Bernard Newgrosh calls David Rohl his mentor and like David Rohl presents his case for a chronological adjustment to the ancient Near East in the 1300-860 B.C. range. His argument is basically orthodox chronology minus 377 years. I charted out his proposed chronology including Ugarit and Amurru which he did not give and added dates (using the same criteria) for Elam which is mentioned but without dates. Even extending forward using the criteria David Rohl used, there is just too much historical information to cram into the remaining time. His case is excellently presented and is worth reading. He is thorough and convincing. As a person who works better by visualizing the information, once I could see it graphically extended, I just could not agree with it. I did like his book though.