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... for many years to ensure his position on the throne. 5. Rawlinson, Ancient Monarchies, Vol. 3, London, 1879, p. 510. 6. Langdon, Building Inscriptions of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, p. 182. 7. Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, x, 9, 7. 8. F. Petrie, Tanis, Pt. II, Nebesheh and Dejenneh, p. 51. 9. Rawlinson, Ancient Monarchies, Vol. 3, London, 1879, p. 82. 10. Daniel 6. 11. David Roth, quoting Ali Rezah Saheb, from a talk given at the SIS Ancient History Study Group, C&CW 1995 ...
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... up by The New Chronology Debate' with responses to criticisms of the New Chronology, some already published elsewhere and some published for the first time in this issue. Rohl has responded to Brissaud's rude attack (see C&CR 1997:2 , p. 38) in a similarly outrageous manner as he refutes Brissaud's convoluted theories on the Tanis tombs. The second half of the journal contains articles on Iron Age Palestine and the chronology of Assyria. I reported in C&CR 1998:2 , p. 36 on a seal impression of King Ahaz which appeared on the antiquities market. Now another has turned up, this time of his son, King Hezekiah (Biblical ...
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... contentions of Ages in Chaos: generally, Avaris is looked for in the eastern part of the Delta. "The reader will be astonished to learn that a historical city was journeyed' by the Egyptologists all the length of the eastern side of the Delta, from Pelusium to Heliopolis, passing through Tell el-Her, el-Qantara, San el-Hagar (Tanis), Tell el-Yahudiyeh," wrote Montet in Le Frame d'Avaris. The site as identified in Ages in Chaos is quite a distance north-east from the Delta: el-Arish is at the wdi of the same name, known in the Old Testament as Nakhal Mizraim, "Stream of Egypt", the historical frontier between Egypt and Palestine. ...
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104. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... . Egyptologists can however distinguish between the two kings quite easily because, in his prenomen, Ramesses II used the epithet setep-en-Ra whereas Ramesses III employed the quite distinct meri-Amun. There is no evidence for another king with exactly the same royal names as Ramesses II i.e . the names which I used in my arguments regarding the monuments of Tanis and the Bubastite Portal at Karnak. Although I am certainly no specialist in Akkadian or cuneiform, I must also respond to Sweeney's resurrection of Petrie's suggestion that the 22nd Dynasty had an Assyrian origin. Sweeney uses comparisons between Libyan names and Assyrian names as his sole argument for the "fact" that "The Libyan Dynasty was actually Assyrian ...
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105. Venus Before Exodus [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Great Sphinx of Gizeh: "The sphinx (oriented true east) may possibly be ascribed to the earliest pyramid builders; it could only have been sculpted by a race with an equinoctial cult" [49]. He also noted that other temples at Gizeh were oriented to the sunrise at the equinoxes, as were temples at Memphis, Tanis, Sais and Bubastis [50]. These places all had their local Venus goddess, the temples were dedicated to their local goddess. Therefore, we suggest the cult of Venus as the sphinx was an equinoctial one. It's at this point I want to tell you of the Egyptian w3g festival. This was usually celebrated in the ...
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106. In Search of the Exodus [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... 18] It has of course been suggested that Ramses II was the father-in-law of Solomon, [19] and yet numerous historians have been absolutely convinced over the years that because of Exodus 1:11 the Exodus and "conquest" categorically ante-date Ramses II. Earlier occupation at Pi-Ra'messe, not yet positively identified- not, it seems, Tanis, but the nearby site of Qantir- has revealed Middle Kingdom and Hyksos occupation [20] beneath Ramesside palaces, storehouses, workshops, and temples. Miraculous Phenomena The biblical chronology, 480 years from the Exodus to the building of the temple in the fourth year of Solomon (1 Kings 6:1 ), together with the ...
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107. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the oceans. Terry Lawrence, Auckland, New Zealand Amenemope Question Dear Sir, When excavating the tombs of the kings' of the 21st Dynasty, Daressy found a piece of linen which named the year 49 of Amenemope; but Gardiner considered that it was most unlikely that this really belonged to this pharaoh', "since the tomb at Tanis in which his mummy originally lay is of the humblest description, in no way comparable to that of Psusennes I, its next-door neighbour." (A . Gardiner, Egypt of the Pharaohs [London 1961], p.324) An earlier Amenemope described as a scribe (ibid, p.274) we find writing to ...
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... its chief city Per-Soped, also called Kes or Kessa - the city of Goshen where dwelt the Israelites. 35. Rees: op. cit., references 4-6 36. Manetho from Syncellus according to Africanus 37. As preserved by George the Syncellus. In this 5th year of Conchares .. . next in succession were four kings of Tanis who ruled Egypt in the 17th dynasty... ' 38. Armenian version of Eusebius; see also version by Syncellus according to Eusebius: both in Manetho, Loeb Classical Library, pp. 97-99 39. G. A. Ainsworth: A pair of constellations' in Tribute to F. I. I Griffiths, p. ...
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109. Dating the Amarna Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... become a widow because of Egypt'); after a general phrase for the defeat of Canaan ( 'plundered is the Canaan with every evil'), he specifies Ramesses' two conquests of cities in that region: his sacking of Gezer ( 'seized upon is Gezer') - now confirmed by the recovery of a stela from Tanis - and his taking of Ashkelon ( 'carried off is Askelon'); the third city in this group was the primary focus of Seti I's great campaign into southern Canaan recorded on the northern outer wall of the hypostyle hall at Karnak ( 'Yanoam is made non-existent'). It is in this context that we should view ...
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110. The Egyptian Prince Moses [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Children of Israel after Moses' exile. Van Seters acknowledges that. the term "shepherds," which Josephus applied to the Hyksos, was a common epithet during the Middle Kingdom (pp. 124-25). Yet he claims the Hyksos usurped statues from the twelfth and thirteenth dynasties, arguing that they were not found in situ. At Tanis in fact he cannot find any archaeological level for the Hyksos (p . 130). Indeed, he should not, if the Hyksos were the "twelfth dynasty" with the thirteenth being a vassal dynasty administering the delta district Sesostris III created. Finally, concerning the Hyksos pharaoh Khyan, Van Seters claims he usurped a Middle Kingdom ...
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