dimanche 13 mai 2018

Table for St Jerome as per Preliminary Conclusion


Intro : General Intro to my Carbon Tables (with other parts in links in comments) · Conclusion : Preliminary Conclusion, with Corrections · How Accurate are Chronogenealogies Anyway? Conclusion continued. · Table for St Jerome as per Preliminary Conclusion · Refining table Flood to Abraham - and a doubt · Ultra Brief Summary on Carbon 14 Method

Assumptions in below are either strong or "alternative". Strong ones are:

Too old carbon dates are due to original content lower than 100 pmc, and the lower original percentage adds so many extra years as the percentage if measured now would imply in conventional dating years. For instance, and original 88.606 pmc would add 1000 extra years, like an object now having 88.606 pmc is thousand years old, an original 98.798 pmc would add 100 extra years, like an object measuring 98.798 pmc now is 100 years old.

Göbekli Tepe is Babel, which project took 40 years. Joseph is remembered by pagans as Imhotep, so his pharao is Djoser.

Mid-strong (not quite alternative on my view) are:

Flood year pmc level is more likely to correspond to last Neanderthal skeleton, as they were a pre-Flood race, than to most recent carbon dated dinosaur, as there can have been post-Flood mudslides.

Masoretic timeline can be disconsidered in favour of LXX, at least for post-Flood patriarchs.

Alternative ones are:

Sticking to Neanderthal "extinction" as Flood year's carbon date;

Sticking to 3200 BC rather than 3400 BC as probable carbon date for Genesis 14. Either one is meant as corresponding to chalcolithic of En-Geddi, for which I have no carbon date available, but 3200 BC fits the conventional dating of Narmer.

Sticking to Sesostris III as the pharao who wanted to kill Hebrew children, Amenemhet III as the pharao who adopted Moses, Amenemhet IV as Moses coregent (disappearing before Amenemhet III);

Sticking to younger level of Jericho (Kenyon's 1550 BC, the level conventionally dated as 2200 BC or sth - not sure if there is a carbon date - being perhaps a better fit topographically).

AND sticking to St Jerome's chronology, the shortest between Flood and birth of Abraham of the LXX based ones, in fact the post-Flood patriarchs would correspond to Samaritan Pentateuch too (but his pre-Flood don't, which is less important, since I am considering a post-Flood rise in carbon 14.

This point - St Jerome's - is well supported for us Roman Catholics, unless we prefer Vulgate chronology for which Ussher is a good chronology, but for those preferring a longer LXX (Syncellus adding II Cainan or even the standard LXX text now where Nahor is 179 years old when begetting), that is no problem, since the carbon 14 would be produced less fast resulting in a less fast rise of carbon levels. Below the table, to show my procedure of calculation, I saved the ones for the midpoint between Jacob's death and Moses' birth.

Best wishes for those wanting to use this,

Hans Georg Lundahl
Paris
Sunday after Ascension
13.V.2018

Here is the table:

Noah *
3557 BC

Shem *
3055 BC

Flood
2957 BC
low estim.
c. 1 percent modern carbon (pmc), 38 000 BC (40 000 BP)

Arphaxad *
2955 BC

2868 BC
11.641 pmc, 20 668 BC

Shelah *
2820 BC

2780 BC
22.169 pmc, 15 230 BC

Eber *
2690 BC / 2691 BC
32.584 pmc 11 941 BC

Noah +
2607 BC

Babel begins
2602 BC
42.89 pmc, 9600 BC

Babel ends
2562 BC
48.171 pmc, 8600 BC

Peleg *
2556 BC

2484 BC
53.036 pmc, 7734 BC

Shem +
2455 BC

Reu *
2426 BC

2405 BC
57.849 pmc, 6955 BC

Arphaxad +
2390 BC

Shelah +
2360 BC

2327 BC
62.622 pmc, 6177 BC

Serug *
2294 BC

2249 BC
67.347 pmc, 5499 BC

Peleg +
2217 BC

Eber +
2186 BC

2170 BC
72.031 pmc, 4870 BC

Nahor *
2164 BC

2092 BC
76.665 pmc, 4292 BC

Reu +
2087 BC

Terah *
2085 BC

Abraham *
2015 BC

2013 BC
81.261 pmc, 3713 BC

Serug +
1964 BC

Nahor +
1956 BC

Genesis 14
1935 BC (high estimate)
85.811 pmc, 3200 BC

Isaac *
1915 BC

Terah +
1884 BC

Abraham +
1860 BC

Jacob *
1855 BC

1840 BC
87.869 pmc, 2890 BC

Isaac +
1735 BC

Jacob +
and Djoser presumed at similar time
1745 BC
89.902 pmc, 2625 BC

1668 BC
94.231 pmc, 2158 BC

Moses born
when Sesostris III dies, presumably. But this implies the higher layer at Jericho.
1590 BC
98.523 pmc, 1713 BC


Produced partly before and finished today, as above date of publication./HGL

1935 BC
1745 BC
0190 years, 97.728 %
Normal production in pmc : 2.272 pmc

85.811 * 97.728 / 100 = 83.86137408 (theoretic remainder with no new carbon 14)
89.902 - 83.86137408 = 6.04062592 (actual production) 6.04062592 / 2.272 = 2.6587261971830986 (ratio as how much faster production) 190 / 2 = 95, 98.857 % (an object with that pmc now is 95 years old) 100 - 98.857 = 1.143 (normal production) 1.143 * 2.6587261971830986 = 3.0389240433802816998 (actual production) 85.811 * 98.857 / 100 = 84.83018027 (remainder in theory) 84.83018027 + 3.0389240433802816998 = 87.8691043133802816998 c. = 87.869 (pmc at mid point) 1745+95 = 1840 BC (real year of mid point) 1840 BC, 87.869 pmc, 1050 extra years 1050+1840 = 2890 (carbon dated year at this mid point)

Oh, one more alternative or even weak assumption : using straight lines on the graph, so to speak, between the calculated pmc values. As above/HGL

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