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51. Early 21st Dynasty Genealogy and the Consequences of Redating the Installation of HPA Pinudjem 1 to ca. Year 1 of Psusennes I [Journals] [SIS Review]
... in chief in Lower Egypt under Psusennes I (Ankhefenmut C). ( 'Soweit ging die Freundschaft nicht. ') 3. Piankh had nothing to do with der Ramses ideologie'. On the basis of the preceding scenario, these objections could be answered as follows: 1. Ankhefenmut A/B /C would be King's ( ... more appreciated in Tanis). In agreement with Maspero, the source of Psusennes I and Makare A's legitimacy would be Herihor and Nodjmet. SMENDES The above redating requires a Ramesses XI/Smendes overlap. This would fit well with (e .g .) the status of Tentamun in Wenamun's report. It could also help explain Pinhasy's campaign ...
52. The Fall of Imperial Egypt [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... of that dynasty would have been contemporary with the Neo-Assyrian rulers stretching from Shalmaneser IV through to Tiglath-Pileser III, who is recognised by us as an alter-ego of Cyrus. In Ramses II and his Time,Velikovsky equated Ramses II, greatest of the 19th Dynasty pharaohs, with the king known to Herodotus as Necho, whilst his son Merneptah was ... three were brothers, and that their story is preserved in Josephus, who lifted it from the pages of Manetho's lost work. The three characters mentioned here, Harmais, Ramesses and Sethosis, are normally believed to represent the characters of these names who established the 19th Dynasty (i .e . Horemheb, Ramses I and Seti I) ...
53. Chronological Problems in the Archaeology of the Hittites [Journals] [SIS Review]
... I would also like to point out at this stage that I am at variance with Velikovsky regarding precisely how a revised chronology could be reconstructed. In his forthcoming volume on Ramses II and His Time Velikovsky will present his case for dating Ramesses II and the XIXth Dynasty to the late 7th and early 6th centuries BC and for identifying the contemporary ... today as "Hieroglyphic Hittite", and the work of recording and excavating began in earnest. Egyptian relief showing the visit of the Hittite Emperor Hattusilis and his daughter to Ramesses II (seated between two gods) Most of the monuments to be studied lay in south-eastern Anatolia and northern Syria, at sites such as Hamath, Carchemish, Sakçagözü ...
54. On Language, Art, And Religion. Part I Ch.4 (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... fall of Jerusalem there existed a Jewish colony in Egypt. The influence of the Hebrew-Syrian language, conspicuous in the sixth century, must have become prominent in the time of Ramses III. This is indeed the case. In many instances Semitic words displaced Egyptian words, and the scribes of Ramses III "often abandoned a perfectly good Egyptian word ... head of Mazda, but with all the same characteristic details-a disc with stretched wings-can be seen on many portal lintels of Egypt under the Twentieth Dynasty (Ramses III and following Ramseses) and under the Twenty-first Dynasty (Herihor); the design can also be seen on Ptolemaic temple portals. And not only the lintel design but the entire form ...
55. Velikovsky and the El-Amarna period [Journals] [SIS Review]
... it belong? The appearance of the Mitanni/Medes and Hurrians/Urartu tends to indicate that the El-Amarna period should be (slightly) down-dated. Ages in Chaos and Ramses II and His Time In Velikovsky's Ramses II and His Time, the Egyptian 19th Dynasty (conventionally 1200-1070BC) was synchronised with the 26th (672-525BC). 19th Dynasty ... Ramesses II was identified as the biblical Necho and his opponent at the battle of Kadesh-Carchemish was Nebuchadrezzar, identified as the Hittite king Hattusilis. One chapter of the book deals with some names that occur both in the El-Amarna period (870-840BC) and in 7th century BC . A re-examination of this chapter and additional arguments could indicate ...
56. Velikovsky, Glasgow and Heinsohn Combined [Journals] [SIS Review]
... was short-lived. By the 1970s it became apparent that Velikovsky wished to separate the end of the 18th Dynasty from the beginning of the 19th by almost 200 years and his Ramses II and his Time (1978) argued for placing the great pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty in the first half of the 6th century BC. It was then that ... Tukulti-Ninurta, we are told, went on to conquer Babylon - a conquest so memorable it was celebrated in an epic poem. In the Time of Merneptah and Tudkhaliash IV Ramesses II, I have said, did not reign in the 13th century but in the 6th and his lifetime, along with that of his son Merneptah, was contemporary ...
57. Objections to the Revised Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... with Manetho in holding that the 19th and 26th dynasties are different, just as the 20th and 29th-30th dynasties are different. Egyptian Forces Repulsing the Sea-People' (Temple of Ramesses III, Medinet Habu) The Phaistos Disc (Crete: discovered 1905; dated ca. -1600- Middle Minoan 3. THE SEA-PEOPLES... PHILISTINES OP PERSIANS ... the 25th-26th dynasties of 280 BC ( 130) - a difference of 800 years for periods which, according to Velikovsky, are identical! Again, according to Velikovsky, Rameses III of the 20th Dynasty is identical with Nectanebo of the 30th Dynasty. However, radiocarbon tests give dates of 760BC ( 130) and 1150BC ( 130) for ...
58. Rohl's Revised Egyptian Chronology: Difficulties and an Alternative [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... very sound Egyptological arguments for a considerable shortening of Egyptian chronology between Dynasties 19 and 26.1 However, his proposed alternative chronology2, which would down date year 67 of Ramesses II from 1213 to 867 BC, is clearly too short by a wide margin. Likewise, this appears to be the case even for Rohl and James' previous ... Akheperre Psusennes, would allow the Henttawy problem to be solved by Henttawy A/Q's marriage to Psusennes I, son of Herihor. This would appear to entail a long Rameses XI / Smendes (i .e . short Dyn. 20/21) overlap. L. 1207 appears to set only 15 gen. between early Dyn. ...
59. "The Basest Of The Kingdoms". Part 2 Ch.2 (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... was the name of the shipowner Werket-El or Birkath-El, who maintained commercial traffic between Sidon and Tanis. No answer was found to the question of the identity of Khaemwise. Ramses IX or Neferkare-setpenre Ramesse-khaemwise-merer-amun and Ramses XI or Menmare-setpenptah Ramesse-khaemwise-merer-amun-nuteh kaon were considered but rejected. Khaemwise was "certainly a king"[8 ] but, Ramses IX and ... dating by this mysterious era are known already from the time of Ramses XI, a number of years before Herihor: thus "Year 7 of the Repetition-of-Births" under Menmare-setpenptah Ramesse (Ramses XI) is found in a document relating how the appointment of a certain Nesamun to the post of scribe at the storehouse of Karnak was decided by the ...
60. Shishak, the kings of Judah and some synchronisms [Journals] [SIS Review]
... :2 , p. 55-57. 22. Carlucci, DA, Kronos V:3 , pp. 11-22. 23. James, PJ, ' A Critique of Ramses II and His Time', SISR III:2 , pp. 48-55. 24. Jonsson, CO, ' Nebuchadrezzar and Neriglissar', SISR III:4 ... going back to the original raw data to check whether current trends - especially the attempts to locate the Amarna letters before the time of Solomon and to equate Shishak with either Ramesses II or Ramesses III - are really sustainable. The basic synchronisms between Mesopotamia, Palestine and Egypt (marked by capital letters in Table 1) derive from the histories ...
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