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221. Ancient Near Eastern Chronology: To Revise or not to Revise? [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History XIV:1 (Jan 1992) Home¦ Issue Contents Ancient Near Eastern Chronology: To Revise or not to Revise? Phillip Clapham Cosmic Disaster In C&AH XII:2 Sean Mewhinney (like Leroy Ellenberger previously) claims a catastrophe as described in Velikovsky's 'Worlds in Collision' simply could not have occurred in the ... transjordan and the hill country above the major trade arteries Egypt wished to control. A location of Saul during mid dyn 20 seems to be relevant. Whether this provides a firm chronological fix between Israel and Egypt depends on whether or not the subsequent biblical chronology was directly successive, i.e. in the original traditions the Saul stories may have been quite sep arate ... called Priestly author), represents a more comprehensive and elaborate historiography. 6 I suggest interested readers obtain a copy of Van Seters work in order to assess the extensive arguments. Chronologically, and the feature I find most attractive, Israelite historiography developed contemporary with its appearance in Babylonia, Greece, Egypt, and Phoenicia-- the 6th and 5th centuries B.C ...
222. On the Survival of Velikovsky's Thesis in 'Ages in Chaos' [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... subject to minor adjustment. By this arrangement the various known synchronisms among the Ramessides, the kings of Dynasty XXI, and the High Priests can be fitted satisfactorily. Are Alternate Chronologies Eliminated? From a perusal of Bierbrier's genealogical study it would almost seem that its construction was designed to challenge Velikovsky's previous chronology of Egypt, with its grossly abbreviated period. In ... was apparent to Velikovsky himself that if his thesis in Ages in Chaos[1 was to survive, it was going to be necessary to define a satisfactory method for considering the chronology of the late Egyptian dynasties to meet the forward movement of the earlier dynasties by some 500 years. In the last chapter of his volume he had promised that such a reconstruction ... of their repetition. When Velikovsky adopted a placement of the Exodus/Hyksos invasion at the end of Dynasty XII it was a move in the right direction. With such a chronological revision as he has proposed it is to be expected that biblical incidents will now appear earlier in the history of Egypt. But he lost this advantage by his later move of ...
223. World Fire [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... deal with the problems of synchronism, and the order of events, always political or cultural in nature. The catastrophe in nature constituted but the starting point for the inquiry in chronology and true order of succession of political events. As the reader certainly noticed, it was not my prime concern in Ages in Chaos to establish an absolute chronology; the proper ... the radiocarbon dating method later completely justified this conclusion. In the near East we have probably in no other place as good as in Jericho the chance to compare the results of chronological research with the literary traditions of catastrophic events. References It is often asserted that the Era of Nabonassar was Ptolemy ? s invention; but it is a fact that one of ... was so impressed by what he found that during the next few years, in the time of World War II, he put into writing a voluminous work, Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l ? Asie occidentale (IIIe et IIe millennaires), published by Oxford University Press in 1948. In over five hundred hundred pages he showed conclusively that the ancient East ...
224. 'Peoples of the Sea': An Art Historical Perspective [SIS C&C Review $]
... historical aspects and implications of Velikovsky's historical reconstruction. It is hoped that the discourse presented here will spur other art historians and archaeologists to enter into a rational discussion of the revised chronology. "The gauntlet is there and must be taken up." 'The Mound of the Jew' In 1870, E. Brugsch discovered a large number of enamelled tiles in ... and Furtwängler had a bitter feud when it came to dating archaeological material uncovered at Olympia (6); the excavation of Tiryns, likewise, gave rise to its share of chronological debate (7). In all cases, the common denominator was the fact that internal evidence had to be disregarded in favor of the time scale of Egypt. Apparently, ... the revised chronology, however, Seti II should be placed in the seventh century BC and Ramses III in the fourth century BC. The artistic problem of stylistic influence is thus chronologically reconciled. (Cp. this to Velikovsky's discussion of Assyrian hunting scenes, pp. 73-4 of Peoples of the Sea.) Velikovsky has rightly refocused attention on the perplexing enamelled ...
225. Peoples of the Sea: An Art Historical Perspective... [Kronos $]
... historical aspects and implications of Velikovsky's historical reconstruction. It is hoped that the discourse presented here will spur other art historians and archaeologists to enter into a rational discussion of the revised chronology. The gauntlet is there and must be taken up. "The Mound of the Jew" In 1870, E. Brugsch discovered a large number of enamelled tiles in a ... and Furtwangler had a bitter feud when it came to dating archaeological material uncovered at Olympia;(6) the excavation of Tiryns, likewise, gave rise to its share of chronological debate.(7) In all cases, the common denominator was the fact that internal evidence had to be disregarded in favor of the time scale of Egypt. Apparently, ... revised chronology, however, Seti II should be placed in the seventh century B.C. and Ramses III in the fourth century B.C. The artistic problem of stylistic influence is thus chronologically reconciled (Cp. this to Velikovsky's discussion of Assyrian hunting scenes, pp. 73-74 of Peoples of the Sea). Velikovsky has rightly refocused attention on the perplexing enamelled tiles ...
