Comparison of 14C Dates and Other Age Estimations Between 2000 BC and AD 1000
CitationWillkomm, H. (1980). Comparison of 14C dates and other age estimations between 2000 BC and AD 1000. Radiocarbon, 22(2), 286-290.
PublisherAmerican Journal of Science
AbstractThe 14C age of charcoal and wood from Lebanon and central Europe is compared partly with the dendrochronologically determined age of the samples and partly with the archaeologically expected value. While the dendrologic values approximately confirm the correction curve of Ralph, Michael, and Han (1973), charcoal of burned layers seemes to be generally 2 to 3 centuries older than expected from contemporary archaeologically retrieved materials.