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  • Supplementary text. Tel Dan—Summary of the archaeological data
  • fig. S1. Pollen-based ecological clusters detected in the Upper Galilee from the Bronze Age to the Roman period.
  • fig. S2. Pollen diagram showing the dynamics of vegetation assemblages from the Bronze Age to the Roman period.
  • fig. S3. Correlations between the clusters, the PCA-Axis1, agriculture, and surface water.
  • fig. S4. Ecological shifts recorded at Tel Dan compared with records from Syria (Tell Tweini) and Cyprus (Hala Sultan Tekke).
  • fig. S5. The chronology of ecological shifts recorded at Tel Dan compared with Jeita Cave (δ18O and δ13C), Lebanon.
  • fig. S6. Periodicity of ecological shifts in the Upper Galilee from the Bronze Age (2200 cal yr BCE) to the Roman period (100 cal yr CE).
  • fig. S7. Agriculture and pastoral activities in and around Tel Dan from the Bronze Age (2200 BCE) to the Roman period (100 CE).
  • fig. S8. Map of the Tel Dan area showing Mount Hermon, the Golan Heights, the Nahal Sion, and the Dan springs.
  • table S1. Details of the 14C age determinations for the core TD-1.
  • table S2. The strata of Tel Dan and their salient characteristics.
  • table S3. Estimated settled area and settlement density at Tel Dan by stratum.
  • table S4. Selected radiocarbon dates from sites linked to Tel Dan by ceramic horizons and by period.
  • References (91–116)

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