Jon Smyth
Rohl, ramesses and Shishak
Thu May 10, 2018 15:40
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Hi Toby, you wrote:

"Rohl is not arguing against the synchronisms between Assyria and Egypt. Nor is he arguing for or against the few synchronisms between Assyria and Israel. Rather, he is arguing against the so-called synchronisms between Israel and Egypt.... and this limited to the time period between the Exodus and the conquest."

Rohl's condensing of Egyptian chronology is untenable because of the synchronism between Egypt & Assyria, either direct or indirect.

Jon.

  • Rohl, ramesses and ShishakToby Anderson, Wed May 9 22:13
    Hello Jon, Me (toby): "I request that you refute Rohl's evidence in some other manner than just giving your opinion." Jon: Toby, the Assyrian chronology demonstrates the inadequacies of Rohl's... more
    • Rohl, ramesses and Shishak — Jon Smyth, Thu May 10 15:40
      • Rohl, ramesses and ShishakToby Anderson, Thu May 10 19:52
        Hi Jon, Toby wrote: "Rohl is not arguing against the synchronisms between Assyria and Egypt. Nor is he arguing for or against the few synchronisms between Assyria and Israel. Rather, he is arguing... more
        • Rohl, ramesses and ShishakJon Smyth, Fri May 11 16:11
          "Rohl is NOT condensing the Egyptian Timeline. You don't understand." Rohl is moving a Late Bronze Age Pharaoh 300 years forward into the Iron Age. I use to be a member of the New Chronology forum, I ... more
          • Rohl, ramesses and ShishakToby Anderson, Fri May 11 23:05
            Hello Jon, You wrote: "Rohl is moving a Late Bronze Age Pharaoh 300 years forward into the Iron Age." That's what WikiPedia says. Wikipedia also says that Ramesses II died 1213bc. A typical... more
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