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Stable isotope data from the early Christian catacombs of ancient Rome: new insights into the dietary habits of Rome's early Christians
This study reports on the first attempt that determines the diet of a small but conceivably representative section of Rome's early Christian community by means of δ13C and δ15N measurements onExpand
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The Carbon Origin of Structural Carbonate in Bone Apatite of Cremated Bones
In order to reveal a possible carbon exchange between carbon dioxide of the fuel and the bone apatite during the cremation process an experiment was set up using fossil fuel. Two setups wereExpand
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The Mesolithic–Neolithic transition in the sandy lowlands of Belgium: new evidence
The site of Doel lies beside the Schelde, close to Antwerp. Excavations have uncovered the remains of two prehistoric zones, one from the Final Mesolithic and one from the Neolithic. PreliminaryExpand
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Changes in coastal zone processes at a high sea-level stand: a late Holocene example from Belgium
This paper presents the results of an investigation of late Holocene deposits on the Belgian coastal plain. The upper clastic deposits overlying the uppermost intercalated peat bed were studied onExpand
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RICH – A new AMS facility at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage, Brussels, Belgium
Abstract Since 1989 the radiocarbon dating lab has their own graphitization system for 14 C AMS dating but RICH (Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage) did not possess their own AMS and measurementsExpand
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Summary findings of the fourth international radiocarbon intercomparison (FIRI) (1998–2001)
Interlaboratory comparisons have been widely used in applied radiocarbon science. These are an important part of ongoing quality assurance (QA) programmes, which are vital to the appropriateExpand
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The age of large termite mounds—radiocarbon dating of Macrotermes falciger mounds of the Miombo woodland of Katanga, DR Congo
Abstract The age of four large termite mounds has been determined by 14C-dating the acid-insoluble organic carbon fraction of samples taken along the central vertical axis of two active and twoExpand
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