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201. The Timna Test [Aeon Journal $]
... and Albright were wrong by many centuries and that there was, accordingly, little Israelite involvement in the Negev and Arabah copper mining industry. And were it not for Velikovsky's revised Chronology, this is where the imbroglio would have remained. That Immanuel Velikovsky's revised chronology is back on the agenda of serious enquiry as a viable alternative to the conventional offering has come ... that the Negev and Arabah had been densely populated and mined in the first half of the first millennium (-999 /-500). They knew that Assyrian influences on pottery provided a vital chronological cross-check and that they could not be mistaken in these conclusions. But Beno Rothenberg and Yohanan Aharoni also knew! They knew that, in this debate, they had a chronological ... the first investigations on the island in 1956-57 we collected some pottery which was mainly Roman-Byzantine and medieval Arabic. There was also some rough and some decorated pottery which at first seemed chronologically unrelated, but in 1961, after the first Timna survey, it was identified as Early Iron Age I pottery. It was clearly the same Midianite (called at the time ...
202. The Nature of the Historical Record [SIS C&C Review $]
... , while the Greek historians showed a similar concern on their own account. In The Chronology of Ancient Kingdom amended [2, published in 1728, ISAAC NEWTON castigated the inflated chronologies to which this competition had given rise. In particular, he attacked the practice of Greek historians of allotting 40 years to a generation. By applying a more realistic figure of ... Three centuries later, Josephus expounded to the Roman emperor Titus the antiquity of the Jewish nation, while the Greek historians showed a similar concern on their own account. In The Chronology of Ancient Kingdom amended [2, published in 1728, ISAAC NEWTON castigated the inflated chronologies to which this competition had given rise. In particular, he attacked the practice of ... third hand, mainly via Church fathers of the later Roman Empire, like ST. AUGUSTINE, EUSEBIUS and JULIUS AFRICANUS. Their major concern, naturally, was to reconcile non-biblical chronological data with the scriptural record. But they also preserved, inter alia, the traditional dates of the Trojan War, the foundation of Carthage, Rome and the Greek colonies, ...
203. Focus [SIS C&C Review $]
... names have different meanings." During the discussion, Mr Jones made it clear, however, that he did not feel competent to pass judgement on Dr Velikovsky's thesis that the chronologies of Egypt and Western Asia needed to be realigned, since he was not familiar with the historical and archaeological material from the latter area; he accepted, however, that workers ... the stratigraphical record, which can establish not only sequences within a particular site but also the contemporaneity of levels of occupation (strata) at different sites. The implications for Velikovsky's chronology were that, although much of the documentary evidence adduced by Dr Velikovsky seemed open to more than one interpretation, the stratigraphical record in Palestine, Syria, Anatolia and Greece was ... ; so far, however, these had all been of the Graeco-Roman period. Much of the discussion centred on the fact that those who had spoken in favour of a drastic chronological revision on the lines proposed by Dr Velikovsky had nevertheless expressed reservations about the scheme he had outlined for the period following the 18th Dynasty of Egypt, in which he re-ordered ( ...
204. The Chronology of Israel and Judah Part IId [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History VIII:1 (Jan 1986) Home¦ Issue Contents The Chronology of Israel and Judah Part II D. Hickman 4. The Fall of Israel and Judah Menahem reigned in Samaria for ten years (768-758 B.C.) beginning in the thirty-ninth year of Azariah-Uzziah (2 Kings 15:14-17). In his reign ... Gileadite, who significantly judged Israel for 22 years (Judges 10: 1-5). It is the 48 years allotted to Abimelech, Tola, and Jair which have led some chronologists to view the 300 years mentioned by Jephthah as an approximation. It is impossible to fit these three judges and their 48 years along with the six to ten years needed to ... the chronology of the kings of Israel and Judah, the chronology of Israel during the time of the Judges is relatively simple. It is primarily a process of recognizing the major chronological clues for the period and then fitting everything else into that framework. In 1 Kings 6:1 we find that the fourth year of King Solomon was the 480 th year ...
205. The End of Mitanni and Some Related Problems [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... the Neo-Babylonian kings could have had any connection with-- let alone be identical to-- a number of rulers governing the very real Hittite civilization centered in Anatolia. Their chronologies for the history of Anatolia prior to the Persian invasion are a series of confusing statements that either completely ignore or attempt to mutilate the Hittite archives. The end result is that ... Contents The End of Mitanni and Some Related Problems Lester J. Mitcham* This article is the result of proposals by Dr. Robert Hewsen for the revision of Mitannian and Hittite chronology which appeared as "Eastern Anatolia and Velikovsky's Chronological Revisions," Parts I and II. in Kronos, Vol. I, Part 3, and Vol. IV, Part ... . Our knowledge of Mitannian history depends on known contacts with its neighbors-- Egypt in particular-- and will continue to be limited until the archives of this important but short-lived kingdom are discovered. The historical outline of this nation prior to the time of Tushratta is reasonably established, 1 and need not concern us here. But problems relative to the ...
