Immanuel. Velikovsky. AGES IN CHAOS. VOLUME I. FROM THE EXODUS. TO KING AKHNATON. Doubleday. & Company,. Inc. GARDEN. Ages In Chaos Volume I From the Exodus To King Akhnaton by Velikovsky, Immanuel and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books. Peoples of the Sea – Ages of Chaos III – Immanuel Velikovsky – Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.

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The 20th dynasty here becomes identified with the dynasties which ruled a newly independent Egypt in the early 4th century BCE, and the Sea Peoples against whom Rameses III fought are now identified as the Greek mercenaries of the Persian Kings who are here identified with detailed justification as the Peleset, normally chaoe as another name for the Philistines. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside.

Hardcover in jacket jacket creased with nicks and tears; previous owners label on endpaper. Eventually I said ‘sod it’ and decided to flip through the bits on Akhenaten which genuinely does interest me and call it a day. Top pg edge darkening and a touch of extremity rubbing.

The resulting wild stretches of explanation become unnecessary when star dating is tossed out and the normal comparisons of culture and historical events are used. He was stunned by Sachs whose address was both a rhetorical and substantive tour de force. Feb 24, Kenneth Burr rated it really liked it. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! This book covers the period dealt with in Worlds in Collision — the eight hundred years from the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt to the invasion of Palestine by Sennacherib in before the present era, and the additional three and a half centuries to Alexander of Macedonia, altogether twelve hundred years of the history of the ancient East.


Instead, he had the 22nd through 25th dynasties follow upon the earlier part of the 18th, leading down to the Assyrian invasions of the early 7th century BCE. Although they share some common ground with Velikovsky in terms of their criticisms of the orthodox chronology there are some important differences.

Want to Read saving…. Identify each of the major 19th dynasty pharaohs with a corresponding pharaoh of the 26th.

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Jul 05, Roy rated it it was amazing Shelves: Very Good in Good dust jacket; Jacket rubbed and tattered. Velikovsky, a genius on the level of Einstein — in fact, the two were friends — added veikovsky appendix to vellikovsky final book of historical revision, exposing the guesswork on which Egyptian star dating was based.

It was claimed, starting with early reviewers, that Velikovsky’s usage of material for proof is often very selective.

The basic argument is that somehow I didn’t pick up how the accepted chronology of ancient Egypt includes a non-existent year period. A second volume was due for publication shortly after this but was postponed.


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View all 4 comments. I immediately picked up the sequel, Worlds in Velikovssky, which explains how the Planet Venus burst into our galaxy at the time of Moses and caused the Nile to turn to blood. Sporadic foxing within, text mostly clean. Very Good in Good dust jacket Edition: Very Good in Good dust jacket. Octavo standard book size. Worthy of reading for the depth of artifacts that he compiles.

Bauer wrote Beyond Velikovsky: Garden City, New Ve,ikovsky Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Doubleday Iin Company, Inc. Doubleday, Actually Sidgwick and Jackson first UK edition but this is because they used Doubleday sheets and bound them in their own cloth and dw, pasting a label over the Doubleday colophon.

At the time of his death he considered that completing his reconstruction of ancient history would require a further two volumes: