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A Test of Time and A Test of Time Revisited
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Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Approaches and viewpoints: relativity and objectivity in the Thera/Santorini debate 3. A Test of Time Revisited: The State of the Debate and Key Evidence as of December AD 2012 a. Note concerning WWW document on developments AD 1999 to AD 2006 b. Note concerning discussion to AD 2004, and then to AD 2012 c. State of the Debate (AD 2012) (I) What we can put aside at present (II) The archaeological connections between the Aegean, east Mediterranean and Egypt (III) The radiocarbon (14C) evidence (IV) Approximate Chronology to use AD 2102 versus Manning (1999: 340 and Fig.62)? 4. Response to, and critique of, Bietak (2004) 5. Corrections/mistakes in Manning (1999)- (a) as regards Aegean dendrochronology, and (b) typos and other minor errors previously noted in AD 1999 6. Revisit Essay Appendix: Details on Egyptian New Kingdom chronology results following Aston (2012) and re-running the Bronk Ramsey et al. (2010) radiocarbon model 7. References (for the Revisit Essay) Note: Figures in the Revisit Essay are labeled as Figure RE1 to RE28. Tables in the Revisit Essay are labeled as Table RE1 to RE12. References cited in the Revisit Essay are listed at the end of the Revisit Essay

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Sturt Manning is currently the Goldwin Smith Professor of Classical Archaeology, Director of the Malcolm and Carolyn Wiener Laboratory for Aegean and Near Eastern Dendrochronology at Cornell University, and Director of the Cornell Institute of Archaeology and Material Studies. He was previously a Lecturer, then Reader at the University of Reading, UK, following a PhD at Cambridge and earlier study in his native Australia (MA Hons, Macquarie University, BA Hons, Australian National University). His research interests cover Mediterranean archaeology (especially the Aegean, Cyprus and east Mediterranean), and archaeological science (especially dendrochronology, radiocarbon, and climate). For more information on publications, see http://cornell.academia.edu/SturtWManning

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As with the first book, this new edition is bound to generate significant debate, which in time may lead to consensus on dating of this decisive eruption. Until then, Manning has once again provided a rich source of material that will impact the application of both absolute and relative chronologies in the Mediterranean region. * Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies *

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