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Close examination of their data suggests that their assertion that the results support the conventional chronology for the LH IIIC to Proto-Geometric periods is over-optimistic. Conclusions Although the rationale of the conventional Dating bronze currently used for the later phases of the Greek Bronze Age has been set out in detail by Warren and Hankey [26]Dating bronze and Jung [16] and others, the fact remains that the dates from Assiros and Kastanas are systematically offset from these to approximately the same value as those from Thera at the beginning of the Late Bronze Age. It may reasonably be asked how these discrepancies arise. Can the Assiros dates be reconciled with historical dates by careful re-examination of the links between different areas at different periods?

If not, which chronology should be preferred and why? To give priority to the historical dates is to challenge 60 years of research into, and improvement of, the 14C methodology and the development of a series of accurate calibration curves. To give priority to the 14C dates calls into question much of the conventional historical chronology for this period in the Eastern Mediterranean. Recent studies of the dating of the Egyptian Old to New Kingdoms have demonstrated that historical dates and 14C-derived dates are compatible where reliable samples are selected and the correct methodologies applied [2] — [4]. The consistency of the results relating to the Thera eruption demonstrates the importance of a range of different sample types, although ideally they would have had chronological depth as well as geographical breadth.

The exceptionally robust character of the Assiros sequence is based on 1 the length of the stratified sequence, 2 the number and variety of samples, 3 the accuracy of DWM as applied to building timbers and 4 on the confirmation from the animal bones that the timbers are not reused. It thus provides a series of anchor points for future 14C and dendrochronological studies in the Aegean area and challenges long-established assumptions about historical chronology in the region. Supporting Information File S1. Supporting figures and tables. Intervals calculated for each Assiros phase.

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Eventually, Mitanni succumbed to Hittite, and later Assyrian attacks, and was reduced to a province of the Middle Assyrian Empire. The Israelites were an ancient Semitic-speaking people of the Ancient Near East who inhabited part of Canaan during the tribal and monarchic periods 15th to 6th centuries BC[22] [23] [24] [25] [26] and lived in the region in smaller numbers after the fall of the monarchy. The name "Israel" first appears c. Large groups migrated to Mesopotamia, where they intermingled with the native Akkadian Assyrian and Babylonian population.

The Aramaeans never had a unified empire; they were divided into independent kingdoms all across the Near East. After the Bronze Age collapse, their political influence was confined to a number of Syro-Hittite states, which were entirely absorbed into the Neo-Assyrian Empire by the 8th century BC. Instead, a division primarily based on art-historical and historical characteristics is more common. The cities of the Ancient Near East housed several tens of thousands of people. The Akkadian Empire — BC became the dominant power in the region, and after its fall the Sumerians enjoyed a renaissance with the Neo-Sumerian Empire.