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41. Akhetaten - Horizon of the Aten [SIS Internet Digest $]
... to the east allows the rising sun to shine through the gap in a physical manifestation of one of the central images of Atenist religion. Boundary stelae were set up in Akhenaten's year 4, decorated with typical Amarna artwork. 15 of these have so far been found. The city was then constructed in haste, with a definite time frame in mind. Akhenaten's intention was that as Egypt's new capital it would endure for many years, but in actuality it was occupied through Smenkhkare's brief reign until (probably) the second year of Tutankhamun. After this it was largely abandoned and the population dwindled rapidly. A workmen's camp and possibly military garrison lasted for a short time after. Thus its life was brief, though profoundly important. During the 19th dynasty the temples built there were demolished again. The first serious exploration was undertaken in the early 19th century, and the first systematic exploration by Petrie in 1891. Since then, many different groups have studied the area. Most current work focuses on the main city. Many different approaches are used- mapping of ...
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... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:2 (Sep 2001) Home¦ Issue Contents The Tomb of the High Priest of Aten at Memphis Geoffrey Martin Summary This was another impromptu talk fitted in at short notice, to report on progress excavating a tomb at Sakkara found to be that of the High Priest of the Aten. Among other insights into the era, is the fact that the cult of the Aten clearly continued to flourish with official approval well into the reign of Tutankhamun, and that subsequent rulers felt no need to desecrate the tomb in the way shown for Akhenaten and his immediate associates. Content The tomb in question was found near to Horemheb's tomb at Sakkara, and has only recently been identified. The original motivation for investigating in this place was to determine if there had been a ceremonial approach leading to Horemheb's tomb from the east. This proved not to be the case, but the actual find was probably a much more significant one. It highlights the fact that in this area, many other tombs remain to be uncovered and explored, ...
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43. The Body in Tomb KV55 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Kings in 1907, by the same team who in the previous year had found the tomb of Tiye's parents. Hence they were strongly motivated to find Tiye's resting place. The current level of the valley floor is at the right height for the Ramessides (19th dynasty)- the 18th dynasty tombs are several metres below this, and it was at this lower level that KV55 was found. It had evidently been entered at least once and more probably twice in antiquity, and one reclosure had a known seal from the era of Tutankhamun. The original excavators found that a ramp had been constructed to assist with removal of items. Inside, a long corridor opens into a burial chamber, on the same principle as Tutankhamun's tomb. There were no decorations on the corridor walls. Inside the main chamber a small niche opens on the right-hand side, with Canopic jars in it. On the left was found one panel of a golden shrine, with the still-visible picture of a woman beside the mostly-erased image of a man. Other panels of this shrine were scattered ...
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44. The Amarna Period and Levantine Archaeology [SIS Internet Digest $]
... view which claims that in fact the Levant was always this tumultuous and difficult to govern, and the Amarna letters simply give us a window on this which is absent in other periods. However, it seems unlikely that Egypt under strong rulers would tolerate this. As mentioned elsewhere, much of the correspondence is sent from rulers of city-states who were vassals of Egypt- some remaining loyal and others seeking to establish their own territory. The role of Horemheb is interesting too. He was effectively the first representative of a new era. Tutankhamun was the last of the blood-line of the 18th dynasty, and Ay was closely connected with the old family and might be presumed to have continued their customs. In any event his reign was short. Before Horemheb Egypt would not consider giving daughters in marriage to foreigners, though it was of course common to take foreign women as marriage partners. However, in Horemheb's reign we know of a high-ranking lady (possibly a princess) being married to the king of Ugarit. So Horemheb's reign was different in this regard to those ...
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45. Contributors [Kronos $]
... ., Bib. Arch. Rev. and Astronomy. Mr. Ellenberger is a Senior Editor and Executive Secretary of KRONOS. Ilse Fuhr; Followed courses in archaeology at Munich, yet her vast knowledge in ancient history was acquired mostly as a private scholar. For twenty-five years she carried on a scholarly correspondence with Dr. Velikovsky, and translated some of his books into German. In 1963 Mrs. Fuhr was instrumental in obtaining, from Dr. Zaki Iskander of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, wood samples from the tomb of Tutankhamun for radiocarbon analysis- the story is told in the ASH correspondence in Pensée VI. In 1967 her book Ein Altorientalisches Symbol was published by Otto Harrassowitz Verlag in Wiesbaden. In 1977 she was among the contributors to the report of the excavations at Isin, published in the Abhandlungen of the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Phil-hist. Kl., Heft 79 (1977), pp. 135-145. Bennison Gray (Ph.D., Univ. of Southern California); The Drs. Gray are an independent husband-and-wife team specializing in heretical ...
