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41. A Chronology for Mesopotamia (contra Heinsohn) [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... indicate attested links. Spellings may vary from those in text. Study I (Babylon) This re-introduced the criticism of Lester J. Mitcham  as regards the stratigraphy of Babylon. It showed that an early or low stratum contained artifacts of Hammurabi's dynasty. But much higher than that, and hence much later in time, was ... been poorly established and that conventional interpretations of it had been based on incorrect information. He felt that the content of his papers on related stylistic matters, technical developments, stratigraphical anomalies were more significant. However, his misgivings plus the various anomalies he highlights seem to be insufficient to resolve the problem Study 1 poses for him. Study II ...
42. Some Additional Evidence from the Period from the Exodus to the End of the Eighteenth Dynasty [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . A. SCHAEFFER of the Collège de France, the excavator of Ras-Shamra/Ugarit. During the years of World War II and the years following he laboured on his Stratigraphie comparée et chronologie de l'Asie Occidentale. Working independently of myself, he came to the conclusion that great catastrophes of continental dimensions closed several historical ages; the greatest of ... yet Schaeffer conceded to me that some limited reduction of historical dates may be due - a view to which today more than one scholar tends [1 ]. Examining the stratigraphical evidence only, Schaeffer omitted to investigate literary sources that refer to the very same catastrophes, but a natural upheaval that took place in a historical period in a country ...
43. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 1991. Abstracts of Papers, Turin, 1991, pp. 208f.; cf. in greater detail G. Heinsohn: Who were the Hyksos? Can archaeology and stratigraphy provide an answer? ', paper read at the Six International Congress of Egyptology, Turin, 1st-8th September 1991, September 4, 1991. To this author, ... argued away. The Hyksos King Sharek (Salitis) and old-Akkad's King Sharukenu (Sargon) do not only have a name in common. They also belong to the same stratigraphical position, use the same pottery and both claim a strong influence on Egypt etc. To this author, they are one and the same person. Yet he is ...
44. Chronological Problems in the Archaeology of the Hittites [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , in accordance with the general thesis of Ages in Chaos. (This approach is in complete agreement with that taken by Dr John Bimson in his proposals for a revised stratigraphy, with regard to the relative placements of the XVIIIth to XXth Dynasties and the absolute dates he suggests for the Late Bronze Age.) The Hittite Empire, instead ... for Late Ugarit II and III to c. 835 and c. 750 respectively, to meet the evidence of the literary and archaeological parallels, would seem to pose no stratigraphical problems. Rather, it would help to close a hiatus of some 500 years in the history of the site. After the destruction of Ugarit III, conventionally dated ...
45. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Sothic dating <Radiocarbon dating < Pottery dating < Metallurgy as it is applies to pottery dating, as well as to carving and inscribed granite and diorite < Egyptian and Mesopotamian stratigraphy are also analyzed along with the evidence of: erosion, agronomy, climatology, agriculture, glass technology, domestication of the horse and ass, linguistics, forensic anthropology ... musical instrumentation of the hepatonic diatonic scale, and more. Published Mesopotanian stratigraphical research, based on geology and archaeology now indisputably prove 700 to 800 years were added to history by the archaeologists. Linguistics related to Hebrew, Greek and Hittite along with agronomy, climatology, irrigation, burial customs and artifacts, domestication of the horse and ass and ...
46. Heinsohn's Ancient "History" [Journals] [Aeon]
... 1 ) both were intimately associated with the Mardian tribe; (2 ) both were great lawgivers; (3 ) both worshipped similar deities; and (4 ) comparative stratigraphy. We will examine each of these points in turn. Cyrus "The Mardian"In various publications going back to 1986, Heinsohn has sought to draw a parallel ... the occasional presence of Old Babylonian remains beneath Hellenistic strata that would prove Heinsohn's case; rather it would be necessary to document that such a relationship consistently prevails at various different stratigraphical sites. If Persian strata were to be found immediately beneath the Hellenistic strata accompanied by the presence of Old Babylonian or other intermediate strata below the Persian, then Heinsohn's ...
47. Scientific Dating Methods In Ruins [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... (3 ) What Stiebing offers, in part, to refute the historical revisions, are four scientific dating methods: radiocarbon (C-14) dating, dendrochronology, thermoluminescence and stratigraphy. These methodologies are, according to Stiebing, in full agreement with the established chronology and, therefore, cannot be invoked to support major revisions of ancient history. ... , but only 27 have been used in our chronology. All but wood dates have been rejected because of unresolvable contamination problems and only wood dates that seem to be from stratigraphically significant material have been used. Other dates could be used to construct other chronologies. (24) (Emphasis added.) The investigators have chosen, once again ...
48. A Concluding Retort [Journals] [Pensee]
... 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 ... 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 ...
49. Heinsohn's Revised Chronology & Lynn Rose's Retrocalculations [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... brother George, President of the Institute for Nautical Archaeology, tells me that he personally excavated a bronze age' shipwreck and dated it around 1,300 BC by accepted stratigraphy methods (I assume, pottery-style indicia and the like), and now one of his best students, who has published his work in detail, has dated the ... :42:07 + 0000 It's impossible to find fault with ancient chronology as long as you accept the myth of "dark ages" and "huge gaps" in stratigraphical continuity. Heinsohn points out that the physical history of the ancient world shows the Greek historians were essentially right: archaeology sites show that there are four main settlement periods ...
50. Nemesis for Evolutionary Gradualism? [Books]
... ', Nature 287 (1980), p. 760. 83. K. Perch-Nielsen, J. A. McKenzie and Q. He: `Biostratigraphy and isotope stratigraphy and the "catastrophic" extinction of calcareous nannoplankton at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary', Geological Society of America Special Paper 190 (1982), pp. 353-372 ... are found with an average spacing of a fraction of a millimetre, whereas at Hell Creek there is an average of one dinosaur fossil per 1.1 metres of the stratigraphic column [9 ,22]. Hence, statistically, the extinction of the dinosaurs was likely to have occurred some considerable time after the death of the most recent ...
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