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181. Radiocarbon Dating: An Archaeological Perspective [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... ) Home¦ Issue Contents REVIEWS Radiocarbon Dating: An Archaeological Perspective by R. E. Taylor, (London: Academic Press, 1987) Anyone concerned with ancient history and chronologies cannot ignore radiocarbon dating results. Unfortunately, the technical nature of the subject causes misunderstanding among scholars and archaeologists about how radiocarbon dating is accomplished and the meaning and limitations of radiocarbon ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992 No 1 (Aug 1992) Home¦ Issue Contents REVIEWS Radiocarbon Dating: An Archaeological Perspective by R. E. Taylor, (London: Academic Press, 1987) Anyone concerned with ancient history and chronologies cannot ignore radiocarbon dating results. Unfortunately, the technical nature of the subject causes misunderstanding among scholars and ... dealing with a topic- say fractionization at 2.4- when he discusses that topic in connection with another topic. The chapter dealing with evaluation of radiocarbon data is especially important to chronologists. Those in serious disagreement with conventional chronologies but confronted with claims that radiocarbon data supports these chronologies will find Radiocarbon Dating: An Archaeological Perspective to be a gold mine of information ...
182. Fomenko is right! [SIS C&C 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 they then completely ignore this ... they 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 500-700 years ... work and only mention it again in their references. They go on to list (some of) the claims made on Fomenko's Internet Website and give a reasonable outline of the chronological implications of Fomenko's theory as it relates to English History. They then list a few of the further implications of Fomenko's theory. However the information on the Website is intended only ...
183. Chapter XXVII: The Calendar and its Revision [Dawn of Astronomy (Book)] [Books]
... to us, he discussed all the statements made by Censorinus, and comes to the conclusion that his account is to be depended upon. It has followed from the inquiries of chronologists that in this year the 1st of Thoth took place on July 20 (Julian), the date originally of the heliacal rising of Sirius, the beginning of the year. ... , it must be remembered that chronologists are in the habit of designating by I, or rather by I, the first year which precedes the instant of time at which the chronological year commenced, while astronomers mark this year in their tables by 0. It follows, therefore, that the rank of any year B.C. is always marked by an additional ... in the chronological dates. For the Cliristian era, of course, chronologiscs and astronomers work in the same way. The following table, given by Biot, exhibits the connection between these two methods. In. the latter Biot shows the leap-years marked B, and the corresponding years in the Scaligerian chronological period are also given. Loc. cit., ...
184. C&C Workshop 1993, Number 1: Contents [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... some fields, SIS contributors have developed his work several stages further and Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop is intended to provide a forum for this continuing 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 ... From: C&C Workshop 1993, Number 1 Texts Home¦ SIS Workshop Home Society for Interdisciplinary Studies CHRONOLOGY& CATASTROPHISM WORKSHOP 1993, Number 1 Society News 1 ARTICLES Chronological Implications of a Proper Identification of the Labyrinth: Part II by Jesse E. Lasken 3 Geological Genesis (Revised version) by Harold Tresman 9 Compelling Insights: Concluded in Sorrow ... Dwardu Cardona 14 MONITOR 17 REVIEWS: Paradigm Lost? The Facts of Life and Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors reviewed by Trevor Palmer 22 Who Were the Neo-Assyrian Kings?- a review by David Roth 28 Moons, Myths and Man- reviewed by Phillip Clapham 28 LETTERS from R. Atkinson, P. Clapham, A. H. Andrew, E. Crew ...
185. The Lion Gate of Mycenae [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... the section ? The Scandal of Enkomi ? we shall read how Evans objected to the chronological implications of Cypriote archaeology by stressing relations between the Egyptian and the Minoan (Cretan) chronologies on the one hand, and Minoan and Cypriote on the other. In Ages in Chaos it was shown in great detail why the end of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt must ... that Mycenae must have borrowed the image from there, from a period well preceding the Phrygian models. 16 Yet one should not lose sight of the fact that Crete ? s chronology was also built upon relations with Egypt. In the section ? The Scandal of Enkomi ? we shall read how Evans objected to the chronological implications of Cypriote archaeology by stressing relations ... the Egyptian and the Minoan (Cretan) chronologies on the one hand, and Minoan and Cypriote on the other. In Ages in Chaos it was shown in great detail why the end of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt must be placed in the latter part of the ninth century. Thus even if Crete was the original source of the motif, Mycenae and ...
