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41. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... in the west during quite a number of dynasties? One such is the inscription over the tomb of Horemheb which distinctly states that the Sun now rises in the west. Other such evidence is in the burial of kings "the wrong way round" according to orthodoxy. I can well recall Howard Carter's remarks when he opened the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922. He said that after reading the instructions given to the workmen regarding the orientation of the golden shrine, he could not understand the mistake of workmen "who were usually meticulously careful" and that "it only goes to show that the best of workmen can make mistakes." As you know, the kings and nobles ...
42. Dating the Amarna Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to The Amarna Letters and the New Chronology' and am thus interested in comparing my proposed model with that suggested in the above paper. Thus, I am asking for clarification of a number of points: 1. I understand that the Amarna Letters covered about 28-29 years from perhaps the 32nd year of Amenhotep III to the 4th year of Tutankhamun. The total depends on whether there was, or was not, a coregency between Amenhotep III and Akhenaton. The total includes an apparent 9 years for the exploits of Labayu. What chronology for Labayu and the Letters do the two authors propose? Their equation of Labayu = Saul needs their reigns to agree in length. The Bible ...
43. The Body in Tomb KV55 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
44. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... - a fact illustrated by such names as Osorkon (Ashur-kan), Nemeret (Nimrud), Takelot (Tukulti/Tiglath), and Sosenk (Susa) - and accepted by many authorities, including Sir Flinders Petrie. In Velikovsky's chronology, this first Assyrian period of Egyptian history would have occurred ten years or so after the death of Tutankhamun (c .825 BC), and would have arisen through an invasion of Asiatic epigoni, descendants of warriors who had earlier accompanied Smenkhare in his attack on Thebes (an event portrayed on one of Tutankhamun's decorated chests). Thus the Assyrian Dynasty would have commenced in 815 BC, or shortly afterwards. Where, it will be ...
45. The Amarna Period and Levantine Archaeology [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , 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 ...
46. SIS Tenth Anniversary Tour: Photographs [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 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 ...
47. The Tomb of the High Priest of Aten at Memphis [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
48. Akhetaten - Horizon of the Aten [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 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 ...
49. C&C Review 2001:1: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Laurence Dixon on Velikovsky's Orbits 40 Monitor By Jill Abery 42 Pot Pourri by Paul Standring 49 Bookshelf by Jill Abery 53 Reviews 54 Alfred De Grazia's discography - reviewed by Brian Moore 54 Kronos by Robert de Telder - reviewed by Emmet J. Sweene 55 When The Gods Came Down by Alan F. Alford - reviewed by Alasdair Beal 56 The Tutankhamun Prophecies & The Lost Tomb of Viracocha by Maurice Cotterell - reviewed by Alasdair Beal 56 Ramessides, Medes & Persians by Emmet Sweeney - reviews by M.G . Reade & J.E . Aitchison 57 Predicting the Past by Roger Williams Wescott - reviewed by Jill Abery 58 Cattigara - Legend and History by Stan Hall - reviewed by ...
50. Aeon Volume V, Number 1: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... Dwardu Cardona, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Editor: Lewis M. Greenberg & Lynn E. Rose, Frederic Jueneman Consulting Editor: David N. Talbott. Science News Reporter: Tania ta Maria Volume V, Number 1 ISSN 1066-5145 Copyright (c ) November 1997 IN THIS ISSUE.Front Cover Funerary Mask of Tutankhamun (replica), shown wearing the head-dress of the radiant goddess. Photograph by Dwardu Cardona. Editorial By Dwardu Cardona Vox Popvli Our readers sound off. PAGE 5 Forvm Debate between Keith H. Rhodes and Wallace Thornhill on Donald Patten and Samuel Windsor's hypothesis concerning the recent organization of the Solar System. PAGE 9 Second SIS Cambridge Conference ...
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