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121. Ancient Near Eastern Chronology Revised [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... , the relative positions of stratum B to stratum D to the Hellenist stratum A with its undisputed date of c. -330 allow also for tentative dates for strata B, C, and D. Herodotus, in his Histories I:95, informs us about the historical sequence for the pre-Hellenist periods in Northern Mesopotamia: Assyrians precede Medes precede Persians. (15) Each of these periods are absent in our tells if the settlement gaps I and II are, as is done by modern Assyriologists, added to the actual in-situ evidence. They immediately surface, however, if the 1500 ghost years are eliminated. The pre-Hellenist stratum B, now called Middle Assyrian, turns into the ...
122. Sacred Science Institute [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Amen's Ram-Headed Symbols; Amen & Egyptian Year; Amen & Aries; Fixed & Vague Years; Temple Orientated To Aries; Zodiac Prehistoric. GU, Eleventh Constellation Of Zodiac: Uncertain Meaning; GU=GULA=BAU; Winter Solstice In Aquarius; Aries & Aquarius; Rival Calendars. Median Calendar & The Constellation Taurus: Equinox In Taurus Persian Nowroose; Mithras & Equinox; Mithras Slays Bull; Bull Lion, Scorpion, Eagle; Eagle For Water Man; Griffin & Solstices; Persepolitan Demi-Bulls; Median & Assyrian Art: Greek Vs. Indian Science; Solar Zodiac Grecian; Hindu Calendar 570 AD; Week-Days; Varahamihira; New Sources Of Knowledge; Zodiac In Asia In 3000 ...
123. Introduction (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... . But the subsequent decision, to extend the second volume into three or even four volumes, by itself delayed the execution of the plan. (The concluding events of the Eighteenth Dynasty became the subject of my Oedipus and Akhnaton, published in 1960.) Peoples of the Sea, as just said, covers the nearly two centuries of Persian domination of Egypt and continues, through the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great, down to the time of the earlier Ptolemies. Within this time span I locate both the Twentieth Dynasty (the dynasty of Ramses III) and the Twenty-first Dynasty, which are conventionally placed up to eight centuries earlier; in no other part of the ...
124. The Autobiography Of Nebuchadnezzar. Ch. 5. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... affection and had trusted him so much. He had again to find fault with the boy. Nuhasse was too near; a coup d'état could set the boy free. AUTOBIOGRAPHY SEC. 12: And as I found out the situation, I took hold of him and sent him to the seaside. It was either some island in the Persian Gulf or the maritime region of the Black Sea. The conjecture of some scholars that the boy king received asylum in Egypt does not seem to be based on sufficient grounds. Now Hattusilis could write his apotheosis: AUTOBIOGRAPHY SEC. 13: I was a prince and I became a Great Mesedi, I was a Great Mesedi and I ...
125. A Chronology for Mesopotamia (contra Heinsohn) [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Mitcham  as regards the stratigraphy of Babylon. It showed that an early or low stratum contained artifacts of Hammurabi's dynasty. But much higher than that, and hence much later in time, was a layer containing artifacts from the reigns of Nebuchadnezzar II, Neriglissar and Nabonidus. One stratum higher than this contained remains belonging to the Persian domination period. These quite unambiguous details illustrate how Heinsohn's proposals, whereby Hammurabi was the same as the Persian King Darius the Great' (who ruled after Nebuchadnezzar, Neriglissar and Nabonidus), is apparently clearly denied by the stratigraphy of Babylon. With regard to this study, so far as the dynasty of Hammurabi was concerned, in ...
126. Part III: The Legends [Ragnarok] [Books]
... race. They proved that all the nations were repeating the same stories, in some cases in almost identical words, just as their ancestors had heard them, in some most ancient land, in "the dark background and abysm of time," when the progenitors of the German, Gaul, Gael, Greek, Roman, Hindoo, Persian, Egyptian, Arabian, and the red people of America, dwelt together under the same roof-tree and used the same language. But, above all, these legends prove the absolute fidelity of the memory of the races. We are told that the bridge piles driven by the Romans, two thousand years ago, in the rivers of ...
127. Chronological Implications of a Proper Identification of the Labyrinth: Part II [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... consistent with Babylonian epigraphic material on this point. In Book 2.159, Herodotus has Necho fighting a battle at Magdolus, which many authorities take as an obvious reference to the Battle of Megiddo referred to in 2 Kings 23 and 2 Chronicles 35 [4 ]. Herodotus seems to have accurately described the rise of the Medes and the Persians during the period after c700 BC. He also places Sennacherib in the same time as the Biblical authors. Many other examples could be provided. Since Herodotus yields a date for the construction of what he considered the most impressive building in Egypt that is within a period about which he seems to have had solid information, on what grounds ...
128. The Timna Test [Journals] [Aeon]
... reality? Although thoroughly "debunked" following his death in November 1979, the simple fact to be gleaned twenty years down the track is that this dismissal was nothing but knee-jerk reaction, hasty and premature, the rash outcome of material jettisoned without due examination. This paper is one link in an evidential chain which addresses the period from the Persian invasion of Egypt by Cambyses in 525 B.C . to the Macedonian period as far as Alexander the Great in the early fourth century BC. It will stand as an extremely rigorous test for Velikovsky's original premise that Ramesses III is to be equated with Nectanebos I as portrayed in the history of Diodorus Siculus. Diodorus Siculus referred to ...
129. The Battle Of Kadesh-carchemish. Ch. 1. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... his land army he met and defeated the Syrians at Magdalos, taking into possession the great Syrian city of Cadytis after the battle."6 Besides recording Necos' battle with the Syrians, Herodotus also wrote that he "was the first to attempt the construction of the canal to the Bed Sea, a work completed afterward by Darius the Persian."7 It was a great undertaking and Herodotus narrates that, before Necos despaired of completing the canal that would open a waterway from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea, one hundred and twenty thousand workers perished in digging it. Historical testimony was found to the effect that Ramses II had built a canal connecting the Mediterranean with the ...
130. Chapter 16 Hittites ? Lydians [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... with totally blank periods that are "veiled in total obscurity" so that their approximate chronology depends on correlations with materials outside Anatolia with dates that are unsatisfactory? Hittite chronology has nothing truly resembling a solid foundation in spite of the great and growing research into it. The position taken by Emmet J. Sweeney in his Ramessides, Medes and Persians (Forest Hills 2000) is that the Hittites were actually the kingdom of the Lydians and thus must be placed in the first, rather than the second, millennium B.C . If this is indeed the case, then the reign of Ramses 1 Amelie Kuhrt, op.cit., p. 229 Charles Ginenthal, Pillars ...
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