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211. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... were off to Tanis with the recent Egyptian tour, where we saw photographs and diagrams to indicate, once again, that a 21st Dynasty burial came after a 22nd. It was becoming obvious that the two dynasties were probably running parallel and therefore the Third Intermediate Period needed shortening. A consideration of the Memphite genealogy showed that the dates of Ramesses II needed to come down, which fitted nicely with the above evidence and a quick run through of David's evidence for the placement of the el-Amarna period at the time of the Early Monarchy of Israel led us towards the inevitable conclusion that the 19th Dynasty was lining up nicely to coincide with the reign of the temple-sacking Shishak. We now ...
212. Donovan Courville Responds [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... by way of identification. The finds at the site of the Timna Temple indicate the occupation of this area over a long period of time- actually many centuries after the end of Iron II. The use of the site as a temple begins with Seti I of dynasty XIX; this name and the names of kings of dynasty XIX to Ramesses VI have been found in the ruins of this earliest structure on the site. Seti I is conventionally dated to the fourteenth century B.C ., which is certainly not within the limits of the use of this pottery, which is designated Iron II. The fourteenth century is conventionally late Late Bronze, with all of the Iron ...
213. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1986 No 2 (Feb 1987) Home | Issue Contents Letters Velikovsky Was Right Dear Sir, I disagree strongly with the statement (WORKSHOP 1986:1 , p.2 ) that Rohl and James had proved "beyond doubt" that Velikovsky was wrong in placing the era of Ramesses II after the Libyan period. The proof cited was that the Libyan monarchs re-used material of Ramesses II in their own constructions at Tanis. How could Rohl and James have forgotten so easily one of the most important points raised by Velikovsky; namely that all pharaohs employed a number of different royal titles? Actually, many of the 18th Dynasty pharaohs used ...
214. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... - 1 Report of the meeting held at Mrs Clarice Morgan's on 4th May 1991. There were 8 people present. Tony Chavasse gave a talk on The Apis Cult'. Manetho claimed that this cult started in the 2nd Dynasty, but Mariette only discovered burial vaults dating from Amenhotep III at Memphis, and a series of chambers relating to Ramesses II up to Nectanebo I. In the 2nd of 5 sections were found 8 Apis Bulls of Ramesses II and one of Ramesses III; in the 3rd section, one of Necho II, and in the 5th, one of Nectanebo I; thus showing Velikovsky could not be right about equating any pair of these rulers. Many stelae ...
215. Metallurgy and Chronology [Journals] [Pensee]
... From: Pensée Vol. 3 No 3: (Fall 1973) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered V" Home | Issue Contents Metallurgy and Chronology Immanuel Velikovsky Shortcomings of the metallurgical approach to comparative archaeology This paper, first set in type in the early 1950's, will appear as a supplement to Ramses II and His Time. I. BRONZE AND IRON In the thirties of the nineteenth century a scholar (1 ), following in the footsteps of Hesiod and Lucretius, proposed that the past of mankind be divided according to the material from which, in successive ages, historical man manufactured his tools and utensils, differentiating the ages of stone and bone, of bronze, and of ...
216. Syria and Ugarit [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... to the Hittites and Egypt, if not to Ugarit. With the correct placement of Azaru's successors in the post-Amarna period the problem is to relate Mursilis II to Duppi-Teshub (Azaru's grandson). Gammon proposed: That the letter from the widowed Egyptian queen to the Hittite king Suppiluliumas belongs at the death of Akhnaton; and That the reign of Ramses II dates from 804.28 The first point allows that the death of Suppiluliumas I, father of Mursilis II, occurred very shortly after that of Akhnaton. Point two places the battle of Kadesh about June 800.29 From the Hittite side the deaths of Suppiluliumas I and his son Arnuwandas II may be put at c. 830-829 ...
217. Illustrations (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... From "Peoples of the Sea" © 1977 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Illustrations 1 Persian guard 2 Obverse of tiles of Ramses III 3 Reverse of tiles of Ramses III 4 The Egyptians, supported by the Pereset and the Peoples of the Sea, assault the Libyans 5 The Egyptians fight, with the assistance of the Peoples of the Sea, against the soldiers of the Pereset 6 The Pereset as prisoners of the Egyptian King 7 The Egyptian fleet of Ramses III destroying the fleet of the Pereset 8 The Egyptians leading away captives of the Sea Peoples 9 Pylon of the Khonsu temple erected during the Twenty-first Dynasty 10 Pylon of the temple of Ramses III at ...
218. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Nefer-hotep, and placed in the Turin Papyrus 6.25, of the 13th dynasty. Sir Alan Gardiner also noted this correspondence but he did not pursue it as not consistent with his dating of the 13th dynasty kings and his dating of the Exodus. David Rohl's dating of the Trojan War is not consistent with his dating of Akhenaten and Ramesses II. Priam's Troy is generally thought to have been Troy VI, if indeed this site was this city, and Troy VI contemporary with Akhenaten, more or less, as there is similar pottery in this city and Akhenaten's. Rohl is right to place the reign of Psusennes I after that of Osorkon II, contrary to Meyer's chronology ...
219. Introduction (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... 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 reconstruction has there been such a great rift with the accepted structure for the chronology of events. With the Eighteenth Dynasty moved down the scale of time by more than five centuries, the first volume of Ages in ...
220. SIS Tenth Anniversary Tour: Photographs [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol VIII (1986) "Tenth Anniversary Tour Issue" Home | Issue Contents SIS Tenth Anniversary Tour: Photographs Osirid columns in the second court at the Ramesseum Peleset captives from the reliefs at Medinet Habu The white limestone sphinx at Memphis Cartouches of Seti I and Ramesses II at Abydos The famous sphinx at Gaza In the shadow of the Meydum Pyramid The solid gold innermost coffin of Tutankhamun (Cairo Museum) Hathor column from Deir el-Bahari The exhausted photographer grabs a quick rest in the shade of the hypostyle hall at Karnak Interior of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel Dawn at Thebes from the deck of the m.s . Nile Star Sunset over the City ...
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