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... of fields between the Fayym and the modern town of el-Minyeh, about ninety miles along the river. Ramesses VII and VIII, who Dr Velikovsky says "were mere pretenders who left no marks in history except for their claims to the throne," are both monumentally attested. Ramesses VII reigned for at least seven years and dedicated temples at Tanis and Heliopolis, and his position as son and successor of Ramesses VI has been demonstrated by Dr Kitchen. Ramesses VIII is known to have reigned for at least one year from a graffito in the tomb of Kyenebu at Thebes [28], and he was probably a half-brother of Ramesses VI. All the Ramesside rulers are known from ...
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22. Rohl's Revised Egyptian Chronology: Difficulties and an Alternative [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... to have been used by Rohl only to support another: He has argued that a late dating of HPM Shedsunefertum would allow a dating of the Dyn. 21 king, Akheperre Psusennes (apparently named by this genealogy as contemporary with Shedsunefertum's 5th ancestor) to the mid-Dyn. 22 period, as can very plausibly be suggested from architectural evidence at Tanis, considered in isolation.9 However, any other advantages of this scheme are very suspect10, and it would require what appears (for a good number of reasons) to be a clearly erroneous distinction between Akheperre Psusennes and Psusennes I.11 So it would appear that the just-mentioned Tanite evidence is misleading (as has long been generally ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 29  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/cat-anc/vol1501/58rohl.htm
... cache at Deir el Bahari, but not before he had placed among the mummies of ancient pharaohs the remains of Peinuzem II, who himself had rewrapped some of the mummies of ancient kings. It was probably again Si-Amon who replaced the remains of Psusennes' queen with those of "King" Amenemope in the tomb in the temple precinct in Tanis. A scarab of green stone with Si-Amon's name was found in the tomb's vestibule and it "amounts to a signature" (Montet). Peinuzem II, son of Menkheperre, flourished under Ptolemy I (Soter), and Si-Amon must have lived under the same king or, more probably, under his successor, Ptolemy II Philadelphus ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 28  -  04 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/peoples/204-si-amon.htm
24. Were Abraham, Joseph, and Moses Located in the Old Kingdom? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... end of the Sixth Dynasty. Abraham One of the supports Fry uses to place Abraham in the First Dynasty is that Josephus claims Abraham taught the Egyptians mathematics and astronomy. That would necessitate Abraham's entry into the Egyptian Kingdom prior to the building of the pyramids. A second reason is that the Bible states that Hebron was built seven years before Tanis (Zoan). The Book of Jubilees states that Abraham lived during the time of Hebron's construction, and further Egyptian history mentions Tanis/ Zoan in the Old Kingdom. A third reason claims that the artifact found in the Royal Cemetery ofUr, called by archaeologists the "Ram in the Thicket," is indeed a very close parallel ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 27  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/cat-anc/vol1002/096were.htm
... with HPA Smendes III- as "king's (grand)son of Osorkon (I )"- it would be Pinudjem II who should be (Dyn.21- and so) Theban-associated, as he in fact is. (Unlike Pinudjem I, Menkheperre, and the obscure Smendes II, Pinudjem II is attested at neither el-Hiba nor Tanis.) On such a basis, Harsiese B's otherwise perhaps difficult-to-explain appearance in any year 6 of Shoshenq III equated with year 9 of Takelot II could simply be as HPA-Thebes, and as a colleague of HPA Osorkon B's immediate predecessor at el-Hiba. As for Harsiese B's political shift, it would seem to be clear here that he simply ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 27  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/cat-anc/vol1202/159gen.htm
26. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Apis Bull burials at the Serapeum, where there were no bull burials from the end of Dyn. 20 until Osorkon II of Dyn. 22; (b ) the Royal Cache of Mummies at Thebes, where it appeared that a Dyn. 22 burial occurred before the tomb was sealed in late Dyn. 21; (c ) the Tanis Tombs, where we have Osorkon II of Dyn. 22 buried in his tomb before the Dyn. 21 pharaoh Psusennes I, again showing the two dynasties must at least overlap. Bob thought the last of these was the most compelling of the three anomalies. The various complicated and contrived explanations for this put up by various members of ...
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... Ba, Horus, Osiris, are common to the two. As new divinities we have [5 ]- Isis. Hathor. Xephthys. Ptah. Serk-t. Sokhit. Of these the first two and the last two undoubtedly symbolised stars, and there can be no question that the temples of Isis built at the pyramids, Bubastis, Tanis, and elsewhere, were built to watch the rising of some of them. The temple of Sas, as I have said, had east and west walls, and so had Memphis, according to Lepsius. The form of Isis at Sas was the goddess Nit, which, according to some authorities, was the precursor of Athene ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 27  -  25 Mar 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/dawn/dawn32.htm
28. The Fall of Imperial Egypt [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... we have given Upper and Lower Egypt; we do not like the kings of Asia... '" (14) The priests of Amon, the tutelary god of Egypt, were normally chosen from the royal family; and it is evident that the priest Horemheb must have carried in his veins the blood of the royal house of Tanis. This suggests very strongly that no great stretch of time elapsed between the end of the 19th Dynasty and the rise of the 25th. There is evidence that this same Horemheb briefly sat on the throne, for an otherwise enigmatic tomb in the Theban necropolis, that of a dignitary named Petamenophis, which clearly dates from the Ethiopian epoch ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 26  -  27 May 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0502/05fall.pdf
... king of the new dynasty was, moreover, an energetic and powerful ruler who erected monuments in many of the important towns throughout the land. Unfortunately the majority of them are either totally destroyed or poorly preserved, and our knowledge of those that are now lost comes from fragmentary inscriptions on blocks reused in the buildings of later times. At Tanis, in the northeast Delta, which was to become the main residence of the 22nd-Dynasty kings from the time of Shoshenq II onwards, Shoshenq I made additions to the new temple of Amun. This vast building was constructed largely of massive architectural fittings, colossal statues and obelisks of Ramesses II and Merenptah taken from other sites in the Delta ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v0801/31shosh.htm
... , or at least part. of this change took place between the periods named; they are undoubtedly justified as regards a part. At one point in this interval we are fortunately supplied with some precise information. In the year 238 B.C . a famous decree was published, variously called the decree of Canopus and the decree of Tanis; since it was inscribed on a stone found there. It is perfectly clear that one of the functions of this decree was to change, or to approve an already made change in, the designation of the season or tetramene in which the inundation commenced, from Thoth to Pachons. Another function was to establish a fixed year; ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  25 Mar 2001  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/dawn/dawn27.htm
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