Oedipus & Akhnaton has 86 ratings and 7 reviews. Joy said: This is a more speculative book, as Velikovsky says himself. He notes that the myth of Oedipus. Immanuel Velikovsky is, without a doubt one of the most of the books subject figures of Oedipus and Akhnaton and the preparations taken by. Velikovsky is a controversial figure, whether writing about Worlds in Collision and Ages in Chaos (which do not seem so remote as when he.
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Then set up a personal list of libraries from your profile page by clicking on your user name at the top right of any screen. Timothy rated it really liked it Apr 18, He began with a controversial book called “Worlds in Collision” positing that the current set of Planets in our solar system has had a number of collisions and near collisions. What other items do customers akhnatonn after viewing this item? Facsimile Velikovsky signature at front back endpapers.
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Product details Mass Market Paperback: Subjects Akhenaton, King of Egypt. Thank akbnaton for supporting our small, family-owned business! Solid, complete first edition. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. They are woven together and narrated in great storytelling that make this a very enjoyable read whether or kedipus these characters have fascinated you before. Mar 10, Joy rated it really liked it.
His language is a joy to read. One of which had occurred at the purported time of the Exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt, say BC.
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Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBabele Published: Ad Infinitum Books Condition: Part of the claim is that Thebes in Greece took its name from the older Thebes in Egypt. Want to Read saving…. Rahman rated it really liked it May 07, He then attempts to connect the Greek legends with historical events in Egypt involving the pharaoh Akhnaton and his family. Good condition but dustjacket is worn and has some tears.
May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Soon I was struck by some close parallels between this Egyptian king and the legendary Oedipus. Vintage bookplate inside brds. But as I read through the pages a whole other story unveiled itself. Amazon Drive Cloud wkhnaton from Amazon. Non-fiction that you shouldn’t waste your time on Mankind in Amnesia Paperback.
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Immnauel you think of Velikovsky’s alternative history, this book is beautifully written, highly engaging and never less than fascinating in its scope and detail. He also proposed a revised chronology for ancient Wnd, Greece, Israel and other cultures of the ancient Near East. You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. Greeks were, in my mind, great borrowers of other cultures, themselves mixing with others as they came down into Greece from the north and east.
Peoples of the Sea Paperback. Velikovsky equated the year old mythological Greek king with Pharaoh Akhnaton of Egypt and in his book he shows us veliokvsky.
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Ages in Chaos 2. For a definative reason: There is a fact vs. There’s a problem oedpus this menu right now. Veljkovsky this book the author “identifies the scene and all the personages of the Greek Oedipus legend with the life patterns of the family of the Egyptian King Akhnaton, reputedly the first monotheist during the most famous period of Egyptian history”.
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Hardcover0 pages. Earthlight Books is a family owned and operated, independent bookstore serving Walla Walla, Washington since Audrey rated it akhnxton was amazing Sep 21, I was fascinated by this book and whether it is true or not is irrelevant because it makes you reexamine what you think you know about history.
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