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171. C&C Workshop 1992, Number 2: Contents [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... Green, Darley Heights, Stopsley LU2 8TR, Bedfordshire, UK. CHRONOLOGY& CATASTROPHISM WORKSHOP is intended to provide a forum for the ongoing debate in the related subjects of revised chronologies, Biblical studies, mythology, astronomy, catastrophist geology and evolution. In its aim of increasing the possibilities for the exchange of ideas and information within the Society's membership, CHRONOLOGY ... From: C&C Workshop 1992, Number 2 Texts Home¦ SIS Workshop Home Society for Interdisciplinary Studies CHRONOLOGY& CATASTROPHISM WORKSHOP 1992, Number 2 Society News 1 ARTICLES Geological Genesis by Harold Tresman 4 Chronological Implications of a Proper Identification of the Labyrinth by Jesse E. Lasken 7 A Chronology for Mesopotamia (contra Heinsohn) by A. H. ... 10 Shamash and Sin by Dwardu Cardona 16 Menelaos Darkness Over Sinai: (Where was Moses when the light went out?) by Emmet Sweeney 18 FORUM: New Chronology Issues (Lasken, Porter, Newgrosh) MONITOR 22 REVIEWS: The Lost History of Ireland: an enquiry into the pre-Christian History of the Gaels- reviewed by Alasdair Beal 27 Human Sacrifice ...
172. ONElist : NewChronology [SIS Internet Digest $]
... to study the New Chronology proposed by David Rohl to explore his framework of chronology discussing the various disciplines of science to understand and refine his proposals. While there are other alternate chronologies in circulation, our prime goal is discussion of David Rohl's chronological outline. This is not an Orthodox Chronology group, nor is it a free-for-all on New Chronologies. The Bible ... you want to see Egyptology, Archaeology, and Archaeoastronomy line up with the Old Testament Narratives, then this is the list for you. Our purpose- to study the New Chronology proposed by David Rohl to explore his framework of chronology discussing the various disciplines of science to understand and refine his proposals. While there are other alternate chronologies in circulation, our ... goal is discussion of David Rohl's chronological outline. This is not an Orthodox Chronology group, nor is it a free-for-all on New Chronologies. The Bible is used& accepted as a historical document. There are still so many exciting things to figure out just on Rohl's chronology and archaeology in the book "Pharaohs& Kings" that there simply is no time ...
173. The SIS Silver Jubilee Event, September 1999 [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1999:2 (Feb 2000) Home¦ Issue Contents The SIS Silver Jubilee Event, September 1999 Jill Abery Some years ago David Salkeld decided that we had rested on our laurels for far too long after the original SIS Glasgow conference and set us on the road to what has proved to be a series of ... weather unfortunately deteriorated and only those desperate for fresh air ventured out. John Bimson kept us occupied until lunch with a scholarly assessment of archaeological evidence which should not be ignored by chronologists. After lunch Len Saunders presented evidence from Newgrange and Stonehenge to back his theory that the Moon had suffered major disturbances in historical times which had been recorded by the people who ... were fast approaching our 25th anniversary, so what could be more appropriate than a Silver Jubilee event? This was a chance to look back over our history and the history of chronological theories, together with the opportunity to air a few new theories and, in particular, to invite some of our friends from overseas to show us the way that post-Velikovskian ideas ...
174. Forum [SIS C&C 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 David's answer to my partially ... to follow. In order to give any sort of satisfactory reply to the question of the High Priests of Amun it is necessary to let out a veritable army of nasty little chronological goblins! If anything is to be gained by this exercise it is the certainty with which the reader will begin to see how insecure the orthodox chronology is when we discuss the ... in 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 the new ...
175. Review: A Bronze Age Disaster. Exodus to Arthur: Catastrophic encounters with comets, by M.G.L. Baillie [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1999:1 (Jul 1999) Home¦ Issue Contents REVIEWS A Bronze Age Disaster. Exodus to Arthur: Catastrophic encounters with comets by M.G.L. Baillie Batsford, London, 1999, ISBN 0713483520, hardback £19.99 Peter James There is an urgent need for an authoritative volume presenting the scientific evidence for recent global ... the dating of the ice core in question or the results of the analysis. There is now no consensus- as there was a few years ago- among dendrochronologists and ice-core chronologists over the proxy dating of Thera- but without that apparently impressive 'scientific' consensus, what is there to support a 17th-century date for the explosion of Thera at all? All ... watchdog is also needed for the work of other dendrochronologists. However please no more historical speculation like this. References 1. Baillie, M, 'Suck-In and Smear: Two Related Chronological Problems for the 1990s', Journal of Theoretical Archaeology 2, 12-16, 1991. 2. Zielinski, GA& Germani, MS, 'New Ice Core Evidence Challenges a 1620s ...
