologists have based their chronologies primarily on the native chronological materials from Egypt and Mesopotamia (king lists, lists of officials and various inscriptions) rather than on information from Manetho, Berossus or the Bible. ... From: Aeon II:5 (1991) Home¦ Issue Contents Heinsohn's Revised Chronology William H. Stiebing, Jr. Gunnar Heinsohn of the University of Bremen has proposed a major revision of the generally accepted chronology for Mesopotamia and the rest of the Near East which he claims is "evidence based." Supposedly, it makes better use of archaeological ... which eras corresponded to events described in the Bible. From the latter part of the nineteenth century to the present, Egyptologists and Assyriologists have based their chronologies primarily on the native chronological materials from Egypt and Mesopotamia (king lists, lists of officials and various inscriptions) rather than on information from Manetho, Berossus or the Bible. Yet in his publication in ...
168. Assyrians and Babylonian Chronologies for 8th - 6th Centuries BC [SIS C&C 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 exception to this has been pointed ... 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 exception to this has been pointed ... 18 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 William Hamilton ...
169. The Testimony of Radiocarbon Dating [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... that the influx of cosmic rays changed four thousand years ago or thereabouts. Now the question arises how can the radiocarbon method be used for deciding between the conventional and the revised chronologies? (13) Libby, in his Radiocarbon Dating, stressed that the method is good only on the condition that the influx of cosmic rays has not changed during the last ... his death, to have my work of reconstruction of ancient history tested by radiocarbon, went unheeded. The usual argument explaining the refusal of cooperation was the assertion that the Egyptian chronology of the New Kingdom is known to such exactness that no carbon tests are needed; moreover the tests were claimed to have a margin of error far greater than the incertitude of ... material were considered. In 1963 it seemed hopeless to expect that there would ever be a radiocarbon test of Egyptian chronology of the New and Late Kingdoms, the mainstay of the chronological structure of the entire complex known as the ancient East. But then from a series of chance meetings a story developed that had all the characteristics of a cloak-and-dagger mystery. I ...
170. Ice Cores and Chronology [SIS C&C Review $]
... put it in a footnote; and if it is out of our idea of the date we drop it.' [9 I will not go into the question of tree-ring chronologies in this paper. The tree rings primarily give us an excellent climatic record and enable buildings and boats to be dated by matching tree rings like fingerprints to long sequences. What ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1995 (Vol XVII) "Proceedings of the SIS 1995 Braziers College Conference" Home¦ Issue Contents Ice Cores and Chronology John E. Dayton I am very happy to be here today at this meeting in honour of the memory of Immanuel Velikovsky. I have been told that at the time of his death he ... Since 1978 new C 14 data has appeared [Friedrich et al 1990 with surprising results as follows. (All the radiocarbon dates are uncorrected.) The dates are certainly in chronological order but 300 to 400 years lower than the ones accepted by the establishment today. We shall see below that the date for Thera is very interesting. Dates Official New C ...
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