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

Alan Williams, Sean Ulm, 2014

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Record ID 10063
Site Lyrra Paddock (Site 16A)
IBRA Region Murray Darling Depression
Longitude 147.7
Latitude -34.1
Site Type Burial
Lab Code Gak-1430
Age 5900
Error 550
Material Bone (collagen not removed)
Method Radiocarbon
Data pertinent for time-series analysis or calibration Terrestrial
Open or closed site Open
Directly related to occupation? Y
Source Blackwood & Simpson, 1973 cit. Godfrey et al., 1996. (Full bibliographic references are available from the Downloads page)
Additional Data Issues Information within this entry has been inferred by authors - see Notes
Notes A sample referred to as part of a wider review of Victorian radiocarbon dates. This sample came from 'skeleton 55'. Little contextual information is provided, but it appears multiple analysis of the same burial materials was undertaken.

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