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21. Hazor and the anachronisms in the chronology of the Ancient Near East [SIS C&C Review $]
... -1600 Ben Tor's search for Hazor's Old-Babylonian archive in bottom of this stratum. Table 2 Comparative Stratigraphy Returning to Mari's Old-Babylonian archive in which Hazor was mentioned, if one sets textbook chronologies aside and allows oneself the liberty of following reason and hard stratigraphical evidence, the confusion hampering the excavators of Hazor may well be overcome: stratigraphically, Old-Babylonian texts from within Mesopotamia ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1996:1 Home¦ Issue Contents Hazor and the anachronisms in the chronology of the Ancient Near East by Gunnar Heinsohn (This text is dedicated to Abraham Rabinovich of The Jerusalem Post who keeps the outside world so entertainingly up to date on the excavations in the Land of Israel.) In 1850, Josias Leslie ... the Mitanni by about half a millennium. So far there is no archive but individual tablets inscribed in cuneiform were indeed found in Hazor's upper layers. They bewildered the excavators for chronological reasons. They did not (as expected) belong to the 1st millennium BC but were written in Old-Babylonian Akkadian from the time of the enigmatic Martu/Amurru/Amorites who ...
22. A Return to the Two Sargons and Their Successors [Aeon Journal $]
... .), Mysteries of the Bible (N. Y., 1988), p. 41. [64 B. Aaronson, "On the Merits of the Revised Chronologies," Chronology& Catastrophism Workshop 1988:1, p. 18. [65 Herodotus, op. cit., I:7; L. Ginzberg, The Legends ... " In a short paper, published as a letter to the editor, devoted to stratigraphical evidence, [12 Ginenthal wrote: "Dwardu Cardona offers lengthy criticisms of Professor Heinsohn's chronology, though the latter's reconstruction does appear to be in harmony with the stratigraphic facts. For all the length of his criticism, Cardona's effort is not persuasive in spite of his ... ), which they had formerly preceded by a full millennium, as this dynasty now ends in the 7th/6th century BCE..." [96 So many other chronologists have jumped on this band wagon [97 that the subject deserves a paper of its own. All I wish to state here is that, having acquired his information from the ...
23. The Homeric Question [SIS C&C Review $]
... somebody who knew something about the beginning of the world appeared older than someone who talked about the Trojan War. Apparently there is already a significant time gap in the various Greek chronologies for Homer: between the Fall of Troy (dated to the 12th century BC by classical Greek chronology) and the times of Archilochos (traditionally dated to the 7th century BC ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1996:1 Home¦ Issue Contents The Homeric Question by Benny J. Peiser 'I have looked deeply into the question of Hesiod's date and Homer's, but it is no pleasure to me to write about it, being too aware of the extraordinary censoriousness of people in general, and most of all of those who ... the more critically the Greek documents are studied, the more doubts there are about the dogma of Homer's age and the early Iron Age of Greece. In contrast to our New Chronologists, who want to prove mythology and sacred history, critical historians are well aware of the fact that the reliable history of early Greece cannot be detected before the late 6th century ...
24. Talk by Bob Porter on Middle Assyrian History [SIS C&C Review $]
... intrusive? Bob said that generally there seem to be two clear layers. You might get burials and things as well poking in here and there. Bob Porter APPROXIMATE COMPARISON OF CHRONOLOGIES Orthodox Chronology (CAH) New Chronology Middle Assyrians Ashur-uballit I 1365-1330 <--Amarna Adad-nirari I 1307-1275 Shalmaneser I 1274-1245 Tukulti-Ninurta I 1244-1208 Ashur-dan 1179-1134 Ashur-uballit Ia c.1200 Adad-nirari I Tiglath-pileser I 1115-1077 ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 2001:1 (Apr 2001) Home¦ Issue Contents SIS Ancient History Study Group Meeting 19th Feb 2000 David Fairbairn, Daphne Garbett, Damien Mackey, David Roth, David Salkeld, Emmet Sweeney, John Crowe, Janek Pietron, Phillip Clapham and Val Pearce were present. Talk by Bob Porter on Middle Assyrian ... third because after this Elamite king you had his brother, his cousin and then his son. So people can make wrong conclusions from this use of son or grandfather and make chronological deductions from that which are wrong. Daphne asked whether we have any actual cases where we know this isn't the son or the father of the person that he said he is ...
25. The Sothic Dating of the Twelfth and Eighteenth Dynasties [Kronos $]
... no certain conclusions; but over the years the hypotheses proposed have come to be taken as facts now so firmly accepted that they are used as secure checks against other Near Eastern chronologies, as well as against carbon-14 dating. Long examines all the known Sothic dates, seven in number, but his strictures are reserved essentially for the first and second in time ... itself is hindered and frustrated by the fact the papyri have not as yet been published.(4) Taken together these seem strong arguments, quite sufficient to invalidate the accepted chronology for the Twelfth Dynasty and leave that dynasty floating in a range of two hundred years, plus or minus. Unfortunately for Long, however, he committed the cardinal sin for ... his conclusion he states: The two remaining Sothic dates are subject to serious doubt. Admittedly, they seem to fit the Sothic pattern and coordinate with the other dates. Have chronologists, however, juggled the reigns and figures in order to reconcile the evidence? To a certain degree this has definitely occurred. The Sothic date in Dynasty XII cannot be assigned ...
