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Age of Punctate Pottery From the Caribou Lake Site: Comparison of Three Physical Dating Methods (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James B. Benedict.

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Radiocarbon Age of Consolidants and Adhesives used in Archaeological Conservation (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Carley Crann.

When radiocarbon dating archaeological material, it is paramount to understand how the object was conserved and which conservation products were used in order to determine: 1) the best location on the artifact to sample; 2) how to remove the consolidant physically and/or chemically, and; 3) whether or not the consolidant was successfully removed. The archaeologist usually knows the approximate age of the artifact given the context in which it was found so when the radiocarbon age is not as...

Results of Archaeological Testing and a Plan for Data Recovery for the Phoenix Bioscience Center, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona (2006)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel H. Sorrell.

This document contains the results of archaeological testing and a plan for data recovery on a portion of site AZ T:12:70 (ASM) (Pueblo Patricio). Archaeological investigations of the project area are being conducted in advance of construction of a portion of the Phoenix Bioscience Center. In a preliminary report of testing results (Sorrell 2006b), EcoPlan recommended data recovery excavations within the project area. Despite substantial disturbances from construction/demolition activities...