Radiocarbon Dating and Intercomparison of Some Early Historical Radiocarbon Samples

@article{Jull2018RadiocarbonDA,
  title={Radiocarbon Dating and Intercomparison of Some Early Historical Radiocarbon Samples},
  author={A. Jull and C. Pearson and R. E. Taylor and J. Southon and G. Santos and C. P. Kohl and I. Hajdas and M. Moln{\'a}r and C. Baisan and T. Lange and R. Cruz and R. Janovics and I. Major},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2018},
  volume={60},
  pages={535 - 548}
}
Abstract We performed a new series of measurements on samples that were part of early measurements on radiocarbon (14C) dating made in 1948–1949. Our results show generally good agreement to the data published in 1949–1951, despite vast changes in technology, with only two exceptions where there was a discrepancy in the original studies. Our new measurements give calibrated ages that overlap with the known ages. We dated several samples at four different laboratories, and so we were also able… Expand

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