Radiocarbon dating an archaeological perspective
This implies that Israel did not have a king or kingdom at this time. The text also implies that Israel was as strong as the other cities mentioned, and not just a small tribe. "Linguistic Notes on Thutmose III's Topographical List." Egyptological Studies vol.
The south to north order of the three city-states may provide a general location for Israel. "The World of Sinuhe." Israel Oriental Studies 9-408.
Many, perhaps hundreds, are of prehistoric construction.
Their existence is virtually unrecognized in the archaeological literature for eastern North America, potentially resulting in inadequate reconstructions of subsistence and settlement patterns in this region.
For example: Multi-disciplinary scientific research reports, prepared during last three- four decades by making use of such scientific tools and techniques, were used for dating the events narrated in Valmiki Ramayan and resuts were amazing! Moon near the star Punar vasu (Pollux) in Gemini Constellation. This data was entered into the ‘Planetarium Gold’ software, the results indicated that this was exactly the location of planets/stars vis-à-vis zodiac constellations on the 10th of January noon time in the year 5114 BC if viewed from latitude/longitude of Ayodhya (25°N 81°E). By making use of software to convert solar calendar into lunar calendar, it was found that this date also happened to be the 9th day of Shukla Paksha in ‘Chaitra’ month and the time was around 12 to 1 noontime.
The beginning of the Holocene (post last ice age) is now universally accepted to be around 12000 BP.
Consequently the civilizations of the world naturally and simultaneously started developing near the rivers which initially started flowing due to the melting of glaciers near the Equator e.g. When populations multiplied, these river waters became insufficient.
They suspected foul-play and subsequently reported the find to a local hostel owner, Markus Pirpamer, who alerted the authorities.
The body and a number of associated artifacts, including tools and hunting implements, were discovered at an altitude of 3,200 metres above sea level in the Ötztaler (pronounced Alpen range, in the northeastern corner of the Italian Tyrol.