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171. In Memoriam: Dr Claude Schaeffer-Forrer, 1898-1982: An Appreciation [Journals] [SIS Review]
... published the results of his excavations in Cyprus (Enkomi-Alasia, 1952; Alasia I, 1971). However, his most important and comprehensive work on Near Eastern archaeology and chronology in the Bronze Age, entitled Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l'Asie occidentale (IIIe et IIe millenaires) (Oxford 1948) has remained sadly neglected and undervalued for more ... three decades. This great work was conceived and written in unusual and unpromising circumstances. The fall of France in June 1940 found Schaeffer in England, engaged on cryptographic work, in the course of which his intimate knowledge of German had enabled him to decipher the German Naval Command's orders to the fleet assigned to invade Denmark and Norway. He ...
172. Bibliography (Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science) [Books]
... and Common Sense. New Haven: Yale University Press. Courville, Donovan A. (1971). The Exodus Problem and its Ramifications: A Critical Examination of the Chronological Relationships Between Israel and the Contemporary Peoples of Antiquity. Loma Linda, CA: Challenge Books. 2 vols. Craven, Wayne. (1968). Sculpture in ... ?" Isaac Asimov's Science Ficticn Magazine, 5 (Sept. 28), 84-95. Schaeffer, Claude F. -A. (1948). Stratigraphie comparee et chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale.... London: Oxford University Press. Schur, Max. (1972). Freud: Living and Dying. New York: International ...
173. Victory of The Sun [Books] [de Grazia books]
... " 178 Nature (September), 534. See Also: (1965), 190 Nature, 109. Ehrich, Robert W. Ed. (1965), Chronologies in Old World Archaeology, 4th impression 1971, U. of Chicago Press, Chicago & London. Eicher, Don L. (1974), "Geological Time ... . D. Holland (1974), "Primordial Oil Slick," 174 Science (October 10), 53-5. Laville, Henri (1978), Climatologie et Chronologie du Paléolithique en Perigord, Laboratoire de Plaentologie, U. de Provence, France. Lederer, Wolfgang (1968), The Fear of Women, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich ...
174. Science, Technology and the Chronology of the Ancient World [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon Volume VI, Number 6 Home | Issue Contents Science, Technology and the Chronology of the Ancient World Thoughts on Charles Ginenthal's Pillars of the Past Trevor Palmer As enshrined in the Constitution of the SIS, of which I am a member, the Principal Object of the Society is to use "historical and contemporary evidence of all kinds" to "promote active consideration by scientists, scholars and students of alternatives to [orthodox] theories", particularly those relating to chronology and catastrophism. Entirely consistent with that, Charles Ginenthal, in Pillars of the Past [1 ] provides evidence and arguments to suggest that orthodox ideas on chronology are based on insubstantial foundations. ...
175. The Reliability of Biblical Synchronisms in Constructing an Historical Chronology from Rehoboam to Hezekiah [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1994 (Vol XVI) (Oct 1995) Home | Issue Contents The Reliability of Biblical Synchronisms in Constructing an Historical Chronology from Rehoboam to Hezekiah by Daphne Garbett The Old Testament supplies the length of each king's reign, the age at accession of the Judean kings and the corresponding regnal year of the king of Israel until Hezekiah's accession. It should therefore be a straightforward matter to construct a chronology for the reigns of the kings of Judah and Israel. A simple computation, however, not only fails to synchronise with Assyrian and Babylonian data but is also internally inconsistent. The chief difficulty is that there is no way of knowing whether or ...
176. Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 1985) Home | Issue Contents Forum Questions from Lester J. Mitcham: While in broad terms I accept that the general thrust of the proposed David Rohl/Peter James chronology is correct, I am having difficulty with a number of the finer details. The points of most immediate interest are: 1) The Pasenhor genealogy': Pasenhor ... royal line, whilst on the other an administrative line related to the 21st Dynasty and functioning in the Southern religious capital of Thebes. It has already been proposed by orthodox chronologists that a second line of HPAs ruled over the cult centre to Amun at Tanis in order to explain the multiplicity of High Priests at this time, but there is ...
177. Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2001:1 (Apr 2001) Home | Issue Contents Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology R. M. Porter A number of interesting finds have been reported in the press such as the world's oldest city in Syria, carbon dated to c. 6000 BC, and a submerged village on an ... calibrated date of 916-832 BC at 2-sigma (98% confidence) which better fits the Aramaeans than Shishak. Mazar assumes that Shishak destroyed an earlier stratum, C-2. New Chronologists would probably assume errors in the calibration curve and propose a true destruction date in the second half of the 8th century, due to later Aramaeans or Assyrians, or ...
178. Worlds In Collision And Recent Finds In Archaeology. Ch.17 Supplement (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... has confirmed the, fact that the great walls of the city fell a few decades after the end of the Middle Kingdom. But at the same time in which conventional chronology places the arrival of the Israelites under Joshua in Canaan, there was no city at Jericho and no walls to fall. According to Ages in Chaos, however, ... Working independently of me, Professor Claude Schaeffer, whose earlier excavations at Ras-Shamra (Ugarit) caused a complete revolution in biblical exegesis, published a volume, Stratigraphie comparle et chronologie de I'Asie Occidentale (III and II millénaires), printed by the Oxford University Press.1 In this very detailed and technical work, comprising, together with tables ...
179. The Two Jehorams [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of Shalmaneser III. By questioning the "very existence of Jehoram, king of Israel" (and thereby extending the reign of Ahab), Velikovsky hoped to alleviate a chronological problem that he saw in synchronising the reigns of the kings of Israel with the Annals of Shalmaneser III. This king referred to Ahab of Israel in his sixth year ... instance of double dating is not unique (cf. II Kings 8:25 and II Kings 9:29), and far from being a stumbling block for Biblical chronologists such double dates are an essential key to the chronology of the Divided Kingdom. Any attempt to base a chronology for this period on a straight reckoning of the reign ...
180. Joseph and Imhotep [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... he was thirty which was at the beginning of seven plentiful years preceding the Seven Lean Years. This puts us squarely on the horns of a dilemma. By the accepted chronology of Egypt, the midpoint of Djoser's reign was around 2660 B.C . However, according to Hebrew history, Joseph was born around 1950 B.C . ... of the Egyptian kings of which, apart from some much edited extracts preserved by the Jewish historian Josephus, there remains only a garbled abridgement in the works of the Christian chronolographers SEXTUS JULIUS AFRICANUS (early 3rd cent. A.D .) and EUSEBIUS (early 4th cent. A.D .) , a much later compiler named ...
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