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21. Dating the Wars of Seti I [Journals] [SIS Review]
... not depend on these arguments alone, and attention will be drawn briefly to other evidence which requires the earlier date. I. Seti I in Velikovsky's Revision Readers of Velikovsky's Ramses II and His Time will be aware that Velikovsky renumbers Seti I (whom he often calls Seti the Great) as Seti "II" (9 ). The ... outline a presentation of the XIXth Dynasty within the framework of the Glasgow chronology (2 ). Introduction Conventionally, the founder of Egypt's XIXth Dynasty is considered to have been Ramesses I. This man, known as Pra'messe before he ascended the throne, seems to have been raised to the rank of vizier during the reign of Horemheb (3 ...
22. Finding the Limits of Chronological Revision [Journals] [SIS Review]
... concluded that the 18th, 19th and 20th Dynasties had followed each other without break . He subsequently expanded on his objections to Velikovsky's scheme in his review of Ramses II and His Time, which had been published too late for discussion at Glasgow . There he pointed out that the Hittite emperor Suppiluliumas was a contemporary ... Urnero and Takharu, whose role in the case is dated to Haremhab's reign; and to Nubnofret, daughter-in-law of Urnero, whose appeal had been heard in Yr 18 of Ramesses II. There is no room to insert an extra hundred years in this sequence of generations. In his Glasgow Conference paper, Egyptologist Michael Jones referred to the very ...
23. The Lion Gate At Mycenae Revisited [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ]. Pottery displaying elements of the IIIB style was found [by Petrie] at Gurob in the Fayyum in association with Egyptian objects that were in fashion not long before Ramses II came to the throne' ; and LH IIIB ware was also discovered in the tomb of the Phoenician king Ahiram in Byblos along with Egyptian artefacts ... the establishment of relative and absolute chronologies and their reconciliation'. As it happens, the dating of LH IIIB pottery was established via the putative date for the reign of Ramesses II . Pottery displaying elements of the IIIB style was found [by Petrie] at Gurob in the Fayyum in association with Egyptian objects that were in ...
24. Nebuchadrezzar and Neriglissar [Journals] [SIS Review]
... with the "Apis stelae" as the foundation of a chronology for Egypt in this period. WHEN I HAD NEARLY FINISHED a critical review of Velikovsky's most recent book, Ramses II and His Time, the Vol. III No. 2 issue of S.I .S . Review with PETER JAMES' paper on the same subject came ... Society, lives in Åmål, Sweden, and has pursued extensive studies of Mesopotamian history. Velikovsky's identification of the Hittite and Chaldaean empires in his reconstruction of the period of Ramesses II demands a fundamental re-ordering of the sequence of Neo-Babylonian rulers. This study of the question complements Peter James' discussion in SISR III:2 ; an appendix deals ...
25. Some Detailed Evidence from Egypt Against Velikovsky's Revised Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... agreed that no link is known" between Ramesses III and the Ramesside rulers following him and, moreover, that "there is no evidence for their following the line from Ramses IV to Ramses VIII". He then proceeds to give evidence for links between Ramesses III, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII as though Velikovsky had ... (this reign conjectural) c. 1349-1340 Tutankhamun c. 1340-1336 Ay c. 1336-1308? Horemheb (regnal years dated from accession of Akhenaten) XIXth DYNASTY c. 1308-1309 Ramesses I c. 1309-1291 Seti I c. 1291-1224 Ramesses II c. 1224-1214 Merenptah c. 1214-1208 Seti II c. 1208-1204 Amenmesse c. 1204-1198 Siptah c. 1198-1194 ...
26. Velikovsky's "The Tomb of Ahiram" [Journals] [SIS Review]
... afternoon CHAIRMAN: BRIAN MOORE Velikovsky's "The Tomb of Ahiram"SUMMARY BY GEOFFREY GAMMON Dr Velikovsky's paper closing the Conference was taken from a chapter of his book, "Ramses II and His Time", then unpublished. As this book is now available,* only a summary is presented here, the interested reader is referred to the ... of Gwal (Byblos), "for his father as his abode in eternity". Sarcophagus of Ahiram In the chamber were fragments of alabaster vases bearing the cartouche of Ramesses II, Mycenaean ceramic and ivory objects, and also Cypriote pottery similar in style to 7th-century ware. In dating the tomb, Montet assumed that all the objects found ...
... From "Ramses II and his Time" © 1978 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Chapter II Ramses II And Nebuchadnezzar In War And Peace Palestine's Three-Year Revolt and the Capture of Ashkelon Between the fifth and eighth years of Ramses II all Palestine revolted against Egypt.1 The battle of Kadesh took place in the fifth year ... , similar to those found in the graves producing the scarabs. . . . From this same deposit comes a finely engraved carnelian scarab bearing the name User-Maat-Ra, Setep-en-Ra, Ramesses II. This scarab has certainly been subjected to fire, its surface has a greyish patination, and discolouring and fusing is a feature of so many of the decorated ...
28. Evidence of the Prophets and Egypt [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... called them the Ynw-Mn.t .yw.  Thus Seti left his son with a potentially large empire, but Ramesses II was unable to maintain it. Ramses and His Problems The reason for the release of Zachariah to be king of Israel is, of course, conjectural. In the fifth year of Ramesses II, however ... of Haremhab, who ruled at least 27 years. [5 ] With the death of Haremhab a new family came to power in Egypt with the accession of the aged Ramesses I. The records of his successors, Seti I and Ramesses II, claim they conducted military campaigns into Syria and Palestine. [6 ] Seti I carried on ...
29. The Tomb Of King Ahiram. Ch. 3. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... From "Ramses II and his Time" © 1978 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Chapter III The Tomb Of King Ahiram The Speedy Scribe THE "Poem of Pentaur" contains a few Hebrew words which had infiltrated into the Egyptian language and were used instead of their Egyptian equivalents. So the word katzin is used for ... as to bring the date of Ahiram's inscription as close as possible to the time of the Mesha stele. "It is true that an alabaster vase with the cartouches of Ramesses II [Ramses II] and the fragment of another naming the same king were found in the tomb, which may well, therefore, go back to the thirteenth ...
30. Zetetic Scholar Nos. 3 & 4 April 1979 [Articles]
... end of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom), came out in 1952; Peoples of the Sea, the book covering the end of the revision, arrived in 1977; and Ramses II and His Time, released in 1978. Whereas Velikovsky's other volumes have engendered extensive discussion over a period of time, these works, even the earlier one, ... evidence" described by Joseph May as "persuasive" regarding the scheme in Peoples of the Sea is only superficially convincing. The core of the plan is the replacement of Ramesses III of the 20th dynasty (c .1175 B.C .) into the person and period of Nectanebo I of the 30th dynasty (c .375 B ...
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