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... 129 ACE, also wrote in the second century ACE. (8 ) Modern historians are still debating whether his history of Alexander constitutes one of his earlier or later works. (9 ) We do know, however, that ... reported encounters with these Amazons. The first group of questions concerns the very existence of Amazons: are they a historical people? Did these encounters really occur? The second group concerns their mythological basis: how can Alexander have met ... events? The fourth group of questions concerns the nature of historical writing in the ancient world: did all the historians agree on the events, and if not, why? Is there a uniform approach in proving the events de-scribed ...
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... called also to the 1992 book, The Creationists, by Dr. Ronald L. Numbers, Professor of the History and Science of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin. The Beal review of PEM is given in Chapter I along ... 163 National Geographic Society 16" Globe Relief Map and Hard Rock Blasting Provide Answers. Pangaea and Continental Drift in Historical Geology; Carey's "rheid" concept false; Carey terminology and modifications; Mapping Pangea; Types of brittle facture ... radiocarbon information. (Scientists always avoid, many even ridicule, Bible dating) But even some of the best historians including, Ohlsson, and Johnson (Table 2-1), and archaeologists (Wigley, Jones and Briffa, and ...
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23. The Bible as History? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1994 (Vol XVI) (Oct 1995) Home | Issue Contents The Bible as History?works reviewed: The Unauthorised Version: Truth and Fiction in the Bible by Robin Lane Fox (Viking, ... is prone to blunder. A prime example is his selection of the Gospel of St John as being the most historical, citing the passage where the crowd call for the life of Barabbas to be spared. Since Barabbas is Aramaic ... son of the father', the tale seems to tell that the crowd is trying to save Jesus Christ. But, just as the fact eluded the Hellenistic (presumably not an Aramaic-speaker) editor, so also it passed Fox's ...
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... burial as did the Scythians some 1500 years later. There are some indications that the Egyptians in their very early history may have sacrificed members of the royal court with their sovereign. Cardona writes about certain similarities between the Scythian and ... found in the Royal Cemetery of Ur. As a method of testing this identification, one can turn to the historical evidence, as did Cardona, but one can also turn to scientific as well as technological evidence which refutes Cardona's ... spoke of an alliance between Qutheans and Sumerians. I identified these two peoples with Scythians and Chaldeans of Greek historiography, and I still do. Dwardu, however, turned the alliance into an identification." Cardona: " ...
Terms matched: 4  -  Score: 7928  -  27 May 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0601/13scythian.pdf
... Idea That Just Would Not Go Away By Irving Wolfe The Velikovsky Affair is one of the blackest episodes in the history of science. That it could have happened at all is disturbing, but that it happened in the 20th century ... the whole of Western culture. Before we begin to look at the details of the Affair, its intellectual and historical backgrounds must be clearly established. We are dealing, of course, with the Immanuel Velikovsky story, which the ... first is The Velikovsky Affair: Scientism Versus Science, (1966), by political scientist Alfred de Grazia, historian of science Livio Stecchini and engineer Ralph E. Juergens, the book which first brought the ugly story to widespread ...
Terms matched: 4  -  Score: 7897  -  26 Mar 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/ginenthal/gould/01wolfe.htm
26. Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part I [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History V:2 (July 1983) Home | Issue Contents Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision Part I Stan F. Vaninger Introduction In his reconstruction of ancient times Immanuel Velikovsky has concentrated primarily ... synchronizing the history of Israel with that of the major empires of the Ancient Near East using historical sources.(1 ) This is especially true of the initial volume of his reconstruction (Ages in Chaos) and to a lesser ... produced by archaeologists trying to reconcile the results of their excavations with conventional history of ancient times as written by modern historians. Velikovsky's own reconstruction of ancient history has been challenged at a number of points by other scholars who are, ...
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... Historical Record Charles Raspil Because of Astronomy's claim that the heavens have behaved with predictable stability within the timeframe of written history, historians have often sought the astronomer's help in dating material that seems to describe celestial events; and the historian's ... From: Horus Vol. 2 No. 1 (Winter 1986) Home | Issue Contents Solar Eclipses and the Historical Record Charles Raspil Because of Astronomy's claim that the heavens have behaved with predictable stability within the timeframe of written history ... historians have often sought the astronomer's help in dating material that seems to describe celestial events; and the historian's favorite event is the solar eclipse, the time and location of which, astronomers claim they can pinpoint backward through several millennia ...
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... is fully aware that just one excavation site showing an unambiguous sequence of eight layers for the eight eras in our history books would be enough to falsify his historical reconstruction- that is, his historiography of the ancient world independent of ... (1 ) was summarised by using the graphic below: TEXTBOOK ERAS FOR SOUTHERN MESOPOTAMIA Compressed to archaeologically existing and historically 1) Late Chaldaeans also comprise the "Empire Hittites" now dated -1450 to -1200. 2) The Assyrian ... for the eight eras in our history books would be enough to falsify his historical reconstruction- that is, his historiography of the ancient world independent of Biblical orientation. The many hundreds of highly qualified archaeologists and historians of the ancient ...
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... in Northern Negeb. I do not know whom I have to thank for intellectual preparedness for this reconstruction of ancient history if not my late father... (11) The final sentence is significant indeed in the context of ... phenomena as radium and hypnotism- had to be affirmed in the face of near-annihilation. (13) So the historical achievements of the Jews must be brought to the forefront of mankind's collective consciousness, and the Jews must once again ... by dropping oses' and adding iddlebury. '" (19) But Velikovsky's application of a rabbinistic method to historiography, as radical or inappropriate as it may seem to others, is not at all a new approach. In ...
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30. Chapter 1 The Foundations of Ancient History [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... CONTENTS Charles Ginenthal, Pillars of the Past 11 CHAPTER 1 THE FOUNDATIONS OF ANCIENT HISTORY "Even more than science, history has to be remade periodically. Remade, not merely revised, because the past is not dead. ... it lies beyond our power and need to concern us. But the past is apt to deceive us. The historical record is sparse, and it thins out the farther back one goes. Many classical writings have disappeared. Our ... he magnanimously granted." "At this point [Mertz writes] we are faced with a major problem in historiography. In other words, how much of this nonsense can we reasonably swallow? We have seen how varied and ...
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