176. Letters [SIS C&C Review $]
... improve the low t-values linking Ireland to Carlisle and Carlisle to Southwark (which then links back to the AD Irish chronology). This can be seen by adding the new local chronologies to Baillie's diagram on p. 17 of JACF 4. It should be emphasised again that t-values in the range 3 to 4 do not constitute proof of a dendrochronology and that ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1996:1 Home¦ Issue Contents Letters Comets or configuration? I have been following Phillip Clapham's recent writings about British myths with great interest. I note that he is tending to explain most of the symbols and events in terms of comets and associated meteor streams, following the ideas of Clube and Napier. Whilst ... Orion Mystery I have just read Bauval and Gilbert's The Orion Mystery and notice that Phillip Clapham's review of it did not appear to mention the Epilogue, which contains some items of chronological significance. (i) The little door found at the end of the southern channel in the Queen's chamber had metal fastenings, thought to be copper. (ii) In ...
177. A Reply to Stiebing [Pensee]
... to bring us evidence against the reconstruction. In the chapter, "Astronomy and Chronology," I showed on what unfirm foundations the chronology of Egypt has been erected and how chronologies of countries that do not possess an absolute chronology of their own are built on the chronology of Egypt by the strength of archaeologically discovered contacts, and thus these chronologies, too ... age of Akhnaton as belonging to the first half of the fourteenth century before the present era. But how do we know this? The reader who carefully studies "Astronomy and Chronology" in the spring-summer issue (# 4) of Pensee learns that there is nothing but mistaken assumptions to prop up this dating. However, if such is the case, ... , mostly pottery. The effort in my reconstruction was in shifting the emphasis to archaeological literary evidence. It is from the literary evidence that the artifacts originally obtained their meaning as chronological indicators; but whereas at the base of the "orthodox" approach to historiography the reliance was mainly on such literary (non-contemporaneous) sources as the dynastic lists of Manetho ( ...
178. The Historicity of the Homeric Poems and Traditions [SIS C&C Review $]
... Egypt is one of the major causes of the current problems in early Greek history, for it is now taken for granted that Egyptian chronology is fixed and secure and that the chronologies of the rest of the ancient world must be dependent on Egypt for their dating. The question should therefore be asked why this is the case when the literary and archaeological evidence ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1989 (Vol XI) Home¦ Issue Contents Essay One: The Historicity of the Homeric Poems and Traditions Essays on Early Greek History in the light of the New Chronology by David Rohl David Rohl is currently studying for his degree in Ancient History and Egyptology at University College, London. The Director of the Institute ... only the first is published here) is intended to introduce the reader to the major historical issues which dominate Early Iron Age Greek history. In particular, discussion centres on the chronological relationship between the Late Bronze Age, the notorious Greek Dark Age and the Archaic Period. The topics are dealt with in essay form because research in this area of the New ...
179. A Date Correction for Ramses II [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... militarily 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. We are ... Workshop 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) and ... , was the king of Amurru at the time of the Battle of Kadesh. It was his defection to the Egyptian side that provoked the battle.(7) It is chronologically impossible that Hazael could have still been alive at the time of the Battle of Kadesh, by which time his third successor was king. In addition we know that the Hittite ...
180. Sethosis: the Seti II from the Kinglists? [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... , from some stories of an uncertain original..." What evidence does Clapham have to identify the powerful Sethosis with the rather spineless Seti II? According to the Glasgow Chronology this XIXth-Dynasty ruler reigned during the well-documented 8th century, as was recently argued by John Bimson in the context of his placement for this Dynasty as well as in the Appendix of ... evidence presented in favour of these identifications seems to be lacking. He probably felt tempted to identify these rulers, mentioned by Manetho, because of the similarity in names and the chronological order in which they appear. While Clapham is surely not the only one who has raised this suggestion, let us remember the words of Josephus: "... Manetho ... , but I wish to challenge Phillip Clapham to explain his proposals in more detail! Notes and References 1. SISR V:I, pp. 13ff. 2. Aegypt Chronologie, pp. 88 ff. 3. Tanis und Thebes (Gluckstadt-Hamburg-New York 1951), pp. 70-9. 4. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morsenlandischen Gesellschaft, no. 105 ( ...
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