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Radiocarbon dating of metal

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stratum; layers CATEGORY: feature; term DEFINITION: The definable layers of archaeological matrix or features revealed by excavation; units of sedimentation greater than one centimeter thick.A layer in which archaeological material -- as artifacts, skeletons, and dwelling remains -- is found during excavation.

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Research showed different numbers of layers on different parts of the same piece, and for some pieces of known date, not enough layers to suggest annual growth.S., 1903; (neon lamp) Georges Claude, France, 1911; (tungsten filament) Irving Langmuir, France, 1889; (Celanese) Henry and Camille Dreyfuss, U. van Musschenbroek, University of Leyden, Holland, 1746, from where name originated.(limited to one-mile range) Christian Hulsmeyer, Germany, 1904; (pulse modulation, used for measuring height of ionosphere) Gregory Breit, Merle Tuve, U. S., England, 1921; (research on polyesters and polyamides, basis for modern man-made fibers) U. S., 1925; (first practical radar—radio detection and ranging) Sir Robert Watson-Watt, U. Layers are identified by archaeologists and the boundaries between them are often well-marked, where deposition of one layer is separated from the next by a clear interval or change in texture, color, or mineralogy.Some are not clearly demarcated as deposition of one layer may merge with another so that boundaries between them are unclear, or a layer may change in composition from place to place.S., 1923, and also kinescope (cathode ray tube) 1928; (mechanical disk-scanning method) successfully demonstrated by J.

CATEGORY: feature; term DEFINITION: The deposition of materials from settlements or other prehistoric areas of activity that accumulate over a relatively continuous time.

It is the more or less homogeneous or gradational material, visually separable from other levels by a discrete change in the character of the material being deposited or a sharp break in deposition (or both). strata; layer CATEGORY: geology DEFINITION: The definable layers of archaeological matrix or features revealed by excavation; units of sedimentation greater than one centimeter thick.

It is the more or less homogeneous or gradational material, visually separable from other levels by a discrete change in the character of the material being deposited or a sharp break in deposition (or both)., beginning with Aurignacian deposits containing saucerlike living hollows with central hearths.

CATEGORY: site DEFINITION: A site in the Ancón Valley on Peru's coast, just north of Lima.

There is a high shell mound with deep stratified layers containing baskets, chipped leaf points, cultivated plants, shell fishhooks, string, twined cloth and baskets, and wooden tools.

The most famous panel is of 15 bison, plus deer and horses.