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Dating Lab Key Nasca Geoglyphs Dating techniques that should be applied include radiocarbon, typology, seriation, dendrochronology, and TL. Lucy (AL 288-1) Note that the site is situated in volcanic rock, plus the age of 3.18 million years. Dating techniques that should be applied include paleomagnetism, biostratigraphy, Ar/Ar and K/Ar. Projectile Points in the Great Basin Dating techniques that should be applied include obsidian hydration, seriation, and typology. Otzi – The Iceman Dating techniques that should be applied include radiocarbon, typology, and seriation. Uluburun Shipwreck Dating techniques that should be applied include radiocarbon, typology, seriation, dendrochronology, and writing. Iita, Northwest Greenland Dating techniques that should be applied include radiocarbon dating on terrestrial mammals that do not eat marine stuff, and on marine mammals independently, typology, seriation, and writing on historic artifacts.
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“Lucy” Australopithecus afarensis (AL 288-1) Discovered: November 24, 1974 at Hadar, Ethiopia Deposited: 3.18 million years ago Lucy is one of the most well known fossils hominids in the world since 40% of her
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