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31. The Autumn Meeting [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... and known as Kat, have archaeological remains dated Sothically much earlier and presented to us now as those of a previously unknown civilisation, the Hittites. If the hard evidence of stratigraphy is taken at face value then a welter of such 'new' cultures disappear and in their place are recognisable the remains of powerful empires whose apparent absence is such a puzzle. ... of one accord. Gunnar Heinsohn was especially pleased to have heard the other two and only wished he had had much of Chris Walker's information years ago. He fielded a few stratigraphical questions and then suggested that the constant repetition of a few names in the same sequence in the Assyrian king lists indicated that many could be discarded as mere repetitions. Chris Walker ... extent that the world empire of the Persians is considered elusive, the Medish superpower a phantom and the confusion which has reigned over attempts to identify the Ninos Assyrians has led to stratigraphic inversions. How were these pen and paper chronologies derived? A biblical chronology was openly retained by archaeologists until the late 19th century and biblical chronology was originally based on the belief ...
32. THE BURNING OF TROY: PART ONE: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: CHAPTER SIX: UPDATING SCHAEFFER'S DESTRUCTION INVENTORY* [Quantavolution Website]
... inventory and analysis of strata of destruction in Bronze Age settlements, Professor Claude Schaeffer of the University of Paris wrote as follows: The great perturbations which left their traces in the stratigraphy of the principal sites of the Bronze Age of Western Asia are six in number. The oldest among them shook, between 2400 and 2300, all of the land extending from ... the countries. In Asia Minor also the urban centers (Tarse and Boghazkeui and Troy) suffered damage in the same period. This fifth perturbation is very distinctly marked in the stratigraphic sections of most of the sites explored in these countries. From about 1250 or 1225, the sixth and last great catastrophe fell upon the civilizations of the Bronze Age in Western ... in V The Society for Interdisciplinary Studies Review 3 (1980-1), 70. The sites studied by Schaeffer and a map of them is contained in his work of 1948, Stratigraphie Comparée and this author's Chaos and Creation (1981).In concluding his massive inventory and analysis of strata of destruction in Bronze Age settlements, Professor Claude Schaeffer of the University ...
33. Applying the Revised Chronology [Pensee]
... heroes, and the sack of Troy (81). At Mycenae, both within and beyond the citadel was, we have seen a number of chronological riddles involving archaeology, stratigraphy, and art history. The city gate, the stratigraphical section near the gate, the source of the Grave Circles, the tombstones above and the contents within the royal Shaft ... Mycenaean period is soundly established, it follows that the Egyptian dates cannot be lowered. In my previous article in this journal the Mycenaean-Egyptian dependency was explained, and examples of 600-year stratigraphical, archaeological, and radiocarbon problems were mentioned for the Late Helladic site of Pylos (7). The same sort of problem exists at nearly every Mycenaean site, but since ... After all the digging by Schliemann, Dörpfeld, and Blegen at Hisarlik, only one sherd has turned up which could conceivably fall within the 400-year gap postulated for the site. Stratigraphically, however, it was not found where it should have been. A rim fragment from a "Proto geometric" cup was found "with sherds of Phase VIIbl, but ...
34. Bookshelf [SIS C&C Review $]
... just one example). However these points will no doubt be dealt with in the future editions of the work which will certainly be required. AGER'S NEO-CATASTROPHISM THE NATURE OF THE STRATIGRAPHICAL RECORD by D. V. Ager (Dent, 1973) JAN TERASMAE THIS REVIEW, ORIGINALLY WRITTEN FOR PENSÉE, WAS EXCLUDED FROM THE FIRST ISSUE OF "CATASTROPHIST GEOLOGY" ... , catastrophes in the latter sense are local or at most regional in their geographical impact. Events that are "sudden" in a geological sense and are used to define major stratigraphic boundaries are essentially global in extent. Another characteristic of geologically sudden events (mass extinctions of biota, glaciations, the presence of some very widespread deposits) is that they may ... minor groups besides at the end of the Mesozoic". Ager's discussion of the fragmentary nature of both the sedimentary and the fossil records confirms what has already been commonly accepted by stratigraphers and palaeontologists. We know that many gaps exist in the stratigraphical record, which are gradually being filled by new information. Under the chapter heading of "catastrophic uniformitarianism", ...
35. Seismology, Catastrophe, and Chronology [Kronos $]
... that left Egypt prostrate and open to invasion. "In all sites examined till now in Western Asia, a hiatus or a period of extreme poverty caused a rupture of the stratigraphical and chronological sequence of the strata" (p. 564). "As to the nature of this third great upheaval-- registered in all the lands of Western Asia ... archaeological research, at his conclusions concerning the catastrophes, it could have been expected from Schaeffer that he would turn to historical sources to find a correlation of deductions made from the stratigraphic studies and mute finds. Having found that great paroxysms of nature ravaged the Ancient World, should he not have asked himself: Are there not in existence also references to such ... same series of interventions by the frenzied elements of nature. He was so impressed by what he found that during the next few years he put into writing a voluminous work, Stratigraphie comparée, published by Oxford University Press (in French) in 1948. On over six hundred pages supplemented by many tables, he presented this thesis. Several times during the ...
