> About the
> :"Awarded a doctorate for her Judean work, she
> now presents the Egyptian chronology in full. She
> writes for the benefit of scholars, with extensive
> references as footnotes".
> Her source for this statement above is...f-ing
> Wikipedia. Unbelievable. "Scholarship" in the 21st
> century ladies and gentleman. To make things even
> worse, Wikipedia does not even say what Tetley
> says it does. No mention of Hassass, no mention of
> the "drunkards of the crown of Khufu" (which is an
> error anyways), and the date the translation isn't
> even the same:
> "The second source can be found in the
> relieving chambers inside Khufu's pyramid above
> the burial chamber. One of these inscriptions
> mentions a workmen's crew named "friends of Khufu"
> alongside the note "in the year of the 17th cattle
> count", but it is questioned if the number of
> years points to a biennial cattle count, or if the
> number must be taken verbatim".
> Her book was published in 2017, this is what WP
> has said since at least July 2016. She must be
> quoting some other source she can't cite so she
> sluffs it off on WP despite the fact it does not
> even say what she is claiming it does. Bizarre.
Apparently, Dr. Christine Tetley died in 2013.
According to the AWOL review of The Reconstructed Chronology of the Egyptian Kings:
New information can fill “knowledge gaps” and further refine her endeavour. The editor invites readers who recognize such gaps, or errors in the compiled material, to communicate directly with him. Any material of chronological significance that could improve and refine The Reconstructed Chronology of the Egyptian Kings would be exactly within the intentions of Dr Tetley, and would be considered for inclusion and recognition within the existing narrative.
The email address of her editor, the Rev. Barry Tetley, appears at the foot of this page.