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1  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: FIP & Middle Kingdom on: January 31, 2009, 03:03:21 AM
So the Neferkare in your list would be the Neferkare (2) in the databse?

More than likely. To my mind, Nufe ("Nefer" on the Turin transcription I used) is likely Neferkare Neby and Ibi is, of course, Qakare.
2  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: FIP & Middle Kingdom on: January 26, 2009, 03:46:42 PM
Dynasty VII
Netjerikare
Menkare
Neferkare (2)possibly mistake for Wadjkare
Neferkare Nebyson of Pepi 2
Djedkare Shemai
Neferkare Khendu
Merenhor
Neferkaminaka Sneferka?
Nikare (1)
Neferkare Tereru
Neferkahor

Rohl now has the following for Dynasty VII: -
[lost]2061-2059
Neferkare2059-2055
Nufe2055-2053
Ibi2053-2049
[lost]2049-2047
[lost]2047

Dynasty VIII has "5 kings for 100 years" and runs from 2044-1944, followed immediately by Mentuhotep 1 (1944-1931)

The end of Dynasty 6 has Merenre 2 (2074-2073) and Nitokerty (2073-2062).
3  General Discussion / Feedback, Forum & Site functions / Re: NC manager 4.0 on: January 26, 2009, 03:21:41 PM
Okay, thanks.
4  New Chronology Discussion / Anatolian Chronology / Kings of Tabal on: January 26, 2009, 02:23:24 PM
Here are the kings of the Neo-Hittite state of Tabal: -

Ambarisc.730-713
[...]?c.713-700
Hidic.700-680
Mugalluc.680-660
[...]ussic.660-640
5  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: Ptolemaic Period on: January 26, 2009, 02:07:19 PM
I've made a couple of suggestions (in red): -

Ptolemaic Dynasty of EgyptPtolemaic Dynasty34th Dynasty
305
-
30
Ptolemy 1 Soter 1
305
-
285
Ptolemy 2 Philadelphus
285
-
246
Ptolemy the Son
267
-
259
Ptolemy 3 Euergetes 1
246
-
221
Ptolemy 4 Philopator
221
-
205
Ptolemy 5 Epiphanes
205
-
180
Ptolemy 6 Philometor
181
-
145
Ptolemy Eupator
152
-
Ptolemy 8 Euergetes 2Physcon
145
-
116
Ptolemy 7 Neos Philopator
145
-
Cleopatra 2 Philometora Soteira
131
-
127
Ptolemy 9 Soter 2Lathyros
116
-
110
Cleopatra 3 Philometor Soteira Dikaiosyne NikephorosKokke
116
-
101
Ptolemy 10 Alexander 1
110
-
109
Ptolemy 9 Soter 2Lathyros
109
-
107
Ptolemy 10 Alexander 1
107
-
88
Ptolemy 9 Soter 2Lathyros
88
-
80
Berenike 3 Philopator
81
-
80
Ptolemy 12 Neos DionysiosAuletes
80
-
58
Ptolemy 11 Alexander 2
80
-
Cleopatra 5 Tryphaena
58
-
57
Berenike 4 Epiphaneia
58
-
55
Ptolemy 12 Neos DionysiosAuletes
55
-
51
Ptolemy 13
51
-
47
Cleopatra 7 Philopator
51
-
30
Arsinoe 4
48
-
47
Ptolemy 14
47
-
44
Ptolemy 15 Philopator Philometor CaesarPtolemy 15Caesarion
44
-
30
6  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: "Dynasty" at Khemenu? on: January 26, 2009, 01:45:17 PM
...1900-1880
Ahanakht 11880-1860
...1840-1820

Ahanakht was "overseer" of the western desert in the time of Neferkare.

Therefore, here's a slightly revised Dynasty 10: -

PrenomenNomenNC Dates
[lost?]1914-1904
[lost]1904-1899
[lost]1899-1892
[lost]1892-1886
[lost]1886-1882
Neferkare?1882-1876
NebkaureKhety IV1876-1847
Merykare[unknown]1847-1837
[lost]1837-1833
7  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / "Dynasty" at Khemenu? on: January 26, 2009, 01:21:06 PM
There is also a minor "dynasty" of nomarchs based at Khemenu (Hermopolis) in the Hare nome (Un) during the FIP and early Middle Kingdom, some of whom seem to have dated events to their own "regnal years".

