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121. Of the Moon and Mars, Part 1 [Journals] [Pensee]
... P. E. Viemeister, The Lightning Book (New York: Doubleday, 1961), p. 137. 41. A. W. Graubau, Principles of Stratigraphy, vol. 1 (A . G. Seiler, 1924; New York: Dover, 1960), p. 72. 42. Apollo Lunar Geology Investigation ... other kinds of evidence in an effort to determine the age of the crater Aristarchus. And of these other kinds of evidence, we have already noted the appearance, the stratigraphic relationships, the intense radioactivity, and the luminous emissions from this site. Everything that is known about this crater argues in favor of its youth. It would be ...
122. It's Time to Get Serious About Manetho [Journals] [SIS Review]
... be seen to be delivered by written contemporary records. These now flow freely, despite the almost universal tendency to discount written records in favour of the allegedly unbiased value of stratigraphy in particular , and archaeological research processes in general. It will be from the wealth of written records, generally of neighbouring contemporaries, that the normally ... op. cit. p. 61. 12. A timely reminder to those drawn towards uncritical acceptance of Gunnar Heinsohn's challenging views on the proper utilisation and analysis of the stratigraphic record. Efflux Bauval and Hancock, in Keeper of Genesis, p. 264, quote a MK period Coffin Text which refers to the efflux of Osiris' . ...
123. An Integrated Model for an Earthwide Event at 2300 BC. Part I: The Archaeological Evidence [Journals] [SIS Review]
... (ed.): Chronologies in Old World Archaeology (University of Chicago Press, 1954), p.305; and C. F. A. Schaeffer: Stratigraphie Comparée et Chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale (Oxford University Press, 1948), p.535. 5. C. W. Blegen: Troy and the Trojans ( ... of agricultural life . There is extensive evidence for the disappearance of large settlements throughout the region at about 2300 BC . Schaeffer refers to a stratigraphic and chronological rupture between the V and IV levels of Tepe Giyan in western Iran occurring between 2400 BC and 2300 BC. Similar ruptures are reported by him at Tureng ...
124. Review: A Bronze Age Disaster. Exodus to Arthur: Catastrophic encounters with comets, by M.G.L. Baillie [Journals] [SIS Review]
... & Thorpe, IJ, Mediterranean Chronology in Crisis', in MS Balmuth & RH Tykot (eds): Sardinian and Aegean Chronology (Proceedings of the International Colloquium Sardinian Stratigraphy and Mediterranean Chronology, Tufts University, March 17-19, 1995, Oxbow Books, Oxford, 1998, pp. 29-43. 8. Franzén, LG & Larsson, ... , Landscape Analysis, Stratigraphical and Geochemical Investigations of Playa and Alluvial Fan Sediments in Tunisia and Raised Bog Deposits in Sweden: A Possible Correlation Between Extreme Climate Events and Cosmic Activity during The Late Holocene', in BJ Peiser, T Palmer and ME Bailey (eds): Natural Catastrophes During Bronze Age Civilisations: Archaeological, geological, astronomical ...
125. The Velikovsky Centenary Conference, New York, 1995 [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Worlds in Collision after Heinsohn, said Velikovsky's paradigm stands, although revised by Heinsohn. Velikovsky contributed much that is unique, was not done before and has lasted. Using stratigraphy, Heinsohn moves events much later than Velikovsky, eliminating false empires. Thus Neanderthal to Modern transition -2000; Neolithic to Bronze Age -1000; Bronze to Iron -600. ... so many say bible history is not confirmed - it is a disturbing puzzle. Heinsohn says the evidence is there and chronology needs to be corrected in line with the best stratigraphical evidence. Velikovsky's as yet unpublished The Assyrian Conquest may not connect with his earlier and later books. Heinsohn says the Hyksos were Assyrians (Sieff disagrees) and that ...
126. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and international trade, in keeping with the Bible's picture of Solomon's reign as a golden age (see my paper, "Can there be a Revised Chronology without a Revised Stratigraphy?" in the forthcoming Proceedings of the weekend conference held in Glasgow, April 1978). The final chapter, on the New Testament period, deals briefly with ... RECENT ARCHAEOLOGY (London: Colonnade, 1978). JOHN BIMSON Dame Kathleen Kenyon's important excavations at Samaria, Jericho and Jerusalem, and her contribution to the development of precise stratigraphical analysis, made her one of the most important Palestinian archaeologists, and her death in August 1978 was a great loss. In the present book we meet Kenyon in ...
127. Paleo-Calcinology: Destruction by Fire in Pre-historic and Ancient Times Part I [Journals] [Kronos]
... wrench around so much of the crust of the Earth at a single time? . . . to be continued. REFERENCES 1. Claude F. A. Schaeffer, Stratigraphie comparee et chronologie de I'Asie Occidentale (London: Oxford U Press , 1948), p.7 . 2. J.W . Mavor, Jr. summarizes ... adult skull was definitely found in the stratum of Phase IIg. Schliemann mentions the skeletons of two warriors' with bronze helmets, found in the burnt layer; but the stratigraphic position is not certified, and the helmets later turned out to be fragments of a bronze vessel. One might therefore conclude that the occupants of the town escaped. ...
128. Polymathics and Catastrophism: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Problems of Evolutionary Theory [Journals] [Kronos]
... in the history of our planet, none, it seems to me, is less deservedly ignored - by catastrophists themselves as well as by uniformitarians - than that of geological stratigraphy. The very existence of such universally accepted geochronological terms as era and period (or of such petrological terms as formation and bed or such paleontological terms as zone and ... ). pp. 4344. - The Ed.] LINGUISTIC EVIDENCE OF PROTOHISTORIC EVENTS In the task of reconstructing the protohistoric past, linguistic evidence is intrinsically less weighty than stratigraphic evidence, not only because words can constitute maps without territories but also because their significance depends almost wholly on interpretation. Because of this hermeneutic relativity, verbal evidence can ...
129. The Still-Lost City of Avaris: The Capital and Stronghold of the Hebrew Pharaohs (Hyksos) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... families of form, and that one family seemed gradually to evolve into another. This helped the young science and laid the foundation for the modern archaeological sciences of topology and stratigraphy. A self-taught man because of chronic asthma as a child, making him too ill to attend school, Petrie is a good example of how an individual can, ... of the history of the places in question. Van Seters questions the validity of the Tanis claim.23 He mentions there is a marked absence of any architectural phase or stratigraphic level that could be associated with the Hyksos. He goes on to say: It is obvious from these observations that Tanis is entirely unsuitable as a location for Avaris24 ...
130. Alternatives in Science: The Secular Creationism of Heribert Nilsson [Journals] [Kronos]
... emication as well as catastrophe are simultaneous for all these groups. This cannot be explained by an evolution but manifestly illustrates a revolution. (Nilsson 1953: 1191) Taking stratigraphy in its broadest sense as the evolutionary history of the earth, there is nothing exceptional about the Cretaceous period of that evolution. The invocation of a hiatus in orogeny ... epochs, as written down in the palaeontological layers from several hundreds of millions of years, shows that no calm evolution can be read into the text, neither from a stratigraphical nor a palaeobiological viewpoint. Violent revolutions, biological cataclysms, must have happened at least sometimes. (p . 1211) The catastrophism of Nilsson is even more destructive ...
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