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11. Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1986 No 1 (Jul 1986) Home | Issue Contents Forum Rejoinder from Lester J.Mitcham: Although I had hoped at this time to have a question dealing with the problems of the High-priests of Ptah at Memphis and the sequence of the 21st Dynasty kings at Tanis, it seems clear from David's answer to my partially related Question on the High-priests of Amun at Thebes (WORKSHOP 6:2 , p.21), that further discussions are required in that area. I will begin by repeating the main part of my Question - assessing the overall time placement of the 21st Priestly Dynasty at Thebes in relationship to the High-priests of ...
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... Ethiopia' came to the aid of King Hezekiah [11]. Esarhaddon, in reporting his conquest of Egypt, says, Everywhere in Egypt, I appointed new kings, governors, .. . ' [12]. Ashurbanipal lists kings of Memphis and Sais, Si'nu, Nathu, (Pi)shaptu, Athribis, Hininshi, Tanis, Sabnuti, Pitinti, Busiris, Punubu, Ahni, Pihattihurunpi(ki), Pishabdi'a, Pahnuti, Sikut, Himuni (Hermopolis), Taini, and Thebes [13]. Were all these kingdoms neglected by Manetho? The picture of regional kings given by Herodotus and late Assyrian inscriptions also holds for the late 8th century. ...
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13. Pharaoh So and the Libyan Dynasty [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... .) . I found it better to stay with Manetho. Then, the 23rd Dynasty, in fact a branch of the 22nd, began to rule during the period ca 730 - ca 610, let us say in the first half of the 7th century. Petubastet, the first king of the 23rd Dynasty, would have reigned in Tanis; contemporaneously with him Sheshonq III continued to rule in Bubastis. We could conclude that the first kings of the 22nd Dynasty, prior to Sheshonq III, possibly reigned in both Tanis and Bubastis. Now the prophet Isaiah7 says that Hoshea went looking for help in Zoan, i.e . Tanis. It is likely that Velikovsky in ...
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14. Forum [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , the 400 years must point to date prior to the 18th Dynasty. According to this chart, one sees the Rohl/James, Glasgow and conventional chronologies all pointing to some form of the Hyksos conquest. Are we then to believe that Ramesses II was celebrating the Hyksos conquest of Egypt? Rubbish! Was he celebrating the founding of Tanis? Tanis was an ancient port long before the 400 year date. It was known as Zoan, in the Bible. Was this the founding of a temple to Seth , at Avaris, as David supposes? This argument has long been put to rest. The so-called evidence for this is the inscription, "beloved of Seth, ...
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... name implies, it may be supposed that the city was built by a king who had the name Rameses. The ruins of the city believed to be that constructed by Israelite slave labor have been located in the eastern Delta region of Egypt, which area represented the location of Israelite habitation during their sojourn. The city was subsequently known as Tanis, and there is evidence that this was also the site of the city and fortification of Auaris, which served as the last stronghold of the Hyksos at the time of their expulsion from Egypt. The building of this city is generally credited to Rameses II of the XIXth Dynasty. As noted previously, this king is far out of ...
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16. Some Ideas for Further Investigation [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... kings from Taharqa to Necho II. It seems that the appointment of Taharqa by his father had a connection with his Palestinian policy- or should I write Assyrian policy? (3 ) Piankhy mentions a King Iuput in Thentremu and Taan and Osorkon in Bubastis.[12] Can't they be identified with Osorkon I, who probably ruled in Tanis and Bubastis?[13] His brother, the priest Iuput, who under Osorkon's father already seems to have played a political role,[14] can have been vassal king in Tanis. We know that Iuput the priest brought a number of mummies of kings to a safer hiding place. As that of Ramses II belonged among ...
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17. Dating the Kings of Dynasties XXI, XXII, and XXIII [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... these dates can easily be raised depending on the data for early dynasty XXVI. Thus Pedubast I from year 8 of Shoshenq III- 720 B.C ., for 25 years to 696 B.C . In 706 Takelot II had died and Pedubast I appointed Iuput I as co-regent at Bubastis (perhaps including Leontopolis, but probably not Tanis, where dynasty XXI held sway). Iuput I was followed by Shoshenq IV and Osorkon IV, being the Osorkon named by Piankhy. At Thebes Pedubast I was ultimately succeeded by Osorkon III, some time after 689 B.C ., being the 39th year of Shoshenq III. From Baer we may note a co-regency between Osorkon ...
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18. A Note on the Location of Avaris [Journals] [Kronos]
... (1 ) Informative material concerning Avaris has come down to us from the Jewish chronicler Josephus who, in turn, was quoting the words of the Egyptian priest Manetho.(2 ) Yet, for all that, modern scholarship appears steadfastly deadlocked in its ability to arrive at a definitive conclusion. (3 ) One group of scholars supports Tanis and another Khata na-Qantir as the site of the Hyksos capital.(4 ) Van Seters, however, has rightly pointed out that "the matter must be considered as more than an academic quibble. The location of Avaris has important implications for an understanding of the Hyksos rule. Unfortunately, while many scholars have debated the virtues of ...
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... is, buildings oriented east and west. Nothing is more remarkable than to go from the description and the plans of such. temples as we have seen at Abydos, Annu and Karnak, to regions where, apparently, the thought is totally and completely different, such as we find on the Pyramid Plains at Gzeh, at Memphis, Tanis, Sas, and Bubastis. The orientation lines of the German surveyors show beyond all question that the pyramids and some of the temenos walls at the places named are just as true to the sunrising at the equinoxes as the temples referred to at Karnak were to the sun-rising and setting at the solstices, and the Sphinx was merely a ...
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... both Aegyptus. It is clear, however, that this name originally refers to Seti II. His brother Armais (Amenmesse) should not be confused with the Hermeus associated with Sethos, who corresponds to Horemheb, contemporary of Seti I. The origin of the name Danaus is not known; it may have some connection with the city of Tanis, or possibly it could be a Hebrew loan-word meaning "judge", or, more accurately, warleader or chieftain. There remains to be identified the Sethos son of Amenophis "also called Ramesses", and the Sethos priest of "Vulcan" mentioned by Herodotus. Sethos called Ramesses can only be Seti II, son of Merenptah ...
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