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

Alan Williams, Sean Ulm, 2014

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Record ID 10067
Site Mallee Cliffs
IBRA Region Murray Darling Depression
Longitude 142.25
Latitude -34.25
Site Type Burial
Lab Code ANU-5787b
Age 2430
Error 260
Date Issues Date is considered erroneous - see Notes
Material Human bone collagen
Method Radiocarbon
Data pertinent for time-series analysis or calibration Unusuable
Open or closed site Open
Source Pardoe, 1988, 1993 (Full bibliographic references are available from the Downloads page)
Notes Three disturbed burials eroding from the cliff banks of the Murray River. This sample relates to the lowest and least disturbed of the burials. This date from the collagen was considered anomalously young.

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