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561. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... LB remains being problematical for the placement of Omri, who built the first palace about 880 BC. Links between Samaria and Megiddo indicate that the stratum with King Solomon's stables' is from the time of the Assyrian empire and the stables are therefore the supposedly unfound Megiddo HQ. In fact the dearth of strata for the Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian periods in Israel can easily be filled by down dating strata from the Israelite Monarchy. Bob, slightly tongue in cheek, claimed to have thereby completely sewn up the chronology of this period and area, but the audience contained at least one who was unconvinced. Tony Rees objected that Bob's scheme depends upon one Exodus whereas he thought there ...
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562. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... years, at one period streaming across the Caucasus, conquering land from Medes and Assyrians and reaching as far as Palestine and Egypt. They appear to have had no capital, left no written record and their empire collapsed suddenly and mysteriously. They were expert horsemen and fearsome warriors renowned for their cruelty. In 513 BC they clashed with the Persians under Darius I but the latter withdrew. By the third century BC the excavation strata are empty. Their burials were accompanied by self-mutilation, horse sacrifices and splendid gold articles, probably made by Greek craftsmen in the Black Sea area. They also worshipped fire. Oldest writings New Scientist 14.12.96, p. 9, ...
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563. The Thirteenth Theory of the Hyksos [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... immediately pre-Hellenistic stratum is called Old-Babylonian/Kassite' and lies directly on the Neo-Sumerians' who stratigraphically are contemporary with the Medes=Mitanni and, therefore, must be identified as the Chaldaeans known from Assyrian, Jewish and Greek sources. Applying historical and stratigraphical reasoning Middle Assyria' and Old-Babylonia' can be none other than the long sought after Persian Satrapies Assyria and Babylonia. Their Amorit(d )e or Mart(d )u ethnic background is rooted in Cyrus the Great's tribe of Mardoi (Amardians) mentioned by Herodotus and Ctesias. The duplication of Herodotus' I:95 Assyrians of the c. 8th/7th century to 17th/16th century Hyksos and their triplication ...
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564. Floods and Tides [Books] [de Grazia books]
... age-break between Middle and Late Bronze - there is proof of various terrific floods to which all known settlements succumbed. Raikes inclines, after considering six possibilities, towards a land subsidance on a large scale complementing a land rise to the east. He does not mention the backup of river waters that would occur from Thira-type tsunamis driving north through the Persian Gulf, although the evidence allows it. Such tides could come from a Typhonic impact explosion, a poseidonian earthquake, or a large-body encounter producing an axial tilt or interrupted rotation of the globe. (One notes the level of ashes and char beneath the flood level of Shurrupak. It does not appear to have been an incendiary blaze ...
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... Earth, with Venus almost in its present orbit. Earth's present eccentricity is about six times less. Rose does not think anything much smaller than Mars could have changed Earth's eccentricity to that degree. He regretted that many people have abandoned the Martian part of Velikovsky's work. Rose agrees with Heinsohn that the Babylonian era is the same as the Persian and Ammizaduga is Xerxes II. The Bronze Age is defined by pottery (except in Greece); it is a fuzzy and illegitimate concept. If the Middle Kingdom and the First Babylonian Dynasty are moved to the 5th/4th centuries BC, their classification as Bronze Age needs to be given up, reminding me of Eric Aitchison's remark ...
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566. Water [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Deluge on the Earth."[4 ] Velikovsky identified Khima as Saturn. In Mexican documents, where ages of the world are called "suns," "the first world age, at the end of which the earth was destroyed by a universal deluge, and presided over by Ce-acatl, or Saturn"[5 ] The ancient Persians reported the star Tistar appearing in three manifestations to the accompaniment each of a different deluge of rain of ten days' durations.[6 ] Long before modern astronomy, Saturn was perceived to have rings and to be watery, never Venus, Mercury, or Mars. How the ancient would associate Saturn with water is a mystery unless ...
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567. Thoth Vol IV, No 11: July 15, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... found in the Ukraine and Yugoslavia dating from 20,000 BC to 15,000," but not like classical Greek key patterns or frets. Borders and panels of interlacing "are to be found in the art of most peoples surrounding the Mediterranean, the Black and Caspian Seas. Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Moors, Persians, Turks, Arabs, Syrians, Hebrews, and North African tribes have used interlacing." According to Bain, "the finest achievement of knotwork interlacing are by the Pictish School," and that "interlacing humans, animals, birds, and reptiles each with interlacing top-knots were developed in East Pictland and Ireland to migrate at a ...
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568. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... project our man's best friend' attitude onto archaeological evidence, but ancient ritual burials indicate that there was something of greater significance associated with the dog. A huge dog cemetery has been excavated in Israel, dating from the 5th century BC. Over 1000 dogs of all ages had been carefully interred at Ashkelon, then a port city of the Persian Empire. They may have been part of a Phoenician healing cult. In Britain the Bronze Age site of Flag Fen has dogs interred with their heads towards the sea and accompanied by specially broken precious objects. They appear to be part of a sacrificial ritual concerned with water and death. Over in Ireland around the same time, an ...
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569. Metals, Salt and Oil [Books] [de Grazia books]
... "Cook's Tour" of the world's petroleum [32]. The most prolific oil basins of the world are those associated with the postulated major long-thrust systems described previously, namely the Mississippi valley- Gulf of Mexico system and the extensive and complicated overthrust systems comprising the great oil fields surrounding the Red, Mediterranean, Caspian and Black seas and the Persian Gulf. The southwestern USA thrust system responsible for the fragmentation in the Basin and Range province possibly contributed to the California oil basins. Another similar thrust system apparently generated the oil and coal provinces of Borneo, Sumatra, Java and New Guinea. These great oil and gas regions are most likely associated with sudden deep burial of marine and ...
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570. Compelling Insights: Concluded in Sorrow [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Ever Exist? (SIS Extra Publication, 1988), pp. 6-8, 12-13, 18-22; idem, Did the Sumerians and the Akkadians Ever Exist? ' AEON I:2 (Feb. 1989), pp. 19-21, 27-28, 39-41; and in various other works and publications. 23. Idem, Old Babylonian and Persian Terra-Cotta Reliefs, ' AEON II:4 (May 1991), p. 102; idem, The Thirteenth Theory of the Hyksos, ' C & C Workshop 1992:1 , p. 15 24. Idem, Who Were the Hyksos? ' prepared for the Sixth International Congress of Egyptology, Turin, Italy, 1 to ...
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