There are also lots of theories out there claiming that these sea peoples were ET's or the Maya's from Central America. They make for good science fiction, just like Fomenko's theories, but not for good history.
Dear Jon S., I thought that the "Peoples of the Sea" came via both the land and the Sea? But perhaps I am wrong. Besides, just what remains would be left if the entire purpose of the Sea Lane attack... more
My dear Ian, Regarde', I fail to see any reason for you to insulate your opinion into what has become an almost personal discussion! Forthwith, you should either be quite, or propose some other... more
Dear Ron. "I thought that the "Peoples of the Sea" came via both the land and the Sea? But perhaps I am wrong." But where does this assumption come from, not from archaeology, neither from ancient... more
MY dear Jon! I thought it was particularly clear! Did the "People of the Sea(s)" only attack "Port Cities?", via the Sea? Is there not mentioned words about their "Laager?", or "baggage train", and... more
Ron. You ask.. "Is there not mentioned words about their "Laager?", or "baggage train", and other means of assualt?" Unless you are able to provide a quote I must assume you are referring to the text ... more