Here is a very tentative list I've pieced together: -

NomarchVery approximate dates
Aha 11980-1960
Aha 21960-1940
Djehutynakht 11940-1920
Djehutynakht 21920-1900
Djehutynakht 31900-1880
Ahanakht 11880-1860
Ahanakht 21860-1840
Djehutynakht 41840-1820
Neheri 11820-1800
Kay1800-1780
Djehutynakht 51780-1760
Neheri 21760-1740
(Amenemhet?)1740-1720
Djehutyhotep1720-1690
8  General Discussion / Feedback, Forum & Site functions / Re: NC manager 4.0 on: November 24, 2008, 01:36:24 PM
Oh, would you need an update?
Maybe I should implement an update mechanism into the application as well...
It's my computer that needs an update I think lol...
9  New Chronology Discussion / Ethiopian Chronology / Re: Lineage of Ethiopian Kings and Rulers on: September 21, 2008, 10:27:46 PM
  • 7. Dagmawi Tawasya II
  • 8. Dagmawi Abralyus Wiyankihi
  • 9. Aksumay Warada Tsahay
  • 10. Kashta Hanyon
  • 11. Dagmawi Sabaka II
  • 12. Nicauta Kandake
  • 13. Tsawi Terhak Warada
  • 14. Erda Amen Awseya
  • 15. Gasiyo Eskikatir
  • 16. Nuatmeawn (Tanautamun)
I've been wondering whether Erda Amen Awseya is Usermaatre-setepenamun Rudamun.
10  General Discussion / Feedback, Forum & Site functions / Re: NC manager 4.0 on: September 16, 2008, 12:29:13 AM
It's an excellent piece of kit. I spent a few hours looking at it some time ago (downloading it again - computer said "no" - and, of course, muggins here didn't back up  Roll Eyes ).
11  General Discussion / Feedback, Forum & Site functions / Re: NC manager 4.0 on: June 23, 2008, 07:14:58 PM
Thanks for the info. Please, if you would - I'd be most interested in checking it out.
12  General Discussion / Feedback, Forum & Site functions / Re: NC manager 4.0 on: June 22, 2008, 03:05:21 AM
From the screenshots, that looks impressive. Could I ask you what software/language you used in writing the programme?
13  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: SIP + pre + post, the Hyksos period on: June 22, 2008, 02:43:59 AM
Sorry - I got his tables online. I've been planning to order his work on SIP, though (as you may have guessed) I've not really been concentrating on NC work of late.

Btw, thanks for drawing my attention to Rohl's latest spreadsheet. Very interesting synopsis of where his current thinking's at.
14  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: SIP + pre + post, the Hyksos period on: March 18, 2008, 07:55:29 PM
Ah. Wegaf is the "regular" Egyptologist's bet for first king of D13, whereas Sobekhotep 1 is Kim Ryholt's choice.
Which seems out of place, as Sobekhotep became a popular pharaonic name only later in the dynasty.

It does a little. Here's a comparison table of gaps between Sobekhoteps from the standard OC and Ryholt's redaction: -

NumbersOC (per narmer.pl)Ryholt
1-214 years (1738-1724)20 years (1800-1780)
2-310 years (1718-1708)28 years (1777-1749)
3-412 years (1705-1693)10 years (1742-1732)
4-50 years (1685)0 years (1720)
5-624 years (1680-1656)0 years (1717)
6-710 years (1654-1644)48 years (1712-1664)
7-8? years (only given dates for S 8 are Ryholt's)19 years(1664-1645)
Total70 years125 years
Average11.67 years17.86 years
15  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: SIP + pre + post, the Hyksos period on: March 12, 2008, 07:52:58 PM
Ah. Wegaf is the "regular" Egyptologist's bet for first king of D13, whereas Sobekhotep 1 is Kim Ryholt's choice.
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