A reconciliation with Babylonian events.
An enquiry into the principal long-period chronometers employed in Assyria.
Features of the book:
A comprehensive list of attested synchronisms, which must be observed in any historical model. This revised model satisfies them all while the conventional dating does not!
A Chronicle of Events throughout Western Asia as now understood in the new setting.
A new possible explanation for the collapse of trade at the end of the Late Bronze Age.
Stages in the development of the AKL, with an explanation of how it came to be lengthened accidentally in ancient times.
The markers in the AKL, still discernible, which originally denoted the onset of parallel kingship.
The removal of the Middle Assyrian dark age.