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Veikovsky is as comfortable with Astronomy as he is with Egyptology. Menu Home Articles Images About. He certainly seemed to follow the approach of most fringe theorists Erich von Daniken and Gavin Menzies are also offenders of declaring that because a piece of evidence might conceivably demonstrate velilovsky, it proves such-and-such.
His conclusions are rather out-dated, but even so, most other revisionist theorists owe him a debt for being the first to realize the problematic nature of the 19th century archaeological beliefs about Egypt that i,manuel prevalent and still are in many cases at the time.
Ages In Chaos
Are six hundred years missing in Israel’s history, or have six hundred ghost years crept into Egyptian history? Jun 22, Steve Tretiakow rated it really liked it.
The 12th Dynasty of ancient Egypt has been moved almost years closer to the present, ending with Alexander the Great’s invasion in And quite a few other specimens on different subjects. Velikovsky’s work has been harshly criticised, including even by aes fellow chronological revisionists.
Ages In Chaos by Velikovsky, Immanuel
Lists with This Book. Page edges are lightly darkened and smudged. A reconstruction of ancient history from the Exodus to King Akhnation. Curiously, Velikovsky’s file for the Brown trip contains typed rebuttals to all the panelists except Sachs, for whom only partial, penciled notes exist—but later that year Velikovsky would reply hcaos Kim J.
Ages in Chaos: A reconstruction of ancient history from the Exodus to King Akhnaton
Ages in Chaos is the second book by Immanuel Velikovskyfirst published by Doubleday inwhich put forward a major revision of the history of the Ancient Near East. By the time Egypt has surviving written records again, it is possible to lay those records alongside the Palestinian-Syrian histories, shift them six centuries, and match up the wars, diplomacy, and cultural styles. Cover clean with very light shelf wear and gentle signs of handling use, spine very lightly creased and very light sun faded.
I hold back the coveted fifth star from my rating only because this is very deep material and not everyone will enjoy it to the degree that I did. Shiny Owl Books Published: This velikogsky recosiders time lines for ancient history in the near east Ancient Egypt and Israel.
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Blue dustjacket in very good condition. This copy of Ages in Chaos: Styles of written belikovsky do the same. Susan rated it liked it Dec 20, Historical verification of the ten plagues in Egypt, the Solomon’s temple, and other documented evidence that confirms biblical chronoloy, showing for instance that a year period in our standard books of ancient history actually never existed. Aug 23, Lee Belbin rated it really liked it.
Infollowing the much-postponed publication of further volumes in Velikovsky’s Ages in Chaos series, the United Kingdom-based Society for Interdisciplinary Studies organised a conference in Glasgow specifically to debate the revised chronology. The concept of alter egos: Other books in the series.
A Test of Time. Velikovsky is not the only scholar who dares to question the accepted history with regards to the Biblical and the Egyptian history, as David Rohl also goes down that path with his book, though I will not necessarily discuss this here as I also intend to write a commentary on that book. Very good with the spine cocked, small sticker on front fly in a good only dustwrapper that is worn and torn on edges, spine faded.
Book is Near Fine to Fine. Shift them six centuries, and they match the events described in the Books of Kings and Chronicles, the Mesha Stele of Moab, and Assyrian records. The controversy over the chronology of Ancient Egypt has not entirely gone away.
Languages Deutsch Edit links. As a mater of fact they can’t find contemporary corroboration for very much of the Old Testament. The basic argument is that somehow I didn’t pick up how the accepted chronology of ancient Egypt includes a non-existent year period.
Ages in Chaos Publ. The resulting wild stretches of explanation become unnecessary when star dating is tossed out and the normal comparisons of culture and historical events are used.