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... queen named Dakkamun wrote to Suppiluliumas requesting him to send one of his sons as a husband. The queen's late husband is named as Bib-kururia, or Nib-khururia, in cuneiform. It is generally assumed that the letter was addressed to the same Suppiluliumas as the man who wrote to Akhenaten, so that the dead king is believed to have been Tutankhamun (Nebkheperure). However, as Velikovsky stated, Tutankhamun's queen was not named Dakkamun. Only one queen by that name (Duk-hat-amun) is known from Egyptian history; she was the wife of Tirhaka. Duk-hat-amun became a widow after Tirhaka died of the wounds he received at the siege of Thebes in 663 BC. Of great importance ...
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... Venus to Saturn in the Polar Configuration which would lead to images expressed as petal wheels, the peacock (Juno's emblem), the scallop shell (Aphrodite's), a fan, a date palm, the feathered head-dress of the warrior hero; Medusa; the Egyptian simplified image of the papyrus swamp; the pharaoh's striped head-dress (think of Tutankhamun); three-legged emblems like the coat of arms of the Isle of Man, and even the Mercedes star. Talbott concluded: An uneventful Solar System is a myth. What we call myth is the history of the Solar System'. Ev Cochrane: Planetary Anomalies in Archaeoastronomy'. David Talbott was a difficult act to follow but ...
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93. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the events within the el-Amarna Letters were representative of the adjusted Assyrian push into Palestine under Tiglath-pileser III and Sargon II. The date of the Ethiopian invasion led by Piankhy required adjustments after I became aware that the invasion saw the temporary absence of Amun worship in Thebes reversed. This now lined up with the resurgence of Amun worship as decreed by Tutankhamun (see p. 291, Oxford History of Ancient Egypt). The letter from the Egyptian widow to Suppiluliumas of Hatti required to be dated accurately and after due thought I considered that the widow was the widow of Smenkhare. As other revisionists will confirm, there is abundant reference to Hatti c. 719 BC. Thus, an ...
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94. A Critique of "Ramses II and His Time" [Journals] [SIS Review]
... must place it largely in the 8th century. Outside of Egypt there is an abundance of data which leads one to the same conclusion - the XIXth Dynasty directly followed the XVIIIth. Velikovsky's late date for the XIXth Dynasty would throw all this data into confusion. For example, the Hittite Emperor Suppiluliumas was a contemporary of the Pharaohs Akhnaton and Tutankhamun (not necessarily of Amenhotep III as Velikovsky states), his son Mursilis the adversary of Seti I, and his sons Muwatallis and Hattusilis the contemporaries of Ramesses II. Because his reconstruction interposes some 150 years between the XVIIIth and XIXth Dynasties, Velikovsky is required to divide Suppiluliumas into two persons living in two different ages. The " ...
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95. Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of an illicit liaison. Yuya/Joseph's daughter Tiye became the Great Queen' of Amenhotep III, and Yuya/Joseph's son Ay became the penultimate pharaoh of the dynasty before Horemheb took over and restored the worship of Amun. Horemheb proceeded to wipe out every trace of the reigns of his predecessors Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten), Smenkhare, Tutankhamun and Ay insofar as they had followed Akhenaten's monotheistic heresy in worshipping the Aten. It would have been Horemheb who began to oppress the Hebrew people. The Pharaoh of the Exodus would have been Ramesses I. Osman provides a wealth of evidence which rules out the possibility that Joseph's period in Egypt could have been during the time of the ...
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... .42 No.43 daughter son CENCHERES RATHOTIS | No.44 son ACENCHERES Most commentators blithely assign these four monarchs, and sometimes even Danaus, to the late 18th Dynasty period on the basis of their placement in the 18th Dynasty list. Usually they attempt to link Orus of 38 years with Amenhotep III of 37-39 years, Rathotis with Tutankhamun, and Danaus of 4-5 years with King Ay of 4 years. This is despite Manetho clearly designating them all as foreigners and as a separate dynasty who had just arrived in the area. It also ignores the facts that Aegyptos was a king within the Delta while Danaus was a subordinate king in Libya. Nor can the relevant traditions ...
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97. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... which orbital inclinations and eccentricities oscillate to a small degree between maxima and minima. In the discussion on radiocarbon dating, Michael Jones took up what Dr MacKie had called the "slightly scandalous story" of tests made by the British Museum on two short-lived samples (BM 642a and b - reeds and dom-palm nut kernels) from the tomb of Tutankhamun, which produced (uncalibrated) dates of 846 and 899 bc - clearly at odds with the conventional chronology - but which remain unpublished. Michael Jones claimed that the conditions under which the contents of the tomb were first brought to the Cairo Museum and then stored had resulted in a degree of contamination which made the results totally unreliable. ...
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98. Further Notes on Abi Milki and Pygmalion [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... we have noted seems to be favorable for the demise of Akhnaton. The original calculations were designed to lower the rule of Jehu as far below 841 as possible. Revised Table Israel Judah Egypt Omri 879-869 Tibni 879-874 Thutmosis IV 876-868 Ahab 868-848 Amunhotep III 868-832 Ahaziah 847-846 Jehoram 845-834 Akhnaton 845-828 Jehu 833-806 Athaliah 833-828 Smenkare 830-828 Jehoahaz 819-803 Joash 827-787 Tutankhamun 827-819 Joash 805-790 Amaziah 802-774 Ay ? Jeroboam II 789-748 Azariah 786-735 Horemhab ? Zechariah 748 Pekah 748-729 Ramses I 805-804 Shallum 747 Jotham 747-732 Seti I 804-794 Menahem 747-738 Ahaz 735-717 Ramses II 803-737 Pekahiah 737-736 Merenptah 737-728 Hoshea 729-721 Seti II; Amenmesse; Siptah and Twosret Phillip Clapham References 1. i.e . Shalmaiati; Ages in Chaos ...
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99. Pillars of Straw [Journals] [Aeon]
... our time. This is because while iron objects in Egypt can be traced as far back as the pre-dynastic age, steel does not seem to have come into use in Egypt until the 18th Dynasty. At least a steel dagger with a gold handle, to say nothing of other objects made of iron, was discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun. [64] But was steel, or even iron, really required for the hewing of the pyramid stones? The Lesson of the Incas Inca wall at Cuzco, Peru, constructed of rectangular blocks in coursed masonry. (Photograph by the author.) No modern traveler to that stretch of South America which once constituted the Inca ...
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100. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... among the royal household. Does anyone know to what extent the Egyptians practised human sacrifice? It is rarely mentioned in books. Likewise, what about the Near and Middle East? The Assyrians dedicated prisoners of war to their gods but when did human sacrifice come to an end? Later, Velikovsky claims there was a conflict between Smenkhkare and Tutankhamun and a clash of armies. I have never seen this in books. Did it really happen? Likewise, he associates the fall of Akhenaten with a great plague. We know plague broke out in Syria-Palestine and from there was transported to the Hittite court of Suppiluliumas - but what evidence is there of plague in Egypt at the same ...
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