Six centuries of geomagnetic intensity variations recorded by royal Judean stamped jar handles

Six centuries of geomagnetic intensity variations recorded by royal Judean stamped jar handles

Understanding the geomagnetic field behavior in the past, and, in particular, its intensity component, has implications for various (and disparate) fields of research, including the physics of Earth’s interior, atmospheric and cosmologic sciences, biology, and archaeology. This study provides substantial data on variations in geomagnetic field intensity during the eighth to second centuries BCE Levant, thus significantly improving the existing record for this region.

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