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... . Thursday 13th September For our last full day in Egypt we had lined up a second, more comprehensive, trip to the CAIRO MUSEUM. The three hours of this morning visit enabled our party to view the incredible Tutankhamun Collection in some detail and to also take in the rooms containing the treasures from the 21st- and 22nd-Dynasty burials at Tanis. After lunch, back at the hotel, most of the group went on a tour of Old Cairo to see the mosques, Citadel and Khan Khalili Bazaar. David Roth, Derek Batcheller and myself, however, returned to Giza by taxi to spend a very atmospheric few hours wandering over the whole site as dusk settled over the ...
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112. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... been king of Hebron and king in Egypt at the time of the Conquest or shortly thereafter. The tradition would then belong to a genuine corpus of Israelite Exodus/Conquest traditions. In Numbers 13:22 there is another reference to this Sheshai, and in relation to the famous mention of the foundation of Hebron 7 years before Zoan (Tanis). Kempinski believes that the mention of Zoan at this point clearly connects the passage in Numbers to the Hyksos, as he equates the biblical Sheshai with the ancient Hyksos king Sheshi. Very Ancient Peru source: Houston Chronicle 9.10.89 A remarkable flowering of civilisation has been recently confirmed for ancient Peru, roughly 5000 to ...
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113. The Albrecht/Glueck-Aharoni/Rothenberg Confrontation [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... just precedes XXII with probable overlapping. This then is the period designated as the "third dark period." It was the era of the Saite Dominion ruling from Sais. It was the era of the Ethiopian kings ruling from Ethiopia. It was the era of the double line of kings of dynasty XXI, one with an origin at Tanis, the other at Thebes. It was the era of late dynasty XX. And before the confusion ends, the Assyrians are ruling from Bubastis. It is not a matter of wonder why the several scholars who have attempted to compose a chronology of this era on time basis of a sequence of dynastic rule have not come up with ...
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... to be later than the 11th year of Shoshenq I. This is only possible if the dynasties are in parallel. A number of well-attested synchronisms preclude the possibility that the 22nd Dynasty preceded the 21st. This conclusion has a dramatic effect on the sequence of the 21st Dynasty rulers, conventionally as listed below. Smendes I - formerly Governor of Tanis Amenemnisu Psusennes I' (Akheperre) Amenemope Osochor Siamun Psusennes II' (Tyetkheperre) When the 21st and 22nd Dynasties were thought to be in sequence, Psusennes Tyetkheperre had to be identified as the second ruler of that name because he and his family were intimately associated with the family of Shoshenq I, the first ruler of what was ...
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115. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... name of Ramses II. Dr. Egbrecht (I cannot be sure of the spelling) spoke and he said: "I have found many sun-baked bricks containing straw, which were probably made by the Israelites before the Exodus". Dr. Velikovsky says ( Ramses II and His Time , p.209): "The ruins of Tanis are spread on a vast field in the eastern part of the Delta." I assume this is where the new excavations are taking place. No evidence was found (the bricks are no evidence - they are still being made this way today!) to connect this site with the Israelites, or to connect them with Ramses II ...
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116. Egyptian Monumental Evidence [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , which allows us to estimate a probable theoretical minimum for the dynasty of perhaps 100 years. The Third Intermediate Period - The Transition from Dynasty 20 to the High Priests of Amun at Thebes C.A .H . Vol 2, part 2, p. 644 ". .. While the kings of the Twenty-first Dynasty ruled from Tanis, generations of High Priests of Amun, descendents of Herihor, were in power at Thebes. In so far as each high priest succeeded either his father or his brother in the office, the seven high priests form a dynasty. Piankh, son of Herihor... was followed by his son Pinudjem [I ] .. ...
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117. Introduction - Ages in Chaos? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ', which was not very far from Shishak' [72]. Evidence for the overlap of Dynasties XXI and XXII, an essential requirement if 350 years were to be removed from history around the time of the Third Intermediate Period, included the complete absence of any Apis bull burials at Sakkara linked to Dynasty XXI. Also, at Tanis in the Delta region, it could be seen that the tomb of Psusennes I of the 21st Dynasty had been cut into that of Osorkon II of the 22nd, suggesting that Osorkon must have lived and died before Psusennes [73]. The New Chronology received much attention, particularly because of the publicity associated with the launch of the ...
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... , which is perhaps just as well, since it does not even feature in Budge's version. Moving to WIC p.321 now, we read: "In the ninth year of King Ptolemy Euergetes, or AD238, a reform party among the Egyptian priests met at Canopus and drew up a decree; in 1866 it was discovered at Tanis in the Delta, inscribed on a tablet. The purpose of the decree was to harmonize the calendar with the seasons according to the present arrangement of the world, ' as the text states. One day was ordered to be added every four years to the three hundred and sixty days, and to the five days which were afterwards ...
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... Doctor James Thompson; and an opera-glass of low power makes the phenomenon very distinct. 105. The much-vaunted Julian calendar was substantially the same in its method of intercalation as that formed 238 B.C . under Ptolemy III (Euergetes), a fact discovered by Lepsius, in 1866, when he found the Decree of Canopus at Sanor Tanis. 106. This was the same as Favonius, at first regarded as strongly blowing, but later as the genial and Life-bearing. 107. The Greeks knew it as the Fiery One; the Latins, as Hercules, in addition to its present title. 108. These are two of the few instances in Arab astronomy where more ...
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120. The el-Amarna Letters and the New Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and will now take place on 2nd August (for two weeks). The tour organisers have made new arrangements with Thomas Cook to hire their newly commissioned luxury cruise ship ms Nile Rhapsody, complete with on-board bathing pool. The cost of the cruise has also been substantially reduced and will now be just £1290, with special trips to Tanis, el-Hiba and Abu-Simbel included in the price. Only 4 cabins now remain, so members who would still like to join their fellow SIS and ISIS colleagues should write as soon as possible to: David Rohl, Chart Cottage West, Nutfield Rd, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 4BA, UK. \cdrom\pubs\journals\ ...
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