Early evidence (late 2nd millennium BCE) of plant-based dyeing of textiles from Timna, Israel

@article{Sukenik2017EarlyE,
  title={Early evidence (late 2nd millennium BCE) of plant-based dyeing of textiles from Timna, Israel},
  author={Naama Sukenik and D. Iluz and Z. Amar and A. Varvak and Vanessa Workman and O. Shamir and E. Ben-Yosef},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2017},
  volume={12}
}
Abstract In this article, we focus on the analysis of dyed textile fragments uncovered at an early Iron Age (11th-10th centuries BCE) copper smelting site during new excavations in the Timna Valley conducted by the Central Timna Valley (CTV) Project, as well as those found by the Arabah Expedition at the Hathor Temple (Site 200), dated to the Late Bronze/early Iron Ages (13th-11th centuries BCE). Analysis by HPLC-DAD identified two organic dyestuffs, Rubia tinctorum L. and indigotin, from a… Expand

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