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Journal of the Ancient Chronology Forum

in which the New Chronology was first developed





John Bimson gives the case for chronological revision, and the significance of Assyria: "The history of Assyria currently poses the most stubborn obstacle to a major chronological revision."  (written about ten years ago. Scroll down to the 'Case against Assyria'.)

A useful summary and review of the first two chapters of Chronology at the Crossroads.

Robert Porter lists several different papers which taken together would shorten Egyptian history by over a century.

The book which originally set out the case for a 250 year revision to remove the Dark Age. Several articles together in the Cambridge Archaelogical Journal rejected it, notably the one by Nicholas Postgate claiming that Assyrian history forbids such shortening.

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