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131. The Sea Peoples and the Philistines [Articles]
... detail would take me all afternoon, so I'll really just have to refer you to the already published discussions in the Review, in particular John Bimson's paper on the revised stratigraphy in the Glasgow Proceedings. Put very simply, the point made by Dr Bimson there is that material from the reign of Ramesses III, scarabs and so forth, ... a few words must be said about the pottery. Strictly speaking at least two new elements do appear immediately at the beginning of the Iron Age I period, that is stratigraphically after the reign of Ramesses III: 1. The name Philistine occurs for the first time in Egyptian records, a point already discussed, and 2. a new ...
132. Cratonic Stability and Rapid Erosion Events [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... . (Reprinted 1953) Halle L.J ., 1977: Out of Chaos. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 657p. Harbaugh J.W ., 1969: Stratigraphy and Time. Dubuque, Iowa: VVm. C. Brown, 11 3p. Hooykaas R., 1970: Catastrophism in Geology. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 50p ... perhaps 100 to 300 m, land areas become desiccated, water tables lowered, and stream beds incised. How long they last varies from region to region, but the stratigraphic evidence seems to suggest that they often are brief (100 Ka - 1 Ma) and correspond usually to major chronostratigraphic boundaries. Relative to the cratonic regime, these ...
133. Abbreviations, Glossary and Bibliography [Books] [de Grazia books]
... M ., Nature 273 (4 Apr. 1978), p. 75 for a comment extending Saul's sample Schaeffer, Claude F. A. (1948), Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l'Asie occidentale (Oxford University: London) Schröder, G. A. (1964), "Breakdown in a Gas Under Extreme Conditions" ... Rinehart &Winston: New York); Adams, J. A. S., see Heymann Ager, Derek V. (1973), The Nature of the Stratigraphical Record (Wiley: New York); (Ch. 3); (Ch. 4) Aggarwal, H. R., see Oberbeck Agrawal, P ...
134. Cosmic Catastrophism [Journals] [Aeon]
... 14. 115. Stiebing, Pensee 3:3 , pp. 11-12, especially note 17; John Bimson, "Can There Be A Revised Chronology Without a Revised Stratigraphy?," SIS Review 6:1-3 (1982), pp. 16-26. 116. See Bimson, op. cit., p. 23. \ ... are found below layers containing Late Bronze Age objects, and these in turn are beneath remains belonging to the Iron Age. As I pointed out many years ago, this stratigraphical archaeological evidence from the eastern Mediterranean cannot be reconciled with Velikovsky's synchronizations. (113) Archaeologists usually assign the remains of Iron Age levels in Palestine to the period of ...
135. The Burning of Troy [Books] [de Grazia books]
... . The latter are provided most forcibly by Claude Schaeffer and Immanuel Velikovsky. In 1948, Professor Schaeffer, who had excavated at Ras Shamra-Ugarit, published a treatise on comparative stratigraphy of the Near and Middle East during the Bronze Ages of the second millennium B.C . He incorporate the work of many predecessors, including the investigators of Troy-Hisarlik ... skull was definitely found in the stratum of Phase Ilg. 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. ...
... S-RP Sayce, .A . H., (ed. ), Records of the Past. New Series. S-SCCAO Schaeffer, C. F. A., Stratigraphie Comparée et Chronologie, 1948. T-HPW Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War. Edited in translation by Richard Livingstone. T-MNHK Thiele, E. R., ... pottery of the Hyksos period [sic] had been immediately preceded by Early Bronze .. .. It is scarcely accidental that this phase scarcely appears at all in the stratigraphic picture of Megiddo and Beth-shan and that it was equally lacking in the lower strata of the mounds of the Shephelah. ' The more diffuse evidences of this archaeological phase ...
137. Victory of The Sun [Books] [de Grazia books]
... K. (1970), "Orbits Of Charged Bodies," 6 Astrophysics and Space Science, 258-62. Schaeffer, Claude F. A. (1948), Stratigraphie Comparée et Chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale, Oxford U. Press, London. (1968), Ugaritica V, Imprimerie Nationale, Paris. Schaeffer, O. A ... Morphogenesis: A Multidimensional Model," 202 Science No. 4370 (November 24), 831-7. Ager, Derek V. (1973), The Nature of the Stratigraphical Record, John Wiley, New York. The Great Alaskan Earthquake of 1964 (1970), U.S . Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C ...
138. Collapsing Tests of Time [Books] [de Grazia books]
... try in this book and its successors a radical calendar that largely disregards radio chronometry; that treats carbondating as exponentially erroneous as it moves backward in time; that subjects geological stratigraphy to catastrophic premises; and that regard human legendary reports to be correct and reliable in the large. Since all long-term measures of time have become suspect, we can ... years if its matter were chemically inert and its heat only the primordial remnant. Other scientists disagreed, opting for longer durations to accomplish evolutionary processes. How uncertain were the stratigraphic estimates of time that geologists relied upon before new radiometric techniques came into use a generation ago is revealed in their quick surrender to radiometry: it is common joke that ...
139. Ice Core Evidence [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... They cannot determine whether or not radiocarbon samples used to create their chronology were contaminated; this is admitted by an expert in this field. When they discuss deep sea core stratigraphy as support for their chronology and we ask why the Devil's Hole core undermines its accuracy, they do not answer. When they discuss Greenland ice cores, asserting the ... . states how foraminifera[n ] fossils are often placed in separate biological categories- sometimes even superfamilies [and] are given a different name if they are found at different stratigraphic levels, while, if discovered together [at the same level], they would be considered the same species or genus. So modern foraminifera are likely represented in ...
140. Chapter 6 Egyptian Stratigraphy [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... CONTENTS Charles Ginenthal, Pillars of the Past 187 CHAPTER 6 EGYPTIAN STRATIGRAPHY Stratigraphy deals with the materials of mankind found in the soil. In Egypt, unlike Mesopotamia, cities were not built one on top of the other. Various pharaohs, according to Manethon, ruled for a period of time at a particular capital and then the kingship might be taken over by another pharaoh and those who followed him (or her, in rare instances), moved to another capital city. If Manethon and those proponents of the long chronology are basically correct, then pottery and other artefacts uncovered at a particular city should in large measure constitute the material of the time that city thrived. ...
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