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71. The Lion Gate At Mycenae Revisited [Journals] [SIS Review]
... (writing under the name of Israel M. Isaacson in 1974) clearly delineated the difficulty in ascribing LH III B-C pottery to the 14th-12th centuries BC. By analysing Mycenaean stratigraphy in the vicinity of the Lion Gate, Schorr revealed the probability that LHIIIC pottery .. . lasted until the 7th-6th centuries BC' . Stratigraphically 7th-century ... once again this resulted primarily from the synchronisms that can be established by comparison and correlation of Mycenaean objects found in datable Egyptian contexts and of Egyptian objects recovered in observed Mycenaean stratigraphic associations' . As far back as 1897 Tsountas  warned scholars not to ignore the unsettled state of Egyptian chronology' when enlisting the aid ...
72. The Hyksos and the Archaeology of Palestine [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 4 ) describes how these two innovations were used by Albright to date the beginning of MB II B: "On the basis of Egyptian chronology, when tied to Palestinian stratigraphy, Albright has correlated the earthen fortifications with the "Hyksos" conquest of Egypt and dated them in Palestine about 1700 B.C . or very shortly thereafter. ... "a brief but very eventful and momentous period" in the history of Canaan (7 ). W. G. Dever writes concerning MB II C: "Careful stratigraphic excavation at several sites has revealed a complex series of building phases and fortifications that must apparently be compressed within a period of about a hundred years, i.e ...
73. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 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 ... 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, ...
74. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Asher, Mark Bailey, Duncan Steel et al. can be substantiated by the archaeological, climatological and historical record. Archaeology and Geology Ever since Claude Schaeffer published his book Stratigraphie Comparée et Chronologie L'Asie Occidentale in 1948, there has been continuous scientific debate about the nature and extent of the destructions of Bronze Age civilisations. Schaeffer claimed that the ... disasters rather than with military conquests. The interpretation, however, which maintains that destruction layers are caused by seismic catastrophes, has been disputed due to the ambiguity of the stratigraphic record. The need for an accurate methodology of verifying the actual cause, extent and synchrony of Bronze Age destructions is therefore essential. Astronomy Research in the field of ...
75. The Autumn Meeting [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 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 ... 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 ...
76. The Emerging Revision of Ancient History: Recent Research [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... What Etzion does achieve is to produce a work that, in its depth, scope, command of sources and documentation, is likely to prove as authoritative as Claude Schauffer's Stratigraphie Comparée, (10) a book that influenced Velikovsky greatly. Etzion produces a coherent model fitting the biblical historical record to the archeological strata over more than 2, ... Exodus from Egypt and the conquest of Canaan occurred at the end of the Early Bronze Age, in the era known as Early Bronze IV or Middle Bronze 1A in the stratigraphical record. To the best of my knowledge, Donovan Courville was the first researcher to espouse the theories that the Exodus took place at the end of the Early Bronze ...
77. Updating Schaeffer's Destruction Inventory [Books] [de Grazia books]
... 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 ... 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 ...
78. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ]). My answer to Sieff was begun late in 1988 and provisionally completed in September 1989. It runs over 148 pages and deals, inter alia, with the stratigraphy of Ashur (mentioned by Dr Newgrosh in Workshop 1989:2 , p. 16) on pp. 30ff. A copy of p. 33 of this paper ... known from Herodotus I:84, 125 as well as from Ctesias) with the enigmatic Martu, the Old-Babylonians materialise to the as yet archaeologically missing Persian satrapy Babylonia which stratigraphically has to precede the Parthians or - elsewhere - the Seleucids. Since, up to now, my answer to Martin Sieff could not be published Dr Newgrosh, of ...
79. Poster Presentations Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... ). The sediments deposited indicate severe ground frost in an initial phase, i.e . large balls of loose dune sand, imbedded in the lower part of the stratigraphies, objects which could only have been transported in a frozen form. In spite of being found in a 5 m thick sediment sequence the fire places have the same ... would form part of the panorama described in ancient records. Prof Lars G. Franzén, University of Göteborg Prof Thomas B. Larsson, University of Umea 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 ...
80. Stiebing, BAR, and the Revised Chronology [Journals] [Kronos]
... we would like to discuss briefly the two main objections which Professor Stiebing raised against Velikovsky's reconstruction concerning (a ) the evidence of Mesopotamian synchronisms, and (b ) Palestinian stratigraphy. Stiebing raised the problem of the identity of the Mesopotamian el-Amarna correspondents - Assuruballit, Kadashman-Enlil, and Burnaburiash - who are usually dated to the 14th century B. ... , I feel impelled to answer the criticisms which you have returned. By way of introduction, I would like to stress my view that your articles in Pensée on the stratigraphical problems of Dr. Velikovsky's revised chronology form one of the most valuable contributions to the debate surrounding Ages in Chaos. They stated the problem, which all of Velikovsky's ...
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