Chronology of Ancient History
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Davidson's Pyramid Records


These Tables were created by D. Davidson (1924).
They have been edited by Wstruse.

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The Two Recognised Forms of Solar Year in Ancient Times
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Ancient Intercalary Cycle and its Intercalary Periods
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The Construction of the Intercalary Cycle of 103 Years
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The Series Comprising the Period of the Cycle of 721 Years
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The Antediluvian Dynasties of Genesis V.
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Pyramid Noon reflexions during the Summer Half of the Year
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Pyramid Noon Reflexions during the Winter Hallf of the Year
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XXth Dynasty Datings of Annual Festivals
 
 
 
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Ptolemaic Datings for the Osirian  Festival Rites
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Synoptical History of Greek Geometry and Astronomy
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(A) Dated List of known Phoenix Cycles
(B) The Fictitious Chronology of the Egyptian King Lists based on erroneous period of the Pheonix Cycle
Detailed Data Relating to the Phoenix Cycles
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Dynasty XVIII. Reigns
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Dynasty XIX. Reigns
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Chronology of Egyptian Dynasties XVIII and XIX
The Chronology is Astronomically Fixed as follows:
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The Chronology of Dynasty XII
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(I) - The Duration of Dynasty XII Reigns and Their Chronological Placing
(II) - The Incursion of the Hysksos in Relation to Dynasties XII and XVIII
 Dynasties XII and XIII
(I) - Amenemhat III and the Hyksos Mathematical Papyrus
(II) - The Hyksos Aggression in Relation to Amenemhat and Egyptian Work in the Delta
The Evolution of the Fictitious Egyptian Chronology from the Original Astronomical Chronology of the Ancient Egyptians
The Year Datings on the Rind Mathematical Papyrus
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The Sed Hebs of Dynasties XVIII and XIX.  The periods of the Sep Tep Sed Heb
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Chronological Table of the 1st Dynasty of Babylon and the Kassite Dynasty, with their Assyrian and Sea-land Contemporaries
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The Contemporaneity of the dynasty of Hyksos, and of Dynasties XII and XVIII, in Succession, in Egypt, with the 1st Dynasty of Babylon and the Dynasty of Kassites, during the Period of the Rise and Extablishing of the Hittite Empire
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Annotations to Tables XVII to XIX.
The Evolution of Babylonian Schemes of Chronology
Annotations to Tables XVII to XIX.
The Explanation of Late Asssyrian and Babylonian Chronological Statements
Annotations to Tables XVII to XIX.
The Explanation of Late Asssyrian and Babylonian Chronological Statements
Annotations to Tables XVII to XIX.
Khammurabi, Abraham, and Senusert III, in Relation to the Hittites and Hyksos
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The True Chronology of the Babylonian Dynastic Tablet from B.C. 1458-731. 2nd Dynasty of Isin to 2nd Dynasty of Babylon Inclusive
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The Chronology of the Period of Assyrian Supremacy
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Annotations 
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The "Accession Year" and the "Frist Year" 
The Dates in Ptolemy's Canon of Babylonian Kings
The Chronological Data Fixing the Chronology of The Babylonian-Caldaean Monarchy Nabopolassar to Nabonidos inclusive
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Annotations to Table XXI
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Synchronistic Narratives of the Book of Genesis and the Records of the XIIth and XVIIIth Egyptian Dynasties
The Egyptian Record of Joseph's Famine.
The Rise and Fall of the Semites in Egypt
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The Chronological Sequence of Events Including the Exodus of Israel
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From the Harris Papyrus Interregnum to the Persian Conquest of Egypt
 The Astronomical Data
The Problem of the Reign of Psamtek I and its Solution
The Resulting Statement of the Sequence of Historical Events
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Chronology of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, from the Division in the Kingdom to the  Destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar, 970 B.C. to 584 B.C.
Synchronistic Statement of the Reigns of the Kings of Judah and the Kings of Israel
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Outstanding Dates relating to the History of the Kings of Judah and Israel (Table XXV)
Egyptian Synchronisms With Kings of Israel and Judah
Facts Ignored in the Assyrian Eponym Lists
 Sargon and Sennacherib Fix the Dates of Hezekiah's Reign
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A - Medo-Persian Kings - Cyrus to Darius III
B - The 2nd Years employed in Jewish Chronological Forgeries
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(I) - Cyrus, Cambyses, and Darius (I) Hystaspes:
(II) - The Combined Narrative of Darius (Behistun Insc.) & Herodotus:
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The Original Hebrew Chronology and the Evolution of the Jewish Rabbinical Systems of Chronology from the Original Hebrew.  Basis of evolution - Darus I =  "Darius even Artaxerxes," Ezra vi, 14, and Daniel's Prophecy relating to 69 Weeks and a 70th Week (Dan. Ix)
  The Original Hebrew Chronology
The Original Hebrew Chronology
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The Chronological Systems of Josephus
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The Evolution of the Jewish Chronology
 The Evolution of the Jewish Chronology
Table XXIX
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The Pyramid's Astronomically Defined Datings from the Great Step to the King's Chamber
 
 
 
