AustArch: A Database of 14C and Luminescence Ages from Archaeological Sites in Australia

Alan Williams, Sean Ulm, 2014

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Results

Records 1 - 7 of 7

Karolta 1 Rock Engraving 22000 2000 Cation-Ratio Not given Nobbs & Dorn, 1993
Karolta 1 Rock Engraving 23000 3000 Cation-Ratio Not given Nobbs & Dorn, 1993
Karolta 1 Rock Engraving 24000 1500 Cation-Ratio Not given Nobbs & Dorn, 1993
Karolta 1 Rock Engraving 29000 2000 Cation-Ratio Not given Nobbs & Dorn, 1993
Wharton Hill Rock Engraving 27000 3500 Cation-Ratio Not given Nobbs & Dorn, 1993
Yunta Springs Rock Engraving 1900 200 Cation-Ratio Not given Nobbs & Dorn, 1993
Yunta Springs Rock Engraving 35000 5000 Cation-Ratio Not given Nobbs & Dorn, 1993

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