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101. Society News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of the LBA but Heinsohn's Mittani layers contain it and he calls the Mittani the Medes, who are the same as the Persians. So, is the Persian Period in the LBA? 3. Placement of Akhenaten. John Pietron led a brief discussion on the placement of Akhenaten. He has been looking for evidence for dating Akhenaten and found Tutankhamun addresses Amenhotep III as his father, not grandfather. John considered Akhenaten to be a Venus-event Pharaoh. The Aten was Venus - all the Aten rays end in a Venusian glyph in the Venus symbol. The sign of life is the sign of Venus, still seen today in the symbol for the London Metal Exchange. He thought the ...
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102. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... confidently expected exploration to unearth the fortress. David was a contemporary of Ahmose and Amenhotep I, Solomon a contemporary of Thutmose I and Hatshepsut, and after Solomon's death Jerusalem was sacked by Pharaoh Thutmose III - the Biblical Shishak'. Rohl, on the other hand, ( 'conclusion 19') makes David a contemporary of Akhenaten, Tutankhamun, Ay and Haremhab and the Hittite emperor, Suppiluliumas I. Both authors examine the el Amarna letters' in great depth, but emphasise different aspects. Velikovsky stresses the importance that Sumur' of the letters is Samaria - a city fortress built some seventy years after the sack of Jerusalem. Rohl concentrates on Labayu' and the habiru ...
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... ." However, as is clearly demonstrated by the quotations Ginenthal himself provides, Lydian was "related to" or "a descendant of" Hittite, not the same language. In the main, the attempt to equate the Lydians with the Hittites is reliant on semi-circular reasoning. Take, for example, the linkage of the Hittites to Tutankhamun, who in the short chronology of Egypt lived in the first millennium BC. These are arguments which slip into the fallacy of the negative proof (e .g . the fact that, as with Egypt, there is no unequivocal evidence as to the Hittite source of tin), and a few misunderstandings. [56] As ...
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... British Museum . . . admitted that results which deviate substantially from what is expected are often discarded and never published. It is my personal opinion that that is what happened in this case." In the meantime Oosterhout had received a direct communication from the British Museum: "this laboratory has made no measurements on material from the tomb of Tutankhamun... So the war continued to be fought quite vigorously. But the outcome remained tantalizingly inconclusive: the C-i4 dates of Egyptian objects had seemed a possible way of arriving at a definite answer at least about Velikovsky's revised chronology, but that has turned out- at least up to the present- not to be the case. ...
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... Cosmic Catastrophe in Paradise Lost' Alan Dilnot, Before the Greeks: Professor Davis's Cretan Decipherments Alasdair Beal, How Old is Greenland's Ice Cap? Alasdair Beal, Imaginary Worlds: Still Hot Alasdair Beal, Lies, Damned Lies and .. .. Alasdair Beal, Melvin Cook (1911-2000) Alasdair Beal, Relativity Corner Alasdair Beal, The Tutankhamun Prophecies by Maurice Cotterell Alasdair Beal, When the Gods Came Down by Alan F. Alford Alasdair N. Beal, A Bit Creaky? - Tree Rings, Radiocarbon and Ancient History Alasdair N. Beal, Einstein and Relativity Alban Wall, A Calendric View Of Stonehenge Alban Wall, An Ancient Celtic Water Cult: Its Significance in British ...
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106. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... I had suggested that if the Egyptians started counting years from the start of Akhenaten's reign (as claimed by the new chronologists'), this would suggest that Akhenaten was being honoured and not despised (since it would suggest that his reign began a new era). I also pointed out that if the Egyptians were doing this, then Tutankhamun, Ay and Smenkhare (whom the new chronologists', like their more conventional colleagues, presumably count as reigning between Akhenaten and Horemheb) should have had a higher number of years attested to their reigns than they do. If the Egyptians merely wanted to forget Akhenaten but needed a means of dating events that took place during his reign ...
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107. The el-Amarna Letters and the New Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... in much the same way that Aramaic was used as the principal language of the Near East at the time of the Achaemenid Empire (6th-4th centuries BC) or as French was used in Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries of the modern era. The correspondents of the Amarna Letters include three Egyptian pharaohs, Amenhotep III, Akhenaten, and Tutankhamun. They wrote to, and received letters from, the major and minor kings of the Near East. The major rulers were of the northern kingdoms of Hatti, Babylon, Assyria and Mitanni but they provide little chronological information that can be said to be independent of Egyptian chronology [4 ]. That being so, it will be ...
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108. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... almost universally rejected. One reader points out that Josephus' description of her as Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia is not taken seriously because, although the visit closely resembles that of Hatshepsut to Punt, this is supposed to have been 550 years earlier. He enquires whether there has been any carbon dating of the plant material from the tomb of Tutankhamun because, if Josephus was right, this should date at about 800BC instead of 1350BC. An enquiry a few years ago revealed that no such dating had been done. Are they afraid of the answers? Another reader later pointed out that Velikovsky had come up with the Hatshepsut/Queen of Sheba equation in 1953 - and still no ...
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109. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... have been the centre for production of valuable balsam oil, used to anoint kings, and operated from as early as the 6th century BC until the 6th century AD when it was burned down. Tutankhamun's grandmother Time-Life : Egypt, Land of the Pharaohs Analysis of hair taken from the mummy of Queen Tye has confirmed her identity as grandmother of Tutankhamun. Monumentally hard work New Scientist 20.1 .96, p. 8 A workers' burial ground, close to their living quarters and one km west of the Great Pyramid, has revealed that their skeletons were often deformed and damaged, showing that they endured chronic heavy labour building the pyramids. On average they lived not much ...
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... 25. Y. Aharoni, BASOR 184 (1966), pp. 13ff., and 201 (1971), pp. 35f. 26. Idem, BA 31 (1968), p. 24. 27. It is quite conceivable that Samaria in Israel was the centre of ivory work on Egyptian models. The tomb of Tutankhamun contained many art objects in ivory, not dissimilar to those found in Nimrud and Samaria. 28. E. Akurgal: Die Kunst Anatoliens von Homer bis Alexander (Berlin, 1961), p. 277. 29. "No Dark Ages' of six centuries' duration intervened in Greece between the Mycenean Age and the Ionian Age ...
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