By Immanuel Velikovsky
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These have been idenagainst tified as Philistines. Inasmuch as iu the detailed reports of this war among no mention made of the Israelites, supposed by many scholars had not yet reached Palestine. - Israel as already in 1 Accordingly, the invasion of Palestine by the Philistines is put some after the Exodus and a few years before the conquest of fifty years Canaan by Israel. , the days of Ramses III after his campaign there* in less in 1186, leaves no room for the events of the Judges people for four centuries prior to Saul and David school of historians argued in favor of that theory: a7 llall, in The People and the Book, who guided ( l(KX)); the but a 'The entry .
These narratives of geologic changes, persistently repeated in the above and many other similar passages in connection with the time of the Exodus, must have had some underlying experience that molded and remolded. The experience, according Scriptures, was so majestic and terrible that even after a long folklore succeeding generations line of could not be forgotten. it remembrance my song in the night: Will the Lord Hath God forgotten to be gracious? I The depths also were remember thy wonders of old.
This role was ascribed to Ramses II because of the mention of the city of Ramses in the Book of Exodus. The adherents of the Habira theory do not regard this as a weighty argument. "Plusieurs historien$ remarquant que ces villes [Ramses and Pithom] sont anterieurcs a Ramses IJ esliment que les travaux en question ont pu etre un roi de la XVIZZ Dynastie" P. Montet, Le Drame a'Avarte otdonnes par (Paris, 1941), p. 144. Under the statue of Merneptah in the hafl of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, until recently 9.