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21. Forum [SIS C&C Review $]
... 1/ 7 0.01 (10.2) Saturn 372.66 372 0.01 (9.6) A Synchronous Stratigraphy? Sir, At the moment much research is being carried out on two alternative archaeological stratigraphies of biblical Israel, in response to the "revised chronology". One- being suggested by Dr John Bimson- argues that after Middle Bronze II B-C (the Israelite conquest ... Venus 575.53 575 0.03 (43.2) Mars 768.73 768 0.02 (28.8) Jupiter 393.15 393 1/ 7 0.01 (10.2) Saturn 372.66 372 0.01 (9.6) A Synchronous Stratigraphy? Sir, At the moment much research is being carried out on two alternative archaeological stratigraphies of biblical Israel, in response to the "revised chronology". One- being ... cartouches in both Late Bronze and Iron Age levels only supports the "synchronous age" approach and I believe this to be the natural interpretation of Palestine archaeology. Only a comprehensive stratigraphical review will decide firmly which of the two concepts discussed above is more feasible. However, initial evaluations- as presented above- clearly support the "synchronous age" approach as ...
22. HOMO SCHIZO I: Chapter 2: HOMINIDS IN HOLOGENESIS [Quantavolution Website]
... and diffusion of man, except for imposing sometimes rather obvious limits upon settlement. The Pleistocene-Pliocene boundary was set by the International Geological Congress of 1950 on the basis of late Cenozoic stratigraphy in Italy, more precisely on the entrance of northern marine invertebrates into the Mediterranean. This boundary, too, is scarcely useful, and should be ignored in reckoning the origins ... We will treat this matter when we discuss cultural hologenesis, but it may be worthwhile to mention here that the "Choukoutien formation must be considered as a perfectly homogeneous and distinct stratigraphical unit." To our view, this signals the possibility that the Choukoutien scenario was brief, not enduring for a hundred centuries or a thousand centuries. An archaelogical columnar section ... the origins of man in time. The Pleistocene record is always discontinuous and fragmentary, especially in glaciated areas. The task of scholars "would have been incomparably easier if some stratigraphic section covering the entire Pleistocene were available, showing, for instance a complete sequence of alternating tills and soils. Unfortunately, such a section seems to be available nowhere in the ...
23. Who Were the Assyrians of the Persian Period [Aeon Journal $]
... 135ff.) Within the last five years, the author has synchronized the post "Ninevite 5" strata of Assyria with the following sequence of historical periods. (1) Stratigraphy History (1) Hellenistic Hellenism in Assyria (2) Late Assyrian Late Akhaemenid rule over Assyria (3) Neo-Assyrian Middle Akhaemenid rule over Assyria (4) Middle Assyrian Early ... referring to a most active life in North Mesopotamia between 610 and 330 BCE should contain a kernel of truth, modern Assyriologists cannot confirm it. From the view of the author's stratigraphical approach to history, of course, the Assyrian materials from inside Assyria and the Assyrianizing materials from without belong to one and the same Persian Empire. This is not meant to ... century BCE. The following table was designed to make transparent how conventional scholarship manages to turn three contemporary strata of three different sites into three different periods. This author supports the stratigraphy-based history in the right column. Biblically-derived date of Hammurabi Pseudo-astronomical date for Amarna Real History (stratigraphy) Hellenistic Stratum Hellenistic Stratum Hellenism Old Babylonian Martu/Amorites against Quthians and Khanaeans ...
24. Old-Babylonian and Persian Terra-Cotta Reliefs [Aeon Journal $]
... in question is rarely given. Exceptions exist nonetheless, "Area 2" of the site of Der being one of them. From the Old-Akkadian period onward it exhibits the following stratigraphy: Stratigraphy of DÍr, Area 2 I Seleucids -300 IIB, A Old-Babylonians and "Kassites" -1700/1600 III Old-Babylonians -2000 IV Ur III -2150 VII to V Old-Akkadians -2400 ... order arises from a shortage of unambiguous information about their origin. Even when the sites are known (i.e., the pieces were not bought from a dealer), the stratigraphic position of the terra-cottas in question is rarely given. Exceptions exist nonetheless, "Area 2" of the site of Der being one of them. From the Old-Akkadian period onward ... (2400 BCE onwards) correspond to the pre-Medish Assyrians (750 BCE onwards), who should not be mixed up with the Sargonids (conventionally dated to the same period but stratigraphically belonging to the Persian period). (2) The Neo-Sumerians (2150 BCE onwards) correspond to the Neo-Babylonian/Late Chaldeans (625 BCE onwards), whereas the Old-Babylonian ...
25. A Concluding Retort [Pensee]
... guide to archaeology. My and Isaacson's efforts were lost on Stiebing. Not only does he disregard the value of non-mute witnesses --the texts whether on monuments or on papyri --but in stratigraphy he, as so many other scholars, claims as fact what is expectation: he cites what should be found, and on what level, as if it is really found ... Spring-Summer, 1973), I have shown how utterly unfounded this assembly of astronomical computations is, and on how many arbitrary assumptions it depends. The direct method of dating in stratigraphical archaeology where organic material is found is to apply radiocarbon tests. In "The Pitfalls of Radiocarbon Dating" (Pensee, Spring-Summer, 1974) I examined the limitations of the ... (Winter 1974-75) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered X" Home¦ Issue Contents A Concluding Retort Immanuel Velikovsky Dr. Stiebing (Pensee, Fall, 1973) raised the evidence of stratigraphic archaeology as an argument against my reconstruction of ancient history. In my "Reply to Stiebing" (Pensee, Winter, 1973-74) I made it clear that the finds of ...
