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They just didn’t know how big it was, nor how fish affect the Carbon-14 contents in the clay vessels that they were prepared in.
But this may method may well be fraught with errors.
(Photo: Sagnlandet Lejre)Danish Stone Age settlements may turn out to be hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years younger than we thought.
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