Additional tests were done on six grain samples from the destruction level resulting in dates between 16 B. and 12 charcoal samples from the destruction level resulting in dates between 16 B. The literature on the subject is enormous, so I will not attempt to give you references.
There is a heated debate going on among scholars concerning this, especially with regard to the date of the eruption of Thera (Santorini).
Because of the inconsistencies and uncertainties of C14 dating, most archaeologists prefer historical dates over C14 dates.
In reality, there exist quite a number of facts that may lead to think that original New Testament was written in Aramaic - and Greek and Latin manuscripts are but a poor quality copies.
I would be VERY careful about anything you read about alleged translations made between Greek, Syriac and Aramaic.
Consider the peculiar problems found in dating texts from ancient calendars.
One problem is that different cultures used different calendars, and no single culture even maintained the same calendar.