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11. An Eighth-Century Date for Merenptah? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... also be pointed out, but here I will stop. 1. Velikovsky argues a 6th-century date for Merenptah in Ramses II and His Time, Chapter vii: "The Israel Stele of Merenptah and the Lamentations of Jeremiah". ... above-criticised article. I would like to allude briefly to some obvious problems: - (i ) GAMMON'S dates for Ramesses II are c. 804-738 BC. Egypt was then under one of its mightiest kings. How come, then ... had taken, is "Identified with Sheikh Saad, north-east of Ashtaroth, where an inscription bearing the name of Rameses II was found" . Ramesses II (Userma're' setepenre' Ra' messe-meriamun): upper part ...
12. An Alternative to the Velikovskian Chronology for Ancient Egypt [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... for ancient Near Eastern chronology in an attempt to answer the criticisms levelled at Velikovsky's work in Ages in Chaos, Ramses II and His Time and Peoples of the Sea. The original imaginative concept of Velikovsky's reconstruction has run into serious ... with the Neko and Psamtek of the monuments and not the erroneous suggestion of Velikovsky that these were other names for Ramesses I and Seti I - see the numerous articles in SISR refuting his identifications. Most of the other vassal rulers ... III, XVIIITH DYN., EL-AMARNA PERIOD, SETI I, RAMESSES II, XIXTH DYN., MERENPTAH, RAMASSES III, XXTH DYN., THIRD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD (SEE CHART A), XXVITH DYN., NECHO II ...
13. Ash [Journals] [Pensee]
... reduction by as much as 500 years from the conventional figures; and over 650 years for objects of Seti or Ramses II or Marneptah. "Ages in Chaos" was repeatedly read by Prof. Robert H. Pfeiffer, Head ... will surely be able to speak English, and I do have enough self-confidence for that. Is the mummy of Ramesses III the only object from the period in question from which something should be requested for C-14 testing? I can ... that it is considered so inviolable by the Museum officials that they will say no in advance. Are there mummies of his officials or officers which would satisfy the same requirements? Perhaps you could discuss this possibility with Dr. Federn ...
14. Solomon, The Exodus and Abraham Related to Egyptian Chronology [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ), 2 vols. 5. I. Velikovsky: Peoples of the Sea (London, 1977) and Ramses II and his Time (New York, 1978) 6. The 1978 Glasgow Conference was published in the SIS ... 5 ] it became obvious to some of his supporters that his ideas were not infallible, particularly his identification of Ramesses II of the 19th dynasty with Necho II of the 26th. The original identification of Thutmose III as Shishak was ... 1200 Intermed. New Kingdom Thutmose III United Monarchy Saul Amenhotep III 1000 David 960 950 920 Israel Judah Solomon Rehoboam Ram'ses II Ram'ses III 800 Third Intermed. Sheshonq I Iron 600 600 600 Josiah Late Necho II NOTES. The aim ...
15. Cosmic Catastrophism [Journals] [Aeon]
... ancient history and chronology in Oedipus and Akhnaton (1960), Peoples of the Sea (1977), and Ramses II and His Time (1978). According to Velikovsky, during the second millennium B.C . a ... underneath layers belonging to the Iron Age. (115) Pharaohs such as Thutmose III, Amenhotep II, and Ramesses II whose scarabs are regularly found in Late Bronze Age deposits, may have lived earlier than the Late Bronze Age ... but they could not have lived later. To claim otherwise would require that one believe that scarabs could have been made and buried while inscribed with the names of people who had not yet been born. And the occurrence of Iron ...
16. New Chronology Issues [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... it to 13 years from 28 in CAH (II.2 p. 1038) - saving of 15 years. c) Shorter reign for Ramesses II. Velikovsky in Ramses II and His Time, pp. 216-7 commented on a report by Elliot Smith on the teeth of the mummy. Smith wrote It is very remarkable that the teeth ... the 21st to 25th Dynasties. ' I again queried this in Workshop 1989:2 , pp. 9-11. Rohl answered we do not dispute the contemporaneity of Herihor and Ramesses XI but instead propose that Smendes overlapped the late 20th Dynasty. ' He then went on to produce evidence linking Piankhi, son of Herihor, with documents tied not ...
17. The Bubastite Portal: Evidence Against Velikovsky's Placement of Ramesses II in the Late 7th Century [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Bubastite Portal: Evidence Against Velikovsky's Placement of Ramesses II in the Late 7th Century David Rohl Dr Velikovsky, in the latest two volumes of his Ages in Chaos series, Ramses II and his Time and Peoples of the Sea, proposed that the kings of the 19th Dynasty in Egypt were in fact one and the same as Manetho's kings of ... From: SIS Review Vol VIII (1986) "Tenth Anniversary Tour Issue" Home | Issue Contents The Bubastite Portal: Evidence Against Velikovsky's Placement of Ramesses II in the Late 7th Century David Rohl Dr Velikovsky, in the latest two volumes of his Ages in Chaos series, Ramses II and his Time and Peoples of the Sea, ...
18. The Place of Horemheb in Egyptian History [Journals] [SIS Review]
... has an Honours B.A . in History from London University and is currently studying for a Diploma in Archaeology at the University's Institute of Archaeology. WITH THE PUBLICATION of Ramses II and his Time, Immanuel Velikovsky's "Ages in Chaos" series, devoted to a reconstruction of the ancient history of the Near East between the fall of the ... 2 ]. Here Velikovsky challenges the accepted sequence of rulers and dynasties, according to which Horemheb succeeded Ay as the last pharaoh of Dynasty XVIII and was followed directly by Ramesses I and Seti I, the first pharaohs of Dynasty XIX. He argues that the reign of Ay was immediately followed by the Libyan and Ethiopian Dynasties; and that ...
19. Ramesses II And Greek Archaic Sculpture [Journals] [SIS Review]
... II And Greek Archaic Sculpture Lewis M. Greenberg Introduction The current, generally accepted dates for the reign of Ramesses II are 1279-1213 BC [1 ]. Velikovsky, in Ramses II and His Time, presented an extensive case for repositioning Ramesses II primarily in the late 7th and early 6th centuries BC with a solitary regnal period of some 30 ... From: SIS C & C Review 2003 (Nov 2003) Conference Proceedings Ages Still in Chaos' Home | Issue Contents Ramesses II And Greek Archaic Sculpture Lewis M. Greenberg Introduction The current, generally accepted dates for the reign of Ramesses II are 1279-1213 BC [1 ]. Velikovsky, in Ramses II and His Time, presented ...
20. The Search for Sethos [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Mr van der Veen anticipated my own arguments in several respects, drawing attention to parallels between the exploits of Sethosis, as described by Josephus, and the military achievements of Ramesses III. It had been my own contention that Ramesses III should be identified (in part) not only with this Sethosis mentioned by Josephus, but also with the ... Herodotus.) The evidence points strongly to the conclusion that this Sethosis is a composite figure. In one place Josephus reports Manetho as giving him a son and successor called Rampses, who reigned 66 years;(4 ) this is undoubtedly Ramesses II, which requires the identification of the father with Seti I. Josephus also makes Sethosis contemporary ...
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