This study is an investigation of funerary assemblages of the Third Intermediate Period (1070-664 BC) with a view to dating the objects of which these assemblages are composed more accurately than hitherto. This is done by providing a corpus of all published Third Intermediate Period tomb groups, and extracting from it a number of object typologies for individual grave goods with a view to assessing their value as a means of dating the tomb groups in which they are found. These typologies are then combined to chart a series of chronological developments throughout the period here under review.
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