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Elisha's Bones of Contention
In Response To: Re: Tut and Carbon Dating ()

Thanks Eddie. Based on the overlaps in Assyrian, Babylonian, and Persian histories found in Part III of the book, I have had to lower the time of Tut to about 600 B.C. (See Chart 5). That helps explain how his memory might still have been alive in the Christian era, but of course makes for other problems. Very few people are willing to even entertain such a radical chronology.

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