26. The Past Comes Down [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... of this method are of such magnitude that we will have to abandon it completely [2 (29). Since Heinsohn has seriously questioned the Assyriological, Sumerological and the Egyptological chronologies [3, the only way left seemed to be the abandonment in toto of all such dubious dating aids (57, 61). With that, the way had been ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1991 No 1 (July 1991) Home¦ Issue Contents The Past Comes Down A Proposal for a Drastically Shortened Chronology for Our Prehistory (Palaeo-, Neo-, and Megalithic) and early Advanced Civilizations, up to the Beginnings of Roman Hegemony by Dr. Heribert Illig [* This article has been translated ... all such dubious dating aids (57, 61). With that, the way had been open to review archaeological finds and situations which, in the context of the conventional chronological scheme, had to be considered as enigmatic (52): The Illyrian golden masks of Trebeniste (530 B.C.) are demanding, because of their similarity to those of ...
27. The Thirteenth Theory of the Hyksos [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... triplication to 24th/23rd century Old-Akkadians is due to pseudo-astronomical and Bible Fundamentalist chronology ideas of modern Egyptology and Assyriology respectively. Because of these ideas, the Bronze and Iron Age chronologies of the Ancient Near East and Egypt (Heinsohn/Illig 1990; Heinsohn, 1991) are haunted by some 2.000 phantom years for which there is no convincing basis in stratigraphy ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992 No 1 (Aug 1992) Home¦ Issue Contents The Thirteenth Theory of the Hyksos by Gunnar Heinsohn I. Twelve defunct theories on the Hyksos Do not touch the Hyksos! This advice will be heard time and again by anyone trying to solve the ultimate riddle of the Ancient Near East. The graveyard of ... , 1969, pp. 121ff.). The first Asian power, that claimed Kaptaru (Crete) as the western limit of its empire, were the Old-Akkadians. For chronological reasons, modern scholars have ruled out this claim: 'It is impossible to impose this on the 3rd millennium' (Edzard, 1974, p. 973). Yet, ...
28. Assyria, Karduniash, Babylon: A Rational chronology [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... of Egypt, Israel, Hatti, and Greece withoutaligning Assyria, Karduniash, and Babylon as well, is not achieving substantial conclusions that can withstand scholarly criticism With relative ease the chronologies of Egypt, Hatti, and Greece fall in place with approximately 500-year adjustments made to the chronological scheme; The Egyptian New Kingdom is redated from 1500-1250 B.C.. to 1000-750 ... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History V:2 (July 1983) Home¦ Issue Contents Assyria, Karduniash, Babylon: A Rational chronology Barry Page A revised chronology must be a complete revised chronology. It must solve the issue of all the countries under chronological debate and comprehensively realign all the dates and data at hand. To work out the revision ... the chronology of Egypt, Israel, Hatti, and Greece withoutaligning Assyria, Karduniash, and Babylon as well, is not achieving substantial conclusions that can withstand scholarly criticism With relative ease the chronologies of Egypt, Hatti, and Greece fall in place with approximately 500-year adjustments made to the chronological scheme; The Egyptian New Kingdom is redated from 1500-1250 B.C.. ...
29. Some observations from Jesse Lasken concerning the 'new chronology' [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... for discounting this evidence. To me his argument seems to be completely false. Can Porter honestly follow Schmidt in this? Do the new chronologists accept the same order, relative chronologies, and distinction in style as do conventional chronologists (of which Schmidt is one) between the 19th and 20th Dynasties? I gather not, so on what grounds does Porter ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992 No 2 (Jan 1993) Home¦ Issue Contents FORUM Some observations from Jesse Lasken concerning the 'new chronology' The attempts in the Forum section of Workshop 1992:1 to refine the 'new chronology' left something to be desired. Apparently, to maintain their basic chronological framework, the new chronologists are compelled ... reduce the period of time assigned to the 19th Dynasty. Let me point out some flaws in the arguments presented by Porter and Newgrosh. First, Porter's use of the conclusions of conventional chronologists like Kitchen and Aldred to justify the shortening of certain reigns appears methodologically unsound. The conclusions of conventional chronologists on specific points cannot usually be separated from the various assumptions ...
30. Scientific Dating Methods In Ruins [The Velikovskian $]
... dates have been rejected because of unresolvable contamination problems and only wood dates that seem to be from stratigraphically significant material have been used. Other dates could be used to construct other chronologies. (24) (Emphasis added.) The investigators have chosen, once again, only the dates that agree with their assumptions. Out of hundreds of dates, they ... a common delusion.... Expectancy leads to self-deception, and self-deception leads to the propensity to be deceived by others. (1) The foundation for establishing a valid chronology of the ancient world is extraordinarily difficult. According to Donovan A. Courville: The problems involved in setting up a credible chronology of the ancient world are immense. This fact ... documentation in its broadest sense, that is, comparison of writing, architectural forms, pottery shapes and designs, etc., the modern historian has turned to science to overcome chronological problems. In this respect, we are told that there are scientific methodologies that can give absolute dates of great specificity, validating, clearly, the historical chronology established over the ...
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