Report on the First Stage of the Iron Age Dating Project in Israel: Supporting a Low Chronology

@article{Sharon2007ReportOT,
  title={Report on the First Stage of the Iron Age Dating Project in Israel: Supporting a Low Chronology},
  author={I. Sharon and A. Gilboa and A. Jull and E. Boaretto},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2007},
  volume={49},
  pages={1 - 46}
}
The traditional chronology of ancient Israel in the 11th–9th centuries BCE was constructed mainly by correlating archaeological phenomena with biblical narratives and with Bible-derived chronology. The chronology of Cyprus and Greece, and hence of points further west, are in turn based on that of the Levant. Thus, a newly proposed chronology, about 75–100 yr lower than the conventional one, bears crucial implications not only for biblical history and historiography but also for cultural… Expand
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