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The Lords of Avaris (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 6. März 2007

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The Lords of Avaris will transport you into the real world of Greece's legendary Heroic Age

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Eine durchaus spannende Geschichte! Rohl hat es wieder einmal geschafft seine Leserschaft zu fesseln. Ob sich alle seine Vorschläge (wie der radikale chronologische Versatz) in der Wissenschaft durchsetzen werden, bleibt abzuwarten (wahrscheinlich eher nicht). Dennoch gibt es hier sehr viele wertvolle neue Impulse, die man einfach unvoreingenommen kennen sollte. Vor allem der Teil über die 'kleinen Hyksos' und ihre Verbindung zu den Herrschern von Ugarit und dann die 'grossen' Hyksos und ihre Verbindung zur ägäischen Welt, halte ich für hightlights in diesem dicken Buch. Jeder der sich interessiert für das frühe Europa, muss dieses Buch einfach gelesen haben. Das Buch liesst sich wie ein spannender Krimi!
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HASH(0x8a4b6ec4) von 5 Sternen Who were the Lords of Avaris? 26. August 2012
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Who were the Lords of Avaris? David Rohl attempts to answer this question and many others in a book that spans centuries, tracks ancient migrations, travels the ancient Mediterranean world and investigates ancient legend and lore. It begins with recent archeology discovering ancient Minoan frescoes - in Egypt of all places!

David Rohl, developer of the New Chronology, or a new timeline, for the ancient world's events attempts to put the ancient legends of the reunification of Egypt, Homer's Trojan War, the arrival in the Levant of the "Philistines", the marauding attacks of the "Sea Peoples" and even the founding of Rome into a new historical context.

Orthodox historians have tried - and failed - to place these legends into historical context and have therefore consigned them to the status of pure myth without any basis in fact. David Rohl takes a different tack and, with his "heretical" New Chronology, is able to look at these ancient legends and accept that there may be kernels of truth in the old legends. He carefully builds his case over 600 pages wherein he purports to show that something like these events actually took place, but at different times than orthodox chronology and its adherents expect.

Mr. Rohl is not a "revisionist" and I would point out that orthodox dogma is overturned quite frequently as new ideas are put forth, tested and after much angst finally accepted. "Clovis First" in North America, for example, still has adherents despite mounting evidence that humans were in the Americas before Clovis culture appeared.

I enjoyed this book! I say that as someone who has read many works by eminent historians who spend multiple chapters on pottery sherds. Mr. Rohl covers pottery, artistic styles, languages and anicent legends while tying them together to reach his conclusions. The author writes entertainingly and often uses humor. He anticipates reader questions and is ready with answers. He covers these events and times with a "big picture" approach, never dumping too much for the general reader to handle. This is not history "lite", but rather history simplified for the general reader as well as the historian who is already familiar with the specifics. He helps the general reader by summarizing his conclusions at the end of sections and chapters.

This is an excellent and challenging work that neither talks down to nor over the head of the general audience. It is entertaining and challenges the reader to think about concepts rather than simply dumping data and hypotheses on the reader. This was a fun and interesting read and I recommend it with five stars.
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HASH(0x8a4b9ef4) von 5 Sternen Lots of historical Legends proven by archeology!! 11. Juni 2011
Von Margaret C. Jacob - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Avaris is one of the delta Nile towns on the eastern side of Egypt just east of what they called Goshen. Interesting to see how many "layers" of people from the East were there for awhile and evidence for how they interacted. The archeological data and pictures is/are just amazing and his "new" dating chronology helps it all make more sense. So many fine details if you want that; good summary boxes ever so often also; just never seen so much documentation for ancient history of the whole Mediterranean area. Much has been discovered in recent years.
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HASH(0x8a3b3e7c) von 5 Sternen Excellent read - Facts are compelling! 22. Januar 2013
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David's book is very good and very enlightening. He knows his subject very well. His deductions and suppositions are very uncanningly accurate. Being a student of Chronology myself, his book has opened Ancient Chronologies to me. David successfully links non-Biblical timelines with the Biblical chronology proving the accuracy of the Bible in every detail.

One criticism I do have is that David has neglected to provide a full chronology in the book - one has to bring a whole lot of small timelines together oneself in some difficulty. I would recommend this book to anyone with the desire to picture the history of nations in a nutshell.
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HASH(0x8a800468) von 5 Sternen Less expensive alternative to hardbound with a few issues 2. Februar 2016
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Very interesting book and the third of the series by the author. This paperback edition is a print on demand book so it does not duplicate all the photographs and diagrams of the hardbound edition. Consequently, the photo quality is in many cases poor. Some photographs were dark or had scanning lines passing through the images.
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HASH(0x8a4af714) von 5 Sternen A brilliant book by David Rohl that buttresses his New Chronology in several ways 9. Januar 2014
Von Gene Rhea Tucker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A brilliant book by David Rohl that buttresses his New Chronology in several ways. Rohl is picking up, in essence, where his ex-colleagues Peter James, et al., left off. Namely, that there is no Greek Dark Ages. The archaeology of Greece is tied to the over-extended chronology of Egypt, which means that Greek cities are occupied, then unoccupied for three hundred years or so, then occupied again by people who are oddly similar to the guys from three hundred years ago. He also shows how a whole bunch of Greek myths, fables, and histories all of a sudden match up with Hittite, Mesopotamian, and Egyptian, and even biblical, records when the chronology of Greece is lowered. The Trojan war in the 800s makes more sense as it relates to stratigraphy, the founding of Rome, the Sea Peoples, the collapse of Minoan civilization, the eruption of Thera, the Dorian invasions, et cetera. Figures like Inachus, Cecrops, Pelops, Mopsus, Aeneas, Tuecer, and on and on and on now fit into history, and actually, many times, have actual counterparts in the written historical records. An essential entry.
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