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91. Ramesses II And Greek Archaic Sculpture [Journals] [SIS Review]
... further related interest is the fact that the bronze bust of a pharaoh from Qantir - once thought to be Ramesses II but now considered to be of a much later date [16] - brings to mind the black granite head in the Louvre of the Pharaoh Apries (c . 580BC) [17]. Another black granite statue from Tanis -presumed to be Ramesses II - of which only the upper torso survives, also displays the round face, high cheekbones, slightly bulging almond-shaped eyes, and sweet smiling mouth' [18] that one can associate with Greek Kouros figures such as Cleobis and Biton (c . 590BC) found at Delphi [19], or the ...
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92. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... by a number of classical writers (viz. Polyaenus of Athens), but, even then, he extracts information from it which just isn't there. When the author of the Book of Sothis wishes to denote the rise of a new (foreign) dynasty he makes it quite explicit: "Next in the succession were 4 kings of Tanis, who ruled Egypt in the Seventeenth Dynasty for 254 years, according to the following computation. (Waddell, p. 239)" This statement is then followed by the Hyksos rulers. I could go on and on about a number of other appalling examples of Tony Rees' blatant manipulation of evidence, but I am sure that ...
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93. In Defence of the Revised Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Also Day's argument against this and the answer to it. The reader is left to draw his own conclusions. Similarly, Velikovsky proposes: the 2nd campaigns of Ramses II towards the Euphrates is recorded in his annals and in the Pentaur-poem, and has parallel in Jeremiah 46 (1 ). His first march towards it is related on the Tanis obelisk and the Nahr el Kalb (near Beirut), rock inscription, written in his second year (2 ). The city Kadesh the Old of the battle was Carchemish (3 ), where the remnants of the fortifications and double moats pictured by Ramses II are still recognisable (4 ). A fragment of a clay tablet ...
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94. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... we begin with the assumption that the name did become that of a city at the time of Rameses II but not before. The key questions are then: Where was the residence-city of that pharaoh located, and what is the history of the site? Pi-Ramesse was for a long time believed to have had the same location as the later Tanis, and this is the location assumed by Mr. Day. However, recent decades have seen a change of opinion on this topic. A combination of archaeological data and a careful study of the Egyptian sources describing Pi-Ramesse has led to the conclusion that the city was actually located some 15 miles further south, in the district of Qantir ...
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95. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... XXIst Dynasty, and covers roughly the same period as that covered in Part One. For Velikovsky argues that the XXIst Dynasty, usually thought to be a pendant to the XXth, and dated to c. 1087-945 BC, was in fact largely contemporary with it. The major figures of the priestly XXIst Dynasty, with its two lines at Tanis and Thebes, are examined: Herihor, Psusennes, the two Peinuzems, Menkheperre and Siamon. Their inscriptions reveal more anachronisms, and more evidence pointing to a date in the Persian period; and once again Velikovsky provides examinations of aspects of the art and archaeology of this Dynasty in support of his case. Chapter One contains a resume ...
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... custom. [8 ] G. Maspero (The Struggle of the Nations, 1896, p. 463) speaks of "a taste for a certain luxury and refinement" of the Pereset. [9 ] Herodotus, VII, 61, 63. [10] Ammianus, XXIV, iv, 15. [11] Petrie, Tanis, Pt II, "Nebesheh and Defenneh (Tahpanhes)", p. 78. [12] Ibid. [13] Dr. N. B. Millet of the Royal Ontario Museum kindly compiled, at my request, some references in Egyptian texts to Persia and Persians. He suggests that the double t in Persett was ...
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... , is placed in its proper historical position; when integrated, it finds many contacts with foreign countries of the same period, namely the period of Persian domination of Egypt extending into the Ptolemaic period, past the advent of Alexander. What goes by the name of Twenty-first Dynasty was a succession of hereditary priest-princes who resided in Thebes, in Tanis, but mainly in the oases of the Libyan desert-el-Khargeh, the southern oasis, and Siwa, the northern. Their dynasty preceded, was contemporaneous with, and followed in time the Twentieth Dynasty, that of Ramses III-Nectanebo I. [1 ] Ibid., p. 656 Cambyses' Conquest of Egypt The Persian period of ancient history ...
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... legendary character. There is evidence that the Abraham material was added to the body of Jewish legends we call the Bible only after the return from the Babylonian exile. Rohl [11] disliked Sweeney's suggestion that since all Pharaohs used many different titles, Rohl/James were wrong, when showing that Ramesses II material was reused by Libyans at Tanis, to say this proves Ramesses II came before the Libyans. Rohl pointed out that when a king used a nomen of a previous king, they always used other epithets to distinguish themselves from earlier kings. There was no evidence for another king with exactly the same name as Ramesses II. Mitcham [12] complained that Sweeney seemed ...
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99. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... came in the middle of the dynasty (which he illustrated satisfactorily with his paper strips) so that Osorkon II was contemporary with the end of the 20th Dynasty and part of the 21st. Bob suggested that Osorkon II was actually the power broker of that period, with Ramesses XI a nominal head of state and Psusennes I an ally at Tanis. Obviously there is much detail to work out and problems to address. Among these are the established use of stelae which seem to keep Shoshenq I early, confirming the biblical link of Shishak with Shoshenq. The Pasenhor Stela has been of great importance for obtaining a sequence of rulers for the 22nd Dynasty but it is entirely probable that ...
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... ),pp. 20-21. 25. Richard Parker, "Sothic Dates and Calendar Adjustment, ' " RdE 9 (1952), p. 103; idem, review of Untersuchungen zur Chronologie und Geschichte des Neuen Reiches, by Erik Hornung, in RdE 19 (1967), p. 186, n. 1. 26. Tanis stela, Greek, 1. 39; Demotic, 1. 38; hieroglyphic, II. 19-20. This was brought out long ago by G. H. Wheeler, "The Chronology of the Twelfth Dynasty," JEA 9 ( 1923), p 198. 27. Ptolemaic Chronology (" Munchener Beitrage zur Papyrusforschung und antiken ...
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