Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
September 22, 2017, 10:20:35 AM

265611
visitors since
june 16, 2005
  Show Posts
Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 19
31  New Chronology Discussion / Anatolian Chronology / Re: Que and Unqi on: October 23, 2007, 03:42:13 AM
Interesting that you've got 2*Labarna separated by an unnamed king. This agrees with my source, whereas I see little reason (though I need to delve a little deeper) to have two.
32  New Chronology Discussion / Ethiopian Chronology / Re: Lineage of Ethiopian Kings and Rulers on: October 23, 2007, 03:36:56 AM
The 14th Dynasty would be of interest to Nubian specialists due to the name of its "first" king. I feel that Rohl's interpretation of his origins is ingenious as, on the standard timeline, it's noteworthy that the only attested king of the dynasty (excluding the "proto 14th" up to and including Sheshi, who some lump in with the 15th) has a name meaning "Nubian" though all evidence points to him ruling a small statelet in the Delta.
33  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: SIP + pre + post, the Hyksos period on: October 23, 2007, 03:33:33 AM
Epaphus[Auserre] Apepi
Name of sisterKeroessatA-rwDt/Ziwa
Name of daughterLibyaHerit

A brief comparison. There's little similarity between names, but both have a sister and daughter attested (though it's hardly incontravertible).
34  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: Ptolemaic Period on: October 23, 2007, 03:29:42 AM
Interesting. Considering it's a Persian legend, I doubt it's particularly flattering to our all-conquering Macedonian. I've heard of the Shahnama, but seem to recall it dates from the 10th century AD or thereabouts.
35  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: Ptolemaic Period on: October 22, 2007, 11:57:00 PM
There's a Roman expedition against the kingdom of Meroe in 23BC, during the reign of Queen Amanishakhete/Amanishabhete. The name Faryan and similar words would seem to be related to the ethnonym Fur, who still live in western Sudan (indeed, they are the indigenous population of the troubled Darfur region, named for them). Can't find many details at the moment, but I'll keep a look out.
36  New Chronology Discussion / Ethiopian Chronology / Re: Lineage of Ethiopian Kings and Rulers on: October 22, 2007, 11:51:59 PM
That's more like it! For the Kerma list, Awawa and Nedjeh I'm not too familiar with, though Antef, Ijibkhentre and Segerseni are, iirc, fixed to terminal 11th/very early 12th Dynasty times.

There's also an "Ary" who may or may not be Alara, attested at Kawa. I wonder what you think - is it worthwhile adding a separate entry? (I'm also wondering if he's the figure behind Ras Tafari's "Aksumay Warada Tsahay"...)
37  General Discussion / Feedback, Forum & Site functions / Re: Database corruption on: October 22, 2007, 08:38:46 PM
How did you manage that? Huh
38  General Discussion / Small Talk / Re: Funny websites on: October 20, 2007, 08:29:52 PM
Wow. How did Gunnar Heinsohn miss those? Can't remember Cyaxares succeeding Cambyses though, or Smerdis coming before the latter. I guess I must be brainwashed by some shadowy cabal of scholars, who may or may not be the secret rulers of the world, possibly along with the Vatican (via Opus Dei of course), the Freemasons and many other reptilian shapeshifters. Wink Grin
39  New Chronology Discussion / Biblical Chronology / Re: The Israelite Kingdom on: October 18, 2007, 01:47:08 AM
I've seen some suggestion that Saul (who, iirc, was "crowned" on three separate occasions) operated as a judge for some period of time, a period later added to his regnal dates as king.
That would explain the huge disparity. Should I add any such comment to the entry for >Shaul< in the database (which would need some filling anyways) ?