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46. Contributors [Kronos $]
... UFO Report. He presently makes his home in Vancouver and is preparing several long-range major works on cosmic catastrophism and related subjects. Ilse Fuhr; Followed courses in archaeology at Munich, yet her vast knowledge in ancient history was acquired mostly as a private scholar. For twenty-five years she carried on a scholarly correspondence with Dr. Velikovsky, and translated some of his books into German. In 1963 Mrs. Fuhr was instrumental in obtaining, from Dr. Zaki Iskander of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, wood samples from the tomb of Tutankhamun for radiocarbon analysis- the story is told in the ASH correspondence in Penseé VI. In 1967 her book Ein Altorientalisches Symbol was published by Otto Harrassowitz Verlag in Wiesbaden. In 1977 she was among the contributors to the report of the excavations at Isin, published in the Abhandlungen of the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Phil-hist. Kl., Heft 79 (1977), pp. 135-145. Richard J. Jaarsma (Ph.D., Rutgers Univ.); Professor of English at the William Paterson College of New Jersey. ...
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47. Ash [Pensee]
... the German DEAR DR. VELIKOVSKY, March 20, 1963 This morning we got back safety, and first on the list will be to write to you, for you will certainly have been waiting eagerly for news. To enter straightway medias in res --a C-14 test can be made in Philadelphia! To be sure, for reasons presently to be explained I failed to get something from the period you mentioned, but got something instead from an absolutely sure source in a reign after your key-figure Hatshepsut, namely, from the tomb of Tutankhamun. And now a short chronological report. After failing to meet Dr. Zaki Iskander at first, because he had always just left the place where he was supposed to be, I was able to see him the day before last in Cairo itself. He was exceedingly pleasant, Prof. Malik's letters from Princeton must have opened all the doors, for from the start I perceived his readiness to give me something. We talked at length about the mummy of Ramesses III, about the mummies of officials of his time and ...
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... marks should be used throughout, except for quotes within quotes. 4. Titles of books and periodicals should be underlined (for italics) in both text and notes; chapters and article titles placed in double quotation marks. 5. Reference entries should confirm as closely as possible to the following examples (reference to Velikovsky's works by chapter and section-within-chapter, as these are available in several differently-paginated editions): 1. W in C I, iii: "The Collapsed Sky". 2. H. W. Fairman: "Tutankhamun and the End of the XVIIIth Dynasty", Antiquity 46 (1972), 8-14. 3. N. C. Wickramasinghe: "Where life begins", New Scientist, 274, (1977), 119-21. 4. Ibid., 120f. 5. Fairman, op. cit., 11. 6. S. Glasstone: Sourcebook on Atomic Energy (New York, 1950), 111-17 and 252ff. 7. M. G. Reade: "Senmut and Phaeton", SISR II, ( ...
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... marks should be used throughout, except for quotes within quotes. 4. Titles of books and periodicals should be underlined (for italics) in both text and notes; chapters and article titles placed in double quotation marks. 5. Reference entries should confirm as closely as possible to the following examples (reference to Velikovsky's works by chapter and section-within-chapter, as these are available in several differently-paginated editions): 1. W in C I, iii: "The Collapsed Sky". 2. H. W. Fairman: "Tutankhamun and the End of the XVIIIth Dynasty", Antiquity 46 (1972), 8-14. 3. N. C. Wickramasinghe: "Where life begins", New Scientist, 274, (1977), 119-21. 4. Ibid., 120f. 5. Fairman, op. cit., 11. 6. S. Glasstone: Sourcebook on Atomic Energy (New York, 1950), 111-17 and 252ff. 7. M. G. Reade: "Senmut and Phaeton", SISR II, ( ...
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... From: SIS Review Vol VIII (1986) "Tenth Anniversary Tour Issue" Home¦ Issue Contents SIS Tenth Anniversary Tour: Photographs Osirid columns in the second court at the Ramesseum Peleset captives from the reliefs at Medinet Habu The white limestone sphinx at Memphis Cartouches of Seti I and Ramesses II at Abydos The famous sphinx at Gaza In the shadow of the Meydum Pyramid The solid gold innermost coffin of Tutankhamun (Cairo Museum) Hathor column from Deir el-Bahari The exhausted photographer grabs a quick rest in the shade of the hypostyle hall at Karnak "> Interior of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel Dawn at Thebes from the deck of the m.s. Nile Star Sunset over the City of the Dead at Thebes Dusk over Cairo and the Pyramids The coffin from Tomb 55 (Cairo Museum) The tomb of Ramose in the foreground with the village of Gurna behind Column capital from the shrine of Hathor at Deir el-Bahari Zoser's step pyramid at Sakkara with the solitary entrance to the great enclosure on the left Felucca ride at tranquil Aswan The Sakkara necropolis viewed from the royal palace ...
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