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Author Topic:   David Rohl's Research (Re: 'A Test Of Time', re: Egyptian chronology)
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04-20-2004 1:54 PM

Ok this is really for Amlodhi and anyone else more familiar with Egyptology than me - I was re-reading David Rohl's "A Test of Time" a few days ago, and I began to wonder just how relevent his work actually is. The general opinion is that his revision of Egyptian Chronology is unworkable.

I have these questions, then:

Is the New Chronology he proposes unworkable, and why?
If his Chronology is unworkable, are the problems he points out with the current Chronology real or imagined?
Is he actually looking for something to prove the bible or not?


The Rock Hound

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