Radiocarbon calibration in the mid to later 14th century BC and radiocarbon dating Tell el-Amarna, Egypt / S.
Despite this consensus, disagreements remain within the scholarly community, resulting in variant chronologies diverging by about 300 years for the Early Dynastic Period, up to 30 years in the New Kingdom, and a few years in the Late Period.
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Using radiocarbon evidence in Egyptian chronological research / C.
Investigating the accuracy of radiocarbon dating in Egypt: checks with samples of known age / M.