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71. The Dawn of Astronomy: A Study of the Temple-Worship and Mythology of the Ancient Egyptians [Books]
... opinion.[1 ] He writes: - - "The latest investigations of Dümichen show- that the calendar of Medīnet-Habü is only a copy of the original composed under Ramses II. about 120 years before. .. .. "But the true original of the calendar of Medīnet-Habu does not even date from the time of Ramses II ... the Temple of Hathor at 158 Denderah; Plan of the Temple of Seti at Abydos Anubis, or Set, Anubis-Osiris, Osiris (as 26 Plan of the Temple of Rameses II. in the 159 a Mummy) Memnonia at Thebes Osiris seated 27 Plan of Temples at Medīnet-Habū 164 Various Forms of Bes- as Warrior, 28 The Bent ...
72. Velikovsky and His Heroes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the beginnings of the Hebrew Commonwealth in Ages in Chaos, so Nebuchadrezzar 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 Nebuchadrezzar 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 ...
73. The Foundations Of Egyptian Chronology. Supplement: Astronomy And Chronology Ch.1 (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... years of the current monarch. Hatshepsut's visit to the Divine Land took place in the ninth year of the queen; the battle of Kadesh occurred in the fifth year of Ramses II. Sometimes, however, a king and his son ruled together; in that case the chronology of the dynasty cannot be built merely by adding the years of ... unnamed) kings of Diospolis of the Twentieth Dynasty reigned 135 years (Africanus) or 178 years (Eusebius), and it seemed safe to place Ramses III and succeeding Ramseses in this dynasty. Actually, as I tried to show in this volume, Ramses III was Nectanebo of Manetho's lists, and he belonged to the last dynasty of ...
74. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... may find himself squeezed in his efforts to relocate the Merneptah Stele chronologically. Bimson already has a problem due to the fact that he inadvertently picked up a spurious date from Ramses II and His Time that was printed in the time chart at the back of the book. According to Velikovsky, the accession of Merneptah occurred in 579 B. ... begun his rule in -568 .. ." (emphasis Velikovsky's). Also, if Merenptah came to the throne in 579, he would certainly have been co-regent with Ramesses II, whose 34th year (when he married a Hittite princess) Velikovsky dates to 577; yet Velikovsky says only that Merenptah "might" have been co-ruler in ...
75. The Dynasty Of Priests. Part 2 Ch.1 (Peoples of the Sea) [Velikovsky]
... the Libyan desert-el-Khargeh, the southern oasis, and Siwa, the northern. Their dynasty preceded, was contemporaneous with, and followed in time the Twentieth Dynasty, that of Ramses III-Nectanebo I. [1 ] Ibid., p. 656 Cambyses' Conquest of Egypt The Persian period of ancient history begins with Cyrus the Great. From rather ... means, at least to some extent, going over the same ground twice, especially when dealing with the Persian succession. [1 ] "Egypt from the Death of Ramesses III to the End of the Twenty-first Dynasty," Cambridge Ancient History (Cambridge, 1975), Vol. II, Part 2, Chap. XXXV, p ...
76. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... / book (overseas) p&p .) Rameses III: Father of Ancient America by R.A . Jairazbhoy, 1992, $11 95 A theory that Ramesses III discovered the New World. The author investigates cultural achievements, myths, sculptures, language etc. and compares the New and Old worlds. The Lost Cities of ... 107, Glen Arm, MD 21057, USA. Add $1 / book (USA), $1 50/ book (overseas) p&p .) Rameses III: Father of Ancient America by R.A . Jairazbhoy, 1992, $11 95 A theory that Ramesses III discovered the New World. The author investigates ...
77. The Solar Eclipse of Mursilis II [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... , N.J . 1. E. Forrer, "Die astronomische Festlegung." Forschungen II, Berlin: 1926, 2; cf. I. Velikovsky, Ramses II. Doubleday, 1978, 142, n. 8. 2. J. Lehmann, The Hittites, New York: Viking, 1977, 206. 3 ... data presented are proposed below. Chronology A HATTI EGYPT Suppiluliumas I 1111-1071 Amenhotep III 1113-1076 Akhenaten 1087-1071 Arnuwandas II 1071-1070 Smenkhkare 1073-1071 Mursilis II 1070-1044 Tutankhamun 1071-1062 Ay 1062-1059 Horemheb 1059-1051 Ramesses I 1051-1050 Muwatallis 1044-1034 Seti I 1050-1039 Urhi-Teshub 1034-1027 Ramesses II 1039-973 Hattusilis III 1027-1002 Tudhaliyas IV 1002-972 Arnuwandas III 972-942 Merenptah 973-963 Suppiluliumas II 942- Ramesses III 931-900 Chronology ...
78. Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... adopting attitudes as closed-minded or ill-informed as those who defend the conventional chronology without question. Notes and References: 1. P. J. James: "A Critique of Ramses II and His Time", SISR III:2 , pp.48-55; C. O. Jonsson: "Nebuchadnezzar and Neriglissar: a Critique of the Neo-Babylonian ... of the translator to justify his position. How the 19th Dynasty started is not known. To clarify the issue one must add 400 years to the various starting dates of Ramesses II , and then ask, What does it point to? ' CHRONOLOGY RAMESSES II HYKSOS Conventional c.1290 BC+ 400 years = 1690 BC arrival Velikovsky c ...
79. The Dark Age Gap: An Open Letter to John Bimson, Peter James and David Rohl [Journals] [SIS Review]
... valid and compelling grounds for doing so. In particular, the later part of the Ages in Chaos series, as found in Peoples of the Sea (1977) and Ramses II and His Time (1978), called for the separation of the 18th and 19th Dynasties by almost two centuries a separation which neither archaeology not historiography could ... II (c . 860 BC) [2 ]. Gap of c. 480 years. c) Full-length mail shirts used in the time of the 19th Dynasty pharaoh Ramesses II (c . 1320 BC) are identical to first next appearance of full-length mail shirts in the time of Shalmaneser III of Assyria (c . 850 BC) ...
80. Radiocarbon Dating and Egyptian Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... for Ramesses II are 1304-1237 BC - see the table in CAH II:2 (3rd edn. 1975), p.1038. 6. I. Velikovsky: Ramses II and His Time (New York: Doubleday/London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1978). 7. E.K . Ralph, H.N . ... 5. Temple of Amun, Karnak One very important date for anyone concerned with Egyptian chronology must be that of the Ramesseum, the great funerary temple erected at Thebes by Ramesses II of the XIXth Dynasty - whose reign is conventionally supposed to fall in the 13th century BC [5 ], but who is identified in the revised chronology with ...
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