26. The Israelite Conquest of Canaan [Aeon Journal $]
... I:4 (July 1988) Home¦ Issue Contents The Israelite Conquest of Canaan Gunnar Heinsohn Abstract: Archaeological sites in the land of Israel, exhibiting some of the finest stratigraphies in the world, were expected to yield four major groups of strata following the Chalcolithic and prior to the Hellenistic Age: for the period of (i) the Canaanites, ... Mesopotamian chronology laid out in the monograph Die Sumerer Gab Es Nicht (Frankfurt, 1988). The claim made in this study implies that the historical eras relating to the archaelogical stratigraphy of the ancient Near East are recorded by the text books in two places: once in their correct historical place in the very late second and in the first millennium before our ... strata dated on the basis of their link with Amarna; by bringing them from the 14th to the 7th century B.C.E., everything else falls into line. Despite the impressive stratigraphic completeness of Megiddo and its sister sites, however, historians and archaeologists dealing with them have always suffered from the lack of credible strata for the Israelite period between -930 and -730 ...
27. Can There be a Revised Chronology Without a Revised Stratigraphy? [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Review Vol VI No 1-3 (1982) "The 1978 Glasgow Conference Proceedings" Home¦ Issue Contents Can There be a Revised Chronology Without a Revised Stratigraphy? Dr John J. Bimson 1. The Problem Stated IN AN ARTICLE which appeared in Pensťe in 1973, W. H. STIEBING claimed that "Velikovsky's revised synchronisms for ancient ... cannot be reconciled with the stratigraphical evidence of archaeology" [1. One of Stiebing's objections to Velikovsky's chronology relies on the supposed association of Hyksos objects with pottery of the Middle Bronze II period in Palestine. I have shown elsewhere that this association does not bear close scrutiny [2. But Stiebing also raised another and more serious problem for the revised chronology ... the 1930's, none could be associated with any building remains [93. Hence they are not firmly linked with a particular building period, and have been conventionally dated independently of stratigraphic considerations to the reign of either Ahab or Jeroboam II [94. We must show that a much later date is possible. There is no a priori reason why ivories of ...
28. The Stratigraphy of Bahrein: An Answer to Critics [Aeon Journal $]
... From: Aeon I:6 (1988) Home¦ Issue Contents The Stratigraphy of Bahrein: An Answer to Critics Gunnar Heinsohn INTRODUCTION My study Die Sumerer gab es nicht (" The Sumerians did Not Exist) (1) was summarised by using the graphic below: TEXTBOOK ERAS FOR SOUTHERN MESOPOTAMIA Compressed to archaeologically existing and historically 1) Late Chaldaeans ... to start reading a book by going over the summary, I consider the chart partially reproduced above to be a likely source of my critics' belief that Bahrein gives them the stratigraphic sequence I ask for. In actual fact, they find the textbook chronology in the left column. This column, then, can hardly be used to refute my shortening of ... sequence in situ. Let us turn to the question marks for the beginning of "City II" with its Barbar ware. Like "City III" it was not dated stratigraphically, i.e. two periods prior to Alexander the Great which might bring it in the 7th century BCE. It was dated for its pottery also dug up at the Bahrein site ...
29. THE BURNING OF TROY: PART TWO: GEOLOGICAL ISSUES: CHAPTER TEN: INDIANS OF ILLINOIS [Quantavolution Website]
... time. 3) The technology scarcely changes. Even the mix of material does not radically alter. 4) The area in general is subject to flooding even nowadays. The stratigraphies show effects separating older layers of artifacts an hearths from newer ones; that is, silt, loess, and clay. Again these are in thin layers. 5) The ... and Recent Bronze Ages; that is, effectively terminating these civilizations. Therefore, the "New World" in some likelihood would show the same. If, however, the stratigraphy of American Indian settlements of the Mississippi Valley is continuous and shows no catastrophic effects between, say, 3,000 B. C. and 600 B. C., ... I shall be leaving for Greece soon, but I would like to talk to you more about them before leaving, if that is possible. My problem was this: the stratigraphic work of Schaeffer and others show heavy ashes and calcinated debris from natural disasters over "Old World" settlements and cities, ending the Old, Middle, and Recent Bronze Ages ...
30. The Chronology of Lyres [Aeon Journal $]
... proved themselves right good men, cast their slavery from them, and were free again." TELL BRAK Preconceived dates imposed on the strata of Tell Brak Author's dates based on stratigraphy and ancient historiography I Hellenism from -330 I Hellenism no gap underneath from -550 Supposed gap of some 800 years not attested by aeolitic layers and refuted by pottery shapes etc., ... the Mitanni stratum if the same conditions are met, etc, etc. Amarna's impact even reaches further than establishing contemporeanities. Where pre-Mitanni strata in different excavation sites not only share stratigraphical depth but also pottery styles, architectural ground plans, seals and even the language used for inscriptions or letters the postulate of one and the same nation being in control of these ... the Identity of the Great Hyksos with the Old Akkadians and the Late Assyrians. The equation Akkadians=Hyksos=Assyrians, thus, is not only historically but also materially and stratigraphically called for. The Middle-Assyrians who follow the Mitanni, of course, then had to be equated with the Persians whose strata-- as the Medish ones-- are notoriously ...
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