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32°34'24.99'' N    34°58'7.75'' E

Kebara Cave was excavated in 1927, 1930, and 1931. New excavations started in 1985 (Hours 1994:200). According to its material remains, it has been attributed to the early Natufian (Bocquentin 2003). Both radiocarbon dates have too large deviations and were therefore not considered for the calibration.

14C Dates

 Code  BP Dev. Δ13C Location material References
OxA 2798 12470 180 D19R B Housley 1994:59
UCLA? 11150 400 B B Byrd 1994:218

 

 

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