Ian Onvlee
Re: Carter 001k
Sun Dec 25, 2011 13:24
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Hi Joe,

Thanks for the references. Texts and languages are not my strongest.

And thanks for your last post which reconfirms that the confusion you see in Manetho is of your own making. Along with ideas such as Akhenaten withdrew from the public, went into exile, etc., (shades of Velikovsky), long unattested reigns, co-regencies, etc.

Thanks. This actually applies to your own speculations, not mine.

Regardz,
Ian Onvlee


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