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111. Recent Developments In Near Eastern Archaeology. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Century BC (Scholars' Press, Atlanta). Tappy went through the excavators' field notes and extracted what additional information he could. Crowfoot and Kenyon only published the stratigraphy and pottery in abbreviated form in Samaria-Sebaste .. . Vols. I (1942) & III (1957). In his first volume Tappy included two very conventional ... . 1, p. 346). The joint paper stated: This paper explores the possible implications of a sequence of 22 radiometric dates obtained from a detailed Iron I-IIa stratigraphic/ceramic sequence at Tel Dor, on Israel's Mediterranean coast [considered by the authors to have been a southern extension of Phoenicia]. To date, this is ...
112. Still Facing Many Problems [Journals] [Kronos]
... 23 February 1968), pp. 839-846 (840)] .] ICE CORES: In addition to long-term tree ring sequences, there exists another heretofore generally ignored long-term stratigraphy that bears witness to the times covered by Worlds in Collision. This record resides in the ice caps in the Arctic and Antarctic which contain a seasonal fluctuation in the ... , et al. ( 1980)] amply demonstrates. Nevertheless, as though to assert belief over the facts of the physical world, de Grazia states, "No stratigraphic column, whether geologic or archaeological, can fail to show evidence of natural destruction dating from the middle of the second millennium" (p . 63). Since ...
113. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and others to shift the start of LB I styles earlier than the conventional date. But more fundamentally, arguments for a two-phase pattern of destructions are precarious while the comparative stratigraphy of Palestine is in dispute to this extent. 6). David has missed the significance of the tombs containing the 18th Dynasty scarabs at Jericho. One of Garstang's ... was a pit tomb in which interments were added from the top with minimal disturbance to earlier ones; in other words Tomb V, according to Wood, contained a good stratigraphic sequence which Garstang carefully noted, and the association of the scarabs with particular pottery types (types also occurring on the tell) was reliable. It is this association ...
114. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of the more nationally inclined Persians to choose to build his home in the style used in Persepolis. Such remains in Babylon or Assyria only cause Emmet a problem if the stratigraphy is known, and lies before Tiglath-pileser III, or after Alexander. In my opinion Trevor has not realised the real nature of Emmet's reconstruction; almost all remains that ... the Persians, whose epoch came to a close with the conquest of Alexander in 332 BC. The problem with the above scenario is that it stands in complete contradiction to stratigraphic evidence. Site after site throughout Syria/Palestine indicates that the 12th Dynasty is stratigraphically contemporary with the 18th Dynasty. As an example, at Ugarit Claude Schaeffer found ...
115. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... in a cave and knowing beforehand due to the buzzing of bees'. After a chance to chat over a buffet lunch we reassembled to hear Bob Porter talk about the Stratigraphy of Israel'. Bob set out to convince us that the biblical Judges Period fits in well with the archaeology of the Middle Bronze Age in Israel (Palestine) ... an examination of the individual sites of Jerusalem, Jericho, Ai, Shechem, Shiloh, Samaria and Megiddo. The latter two would relate to the Iron Age and the stratigraphic position of the Assyrians. At Jerusalem, the water shaft up which David's men climbed was shown by Kenyon to have been built in connection with the MB defensive wall ...
116. The Mesoamerican Record [Journals] [Pensee]
... . ' " (Lehmann, 1938: 91-92, # 150-152). I hope that this retelling of the Popol Vuh, preceded as it was by the quandaries of stratigraphy and radiocarbon dating, has served both the purposes I spoke for at the beginning. We may dismember great epics in order to reconstruct history by stacking up their bones ... to a north-south axis. The existence of a ceremonial center at La Venta during Olmec I is far from established; it has only been inferred from the presence of three stratigraphic levels under a layer of sand (Drucker, Heizer, and Squier, 1959: 38, 44; Piña Chán and Covarrubias, 1964: 18). Bernal ...
117. Poleshift [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... sides transformed almost overnight into wilderness and in which dark ages have followed times of cultural enlightenment."66 What Gueck's scenario fails to deal with is the fact that pollen stratigraphy studies do in fact give clear evidence of a climatic catastrophe in historical times. This catastrophic climate scenario has recently been presented in terms of the established ancient historical chronology ... ... It's very deep, it's very old, in my opinion, and it gives a rolling and undulating profile. ' "Such undulations are easily recognizable to stratigraphers and paleontologists as having been caused by precipitation-induced weathering. ' As Santha Faiia's photographs of the Sphinx and the Sphinx enclosure indicate, this weathering takes a distinctive form of ...
118. Catastrophism and Uniformity: A Probe into the Origins of the 1832 Gestalt Shift in Geology [Books]
... the Conservatives had refused a hearing to the Huttonian camp earlier, now the Liberals pulled the same tactics when they got into power. The stronghold of catastrophism lay in a stratigraphy where unconformity and nonconformities, to say nothing of massive conglomerates, told of wide-ranging geological disasters of the past. Lyell, like Scrope before him, simply suppressed the ... the book of Genesis with the new research into Nature. Most successful of these was John Woodward's Essay Towards a Natural History of the Earth, in which he explained the stratigraphic sequence of rocks by supposing that during Noah's flood, all the surface rocks of the earth had been dissolved by the sea, later to be gradually precipitated out into ...
119. Three Views of Heinsohn's Chronology [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... reconstruction of the development of libraries, last but not least, also rehabilitates archaeological common sense: archives found under Hellenist strata of 330 BC belong to the Persian period where stratigraphy along would have them anyway. But back to our question: who could convince the ancient Near East that Akkadian would be the most appropriate lingua franca from Egypt to ... sites of Palestine (K . Galling: Textbuch zur Geschichte Israels [Tubingen, 1979], pp. 13ff). And only for a few of them is the stratigraphic position so well established as with the jug inscription from Hazor. No archive of any sort was ever found in Palestine. As meagre as the Hazor evidence might look ...
120. The Origins of Modern Geological Theory [Journals] [Kronos]
... the conservatives had refused a hearing to the Huttonian camp earlier, now the liberals pulled the same tactics when they got into power. The stronghold of catastrophism lay in a stratigraphy where unconformity and nonconformities, to say nothing of massive conglomerates, told of wide-ranging geological disasters in the past. Lyell, like Scrope before him, simply suppressed the ... book of Genesis with the new research into nature. The most successful of these was John Woodward's Essay towards a Natural History of the Earth, in which he explained the stratigraphic sequence of rocks by supposing that during Noah's flood, all the surface rocks of the earth had been dissolved by the sea, later to be gradually precipitated out into ...
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