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Notes

  1. Chronology of the Old Testament, Kriegel Publications, 1973.
  2. K.A. LeFlem, "Amenophis, Ozarsiph, and Arzu," Society of Interdisciplinary Studies Workshop, 5:1, 14-16.
  3. Arie Dirkzwager, "Pharaoh So and the Libyan Dynasty." Catastrophism & Ancient History, III:1, 19-24.
  4. Philip Clapham, "A Solution for the Third Intermediate Period of Egypt." SIS Workshop, 4:3, 2-11.
  5. Peter Van Der Veen, "Sethosis: Seti from the Kinglists." SIS Workshop, 5:1, 19-21; Peter Clapham, op.cit.
  6. LeFlem, op.cit.
  7. Clapham, op.cit.
  8. Ibid.
  9. Immanuel Velikovsky, "From the End of the 18th Dynasty to the Time of Rameses II." Kronos, III:3.
  10. Dirkzwager, op.cit.
  11. Ibid.
  12. Clapham, op.cit.
  13. Dirkzwager, op.cit.
  14. Martin Sieff, "The Age of Mars: A Revised Chronology for the Eighth Century." Paper, awaiting publication.
  15. Ibid.
  16. See my "The Road to Iron: Eighth and Seventh Century Metallurgy and the Decline of Egyptian Power." C&AH, IV:2, 123-35, for a discussion of Ramses II's hegemony over the land of Israel. This, of course, correlates with the later high period of the Hittite Empire in the Late Bronze II period.
  17. Dirkzwager, op.cit.
  18. Clapham, op.cit.
  19. Joshua Korbach, "Dirkzwager's Revision Questioned." C&AH, V:2, 95-101.
  20. See Louis Ginzberg, Legends of the Jews. IV, 260-61.
  21. Hoshea 12:1
  22. Clapham, op.cit.
  23. Dirkzwager, op.cit.
  24. Ibid.
  25. Korbach, op.cit.
  26. Immanuel Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision. Part 2: In Osorkon's third year "the flood came in the land … the land was in its power like the sea; there was none of the people to withstand its fury…. All the Temples were like marshes." James H. Breasted, Record of Egypt, Selection 143.
  27. John H. Fermor, Seminar on Creation.
  28. Velikovsky, op.cit.; Martin Sieff, "Assyria and the End of Late Bronze." SIS Workshop, 4:2, 4-8; Michael Reade, "The Ramesside Star Tables." SIS Review, 4:2/3, 1-53.
  29. Dirkwager, op.cit.
  30. Ibid.
  31. See discussion in Barry Fell, America B.C.
  32. Clapham, op.cit.
  33. Van Der Veen, op.cit.
  34. Isaiah 31:1-3.
  35. Van Der Veen, op.cit.
  36. Ibid.
  37. Ibid.
  38. See my "Scarab in the Dust: Egypt in the Time of the Twenty-First Dynasty." C&AH, VII:2, and "The Age of Mars," op.cit.
  39. Reade, op.cit.
  40. Seiff, "Road to Iron," op.cit.
  41. Sieff, "Scarab in the Dust," op.cit.
  42. Ibid.
  43. Michael Jones, "Some Detailed Evidence from Egypt against Velikovsky's Revised Chronology." This important paper details the strong links between the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties sequentially, thus invalidating Velikovsky's separate placements for them, with 150-year gaps between each.
  44. Sieff, "Road to Iron," op.cit.
  45. Immanuel Velikovsky, "Peoples of the Sea, Part II, Chap. 2, "A Miserable Journey." See also Sieff, "Road to Iron," op.cit.
  46. Dirkzwager, op.cit.
  47. Clapham, op.cit.
  48. Dirkzwager, op.cit.
  49. Clapham, op.cit.
  50. Donovan Courville, The Exodus Problem and Its Ramifications. Loma Linda, California: 1971, 12-21.
  51. Peter James and David Rohl, "An Alternative Velikovskian Chronology of Ancient Egypt." SIS Workshop, 5:2.
  52. Korbach, op.cit.