226. The Genesis of Israel and Egypt by Emmett Sweeney [SIS C&C Review $]
... Dynasty 6 and Apophis 1 and II of Dynasty 15, as has previously been noted by Tony Rees and others. Michael Reade [15 pointed out that while nearly all revised chronologies still assume that the traditional Old/Middle/New Kingdom sequence is correct, The Pyramid Age shows Sweeney is an exception, as are Heinsohn and Lasken. He agrees with ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1997:1 (Oct 1997) Home¦ Issue Contents REVIEWS The Genesis of Israel and Egypt by Emmett Sweeney (Janus, London, 1997, £6.95, ISBN: 1 85756 350 6) Summary The book The Genesis of Israel and Egypt was introduced and summarised by its author, Emmett Sweeney, in ... destruction and devastation worldwide. His first chapter presents evidence for floods and destructions within the archaeological record across the Middle East. Drawing on the work of Heinsohn and Schaeffer, the chronological inconsistencies in the stratigraphies of Egypt, Syria, and Mesopotamia are exposed. With the identification within the archaeological record of the effects of this universal catastrophe, the ancient civilisations of ...
227. Letters [SIS C&C Review $]
... by no means universally accepted. My principal interest lies in confirmation of the planetary disturbances postulated by Velikovsky for the era 900-700 BC, rather than in their precise effect on the chronologies of the Middle East and Egypt. I am therefore inclined not to worry too much about uncertainties of plus or minus two or three years (even a little more) in ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 2001:1 (Apr 2001) Home¦ Issue Contents Letters Saturn and the Primordial Light I found C&CR 2000:1 very informative, particularly John Crowe's article, since as a historian it has been chronology which interests me most. With regard to the Saturnian Configuration theory, which is intriguing, I ... for the same event: 1368BC as stated in 'Conclusion Twenty-Two', 1248BC based on the 'New Chronology' date for the treaty between Hattusilis III and Ramesses II. This peculiar chronological distortion not only explains why the equation Ramesses III- 'Shishak' proved the better option, it places the validity of the whole of the 'New Chronology' in doubt. This ...
228. The Libyans in Egypt: Resolving the Third Intermediate Period [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... Thiele's chronology, which I regard as unworkable. I follow Dirkzwager's absolute dates for the Twenty-Second Dynasty, 780-660 B.C. (approximately), but not his biblical and Nineteenth-Twentieth Dynasty chronologies relative to it. The Third Intermediate models Of Velikovsky, Glasgow, Courville, James-Rohl, and Clapham are all rejected. I have no doubt this will not be the last ... : Catastrophism and Ancient History VIII:1 (Jan 1986) Home¦ Issue Contents The Libyans in Egypt: Resolving the Third Intermediate Period Martin Sieff Central to solving the perplexing chronology of the Third Intermediate Period in Egypt is the dating of the Twenty-Second (Libyan) Dynasty. In "The Age of Mars" I argued for a "naturally stretched out ... , the biblical record, and the Antsey biblical chronology as developed here, are the necessary pillars on which to build a lasting solution to this most complicated and mysterious of the chronological problems of ancient Egypt. Notes and References 1. Chronology of the Old Testament. Kriegel Publications, 1973. 2. K. A. LeFlem, "Amenophis, Ozarsiph ...
229. The Dating of Hammurabi [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... inconsistent within themselves and are at variance with retro-calculations for Venus at the observed times);[4 (6)all of which give us at present at least three basic chronologies with variations for fixing the Hammurabi dynasty. They are accordingly called the Low, Middle, and High chronologies. Thus, for Hammurabi's first year three possible dates are offered: ... begins to invade Canaan. The Exodus from Egypt was 480 years before the end of the fourth year of King Solomon (1 Kings 6:1). The currently accepted chronology of Edwin Thiele places the accession of Rehoboam of Judah and Jeroboam I of Israel at 931 B.C. Rehoboam's father Solomon ruled 40 years (1 Kings 11:42), ... kings the original numbering system used may have been decimal but was later misinterpreted as sexagesimal by a scribe.[49 Some of the confusion in dating these kings derives from the chronological statements of the last king of Babylon, Nabonidus. Leonard King noted: "According to Nabonidus 3200 years elapsed between the burial of Naram-Sin's foundation-inscription in the temple of Shamash at ...
230. A Critique of "Ramses II and His Time" [SIS C&C Review $]
... chronology. Open-minded archaeologists should find the anomalies marshalled by Velikovsky a disturbing problem, and it is hoped that not a few will be stimulated into considering alternatives to the presently accepted chronologies of Anatolia and Syria/Palestine. However, I am not so sure that the historical arguments for this part of Velikovsky's reconstruction will really appear satisfactory to scholars and students of ... His Time, is likely to be one of his most controversial works. In those chapters dealing mainly with archaeological questions Velikovsky continues to expose serious weaknesses in the conventional scheme of chronology. Open-minded archaeologists should find the anomalies marshalled by Velikovsky a disturbing problem, and it is hoped that not a few will be stimulated into considering alternatives to the presently accepted chronologies ... , who also provided a significant part of the material for the special issue of our last volume, where a wide Variety of new and compelling evidence was presented to support the chronological revision Velikovsky proposed in the, first book of the AGES IN CHAOS series, "From the Exodus to King Akhnaton". Peter James' detailed consideration of the latest volume ...
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