A New Way to Date Old Ceramics. January 10, 2011— If you are an archaeologist, determining when a pot was made is not just a matter of checking the bottom for a time stamp.
Dating clay-based materials like ceramics recovered from archeological sites can be time consuming, not to mention complex and expensive. Patrick Bowen, a senior majoring in materials science and engineering at Michigan Technological University, is refining a new way of dating ceramic artifacts that could one day shave thousands of dollars off the cost of doing archaeological research.
Called rehydroxylation dating, the technique was recently developed by researchers at the University of Manchester and the University of Edinburgh. Archéologie - Science - Actualité. Antropologi.info - sosialantropologi nyheter i Norge, Norden og internasjonalt - blogg og nettmagasin. Archaeology News. 50 min ago | National Parks Traveler Researchers Say Mesa Verde National Park's Far View Reservoir Wasn't For Water Was "Mummy Lake," now known as Far View Reservoir, really an ancient Anasazi reservoir?
Mirabilis.ca. Cronaca. EurekAlert! - Science News. Fossils & Ruins News. From Smithsonian Magazine. Archaeo News. 13 April 2014 New insights on ancient Portuguese horse engraving Archaeologists Professor Dr George Nash and Dr Sara Garcês from the Earth and Memory Institute (ITM) in Central Portugal have been conducting fieldwork within the lower section of the Ocreza Valley for over 4 years.
The fieldwork involves the recording of rock art within an 850 m stretch of the valley, at a point where the Ocreza flows into the Tagus River. In the recent past, both rivers have been subjected to water levels dictated by the various dams that interfere with seasonal river flow. The team directors, who organise each year a field school devoted to rock art, have since 2011 been recording six panels. Archaeology News - Fossil News, Archaeological Science, Archaeology, Fossils. Archaeology in Europe News Blog.