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Purpose of this list: To theorize about ancient chronology. All archaeological or chronological subjects can be discussed, but the major perspective of this group will be that the Middle Bronze 1 pottery horizon in the Holy Land is the stratum of the biblical Exodus, Conquest, and early Settlement period. (See our Files area for outline of New Courville theory.) It is not necessary to agree with the New Courville view to post here.

For purposes of discussion, the Bible is regarded as truthful in its historical narratives in both the Old and the New Testament. However, it is not necessary that all participants be Christians or believe in the Bible, only that they be respectful.

What not to do:

1. No flaming.
2. No attacks against archaeologists or the science of stratigraphy.
3. No appeals to conspiracy theories in ancient history.
4. No discussions of the theories of Gunnar Heinsohn or Anatoly Fomenko.
5. No advertisements.
6. No discussions of creation and Flood, or the theory of evolution.
7. No discussions of eschatology.

What to do:

1. Discuss all topics related to ancient history and chronological revision, from the Old Testament to the New Testament. As defined here, ancient history does not include the Mediaeval period or the American Civil War.

2. Try to be scholarly in your posts. If at all possible avoid repetitive posting or making undocumented claims. The moderators love to see citations to scholarly sources.

3. The moderators do not like censorship so please post responsibly. In the meantime, have fun!

Essays on New Courville can be found here under the Pages section:

http://vernerable.wordpress.com/

NOTE: The above Megiddo Ivory may contain a representation of Solomon.

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  • 148
  • Archaeology
  • Nov 29, 2002
  • English

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