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Thanks to an invitation for a lecture at dating vienna NHM ViennaI will be talking about Tomb 26 and our latest findings there. Among others, I will be presenting for the first time the very interesting results from C14 samples from Tomb Unfortunately, the bone samples all failed to yield any extractable collagen for dating.
This is why only charcoal samples were used and processed by the Beta Analytic Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory. Nevertheless, these results are informative and support the phases of use of Tomb 26 as proposed based on the stratigraphy and the ceramic evidence.
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Burial in Chamber 5 of Tomb 26 associated with flower pots deposit. My archaeological dating singles waltershausen not earlier than Thutmose III, most likely midth Dynasty — dating vienna now nicely supported by the calibrated dates of BC.
Looking much dating vienna to this small break and the trip to Vienna which is very dating vienna to result in fresh input for our ongoing analysis of Tomb Es wäre höchst interessant gewesen, vor Ort einen Grabungseinblick zu bekommen.
Viel Erfolg für die weitere Aufbereitung Ihrer Funde!