186. C&C Review 1991 Issue (Volume XIII): Contents [SIS C&C Review $]
... Should the European Oak Dendrochronologies be Re-examined? 30 In the first of three articles reviewing dendrochronology and calibrated radiocarbon dates, Jesse Lasken questions the soundness of the Irish and German oak chronologies and their independence, both from one another and from the bristlecone pine chronology in the USA. Bernard Newgrosh: Calibrated Radiocarbon and 'the Methodological Fault-Line' 35 Examines the difficulties caused ... From: C&C Review 1991 Issue (Volume XIII) Texts Home¦ SIS Review Home Chronology& Catastrophism Review Journal of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies 1991 Issue (Volume XIII) Contents Prof Melvin A. Cook: Earth Tectonics Viewed from Rock Mechanics 2 According to Carey's Rheid theory, which underpins modern Continental Drift theory, even granite will flow ... rock mechanics, a rapid split of the primordial super-continent. Bob Porter: The Archaeology of Shiloh and Pottery Chronology 21 Bob Porter examines the excavation reports for Shiloh, noting some chronological anomalies. In resolving these he produces a radically new interpretation of pottery chronology for the MB/LB/Iron ages. Horizons: 1991 ISIS Fellowship Lecture given by Prof Manfred ...
187. The Reign Lengths of Saul and Labayu [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1990 No 2 (Dec 1990) Home¦ Issue Contents FORUM The Reign Lengths of Saul and Labayu a rejoinder from Tony Rees: Due to further research into the number symbolism contained in the structure of the Bible chronology, I have now come to the conclusion that the entire chronological details within Acts 13:18-22 ... almost certainly symbolically based and do not refer to actual historical lengths of time. Thus I retract my proposals concerning Saul's reign being 40 years in length (Workshop 1989:1, p. 23). However, due to deductions based on the related historical details concerning the ages of Saul, David, Ish-Baal, Solomon and Rehoboam, it is possible ... statement that Saul 'spent the first half of his reign quietly consolidating' or that 'the more active part of his reign was the latter end'. From the viewpoint of the chronologer, Bernard must now realign his arguments to show that Labayu's known nine years of rule correlate with the last nine years of Saul's minimum 20-21 year rule. In so doing, ...
188. SIS Conference 2002: Ages still in Chaos [SIS Internet Digest $]
... the next issue of C&CR. Similarly, in like fashion, the next lecturer, Charles Ginenthal, was also absent. His paper, 'Scientific Foundations of Ancient Near-Eastern Chronologies' was read by Janek Pietron, who is the Treasurer of SIS. The following day, Sunday, my brother and I again arrived late, due to unreliable train times ... . His lecture was quite detailed and discussed the possibilities of a unification of three different middle-eastern chronologies. As I remember, these differences could solve a lot of outstanding problems of chronology concerning Pyramid dating, the Exodus period and subsequent. Apparently, a lot of these dates can be meaningfully unified into a common denominator and there was evidence to back up these ... following day, Sunday, my brother and I again arrived late, due to unreliable train times and completely missed the lecture by Dr. John Bimson on 'Finding the Limits of Chronological Revision'. We arrived at tea-break. However, following the tea-break, Emmet Sweeney gave a vigorous rendition of 'Velikovsky, Glasgow and Heinsohn combined'. As with David Rohl ...
189. The Chronology of Israel and Judah Part I [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... D. Hickman 1. Introduction The purpose of this paper is to establish a logical chronology based upon the information preserved in the Old Testament. Perhaps the most famous of such chronologies are the attempts of Irish Archbishop James Ussher (1581-1656) and, in our time, Edwin R. Thiele. Ussher's researches led him to set the date of the creation ... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History VII:2 (July 1985) Home¦ Issue Contents The Chronology of Israel and Judah Part I D. Hickman 1. Introduction The purpose of this paper is to establish a logical chronology based upon the information preserved in the Old Testament. Perhaps the most famous of such chronologies are the attempts of Irish Archbishop James ... prophets also arose to warn the people of impending calamities. Because these prophets recorded events that had happened or were about to occur to these nations, they occasionally also recorded important chronological information and should not be ignored. The first step is to establish a starting date for our chronology. As E.J. Bickerman wrote, "Every dating, however, is ...
190. Tiglath-pileser versus Pul: Who is Pulling Whose Leg? [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... arguing the existence of a coregency. I can respect this approach to the data. Others have used coregencies too often and for little or no reason, while some more recent chronologies do not allow for any coregencies as the text does not explicitly support such occurrences in the history of the kings of Israel and Judah. 1 Others, and I have only ... does not justify his approach to the Bible, his anti- establishment bias and his cavalier (mis)treatment of all that has gone before. His book deals with the chronology of the Hebrew kings, the Assyrian king Tiglathpileser, Belshazzar and Darius the Mede, Ahasuerus and Xerxes and the Egyptians and Ethiopians. My comments will be primarily limited to his ... for the end of the monarchy in Judah, 587/586 B.C., is derived from Assyro-Babylonian sources. Thus the dates for the end of both monarchies derive from outside chronological traditions. Indeed without these terminal dates we could not begin to calculate the initial date of the Biblical kings. We might be able to determine a relative chronology but without an ...
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