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111. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , as could Mitannian, Urartian, Scythian and Lydian activities. The capture of the city of Pteria (accepted as the city elsewhere called Boghazkhoi (see A Critique of Ramses II and His Time, SISR III:2 ) by Croesus, in the very year that I had [put] the demise of the Hittite Empire, was ... and Peoples of the Sea into my spreadsheet, I found it could not be done and that Hattusilis could not be Nebuchadrezzar. However, certain real co-incidences were evident. Ramesses II and Psammetichus both had contact with either Scythians or Hittites in the same year, according to my working spreadsheet file. The battles of Ramesses II had to follow ...
112. Index of Titles
... "The Danunians and the Velikovsky Revision", An Answer to Clapham's Question: Revise!, The Answer to Hickman, An Answer to Jonsson Answer to the Critics of Ramses II and His Time, An Answers To Critics Answers To Further Critics Antigravity Beamship? Antiquated Textbooks: Redesigning the Solar System Antiquity of the Egyptian Decans, The Aphrodite ... Catastrophe Reassessed, The Nature of the Cytherean Atmosphere, The Nature of the Historical Record, The Nature of Venus' Heat, The Neanderthal Symphony Nebuchadrezzar and Neriglissar Necho = Ramesses II? Neglected Facts of Science by Dewey B. Larson, The Neil Steede: From Tiahuanaco to the Giza Plateau Nemesis- A New Idea as Old as the ...
113. A British Forum for the Velikovsky Debate [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... in ancient history and astronomy and offers objective criteria to evaluate his approach to the data. PETER JAMES (B .A ., Birmingham): A Critique of "Ramses II and His Time" (SISR III:2 )- This part of Velikovsky's reconstruction is found incompatible with the archaeological and historical evidence, other methods of completing ... Such a revision of Egyptian history, Velikovsky claims, would solve at a stroke a vast range of chronological difficulties, from the apparent Greek characters found on the tiles of Ramesses III (currently dated to the 12th century BC) to the problematical "Dark Ages" that were inserted into Greek and Anatolian histories after their chronologies were linked to ...
114. Rohl's theory [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... and those shown were generally further north than would be expected for the Biblical match he proposed. The pharaohs' remains were shifted in antiquity and Seti I (father of Ramesses II) was found blocking the opening at the foot of the grave shaft, which was originally made for priests. Another pharaoh was at the far end (sorry ... but no doubt all will be revealed in the C4 programmes. I'm not sure what his plans for the Sea Peoples, Hittites etc are! The Shishak story is that Ramases II was nicknamed Ses which was altered to Shesh to Shishak. He says the evidence for Ramases II raiding Jerusalem is good. Moses, meanwhile, does battle with ...
115. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... children of Israel were held in bondage before the Exodus". The area mentioned is in the Eastern Delta, and on the remains of pillars found is the name of Ramses II. Dr. Egbrecht (I cannot be sure of the spelling) spoke and he said: "I have found many sun-baked bricks containing straw, which were ... /8 /80) on "Archaeology in Egypt", after a talk on the deterioration of the Sphinx the programme continued with the discovery of the lost city of Rameses (so spelled in Radio Times ) in the Nile Delta "where the children of Israel were held in bondage before the Exodus". The area mentioned is in ...
116. The Tutankhamun Deception (Book Review). C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the tomb of Amenophis II in the West Valley connects with KV12. He further suggests that the unexplained blank wall' at the end of the passageway into the tomb of Ramses IX was possibly used by Carter and Carnarvon to remove goods from the tomb'. 2. but see note 6. 3. Hoving, T., Tutankhamun ... the architect a career stretching over at least 120 years . Paul Standring Notes and References 1. The writer suggests the original entrance was via the tomb of Ramesses VI, which lies above that of Tutankhamun; he believes he has found a concealed entrance 150 feet into this tomb, with a matching one in Tutankhamun's Antechamber. ...
117. Limitations of Astronomical Dating Methods* [Journals] [Kronos]
... Egyptians of his era were confused on the chronology of their own past. The late great Egyptologist Jaroslav Cerny believed that the name Menophres agrees very well with the prenomen of Ramesses I in one of its two writings- see the Journal or Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 47 1961, pp. 150-152. Also see the revised edition of the ... is the 4th month and Mesorii is the first.(31) The ease with which the calendar could be altered is indicated by the fact that both Amenhotep III and Rameses II altered the sequence of the so-called Sed Festivals. These rulers were dictators, and there is no reason to presume that if one of them decided to make New ...
118. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 1950), Ages in Chaos (1952), Earth in Upheaval (1955), Oedipus and Akhnaton (1960), Peoples of the Sea (1977) and Ramses II and His Time (1978) - he left numerous manuscripts. These are now being readied for publication by a team of scholars and by the literary executors, ... discovery at Timna of the remains of an Egyptian temple dedicated to the goddess Hathor, including material bearing the cartouches of various pharaohs from Seti I of the XIXth Dynasty to Ramesses V of the XXth. In the conventional Egyptian chronology these date to c. 1300 to c. 1150 BC. (Dr Bimson noted that a further cartouche, ...
119. The Night of the Gods Vol II [Books]
... Cook' points out the resemblance of Kheper o to our chafer, a kind of beetle. De Roug63 calls it the " mysterious symbol of divine renaissance " and describes Ramses I as adoring the scarab as the " symbol of the creator." The god Khepera, Khepra 9 q , the Becoming, had a scarab for head. ... or a coffer. Danae like Daphne, is also a tree (the Alexandrine laurel). Danaos, also son of Belos (o apxaios), was brother of Ramasses or of Aiguptos, who (note the Moses-myth) came from Egypt to found Argos. Danaos reigns 50 years and has 5o daughters ; flees, that is, ...
120. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... belong (along with their Israelite contemporaries) not in the 10th and 9th centuries, as Velikovsky believed, but in the late 8th and 7th centuries. (b ) Ramses II, along with his 19th Dynasty, remains in the 6th century, where Velikovsky placed him in Ramses II and his Time, but the biblical synchronisms established in ... Lydians? A Different Approach, by Eric J. Aitchison. The Strange and Terrible Story of the Kensington Runestone, by Jim and Allen Richardson. Science, History, Rameses II and Velikovsky, by Charles Ginenthal. Sedimentology Evidence by Ulrike Rosner about Tel Munbaqa, by Charles Ginenthal. The Internet Sacred Text Archive www.sacred-texts.com ...
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