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121. Bronze Age Destructions in the Near East [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , 1952), pp. 223-331; also II Kings 2:1-14. 30. Courville, op. cit., pp. 120-139. 31. Velikovsky: Ramses II and His Time (New York/London, 1978) and Peoples of the Sea (New York/London, 1977). 32. Peter James: ... . His inclination was to accept that they were probably the handiwork of men rather than of nature, the agents being the mysterious "Sea Peoples" whom both Merenptah and Ramesses III claimed to have repulsed at the borders of Egypt, and who have been credited, on very slender evidence, with responsibility for the collapse of the Mycenaean civilisation ...
122. Pharaoh Seti the (Great and His Foreign Connections - II [Journals] [Kronos]
... , Pharaoh as Almighty God personified in turn each of the male elements of Hermopolis, his "wife" or consort personifying each of the female elements. For Seti, Ramses II fitted the role of Osiris, Nature of green fields and flowing Nile and earthly life and youth; Ramses' wife fitted the role of Isis, and Merenptah ... of Gates, represent the so-called "Book of Caverns". The only other complete version that I know is from the Tomb of Ramses VI. See The Tomb of Rameses VI by Alexandre Piankoff (Bolligen, 1954). 5. S. Sharpe and J. Bonomi, The Alabaster Sarcophagus of Oimenepthah I, King of Egypt ( ...
123. Senmut and Phaeton [Journals] [SIS Review]
... but which he describes as "conjectural", are as follows: Hashepsowe (co-aeval with Senmut) 1490-1468 BC; Sethos I (= Seti I) 1309-1291 BC; Ramesses II (= Rameses II) 1290-1224 BC. 4. Pogo, A.: "The Astronomical Inscriptions on the Coffins of Heny", Isis XVIII (1932 ... wrong direction" (p . 316). Pogo also makes comparisons with two other Egyptian astronomical ceilings, those of Seti I and of the Ramesseum (the mausoleum of Rameses II). He finds the Seti ceiling design "astronomically correct, so that Orion precedes Sirius in the westward motion of the southern sky" (p . 315 ...
124. Cushan Rishathaim [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... interest and power to the south as described in this first oppression in the book of Judges. After the time of Seti I, and especially during the long reign of Ramesses II, Canaan was under the control of Egypt again. Any campaign by a Cushan into that territory during that time would have been directly intruding into territory claimed by ... . Its claims to that territory had also been legitimized by treaty by the end of the first third of the reign of Rameses II.12 From these historical considerations it can be seen that Cushan fits better into the political environment of the 14th century than that of the 13th century. Optimally he would fit best in the third quarter of ...
... Iskander Hanna, the Chief Chemist of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, and wrote to him that a friend in Princeton was interested in radiocarbon dating samples of the mummy of Ramses Ill. In the meantime, Velikovsky met Dr. Ralph and described her as "a very pleasant person' She agreed perform tests on the samples that Velikovsky hoped ... its substantial margin of error, could hardly add anything to our knowledge of the chronology of the New Kingdom. Hayes, The Sceptre of Egypt Vol. 11, dates Rameses Ill to 1192 -1160 BC, and this date is not likely to contain a margin of error greater than about five years each way."3 So the loop ...
126. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... relating to the burial of Apis bulls begin as early as the reign of Amenhotep III and continue into Ptolemaic times, but there is a significant gap in the record between Ramesses XI and the 23rd year of Osorkon II. The poor documentation of these finds in the Serapeum also compounds the difficulties in using these records. Astronomical synchronisms. The ... major revision of the history of the Ancient Near East. He continued writing about this in Oedipus and Akhnaton (1960), Peoples of the Sea (1977) and Rameses II and his Time (1978). Velikovsky claimed in this book that the histories of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Israel are five centuries out of step. He began ...
127. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... their signatures to a card sent to him in celebration of his 82nd birthday, which occurred this May. He is at present hard at work on the final chapters of Ramses II and his Time, which is due to be issued later this year, and may well appear earlier in Britain than in the USA, as Sidgwick and Jackson ... Sea, sparked off a number of questions from the floor, in particular regarding the Semitic elements in Egyptian society during the XXth Dynasty and the murals at Medinet Habu depicting Ramesses III's war with the so-called "Sea Peoples". Given the strong similarities between the record of the invasion of the "Sea Peoples" at Medinet Habu and the ...
128. Evolution from Space [Articles]
... around before the Ethiopian Dynasty, because they can't have reigned at the same time as the Ethiopian Dynasty. So they must have reigned between the XXVth Dynasty at least for Ramses II, and before the first Persian Dynasty. If I accept the Sothic Cycle as valid from 750 till 139 AD when Censorinus thought that there was at that time ... morning and the quotation about the seasons being confused, and you said, I think, it came from the time of Seti II, and I think you also mentioned Ramesses III- how firmly is it allocated to any particular reign or preferably date? René Gallant: The Egyptologists who study the writing, the style etc, and amongst ...
129. The Ramesside Star Tables and Reade's Venus Tablet Reconstruction [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... fixed stars... as... prior to the disturbance' [2 ]. The Ramesside Star Tables first appear painted on the ceiling of the tomb of Ramesses VI. According to conventional chronology, the reigns of Ramesses V to XI came within the period from 1160 to 1090 BC [3 ]. But Reade states that ... , pp. 41-53 2. ibid, p. 49, col. 2, par. 4 3. Pierre Montet: Everyday Life in Egypt in the Days of Rammesses the Great, (Edward Arnold, London, 1958), translated by A. R. Maxwell-Hyslop and Margaret S. Drower, p. XV. See also ...
130. Some Notes on the "Assuruballit Problem" [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of the second vowel-sound. There are much wider variations in the transcription of Egyptian names in the el-Amarna correspondence. 30. Peoples of the Sea, pp. 95-6; Ramses II and His Time, passim. 31. P. J. James: "A Critique of Ramses II and His Time", SISR III:2 , ... disputes the accepted identifications of these rulers, and identifies them with different kings on the monuments: Psammetichus with Seti the Great (Menma're' Sety-merenptah) and Necho II with Ramesses II (Usima're' setepenre' Ra'messe-miamun) . (These identifications are regarded by the present writer as untenable .) Neither scheme offers a ...
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