206. Forum [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... mentioned in the stela, the 400 years must point to date prior to the 18th Dynasty. According to this chart, one sees the Rohl/James, Glasgow and conventional chronologies all pointing to some form of the Hyksos conquest. Are we then to believe that Ramesses II was celebrating the Hyksos conquest of Egypt? Rubbish! Was he celebrating the founding ... Stela", (ANET pp.252-53) is the only Egyptian text that pre-dates an era, and it is unfortunate that Dr Velikovsky didn't discuss it. It would have strengthened his chronology. David's answer shows the weakness of his chronology, and doesn't begin to answer the questions raised. His chart is not only misleading, but confuses the real issues. What ... admitted.(7) We cannot blithely assume a Velikovskian chronology, deduce a catastrophist astronomical cycle from it, and then hold forth the resulting astronomical dates as an argument in chronological debate- at least not without a number of caveats! Jim's arguments are as circular as his "cyclical" reconstruction, and tend towards combining the worst elements of the conventional ...
207. Homeric Troy and the Greek Dark Age [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1990 (Vol XII) Home¦ Issue Contents Homeric Troy and the Greek Dark Age by Dwardu Cardona Dwardu Cardona is Senior Editor of Kronos and Founding Father (in absentia) of the Canadian Society for Interdisciplinary Studies. His writings have appeared in many publications including Topper, The Ubyssey, Pensee, Kronos, The ... reinstate the genealogical link between Heracles and the early Spartan kings, but only in a general manner of speaking. Even so, what would this prove beyond the fact that classical chronologists were intelligent enough to calculate the correct number of mythical generations demanded by the particular tradition they wished to substantiate? 6. Dido and Aeneas Somewhat similarly Rohl contends that, once ... and quotations drummed into youngsters in school and college. It is by rote, which Warlow calls 'the basic way', that every child learns the complexities of speech, the chronological order of the alphabet, the days in the month, multiplication tables, spelling aids, and other fundamentals in the early garnering of knowledge. He was nowhere near exaggerating when ...
208. A New Interpretation of the Assyrian King List [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... the history of the ancient Near East, as presently interpreted, is in need of revision. While considerable attention has been focused on the problem of the apparent elongation of Egyptian chronology, caused in part by the now disproved synchronism between Shoshenk I and the Judean king Rehoboam, the area of Mesopotamia has largely been ignored. Like Egypt, southern Mesopotamia was ... the AKL is Ashur-rabi II. Only a few eponyms of that king have survived, while the AKL merely lists him as a son of Ashur-nasir-apli, who is assumed by conventional chronologists to be Ashur-nasir-apli I, grandfather of Ashur-nerari IV. From the time of Tukulti-Ninurta I we may note that there is some confusion with the name(s) of his son ... regarded as the main Assyrian line. Since the document known as the Synchronistic History (hereafter SH), apart from the obvious error at its beginning, is otherwise arranged in chronological order, we may note the following points. In regard to cross-synchronizations between Assyria and Babylonia, the entry concerning an Assyrian king Ashur-dan and his Babylonian contemporary, Zababa-suma-iddina, appears ...
209. The Pitfalls of Radiocarbon Dating [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... The Pylos beams are -800, the Gordion beams date from -700, Now the question arises, how can the radiocarbon method be used for deciding between the conventional and the revised chronologies. Many a reader of Volume I of Ages in Chaos, and a few readers to whom I made available the sequel volumes in typescript would agree that the reconstruction is built ... . This led Libby to write in 1963: ? The data [in the Table are separated into two groups Egyptian and non-Egyptian. This separation was made because the whole Egyptian chronology is interlocking and subject to possible systematic errors.. .? Also, ? Egyptian historical dates beyond 4000 years ago may be somewhat too old, perhaps 5 centuries too old ... -899 and -846 respectively. (3) These results were never published. These cases make me appeal that all tests, irrespective of how much the results disagree with the accepted chronological data, should be made public. I believe also that the curiosity of the British Museum Laboratory officials should have induced them to ask for additional material from the Tutankhamen tomb instead ...
210. Pyramid Builders and Hyksos [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1994 No 1 (Jan 1994) Home¦ Issue Contents Pyramid Builders and Hyksos by Michael G. Reade Revised chronologies for Egyptian history appear almost all still to be based on the assumption that the traditional sub-division into consecutive Old, Middle and New Kingdom eras is sound. Even Dr Velikovsky's original revision relies on this ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1994 No 1 (Jan 1994) Home¦ Issue Contents Pyramid Builders and Hyksos by Michael G. Reade Revised chronologies for Egyptian history appear almost all still to be based on the assumption that the traditional sub-division into consecutive Old, Middle and New Kingdom eras is sound. Even Dr Velikovsky's original revision relies on this ... Hyksos eras, could mark a significant step forward in the task of narrowing down the possibilities. Note A not unpromising solution to some of the Ramesside anomalies is presented in the chronological chart published by David Rohl on p. 28 of C&CW 1992:1 (particularly the 'overlaps' of Ramesses VI, VII, IX and XI, all of ...
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