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Shoshenq I and biblical Šîšaq: A philological defense of their traditional equation / Troy Sagrillo

Solomon and Shishak: Current Perspectives from Archaeology, Epigraphy, History and Chronology: Proceedings of the Third BICANE Colloquium held at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge 26-27 March 2011, Pages: 61 - 81

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Since the late 1980s, as part of proposals to lower the conventional chronology of pharaonic Egypt by one to three hundred years, a number of scholars have identified biblical Šîšaq (1 Kings 11:40, 14:25; 2 Chronicles 12:2-9) with Ramesses II or III, rather than the conventional Shoshenq I, on the b...

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Published in: Solomon and Shishak: Current Perspectives from Archaeology, Epigraphy, History and Chronology: Proceedings of the Third BICANE Colloquium held at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge 26-27 March 2011
ISBN: 9781407313894 9781407343495
Published: Oxford Archaeopress 2015
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description Since the late 1980s, as part of proposals to lower the conventional chronology of pharaonic Egypt by one to three hundred years, a number of scholars have identified biblical Šîšaq (1 Kings 11:40, 14:25; 2 Chronicles 12:2-9) with Ramesses II or III, rather than the conventional Shoshenq I, on the basis of rare hypocoristica for ‘Ramesses’, ssysw, ssw, and ss. Without addressing the chronological issues, this paper examines this proposed re-identification from a philological perspective, concluding that the proposal to identify biblical Šîšaq with any king named ‘Ramesses’ is unwarranted and implausible.
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