Dating the Iron Age I/II Transition in Israel: First Intercomparison Results

@article{Boaretto2005DatingTI,
  title={Dating the Iron Age I/II Transition in Israel: First Intercomparison Results},
  author={E. Boaretto and A. Jull and A. Gilboa and I. Sharon},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2005},
  volume={47},
  pages={39 - 55}
}
Nearly a decade ago, a different chronology than the conventional absolute chronology for the early Iron Age in Israel was suggested. The new, lower chronology “transfers” Iron Age I and Iron Age IIA contexts in Israel, traditionally dated to the 11th and 10th centuries BCE, to the 10th and 9th centuries, respectively. Thus, it places the Iron I|IIA transition at about 920–900 BCE. This alternative chronology carries important implications for Israelite history, historiography, and Bible… Expand
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