Kingship at Its Source book.
Kingship at Its Source book. By accepting at face value both the chronological perspective of the Bible and the high longevities of the Noahic patriarchs, biblicists can make sense of Sumerian data and revolutionize the image of world history at its source. To make good on this premise, it is essential to compare and match names from kinglists and mythological pantheons. What emerges from these comparisons is a set of fifty-four feudal and imperial aristocrats who created world civilization in their own image.
by John Davis Pilkey. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781424191161. Release Date:December 2007.
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The remarkably extended Indian king lists given by Waddell are used only sparingly in Kingship at Its Source for a few selected names to which Waddell gives cross-cultural Sumero-Akkadian identities- Haryashwa for Ur Nanshe and Sagara and Asa Manja for Sargon and Manishtushu. Because these names occur randomly at the 15 th, 37 th and 38 th generations of the solar line of Ayodhya, I have not yet attempted a comprehensive explanation of the Indian list or determined why these few names should pop out of context to agree with Sumerian records.
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John Davis Pilkey wrote Kingship at Its Source: A Study of the Postdiluvian Age, which can be purchased at a lower price at ThriftBooks. Books by John Davis Pilkey. Kingship at Its Source: A Study of the Postdiluvian Age. John Davis Pilkey.
John Davies (25 April 1938 – 16 February 2015) was a Welsh historian, and a television and radio broadcaster. He attended university at Cardiff and Cambridge and taught Welsh at Aberystwyth. He wrote a number of books on Welsh history. Davies was born in the Rhondda, Wales, and studied at both University College, Cardiff, and Trinity College, Cambridge. Davies was married with four children.
Author: John Davis Pilkey
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: PublishAmerica (December 10, 2007)
Pages: 541 pages
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