An Archaeological Contribution to the Early Iron Age Chronological Debate: Alternative Chronologies for Phoenicia and Their Effects on the Levant, Cyprus, and Greece

@article{Gilboa2003AnAC,
  title={An Archaeological Contribution to the Early Iron Age Chronological Debate: Alternative Chronologies for Phoenicia and Their Effects on the Levant, Cyprus, and Greece},
  author={A. Gilboa and I. Sharon},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={332},
  pages={7 - 80}
}
  • A. Gilboa, I. Sharon
  • Published 2003
  • History
  • Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
The debate over the chronology of the early Iron Age in Israel by far transcends Palestinian archaeology, history, and biblical historiography. Chronologies for most of the adjacent regions, and those of entities farther afield, such as Cyprus and Greece, are largely dependent on the Levant. The debate has centered to date mainly on historical considerations, adjusting the chronologies of the material record to the different proposed scenarios. This article advocates an opposite approach… Expand
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