I'd add a note, stating this is a possibility, unless Rohl has suggested something similar.
40  New Chronology Discussion / Biblical Chronology / Re: The Israelite Kingdom on: October 16, 2007, 09:01:44 PM
I've seen some suggestion that Saul (who, iirc, was "crowned" on three separate occasions) operated as a judge for some period of time, a period later added to his regnal dates as king.
41  New Chronology Discussion / Biblical Chronology / Re: The Israelite Kingdom on: October 15, 2007, 09:45:09 PM
Jewish tradition (corroborated by the New Testament) has him reigning for forty years, though I've seen dates of 2, 12 and 22 bandied about.

Considering Labayu was known as far away as Arzawa, I'd suspect his reign would be longer than the 2 years (1012-1011?) Rohl credits him with. Surely he's going to need to have an established power base before challenging pharaoh and courting such distant princes as Tarhuntaradu.
42  New Chronology Discussion / Anatolian Chronology / Que and Unqi on: October 13, 2007, 02:07:24 AM
Here's a list of kings of the two kingdoms of Que and Unqi: -

Kings of Que
  • Awarikku
  • Kate (contemporary of Shulmanu-asharid 3)
  • Kirri (brother)
  • Urikki (contemporary of Tiglath-Pileser 3)

Kings of Unqi
  • Labarna (contemporary of Shulmanu-asharid 3, murdered c.832)
  • Surri (c.832-831, a usurper)
  • Sasi ("the Kurussean"
  • Tutammu (to about 738)
43  New Chronology Discussion / Mesopotamian Chronology / Re: Babylonia on: October 10, 2007, 10:40:11 AM
A few pretenders to the Babylonian throne in Achaemenid times: -

Nabu-kudurri-usur (Nebuchadrezzar) 3Nidintu-Bel (Naditubira)522
Nabu-kudurri-usur (Nebuchadrezzar) 4Arakha521
Nidin-Bel336-335
There is also the rebellion of Bel-shimanni (in the south) and Shamash-eriba (in the north) in 484 during the reign of Khshayarsha (cf Daiva inscription). The same Persian king may have had to deal with a Babylonian revolt whilst returning from his "Greek holiday" (c. 479).
44  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: SIP + pre + post, the Hyksos period on: October 07, 2007, 03:41:16 PM
· ShalekSakil-har, Salitis
1298
-
1279
· BnonBebnem?
1279
-
1255
· Anak-idbu KhyanKhyanInachus, Apachnan
1255
-
1226
· YanassiIannas, Staan
1266
-
1209
· Auserre ApepiApepiApophis, Epaphus
1209
-
1195
· Asehre KhamudiKhamudiAssis, Archles
1195
-
1192
that would result to 6 heka-khasut for 106 years

Should the fragments of these names that also appear in the Lesser Hyksos Dynasty as kings be removed?

Djedkare ‘Anati            
[...]kare Babnum            
Senefer[...]re            
Men[...]re/Semen[...]re            
Djed[...]re            
Ink[...]            
’A[...]            
Apepi (1)

>SIP<
I would hang fire for now. Hepu and 'Anati appear to be duplicated and seem to be linked with the "16th Dynasty" at Per-Anum (Pelusium), though ruling before Bebnem/Babnum. Rohl's questioning of the Bnon/Bebnem link appears to be provisional due to his placing a question mark after the latter name.
45  New Chronology Discussion / Egyptian and Levantine Chronology / Re: SIP + pre + post, the Hyksos period on: October 07, 2007, 03:33:08 AM
14th Dynasty
Phouka.comNarmer.plDates
Ink[…]Inek[…]
’A[…]I[…]
Apepi (1)Ip[…]


Rohl ("Lords of Avaris", page 76) places these three (preceeded by two lost names) prior to Khamudy of the Greater Hyksos.

[...]- Line IX:14
Dual King [...]- Line IX:15
Dual King Anak[...]- Line IX:16
Dual King Ia[...]- Line IX:17
Dual King Ap[...]- Line IX:18
[...] Khamudy- Line IX:19
6 [heka]-khasut for 100[+x years]- Line IX:20
Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5 ... 19


Login with username, password and session length
History-Book Forum | Powered by SMF 1.0.8.
© 2001-2005, Lewis Media. All Rights Reserved.