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61. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 66 years) and it would have to be argued that he was not such an old man when he died (e .g . Velikovsky on p. 216 of Ramses II and his Time) and/or coreigned with Seti. c). Jehoram and Ramesses III. It would be attractive to synchronise the Philistine pillage of Jerusalem ... supportive evidence. Tony goes on to link Aegyptos and Danaus with the early 18th Dynasty (p . 14), but he fails to mention that Aegyptos was also called Ramesses' who reigned for 68 years' [W . G. Waddel: Manetho (1940), p. 117] and that Danaus was the same king as ...
62. From Ramses III To Darius III. Part I Ch.5 (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... From "Peoples of the Sea" © 1977 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents From Ramses III To Darius III The Later Ramessides IN THE PRECEDING pages we confronted the historical material from Greek and Egyptian sources and arrived at the conclusion that Nectanebo I of the Greek authors is an alter ego of Ramses III of modern historians, or Usimare-meramun Ramesse-hekaon of the Egyptian royal monuments and official papyri. In his own time and especially among the Greeks he was known as Nectanebo, the name he might have occasionally used in less formal situations. Whether this was so or whether Ramses III had, as is known to have occurred with other pharaohs, more than one set ...
63. Velikovsky and his Heroes [Articles]
... the beginnings of the Hebrew Commonwealth in Ages in Chaos, so Nebuchadnezzar dominates the end, it is he rather than the great pharaoh Ramesses II who bestrides the pages of Ramses II and His Time like a colossus. Indeed, the reader of Ramses II must be rather puzzled by the book because there is so little of Ramesses II in ... figure. Just as the Amalekites dominate the beginnings of the Hebrew Commonwealth in Ages in Chaos, so Nebuchadnezzar dominates the end, it is he rather than the great pharaoh Ramesses II who bestrides the pages of Ramses II and His Time like a colossus. Indeed, the reader of Ramses II must be rather puzzled by the book because there ...
64. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 1985 at 11 Dulwich Court, Underhill Road, London SE22. Ten members were present. Discussion by the group centered on the main arguments put forward by Immanuel Velikovsky in RAMSES II AND HIS TIME in support of his claims that the Egyptian 19th Dynasty was largely identical with the 26th Dynasty of Manetho and Herodotus (664-525 BC) and that ... ). These arguments had been usefully summarised by Derek Shelley-Pearce as a basis for this discussion. The main planks of Velikovsky's argument were the similarity between the campaigns waged by Ramesses II in Palestine in the 13th Century BC and those attributed in the Bible and the annals of Nebuchadrezzar II to the 26th Dynasty Pharaoh Necho II; the specific parallels ...
65. Haremhab: Assyrian Vassal or XVIIIth Dynasty Pharaoh? [Journals] [Kronos]
... fully in a later issue of this journal. For the moment, I can only say that I find myself in almost total disagreement with Velikovsky's treatment of this problem in Ramses II and his Time.(37) Finds from Haremhab's Memphite Tomb . Further finds have been made during the excavations undertaken by Dr. Geoffrey Martin at Haremhab's tomb ... Saul) and to Thutmose I and Hatshepsut (contemporaries of Solomon). There is no doubt that Haremhab was the immediate predecessor of the first three XIXth Dynasty pharaohs- Ramesses I, Seti I (Velikovsky's "Seti the Great"), and Ramesses II, who was a contemporary of the Hittite kings Muwatallis (his opponent at the ...
... has surrounded his burial place. The Eighteenth Dynasty declined under conditions that are not sufficiently known, and history records that the Nineteenth Dynasty, that of Seti the Great, Ramses II (the Great), and Merneptah, followed. The period of transition from the Nineteenth to the Twentieth Dynasties is obscure. Among the kings of the Twentieth ... ; but a school of historians argued in favor of that theory: "The entry . . . could not be till after the last war of the Egyptians there by Rameses [Ramses] III, 1186 B.C . . . . There is no free play of uncertainty left."26 Archaeological considerations were presented to support this ...
67. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Kalahari San are quite different from those of the now extinct southern groups Professor J D Lewis-Williams, Department of Archaeology, University of the Witwatersrand. The Year 8 Inscription of Ramesses II in context It was disconcerting to see a reproduction of the now famous Ramesses II Year 8 inscription in C&CR 1999:1 . I fear that Dale ... their fortresses...The representation of the conquest of the fortresses had its place on the north flanking tower at the corner of the west side of the temple of Rameses on the west side of Thebes. An inscription was annexed to every fortress, beginning with the words, This is the city which the king took in the 8th ...
68. Gezer and the Philistines (Letter) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... my "Theory Workshop: Exodus and Shishak Unravelled" [C &AH, 7/2 ] I make clear that the Peleset, Tjekker, and Danu who attacked Ramesses III were in fact the Philistines, the tribe of Dan and the tribe of Asher in a confederation. Whelton makes my point exactly when he says the Philistines did ... Gezer, I am afraid that he has misunderstood my position regarding the Philistines. I do not cast doubt that they were "The Peoples of the Sea" who fought Rameses III. The reason for the phrase being in parentheses is that I cast doubt on their being called by this name. In my "Theory Workshop: Exodus and ...
69. Assyria and the End of the Late Bronze Age [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... c transition) with the upheaval of 717 BC at the time of Ahaz's death. Yet the pottery of Late Helladic IIIb is dated by associated finds bearing the cartouche of Ramses II who, according to Velikovsky's own chronology, came to the throne over 100 years later, c.610 BC.(1 ) Further, John Bimson has ... chronology) that are clear testimony of cosmic upheaval and widespread famine, definite anomalies under Velikovsky's own sixth-century date for these pharaohs: Little is known from the later reign of Ramesses II, while the reign of his son Merenptah was characterised by disturbances that remind one of the picture offered by Velikovsky for the mid-8th century. A Hymn expressing joy ...
70. Dirkzwager's Revision Questioned [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Sekhemkheperure Osorkon "I " Meryamon. In Dirkzwager's plan Ramesses "II" reigned simultaneously with the above-named Shoshenq and Osorkon: "I think that during the late years of Ramses II (recently dated by Gammon: 804-738) a prominent role could have been played by Sheshonq I and Osorkon I." His suggestion is questioned by the genealogy ... " and Uzziah, kings of Israel and Judah, we must start questioning this approach. Toward the end of 1979 such a discussion was published in SIS Review about whether Ramesses "II" could have led an expedition into Palestine during the peaceful time of such prosperous kingdoms. In this colloquium Dr. John Day blamed John Bimson for placing ...
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