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TAG: radiocarbon dating

  • Digs & Discoveries July/August 2023

    Bog Togs

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    (Alan Richardson Pix-AR)
  • Digs & Discoveries July/August 2022

    Save the Dates

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    (John R. Foster/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY)
  • Top 10 Discoveries of 2021 January/February 2022

    When the Vikings Crossed the Atlantic

    Newfoundland, Canada

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    (Wolfgang Kaehler/Alamy Stock Photo)
  • Top 10 Discoveries of the Decade January/February 2021

    The Grave of Richard III

    Leicester, England, 2012

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    (University of Leicester)
  • Top 10 Discoveries of 2020 January/February 2021

    Carbon Dating Pottery

    Worldwide

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    (© MOLA)
  • Top 10 Discoveries of 2016 January/February 2017

    World’s Oldest Dress

    Tarkhan, Egypt

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    (Courtesy Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology)
  • Digs & Discoveries November/December 2015

    Premature Aging

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    (Wikimedia Commons, Photo: Michael P. Kube-McDowell)
  • Features Jan 01, 2011

    Nondestructive Radiocarbon Dating - College Station, Texas

    Precisely dating archaeological artifacts is not as easy or harmless as it might seem. The most common method, radiocarbon dating, requires that a piece of an organic object be destroyed—washed with a strong acid and base at high temperature to remove impurities, and then set aflame.

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