Instead of "Egyptian," I now adopt the word " Romic," an adjective coined from Romic, the name by which the original inhabitants of Khera called themselves.
On 2nd July, 1919, at the monthly Meeting of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, I had the honour of "reading " a paper on Ancient Romic Chronology, which was the outcome of further investigations that I had been making. It was "communicated " to the Society through the kind-ness of that very distinguished son of Bengal, Sir Ashutosh Mookerjee, Kt., without whose unfailing encouragement it is possible that my investigations would have languished, if not ceased.
In that paper I worked out my problem on the basis of the Year being one of 365 days, with further manipulations to bring my results-approximate only-into line with correct Solar or Natural Time.
Here I adopt the more direct course of working on the basis of a Year of 36514 days. The outcome is in every way more satisfactory.
With the paper read to the Asiatic Society I submitted a few illustrations, showing how I apply my principles and methods to the data that so far have come to light.
In the following pages such illustrations are more numerous.
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