Table XXX
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The Chronology of Judah's captivities, and the Initial Stages of the Period of Gentile Domination over Jerusalem.  The Initial Phase of the seven Times of the Gentiles
 
 
 
Table XXXI
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The Comparative Statement of the Three Versions in the Gospels of our Lord's Exposition and Predictive Expansion of Daniel's Prophecy
 
 
 
Table XXXII.
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 The Four Different Years employed for Chronological Reckoning
 
 
 
Table XXXIII.
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The  Reign of Tiberius Caesar,  according to  Provincial  and  Official Reckonings    
 
 
 
Table XXXIV.
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The 15th Year of Tiberius Caesar in terms of the Four Different Year-Reckonings   
 
 
 
Table XXXV
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  The Duration of our Lord's Ministry from the Narrative Sequence of the Four Gospels    
 
 
 
Table XXXVI
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 Table of Calendar Dates for ascertaining New Testament Chronology
 
 
 
Table XXXVII
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The Passovers of the Exodus and Crucifixion Years    
 
 
 
Table XXXVIII
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The Events leading up to and including the Exodus of Israel are represented by the Sacred Narrative as prefiguring the Events 
 
 
leading up to and including the Exodus of our Lord.  Great Pyramid Diagram illustration the Identity resulting from the Comparison
 
 
of the Three Independent Messianic Prophecies of the Ancients
 
 
 
Table XXXIX
(A)
The Gregorian Calendar Year Dates for  ist July of the Julian Calendar Year from Tabular Year 0
Table XXXIX
(B)
The Gregorian Calendar Year dates for ist February of the Julian Calendar Year from Tabular Year 1
 
 
 
Table XL
 
Perpetual Calendar for Tabular Years in Plates LIX and LX (for both Old (Julian) and New Style (Gregorian) Intercalations) giving Data which the Day of the Week, for any Day of any Month of any Year can be determined 
 
 
 
Table XLI
(A)
The Later Egyptian Calendar      
 
(B)
The Early Chaldaean and the Early Egyptian Calendar
 
(C)
The Modern Calendar :  Old (Julian) or New (Gregorian) Styles    
 
 
 
Table XLII
 
Aramaic and Assyrian Lunar Calendar :  also Hebrew Sacred Calendar
 
 
 
Table XLIII
 
For Julian Years and Dates referred to same
 
 
 
Table XLIV
 
For calculating Dates of Astronomical New and Full Moons and Eclipses ; Chronological Julian Datings obtained by comparison with Data derived according to Tables XLI (C) and XLIII and Rules for same 
 
 
 
Table XLV
 
The Julian Month Dates for Day i Month I of the Egyptian Vague Year from the year in which it was first  established (Hist. 1861 B.C.) to the 3rd Century A.D., when it was finally discarded
 
 
 
APPENDIX I — THE EGYPTIAN KING LISTS
Table XLVI
 
The King List of Manetho Book I
 
 
 
Table XLVII
 
The King List of Manetho.    Book II  
 
 
 
Table XLVIII
 
The King List of Manetho. Book III
 
 
 
Table XLIX
 
The Old Egyptian Chronicle
 
 
 
Table L
 
The Table of Eratosthenes .
 
 
 
Table LI
 
The List of Josephus .
 
 
 
Table LII
 
Castor's Reckoning    .
 
 
 
Table LIII
 
The Book of the Sothis
 
 
 
Table LIV
 
Tablets of Abydos and Sakkarah
 
 
 
Table LV
 
Kings on Karnak List
 
 
 
APPENDIX II — DATA RELATING TO THE EVOLUTION OF FICTITIOUS SYSTEMS OF CHRONOLOGY IN THE KING LISTS OF THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS
 
 
 
Table LVI
 
The Evidence concerning an Interpolation of 1000 years in the Egyptian King Lists
 
 
 
Table LVII
 
Evidence of the 1000 years' Interpolation  in  the Version of Manetho's King Lists preserved by Eusebius
 
 
 
Table LVIII
 
The Earlier System from which the Scheme of Table LVII originated
 
 
 
Table LIX
 
Systems indicated by the Version of Africanus
 
 
 
Table LX
 
The Original Chronology Basis of the Fictitious Elements in the King Lists
 
 
 
Table LXI
 
The Confusion of the Sothic Cycle with the Phoenix Cycle
 
 
 
Table LXII
 
The System of " The Book of the Sothis "
 
 
 
Table LXIII
 
The Development the Sothic Cycle Theory       
 
 
 
Table LXIV
 
A Chronological System combining the Original Astronomical Chronology and the Fictitious Sothic Cycle Chronology    
 
 
 
Table LXV
 
The Chronology System of the IHrd Book of Manetho (Africanus), com­bining the Original and Sothic  Systems of Chronology     
 
 
 
Table LXVI
 
The Cyclical Bases of the Egyptian Theory relating to the ancient Egyptian Short Chronology System     
LXVI Annotations
 
Annotations to Table LXVI.  A pre-Manethon Theory relating to Co-equal Antiquity of early Dynastic Capitals
 
 
 
Table LXVII
 
The Phoenix Chronology of the King Lists