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81. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , nevertheless, that while this evidence supported Dr Velikovsky's case for a downward revision of the accepted dates of the Hittite Empire, it did not support the claims made in Ramses II and His Time (but already known from the Theses) that the remains found at Boghazköy really belonged to the Chaldean or Neo-Babylonian empire of Nabopolassar, Nebuchadrezzar II ... period as we encounter elsewhere. "But it must be said before closing that Velikovsky's placements of the19th and 20th Dynasties still face major difficulties....Scarabs of Ramesses I and Ramesses II of the 19th Dynasty are found most regulary in Late Bronze contexts, and I find it absolutely impossible to date the end of the Late Bronze ...
... opinion. [1 ] He writes: - - "The latest investigations of Dümichen show- that the calendar of Medînet-Habü is only a copy of the original composed under Ramses II. about 120 years before. .. .. "But the true original of the calendar of Medînet-Habu does not even date from the time of Ramses II ... a purpose. The Month-Table at the Ramesseum I have said that the Ramesseum month-list is probably the oldest one we have. It is considered by some to date only from Rameses II., and to indicate a fixed year; such, however, is not Krall's opinion. [1 ] He writes: - - "The latest investigations ...
83. Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... it proposes several synchronisms of people and events which are sufficiently potent to justify keeping them in view even if the historical construction around them is revised. There are some in Ramses II and His Time and Peoples of the Sea which are in danger of being forgotten despite their considerable strength because of flaws in the sequences around them. Maybe we ... be selected. - B.N . Concerning the Rohl-James Chronology outlined in Workshop 5:2 QUESTION from Jim Clarke: In order to give weight to their choice of Ramesses II, as pharaoh Shishak, Rohl & James point to his 67-year reign - "as Shishak would have had to reign for some 40 years" to have been ...
84. The Autobiography Of Nebuchadnezzar. Ch. 5. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... From "Ramses II and his Time" © 1978 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Chapter V The Autobiography Of Nebuchadnezzar Climbing the Throne The autobiographical record of Hattusilis was prepared to, be kept in a temple of Ishtar. It is a confession and justification of his behaviour in coveting the imperial crown. The autobiography1 covers ... 49. J. D. Schmidt draws attention to the fact that in the treaty that Hattusilis concluded with Egypt the reign of his nephew "is completely ignored." Ramesses II (Baltimore, 1973), p. 125. 12 S. Bernstein, König Nebucadnezar von Babel, pp. 69-79. The figure of forty-five years is ...
85. The SIS Tenth Anniversary Tour of Egypt - Report [Journals] [SIS Review]
... "Swannies" heading for m.s . Nile Star to join the down-river cruise. The early morning flight meant that we were back in Cairo and settling into the RAMSES HILTON by 12.30 p.m . The rest of the day was free to relax in the sumptuous surroundings of this modern five-star hotel and to walk the ... especially in the short time normally allowed for the site in tour itineraries and time was slipping by. The party therefore restricted itself to the area around the fallen colossus of Ramesses II and the limestone sphinx. While the rest of the group was busy in the Colossus Museum, I took the opportunity to visit the tomb of the High Priest ...
86. Forum Part Two [Journals] [SIS Review]
... nouveau dont l'un, probablement le plus important, se dirige à travers le couloir syro-palestinéen et le long des côtes vers l'Egypte. Les textes du temps de Minephtah et de Ramses III décrivent la progression de cette ruée formidable qui avantit sur son chemin les florissants centres du Bronze. Pas un pays qui put tenir devant eux', rapporte l'inscription ... again of which one - probably the most important one - travelled towards the Syrian-Palestine passage and along the coast towards Egypt. The texts of the time of Merenptah and of Ramesses III describe the progression of this fantastic rush which destroyed, on its way, the flourishing centres of the Bronze Age. Not one country was able to resist them ...
87. Index of Authors
... in the Early Irish Tradition Emmet J. Sweeney, Kronos by Robert de Telder Emmet J. Sweeney, Menelaos in Egypt Emmet Sweeney, An Answer to the Critics of Ramses II and His Time Emmet Sweeney, Sweeney responds to Crowe Emmett J. Sweeney, Merlin and the Round Temple Emmett J. Sweeney, The Genesis of Israel and ... Sammer, Venus And Sirius Jan Sammer, Reopening the Sumerian Question Jan Sammer, Why Did Jesus Wash His Disciples' Feet? Jeremy Goldberg, "Palestinian Archaeology and a Ramesses VI-Shishak Identification"; Further Observations Jeremy Goldberg, David, Solomon & Archaeology: Revised Chronologies Compared Jeremy Goldberg, Genealogical Evidence for a Shortening of the Third Intermediate Period ...
88. Index of Titles
... Out of the Desert? Gammon, Geoffrey: The Place of Horemheb in Egyptian History Gammon, Geoffrey: The Walls Of Jericho Gammon, Geoffrey: THE BACKGROUND TO "RAMSES II AND HIS TIME" GAMMON, GEOFFREY J.: The Nature of the Historical Record Gaudry, Elizabeth: Phoebus Apollo - Aspect of Venus George R. Douglas ... M .: Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology Porter, Robert M.: Bronze Age Multi-Site Destructions (A Preliminary Review) Porter, Robert M.: Shishak - Ramesses II or Ramesses III? Prasher, C.L .: Assyrians and Babylonian Chronologies for 8th - 6th Centuries BC PROF. A. E. ROY: The ...
89. Failure of a Concept? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... observe that such a setting back of the 19th Dynasty (1 ) will blanket out the period of the Martian catastrophes and cosmic phenomena with a period that, particularly under Ramses II, had actually become very busy in taking up repairing the havoc Mars had wrought on its final visit,* and (2 ) would at the same stroke ... disasters of the 8th century documented by Velikovsky with the disorder and chaos that evidently ended the XIXth Dynasty and (in the conventional order of dynasties) preceded the reign of Ramesses III. 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 ...
90. Forums [Journals] [SIS Review]
... would be -657. Such a late date for a first possibility would never serve Mr James' revised revision, of course, but just looking through the Synchronical Tables in Ramses II and His Time we find the accession of Merneptah entered at "ca. -569", i.e . reasonably close enough to the fourth recurrence of a ... equally good or better case to be made out for applying Velikovsky's 8th-century disasters not to the "Libyan Dynasty" but to the end of Dynasty XIX and the accession of Ramesses III, which, with the modifications to the revised chronology suggested at Glasgow, would provide more substantial support for Velikovsky's proposals; and that we must above all argue ...
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