36. Glaciations, Biologic Crises and Supernovae [Catastrophism Geology $]
... during earth's geologic history and their possible influence on life evolution Nuovo cimento, 1958, 8, Suppl. N 2) Leonov G. P., 1973: Treatise of stratigraphy. T.I., lzd. MGU, Moscow Lester H., 1968 Cosmic rays from nearby supernovae: biological effects. Science 160 (3832) 1138-1139 Lichkov B. L ... . I also thank Mrs. V. Grudina for translation of this paper. 1. Glaciations and Epochs of Climatic Cooling Of the several major glaciations that are interred from the stratigraphic record, the oldest occurred during the Mesoprotozoic, about 2500-2300 MY ago (Salop, 1973). Proof of this lies in fossil moraines tillites and related formations) reported from ... Eocambrian and were ancestral to the Cambrian fauna. It is of interest that clear creeping tracks of trilobites are reported from the lowermost Lower Cambrian and even from probably Eocambrian strata situated stratigraphically far below the rocks bearing the first trilobite skeletons. Crybrocyatheans, the peculiar organisms with a cup-shaped outer skeleton and resembling archaeocyatheans, appear in the Precambrian -Cambrian boundary beds much earlier ...
37. On the Pendulum Experiment (Vox Popvli) [Kronos $]
... "exoheretic" precisely because he presumed to question irreverently some of the sacred precepts of the secular religion embodied in twentieth-century establishment science.... Gunnar Tomasson Bethesda, MD STRATIGRAPHY AND CATASTROPHISM To the Editor of KRONOS: Pursuant to the difference of opinion between KRONOS and the SIS Review regarding the period of the revised chronology following the 18th Dynasty (ca ... this writer on an informal basis during a recent Velikovskian class at the New School in New York City, is that Velikovsky's chronology beyond-- 830 is not supported by the stratigraphical record of Palestine and the Near East. On the surface, it seems these two positions are irreconcilable. There is, however, a possible reconciliation which would require the re-examination ... Dynasty (ca.-- 1050 to-- 830), allow me to make the following observation: The basic argument involves the primacy of sources-- literary versus stratigraphic. In the KRONOS position, which follows Velikovsky beyond the 18th Dynasty (see Velikovsky in KRONOS III:3 and IV:3), we have the 18th and 19th ...
38. Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective [SIS C&C Review $]
... David Rohl and the New Chronology; Will It Stand the Test of Time? 5.4 Peter James, Centuries of Darkness and an Alternative Revision 5.5 Gunnar Heinsohn and the Evidence of Stratigraphy The 1990s- Open Season for Revisionists 6.1 An Overview 6.2 Mainstream Revisionists 6.3 Ages in Chaos Revisionists 6.4. More Radical Revisionists- The Shishak Equation redefined 6.5 'Significant Others' The ... he was forced to use. Schorr revealed a host of similar 'problems' at other Bronze Age city sites and quoted dozens of archaeologists and art historians referring to stylistic anachronisms and stratigraphical 'problems' caused by the imposition of the mythological Dark Ages. 4. SIS and the pro-Ages in Chaos Era 4.1 1971-1978: the SIS Early Years. The roots of the ... local archaeologists in different countries. They continue to promote a revision of Egyptian chronology as the best, if not the only, way to explain and resolve the continuing crises in stratigraphic and paleographic dating which is evident in recent archaeological reports for the period from c. 1200-650BC. Indeed some conventional scholars are now debating the need for down-dating the Israelite stratigraphy, ...
39. Forum [SIS C&C Review $]
... and 2nd millennia from many sites in the Levant, Anatolia, Cyprus, etc. He summarised the evidence in a long fold-out table (No. IX) in which the stratigraphy and chronology at the main sites were tabulated in columns side by side. Right across this table run several interruptions to civilisation, the most prominent one being marked at about 1600 ... is over-extended by at least two hundred years, this is entirely feasible. So we come to the archaeological evidence. If the Exodus took place c.1450, forty years later the stratigraphic evidence should show clear evidence of Israel's conquest of Palestine. But it does not. In the orthodox scheme, 1410 BC falls at the end of LB I, when conditions ... et al. in Centuries of Darkness for the TIP). This is exactly what we find:- i). C. E. F. Schaeffer in his mammoth Stratigraphie Comparee et Chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale [reviewed by G. Gammon (1980) in SIS Review compared the strata of the 3rd and 2nd millennia from many sites in the Levant ...
40. A Return to the Two Sargons and Their Successors [Aeon Journal $]
... Ginenthal in separate papers which they independently published in AEON on the heels of my critique. What did they have to say? Let me first start with Charles Ginenthal. "Stratigraphy as History" In a short paper, published as a letter to the editor, devoted to stratigraphical evidence, [12 Ginenthal wrote: "Dwardu Cardona offers lengthy criticisms of ... Heinsohn's chronology, though the latter's reconstruction does appear to be in harmony with the stratigraphic facts. For all the length of his criticism, Cardona's effort is not persuasive in spite of his help from Professor Stiebing, because it essentially ignores this fundamental evidence." [13 The above is essentially not so. I did not ignore "this fundamental evidence. ... devoted to stratigraphical evidence, [12 Ginenthal wrote: "Dwardu Cardona offers lengthy criticisms of Professor Heinsohn's chronology, though the latter's reconstruction does appear to be in harmony with the stratigraphic facts. For all the length of his criticism, Cardona's effort is not persuasive in spite of his help from Professor Stiebing, because it essentially ignores this fundamental evidence." ...
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