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191. Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2000:1 "Proceedings of the SIS Silver Jubilee Event" Home | Issue Contents Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective By John Crowe John Crowe studied civil engineering at Manchester University and hydrology at Imperial College, London, before starting a career in the public water supply industry. He took early retirement from Thames Water in 1997 and is now enjoying a second life as a full-time student of ancient history. He is interested to apply the principles of civil engineering, such as foundation testing and quality control of building blocks, to historical reconstructions offered by fellow revisionists. He has been an SIS Council member for 4 ...
192. Chapter XXV: the Vague and the Sirian Years [Books]
... the rescue, and eke out the scantiness of the ancient records. To consider the subject further, we must pass from the mere question of the year to that of chronology generally. ...
193. The Date Of The Loss Of Atlantis (The Atlantis Myth) [Books]
... that is, `the New Aeon', `came in'. Now let us mention another `pair' of interesting figures. It is obtained by comparing the chronology of the Hindus with that of the Mayas. The `initial point' of the current Hindu era, the Era Kaliyuga, lies in 3102 BC. Their astronomical ... new era'. Other considerations allow us to place this event at something like 13,500 years ago. It is, of course, impossible to prove that the chronologists of these four great civilizations actually did start their new eras then. But it is very likely that there were distinct traditions of the capture of Luna upon which any ...
194. Star Names: Their Lore and Meaning [Books]
... On the Right-hand Side, i.e . to an observer facing eastward towards Mecca. In Chrysococca's Tables the title and Doctor C. Edward Sachau's translation of Al Biruni's Chronology renders it Shins Jemenicus. Riccioli had Halabor, which the 1515 Almagest applied to the constellation; and Chilmead, Gabbar, Eober, and Habor; while Shasri. ... , and perhaps influenced by the 43d verse of chapter xiii of the Gospel of Saint Matthew, said that the stars themselves were living beings; and Dionysius Exiguus, the chronologist of our 6th century, established in the constellations the hierarchies of the genii, assigning to the cherubim the domain of the fixed stars. Shakespeare has many allusions to ...
195. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , D. A: The Exodus Problem and Some of its Ramifications (2 vols.) Crest Books, 1972. Courville discusses Velikovsky's contribution to the revision of Egyptian chronology and offers his own synthesis. GASTER, T. H.: Myth, Legend and Custom in the Old Testament (Duckworth, 1969) A comparative study. ... Prentice Hall, 1975) £9 .90 A comprehensive account of the findings of the space probes. SCHAEFFER, C. F. A.: Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l'Asie occidentale (1948) (In French) - Postulates simultaneous destructions of civilisations throughout the eastern Hemisphere, although chronology differs trom Velikovsky's. PERIODICAL ARTICLE: Baity ...
196. Poleshift [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... down on it for thousands of years.... It's clearly rain precipitation that produced the features'."34 One establishment geologist, attempting to save the historical chronology claimed, contrary to Schoch, that the gullying erosion of the Sphinx was caused not by rainfall, but by ancient, trapped water inside the limestone which eroded its ... an Earthquake at Mycenae" which is part of... [the] new book, Archaeoseismology. Half a century after Claude Schaeffer published his ground-breaking Stratigraphie Comparee et Chronologie LAsie Occidentale, a number of archaeologists have started to speak their minds. "In fact, during the last 20 years, a gradual development towards neocatastrophism has occurred ...
197. The "Forgotten Empire". Ch. 4. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... few lines only) and of Seti and Ramses II (extensively). The el-Amarna letters, written in cuneiform, refer frequently to Hatti. This period in the conventional chronology covers the time from about-1500 to about-1250. Merneptah, who followed Ramses II, said that Hatti was pacified. Ramses III, supposedly of about ... , p. 35: ". . . das letzte Jahr der Zehnjahr-Annalen also das neunte voile Jahr ist. . . ." 2 "Da die Bruchstücke ihr gegenseitiges chronologisches Verhältnis in keinem Falle ohne weiteres zu erkennen geben, ist ihre Anordnung ein Problem für sich." A. Götze, "Die Annalen des Mursilis," Mitteilungen ...
198. Much Ado about Tippe Top (Vox Populi) [Journals] [Kronos]
... pp. 123, 239-241. 10. I. Velikovsky, Oedipus and Akhnaton (London,1960), p. 11. 11. Idem, "Astronomy and Chronology". This paper, first set in type in the early 1950's, was published only 20 years later in Pensée IVR IV (Spring-Summer 1973), pp. ... 27, n.2 ). - LMG] A DATE CORRECTION FOR RAMSES II To the Editor of KRONOS: 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 B. ...
199. The SIS Tenth Anniversary Tour of Egypt - Report [Journals] [SIS Review]
... but then followed by lazy afternoons spent under the canopy of the Nile Star's sun deck. Little groups would gather together with the cool of evening to re-commence discussion about matters chronological - a subject never far from the lips of enthusiastic SIS stalwarts. These little discussion groups invariably centred around our old friend and colleague, MICHAEL JONES whose vivid lectures ... rest of the party departed for the Nile Star, stopping on the way at the Colossi of Memnon. But, as usual, there was no rest for the committed chronologists amongst our group as we stayed behind at Medinet Habu to spend another two hours investigating the Shrines of the Gods' Wives. At 3 p.m . we ...
200. A Time of Pestilence and a Shaking of the Earth [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... , an affliction associated with madness and the wearing of sackcloth (cf. the biblical Nebuchadnezzar). [5 ] These outbreaks of natural phenomena do not contradict the Glasgow chronology, we might note, but they do not appear to have been devastating occurrences that we might compare with the wars of Homer's gods or the Mars of Velikovsky's Worlds ... destructions in the Near East and Aegean during late dynasty XIX and again during dynasty XX. These are generally assumed to be due to human agency, and even the Glasgow chronologists favored the Assyrian wars for some of the site destruction. [2 ] Too, the new scheme of James and Rohl coincides with the campaigns of Assurnasirpal II and ...
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