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A team of archaeologists, led by Cat Jarman from the University of Bristol's Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, has discovered that a mass grave uncovered in the 1980s dates to the Viking Age and may have been a ...
New research has revealed abrupt warming, that closely resembles the rapid man-made warming occurring today, has repeatedly played a key role in mass extinction events of large animals, the megafauna, in Earth's past.
(Phys.org) —The heat is on, at least in the Arctic.
Average summer temperatures in the Eastern Canadian Arctic during the last 100 years are higher now than during any century in the past 44,000 years and perhaps as long ...
KW - Accelerator mass spectrometry KW - Age determination KW - Amino acid racemization KW - Atom counting KW - Luminescence KW - Radiocarbon dating UR - scp=85043273782&partner ID=8YFLogx KU2 - 10.1016/B978-0-444-53643-3.00038-8DO - 10.1016/B978-0-444-53643-3.00038-8M3 - Chapter SN - 9780444536426SP - 447EP - 452BT - Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science PB - Elsevier Inc.
This article expands upon how Egyptian timelines, ancient sources, archeology, dendrochronology, and radiocarbon dating may present issues with chronology. This is a short article which serves as an introductory paper to issues with chronology.
I may expand upon each issue by giving them each their own article for specific review.
Below is a list which contains the dates for Menes’ reign given by French scholars; Palmer (6) – 2224 BC Wilkinson (7) – 2320 BC Andrzejewsky (8) – 2850 BC Meyer – (9) 3180 BC Chabas (10) – 4000 BC Mariette (11) – 5004 BC Champollion (12) – 5867 BC As can be seen above, Menes’ reign has been dated by these men as recently as 2,224BC (4,243 years ago) and as late as 5,867BC (7,886 years ago).
This provides a 3,642 year margin in a timescale of now 7,886 years.