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31. Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective [SIS C&C Review $]
... ruling Ptolemies, disputing much of what Herodotus had said. Both had access to the works of Herodotus and the Septuagint, as well as local temple records, and both produced chronologies dating back to an unbelievably dim and distant past. Professor Waddell, in his translation of the works of Manetho (1940) [1, said that the works of Berossus ... 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 ... many places outside Egypt, were used to date the archaeology of other countries around the Mediterranean. Velikovsky showed, from early archaeological reports, that this had led to many bitter chronological disputes between famous archaeologists, some of which remain unresolved today. Pottery from Mycenae in Greece was found in Egypt in association with Dynasty XVIII kings, so the start of the ...
32. The Answer to Clapham's Question: Revise! [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... and Ancient History XV:1 (Jan 1993) Home¦ Issue Contents The Answer to Clapham's Question: Revise! Jesse E. Lasken Phillip Clapham may be correct that Biblical chronologies are imperfect (C&AH 14, 1), but his reliance on conventional Near Eastern chronologies to support his proposed corrections is misguided. Clapham asserts the basic accuracy of ... radiocarbon evidence. While many conventional chronologists claim the radiocarbon evidence confirms the conventional chronologies, objective analysis suggests the opposite. Typically, those who use radiocarbon results to defend the Egyptian chronology ignore the "old wood" problem, misuse statistics, and rely upon dubious methodologies to make the data fit. 49 If they studied the data more carefully they would find ... to support his proposed corrections is misguided. Clapham asserts the basic accuracy of the conventional chronologies based on nothing more than an undocumented assertion concerning the radiocarbon evidence. While many conventional chronologists claim the radiocarbon evidence confirms the conventional chronologies, objective analysis suggests the opposite. Typically, those who use radiocarbon results to defend the Egyptian chronology ignore the "old wood" ...
33. Chapter III: The Historical Construction [The Age of Velikovsky] [The Age of Velikovsky] [Books]
... as opposed to their present placement of around -1410 to -1370. One of the cities mentioned in the letters was easily identified as Jerusalem. It existed under that name in both chronologies. However, conventional chronology encounters the problem of determining why it was referred to by an Israelite name years before the Israelites were there to provide that name. Two other cities ... countries which use this standard as a reference. In Ages in Chaos, Velikovsky describes a number of these problems and demonstrates how these problems are resolved by use of a revised chronology. Some of these points will be reviewed here, but first it is interesting to see how flaws entered this standard for world history. This was discussed by Velikovsky in an ... in the sixth year of a particular Pharaoh, it is often accepted that he ruled for six years; whereas, he may have actually ruled for twenty years. Compounding these chronological problems is the fact that the sequence of dynasties is not definitely determined. "Only in a few individual cases is there historical evidence to indicate the order of two dynasties that ...
34. Index of Titles [Uncategorised]
... of Moses, The Age of Purple Darkness, The Age of Reason: Some Insights, The Ages in Chaos in the Light of C14 Archaeometry Ages in Chaos versus the 'New Chronologies' of Rohl and James Ages of Bristlecone Pine, The Ahab and the Battles of Karkar and Ramoth-Gilead Akhenaten as Moses Akhnaton: A Geneticist's View Akhenaten- Heretic or Visionary Akhetaten ... : A Photographic Tour of Egyptian Antiquities...more Myths Monuments and Mnemonics: A Visit To Easter Island "A New Interpretation of the Assyrian King List" "Towards a New Chronology of Ancient Egypt," 10 Bright Sons of the East and the Sun 108-year Cyclicism of the Ancient Catastrophes, The 1552 Exodus, The 18 possible planets lacking a star 1989 ... Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Contributors Controversy: Catastrophism and Evolution, The Ongoing Debate Conventional Chronologists: Sothic or So Thick? Conversation with Barry Fell, A Core Ejection Hypothesis, The Core Ejection Hypothesis, The Corneille à l'Orange and Other Canards Cornell Lecture: Sagan on ...
35. Egyptian Dynasties 20-21 - Tony Rees responds [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... invalid, but these situations are only a few of the international anomalies created by those proposals. (I have elsewhere queried with New Chronology followers the anomalies that appear in the chronologies of the Hittites of Khatti, Carchemish and Malatya who were contemporaries of the 18-21st Egyptian dynasties.) The new proposed dates for the TIP have, in effect, made an ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1993 No 2 (Jan 1994) Home¦ Issue Contents Egyptian Dynasties 20-21- Tony Rees responds I applaud the efforts of Bob Porter, Bernard Newgrosh and David Rohl ('Forum', Workshop 1992:1)as they try to achieve a major compression and reduction in the dates for Egyptian dynasties 20-21. The results ... fragment, must have been Ben-Hadad I of Syria, Baasha of Israel and Asa of Judah (I Kings 15:20), since their wars would give the only appropriate chronological match. The stela is assumed to have been broken up and used for building material when Ahab recovered Israel's territory (I Kings 20:34). On a revised chronology ...
