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81. The Hyksos (Ages in Chaos) [Velikovsky]
... strongly fortified it with walls, and established a garrison there numbering as many as two hundred and forty thousand armed men to protect his frontier.75 According to Manetho, Auaris had a great stone wall "in order to secure all their possession and spoil". Several scholars have made various conjectures: it was located at Pelusium, at Tanis, and at Tell-el-Yehudiyeh. In the last-named place Hyksos tombs were unearthed,76 but archaeological study did not confirm the opinion of the excavator that it was Auaris. It was a small stronghold and not the huge fortress of the Hyksos rulers, pharaohs from the Fourteenth up to the Seventeenth Dynasty. Auaris is futilely sought on the eastern ...
82. Untitled [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... as a Hab/ 'piru Leader Laura Gollop The end of the eleventh century B.C . saw the Near East in a time of political change. Egypt's strength in the twenty-first dynasty was waning.[1 ] This once powerful country was again divided into Upper Egypt with a capital at Thebes and Lower Egypt with a capital at Tanis. To the northeast most of the neo-Hittite states had already fallen to the Arameans. Farther north, the Assyrian Empire had had a brief renascence under the rule of Tiglat-Pilesar I. Now, however, under the rule of his grandson, Aššurnasirp'al, Assyria was barely capable of defending herself against an increasing Aramean pressure. Throughout the Near ...
83. The Year Of 360 Days, Part 2 Mars Ch.8 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... of five days. The calendar of the Ebers Papyrus, a document of the New Kingdom, has a year of twelve months of thirty days each.26 In the ninth year of King Ptolemy Euergetes, or -238, 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 ca lendar 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 ...
... cannot be regarded seriously. Diodorus says that in the reign of Ptolemy Lagus (323-285 BC) they numbered 3,000, but if we reduce this figure to 10 per cent of surviving remains it is far beyond the mark, The very foundations of her most prominent cities are lacking in most cases and with such historic places as Heliopolis Tanis, Abaris, and many others (although Egyptologists have professed to identify them), this absence of identifiable sites is peculiar. After all, even in the damp climate of the British Isles and Scandinavia, foundations of prehistoric and, as has been shown, antediluvian sites still remain in situ, as well as traces of the domestic ...
85. Scarab in the Dust: Egypt in the Time of the Twenty-First Dynasty [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... for this period as the fall of the Israelite northern kingdom. I have linked the destruction layers attributed to the "Sea Peoples" at the end of Late Bronze to the conquering campaigns of Assyria in the time of the Mars catastrophes.  Given the Twentieth-Twenty-first Dynasty links,  the beginning of the priestly line at Tanis must belong at this point. (2 ) As mentioned above, the c. 720-700 B.C . date for Ramses IV and his immediate successors is confirmed by Michael Reade's work on the Ramesside star tables, identifying them with the cosmic event when the sun returned 10 steps on the sundial of Hezekiah, when the Assyrian army ...
86. My Challenge to Conventional Views in Science [Journals] [Kronos]
... was dominated by Huitzilopochtli, Ares of the Greeks, who protected the people of Troy, while Athene clashed with him protecting the Achaean host? Why was Mars of the Romans chosen as the protector of Rome, the greatest empire after the Empire of Heaven (Livy), while Athene gave her name to the capital of Attica, as Tanis to Tunisia? Why were human sacrifices brought in this country by the Pawnee Indians only a few scores of years ago, every fifty-two years connected with the Venus calendar? Why did the Ancient Assyrians mark on tens of thousands of clay tablets, free from any mythological theme, astronomical observations, but all data from before -687 are in ...
87. From the End of the Eighteenth Dynasty to the Time of Ramses II [Journals] [Kronos]
... . When Samaria chose to give her allegiance to Egypt, Isaiah regarded it as a political mistake. Isaiah 30:1 Woe to the rebellious children 2 That walk to go down into Egypt . . . to strengthen themselves in the strength of Pharaoh, and to trust in the shadow of Egypt 4 For his princes were at Zoan [Tanis] and his ambassadors came to Hanes. Because of the tribute Sosenk received from Hoshea, king of Samaria, the Ten Tribes of Israel were doomed to lose their homeland. Shalmaneser IV besieged Samaria. It is doubtful whether Sosenk sent a military expedition into Palestine to relieve the siege of Samaria by the Assyrians. There is no mention ...
88. Ancient History Revisions: the Last 25 years - a Perspective [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the Siwa Oasis, where he was confirmed as an Egyptian god. Archaeological proof' of Velikovsky's placement of Psusennes I of Dynasty XXI in the Persian era was provided by Montet, when he discovered foundation deposits of both Osorkon II of Dynasty XXII and Nectanebo I of Dynasty XXX under the corners of the walls of the Temple of Psusennes at Tanis. Ramses II and his Time included a study of the war of Ramesses II against the Hittites. Velikovsky showed in much detail how the Egyptian records of Ramesses II's exploits, including the Poem of Pentaur, closely match the exploits of an Egyptian king as described in the Old Testament, where he was given the name Necho'. ...
89. My Challenge to Conventional Views in Science [Journals] [Pensee]
... was dominated by Huitzilopochth, Ares of the Greeks, who protected the people of Troy, while Athene clashed with him protecting the Achaean host? Why was Mars of the Romans chosen as the protector of Rome, the greatest empire after the Empire of Heaven (Livy), while Athene gave her name to the capital of Attica, as Tanis to Tunisia? Why were human sacrifices brought in this country by the Pawnee Indians only a few scores of years ago, every fifty-two years connected with the Venus calendar? Why did the Ancient Assyrians mark on tens of thousands of clay tablets, free from any mythological theme, astronomical observations, but all data from before -687 are in ...
90. Objections to the Revised Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , chapter 1) Conventional chronology associates the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt with the reign of Rameses II (13th century BC, conventional chronology). This is supported by the fact that Exodus 1:11 states that the Israelites helped build the city of Raamses for Pharaoh. Raamses is the city in the Delta called Pi-Rameses (modern Tanis) and we know that this was built during the reign of Rameses II - indeed it was named after him. Velikovsky is clearly in trouble here, as his desperate expedients on page 45, note I (p .50*, not 100) show. First he suggests that there may have been kings earlier than the 19th ...
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