Archaeology, Iron Age, Radiocarbon dating, Ancient history and Chronology are his primary areas of study. His studies in Archaeology integrate themes in fields like Pastoralism, Palestine and Settlement. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Arid, Livestock, Phytolith and Southern Levant.
His Ancient history study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Coastal plain, Chiefdom and Provenance. His work carried out in the field of Chronology brings together such families of science as Accelerator mass spectrometry, Hebrew and Monarchy. Israel Finkelstein works mostly in the field of Bronze, limiting it down to topics relating to Chalcolithic and, in certain cases, Urbanism.
Israel Finkelstein mainly focuses on Archaeology, Ancient history, Iron Age, Bronze and Radiocarbon dating. His work in Chronology, Pottery, Bronze Age, Southern Levant and Excavation is related to Archaeology. He performs integrative study on Chronology and Stratigraphy.
His research in Bronze Age intersects with topics in Arid and Period. His Ancient history research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Kingdom, Monarchy, Petrography and Polity. His research links Chalcolithic with Bronze.
Israel Finkelstein spends much of his time researching Archaeology, Bronze, Bronze Age, Ancient history and Southern Levant. His Archaeology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Period. His study in Bronze is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Arid and Subsistence economy.
His biological study deals with issues like Middle East, which deal with fields such as Domestication and Old World. His Ancient history research incorporates themes from Kingdom and Wilderness. The study incorporates disciplines such as Livestock, Politics, Zooarchaeology and Value in addition to Southern Levant.
His primary scientific interests are in Archaeology, Bronze, Bronze Age, Iron Age and Radiocarbon dating. Specifically, his work in Archaeology is concerned with the study of Agriculture. His work in the fields of Bronze Age, such as Southern Levant, intersects with other areas such as Ancient DNA.
His research investigates the connection between Southern Levant and topics such as Chalcolithic that intersect with issues in Zebu. His studies deal with areas such as Metalworking and Paleoethnobotany as well as Iron Age. The Radiocarbon dating study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary depositional environment, Period and Sherd.
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