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The interpretation of the radiocarbon dates of Kfar HaHoresh must await the final publication of the site. According to the excavator, the four radiocarbon dates obtained a range between 8523 +/- 154 and 7668 +/- 54 BC cal (Goring-Morris et al. 2008:18; Goring-Morris 2005). On the basis of the radiocarbon dates and the typology the excavators suggest an occupation of the site starting during the early, and ending in the late, PPNB. [1]

[1] Only one radiocarbon date has been published so far.

14C Dates

 Code  BP Dev. Δ13C Location material References
RTT 3733.1 8650 50 "not possible to confidently place this sample within any specific stratigraphic level" (1) Goring-Morris, Boaretto, Weiner 2001



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