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Daniel Zilisch
JW,Love ancient history and literature. Biblical, Egyptian, babylonian, exe dead sea scrolls, nag hammadi, amarna, ethiopic but willing to look at all angles!
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 17
This really depends on how archeological findings are interpreted as well, take Mt Sinai for instance. Their are about six of them out their based on opinions. Those opinion can be based on very thin rationale.
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 17
Excellent point! Lol
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 17
I love that we have both accounts. It illustrates so well, the importance of looking at both sides in a conflict objectively, and without bias... So hard (for some) to do, even if it has been thousands of years πŸ˜‚
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 17
The Egyptians never loss a battle, they just keep winning closer to home πŸ˜‰
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 17
I'm trying to find the link to that specific citing. Do you have?
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 17
Does Jann Assmann have anything to say about the Ipewer papyrus or the story of Seti ii and Amenmesse?
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 16
Replying to @mattcrotts
Ah yes, the uncountable hours, I'll never get back πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 16
Replying to @mattcrotts
Just a thought, what if Atlantis was just the Pangaea of an antediluvian world. If that was the case maybe their civilization is still visible? πŸ€”
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 13
Its true so many stories sound so similar. Im thinking the tale of the shipwrecked sailor in Punt he meete a giant serpent, or even older Humbaba of Babylonian origen
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 12
Plutarch, which deals mainly with this portion of the myth, differs in many respects from the known Egyptian sources
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 12
The texts I was thinking of are, Papyrus Chester Beatty from Ramsees V and 12th dynasty records
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 12
Confused, isn't the typhon greek?
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 11
Just curious, what is the source for this thought?
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Daniel Zilisch Jan 4
Replying to @Rambobiggs @samois
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Daniel Zilisch Dec 31
Drop the mic πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Daniel Zilisch Dec 31
Replying to @HighersideChats
The bear had me πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. That took alot of balls, returning a Transformers video game lol
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Daniel Zilisch Dec 31
Replying to @barstoolsports
That bear was killing me!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Perfect product placement!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Daniel Zilisch Dec 29
Looking forward to to this podcast episode!
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Daniel Zilisch Dec 29
Replying to @TheAncientWorld
One of my favorite apocryphal books has Antiochus IV as the antagonist. The book of 4 Maccabees, your podcast is one that I keep coming back to again and again 😁
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