Kent, UK: Institute for the Study of Interdisciplinary Sciences, 1999. Softbound. Small quarto, paper covers, 112 pp., b/w photos, maps, drawings. Very Good. Item #91199
Articles are "Biblical Archaeology: Time to Think Again?" A response to Frank Yurco from Rohl, "Problems of Synthesis," A criticism of the New Chronology from Margaret Steiner, "The Kingdom of Labayu," Peter van der Veen replies to Margaret Steiner, "Dating the Beginning of the 22nd Dynasty," A criticism of the New Chronology from Carl Jansen-Winkeln, "The Name Shishak," oeter van der Veen replies toCarl Jansen-Winkeln, "The Generation Game," Bob Porter replies to criticisms concrning TIP geneaologies, "An Important Elamite Inscription," Bob Porter discovers a new chronological clue, "A Test of Time and Comparative Semitism," A Debate between Martin Heide and Peter ven der Veen, "Kenneth Kitchen's Atom Bomb," David Rohl replies to Kenneth Kitchen, "Absence of Eviddence is no Evidence of Absence," David Rohl questions Kenneth Kitchen's methodology, "The Monster in Philippe Brissaud's Nighmares," Daivd Rhl replies to Philippe Brissaud, "Iron Age Palestine: A Need for Chronological Revision," John J. Bimson, "The Iron Age and the New Chronology," Robert M. Porter, "The Chronology of Ancient Assyria Re-assessed. Part 1: The Chronology as Presently Constructed. Part @: Reconstructing the King List," Benard Newgrosh.