36. Some 'New Chronology' Issues [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... Seti I with Danaus's brother Sethos-Aegyptos. Apart from the similarity in their names, there is little to support the idea, either within the Egyptian or Greek legends, genealogies, chronologies and monuments. I have presented detailed evidence elsewhere, with other details forthcoming, identifying Danaus with the Hebrew Dan, and his suzerain brother Joseph as Sethos-Aegyptos, both of them ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1989 No 2 (Feb 1990) Home¦ Issue Contents FORUM Some 'New Chronology' Issues Tony Rees questions David Rohl: a). The Memphite genealogy of Ankhefensekhmet, as stated by David, does not list any names for the 20th dynasty. There seems to be, however, at least three possibilities for ... of Israel'. These 235 years of Edomite rule therefore ended before 1046 BC, the start of Saul's reign (or whatever other date is proposed for him). Any chronological reduction which brings about the start of the two four hundred year periods later than the start of Saul's reign in 1046 BC+ 235 years for the duration of the Edomite kingdom ...
37. Artificially Structured Biblical Chronologies [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1994 (Vol XVI) (Oct 1995) Home¦ Issue Contents Artificially Structured Biblical Chronologies by Anthony H. Rees In a forthcoming book, Cabbalistic Chronology, the present writer will demonstrate a number of principles that need to be recognised if the chronology of the Pre-Christian era is to be interpreted correctly. These are ... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1994 (Vol XVI) (Oct 1995) Home¦ Issue Contents Artificially Structured Biblical Chronologies by Anthony H. Rees In a forthcoming book, Cabbalistic Chronology, the present writer will demonstrate a number of principles that need to be recognised if the chronology of the Pre-Christian era is to be interpreted correctly. These are ... fixed points, there had been kept a continuous count of various cycles which had been recorded by means of the specialised symbols that were part of their secret tradition. As each chronological list was compiled, various reign lengths were changed slightly, resulting in a pattern of symbol values that could fix the list to an exact composite cyclical date, or describe situations ...
38. 1990 ISIS Fellowship Lecture Meeting [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... on for the interval was overwhelmed by the numbers present. Dr Baillie delivered a two part oration. His principal objective in the first part was to lay to rest 'revisionist' chronologies- those involving a 300 year (or greater) reduction in chronology in the first millennium BC. He carefully outlined the history of the development of the Irish bog oak tree-ring ... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1990 No 2 (Dec 1990) Home¦ Issue Contents HORIZONS 1990 ISIS Fellowship Lecture Meeting On Saturday 20th October 1990 the Institute of Archaeology in Bloomsbury, London, was the venue for a splendid lecture meeting. A packed auditorium heard Dr Mike Baillie of Queen's University, Belfast, and Professor Peter Warren of Bristol ... need to spell this out for his audience. The preferred archaeological date for the eruption of Thera (conventional chronology) was given by Professor Warren as c.1550 BC, following the chronological arguments adduced by Professor Kenneth Kitchen at the (1st) 'High, Middle or Low?' Conference on Chronology at Gothenburg. This date clearly does not tally with those produced ...
39. Review: The Gentile Times Reconsidered: Chronology and Christ's Return, by Carl Olof Jonsson [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1999:1 (Jul 1999) Home¦ Issue Contents The Gentile Times Reconsidered: Chronology and Christ's Return by Carl Olof Jonsson 3rd edition, Atlanta: Commentary Press, 1998 (360 pp.) Lynn E. Rose This is the story of a heretic, his heretical book, his 'trial' and excommunication ... obeyed the ruling.) The book itself is a brilliant chronological inquiry, by an all-too-infrequent contributor to C&CR. Indeed, Carl Olof Jonsson is one of the few chronologists with whom I nearly always find myself obliged to agree. The principal issue addressed in the book is whether Nebuchadnezzar's destruction of Jerusalem was or was not in 607/6BC- ... all his friends and many of his relatives, and that he should thereafter be regarded as dead. (Not everyone obeyed the ruling.) The book itself is a brilliant chronological inquiry, by an all-too-infrequent contributor to C&CR. Indeed, Carl Olof Jonsson is one of the few chronologists with whom I nearly always find myself obliged to agree. ...
40. Index of Authors [Uncategorised]
... Andy Lloyd, The Extended Habitation Zone Anne-Marie De Grazia, The Last Days of Velikovsky Annis Scott, Our Universe: Unlocking its Mysteries Anthony H. Rees, Artificially Structured Biblical Chronologies Anthony H. Rees, The Hebrew Patriarchs in Greek Tradition (Part I) Antoinette Mann Paterson, Mind and its Methods (1) ">: A Reflection on Neurotic ... Index of Authors and Titles Indexed by first name[ CD-Rom Home A A. H. Rees, A Chronology for Mesopotamia (contra Heinsohn) A. H. Rees, Avaris and the Land of Goshen A. M. Paterson, Giordano Bruno's View on The Earth without a Moon A. M. PATERSON, The Role of Ancient Myths in ... Phillips John Crowe, Ancient History Study Group Report on meeting of 6th March 1999 John Crowe, Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years- a Perspective John Crowe, Conventional Chronologists: Sothic or So Thick? John Crowe, Jonsson's Gentile Times John Crowe, SIS Study Group Meeting 16th October 1999 John Crowe, SIS Study Group 17th June 2000 John Crowe ...
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