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1. The Libyans in Egypt: Resolving the Third Intermediate Period [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... chronology as valid, with related dates for the Twentieth Dynasty yielding approximately 715-685 B.C . dates for Pharaoh Ramses III.[4 ] On my model Ramses III reigned 750-720. Can such dating for the Twentieth Dynasty, ... was only adequate for defensive holding actions in the decline of Egyptian power. Van Der Veen  compares Ramesses and Sethosis in the Manetho extract used by Josephus (Against Apion) to Ramses III. The Manetho pair had ... 8. Ibid. 9. Immanuel Velikovsky, "From the End of the 18th Dynasty to the Time of Rameses II." Kronos, III:3 . 10. Dirkzwager, op. cit. 11. Ibid. ...
... Breasted held to some such hypothesis. [Footnote: B-HE, p. 443.]'... Ramses himself was one of the gods of the city. Through these cities and Ramses' other great enterprises in this ... Tutenkhamon Cherres ( " ) Eye Armais (Harmhab) Seti I __ __ _( Rameses I) Ramesses (Rameses II) 1292-1225 Ammenophis (Merneptah) 4 antikings __ __ Rameses III The dates for the ... of Data on the XVIIIth and XIXth Egyptian Dynasties 256 XV The Kings of Dynasty XXIII 303 XVI The Sons of Rameses III as Given by the Medinet Habu Inscription 309 XVII The Kings of Dynasty XXI 312 XVIII The Kings of Dynasty ...
3. Epilogue: Questions And Answers (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... From "Ramses II and his Time" © 1978 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Epilogue: Questions And Answers THE STORY has been brought to a point where it is linked with the narrative contained in Peoples ... sixty-six years." To compound the issue, Eusebius has in the preceding, the Eighteenth Dynasty, a King Ramesses ruling sixty-eight years. Josephus has in the Eighteenth Dynasty a King Miamun (the royal nomen of Ramses II) ... for sixty-six years and two months. Africanus, however, omits this king (Ramesses of Eusebius, Miamun of Josephus) from the register of the kings of the Eighteenth Dynasty. At what solution did the modern historians arrive? ...
4. The Battle Of Kadesh-carchemish. Ch. 1. (Ramses II and his Time) [Velikovsky]
... From "Ramses II and his Time" © 1978 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Chapter 1 The Battle Of Kadesh-carchemish Who Was Pharaoh Necho, the Adversary of Nebuchadnezzar? The Assyrian Empire tottered and fell. ... of Lydia. Sardan means "the men of Sardis." 1 A. Gardiner, The Kadesh Inscriptions of Ramesses 11 (Oxford, 1960), p. 7. 2 Jeremiah 46. 3 Gardiner, The Kadesh Inscriptions ... Ramesses II, p. 8. 4 Ibid., p. 8. The Battle of Kadesh-Carchemish The famous battle of Kadesh took the following course. Ramses II, not suspecting that the army of the enemy was close by ...
5. Sequence and events [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Israelite Exodus left from the City of Rameses (Numbers 33:3 ) and that the Israelites built Pithom and Ramses as store cities... and that Joseph settled his family in the district of Rameses under Pharaoh's direction ( ... Ramessomenes; 21 Ramesseseos; 22 Ramessameno "In his reign the patriarch Abraham went down into Egypt"; 23 Ramesse Iubasse; 24 Ramesse, son of Uaphres Rameses as a name is far older than 19th dynasty, tho it ... the traditional sequences after the Middle Kingdom. Clark: The Bible says the Israelite Exodus left from the City of Rameses (Numbers 33:3 ) and that the Israelites built Pithom and Ramses as store cities... and ...
6. Historical Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the revisionist thinkers in the latter category, I was pleased to see this support for Velikovsky's theses as contained in Ramses II' and Peoples of the Sea' since by demonstration the convergence of so many probabilities, Velikovsky would seem ... that century. On the other hand, Dr. Velikovsky's revision, while it draws interesting parallels between events involving Ramesses II and Necho II; Hattusilis III and Nebuchadrezzar II; Ramesses III and Nectanebo I; and Ramesses VI and ... this issue of WORKSHOP largely for the sake of the record and also for Geoffrey Gammon's comments concerning the mummy of Ramasses II. - Ed. Historical Forum Sir, In Forum' of SISR III/2 , Chris Marx criticised ...
7. 'Peoples of the Sea': An Art Historical Perspective [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the Jew' In 1870, E. Brugsch discovered a large number of enamelled tiles in a palatial ruin of Ramses III at the Lower Egyptian site of Tell el-Yehudiya (the Mound of the Jew). The tiles had served ... [of] its similarity to the comparable heads on the chairs painted on a chamber of the Theban tomb of Ramesses III" (12). According to Cooney, who considers the initial comparison to be justified, the wooden ... there made and used for decorating their temple on the site of, or even on the ruined walls of, Rameses' building". Neither Naville nor Griffith accepted this interpretation. (See Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archaeology ...
8. Peoples of the Sea: An Art Historical Perspective... [Journals] [Kronos]
... the Jew" In 1870, E. Brugsch discovered a large number of enamelled tiles in a palatial ruin of Ramses III at the Lower Egyptian site of Tell el-Yehudiya (the Mound of the Jew). The tiles had served ... [of] its similarity to the comparable heads on the chairs painted on a chamber of the Theban tomb of Ramesses III. gl( 12) According to Cooney, who considers the initial comparison to be justified, the wooden ... were there made and used for decorating their temple on the site of, or even on the ruined walls of Rameses' building." Neither Naville nor Griffith accepted this interpretation. (See Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archaeology ...
9. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... paragraph therein states that, like Sweeney, I do not agree with most of the identifications proposed by Velikovsky in Ramses II and His Time. ' Is it a crime to disagree with Velikovsky? As a pioneer revisionist, he ... ) and Emmet Sweeney (pp. 80-88) present contradictory, but well justified, accounts of the time of Ramesses III (Dyn. 20). I suggest that the most probable explanation has to be that modern Egyptologists have ... . Once 27 Ramses II an d His Time was available it became apparent that the intervening years between Haremheb and Ramsesses II were too great to accommodate the incidents. Velikovsky's original brilliance had to be questioned. That's what I , ...
10. In Defence of the Revised Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , like the date for dynasties 25-26, contradicts BOTH Conventional and Revised Chronologies. This leaves only the dates for Ramses III, much earlier than the Revised Chronology places the king - but this is explicable under the factors mentioned for ... . 1: "Pi-Ha-Khiroth". 8. Ibid. 9. This lists several pharaohs bearing the name of Ramesses, placing them immediately before the time of the Hyksos. 5. THE HYKSOS Here Day really is on thin ... ! Velikovsky's evidence for the identification of the Hyksos with the Amelekites is overwhelming. Both came from Asia to conquer Egypt after a natural catastrophe of fearful impact both were herdsmen peoples and unspeakably cruel; both ruled in Egypt and despoiled ...
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