Visual Timeline: Tel Kabri
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6500 BCE - 3500 BCE: The area of Tel Kabri is settled by people of two pre-Canaanite cultures.
3500 BCE - 2100 BCE: An Early Bronze Age settlement is believed to have occupied the northern half of Tel Kabri.
2100 BCE: The Early Bronze Age settlement at Tel Kabri is destroyed as part of the greater eastern Mediterranean-wide upheaval known as the Early Bronze Age collapse.
1600 BCE - 1550 BCE: The palace at Tel Kabri is destroyed and the site is abandoned for the rest of the Bronze Age.
720 BCE - 585 BCE: Tel Kabri is occupied by a town belonging to the Phoenician city-state of Tyre. In addition to the town, a citadel is constructed on the site to house a local garrison of Greek mercenaries.
585 BCE: Nebuchadnezzar's armies destroy the Phoenician settlement at Tel Kabri.
538 BCE - 332 BCE: Tel Kabri is home to a small settlement which will be its last until the modern-era.