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Geomagnetic intensity spike recorded in high resolution slag deposit in Southern Jordan
article i nfo In paleomagnetism, periods of high field intensity have been largely ignored in favor of the more spectacular directional changes associated with low field intensity periods ofExpand
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Geomagnetic field intensity: How high can it get? How fast can it change? Constraints from Iron Age copper slag
article The intensity of the geomagnetic field varies over different time scales. Yet, constraints on the maximum intensity of the field as well as for its maximum rate of change are inadequate dueExpand
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Technology and social process : oscillations in Iron Age copper production and power in Southern Jordan
Records of technological practice provide an important lens for studying societies and cultures across time and space. This dissertation takes a diachronic view of the role of ancient copperExpand
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A New Chronological Framework for Iron Age Copper Production at Timna (Israel)
This paper presents the results of the 2009 excavations at Site 30 in the Timna Valley, Israel. The results, coupled with a suite of 11 new radiocarbon dates, fix the chronology of the site betweenExpand
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High-precision radiocarbon dating and historical biblical archaeology in southern Jordan
  • T. Levy, T. Higham, +8 authors L. Tauxe
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  • 28 October 2008
Recent excavations and high-precision radiocarbon dating from the largest Iron Age (IA, ca. 1200–500 BCE) copper production center in the southern Levant demonstrate major smelting activities in theExpand
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Application of copper slag in geomagnetic archaeointensity research
[1] Paleointensity and archaeointensity studies since the 1950s have produced numerous geomagnetic intensity data for the last seven millennia. As a consequence of different experiments andExpand
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The beginning of Iron Age copper production in the southern Levant: new evidence from Khirbat al-Jariya, Faynan, Jordan
The authors have explored the workplace and house of copper workers of the early Iron Age (twelfth to tenth century BC) in Jordan's Wadi Faynan copper ore district, showing that it belongs in timeExpand
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Six centuries of geomagnetic intensity variations recorded by royal Judean stamped jar handles
Significance Understanding the geomagnetic field behavior in the past, and, in particular, its intensity component, has implications for various (and disparate) fields of research, including theExpand
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