RABMEC, J. A. Giannini (6/25/2015)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
List Of Figures
List Of Tables
2. THE REVISED ANCIENT BIBLICAL and MID-EAST (RABMEC) TIMELINE
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LIST OF FIGURES
Preface 1.0. A map of the mid-east in biblical times
Preface 2.0. The historical portion of the RABMEC timeline
Preface 3.0. A map showing the extent of the Sumerian Empire
Preface 4.0. The time of the five civilizations from their earliest appearance
Preface 5.0. The mythological portion of the RABMEC timeline
2.1. The genealogy of Adam to the Flood.
2.2. The genealogy of Noah to Abram.
2.3. The genealogy of Abram to Moses.
2.4 The genealogy of Jesus as provided in Matthew 1:1-18.
3.1. The language tree of the ancient languages.
LIST OF TABLES
2.1. Relative year (RY) of Adam (being the 1st Sumerian King)
to the Flood.
2.2. Relative year (RY) of Noah to Abram.
2.3. Relative year (RY) of Abra(ha)m to King David.
2.4. Relative year (RY) of King David to the Babylonian Exile.
2.5. Relative year (RY) of Babylonian Exile to the birth of Jesus.
2.6. Comparison of the two timelines (the STL, and the new RABMEC) for the biblical events.
4.1. Four periods in the Sumerian timeline from Manishtushu's independence
(2638 BC RABMEC - 18 years into Sargon's reign) to the beginning of the
4.2. The Sumerian dynasties from Sargon (18 years into his reign) back to the Flood.
4.3. The Sumerian dynasties from the Flood back to the first king, Unzi.
4.4. A possible corruption path for "man years" of reign to "god years" of reign for the Sumerian dynasties of the 3-city period.
4.5. The dynasties of the mythical period according to Manetho as recorded by Boeckh.
4.6. The Egyptian God II years of reign.
4.7. The Egyptian God I years of reign as recorded by Boeckh.
4.8. A relation between the major climate and extinction events and the divine Hindu y-cycles (in the K = 4 major cycle).
5.1 Comparison of the RABMEC BC dates for the historic Egyptian dynasties
with previous dating efforts
5.2. RABMEC timeline compared with dated physical and historic events.