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Bronze Age Boat on Show - The Hull Daily Mail reports that carbon dating makes an ancient boat found on the shores of the river Humber at Ferriby the oldest of its kind in western Europe.
Dating Stonehenge - English Heritage use radiocarbon dating on the monument. Aims, methods, results.
Execution at Stonehenge - Archaeotrace describe how trace element analysis revealed for a 'The Secrets of the Dead' TV programme that a man beheaded at Stonehenge in the Dark Ages was a local.
Seahenge Dated to Spring 2050 BC - BBC News: precise dating reveals that Seahenge, the remarkable ring of oak timbers recently uncovered on a UK beach, is 4,050 years old. Photographs, reconstruction, links.
The Kilnsea-Boat - The opening paragraphs of an article in Antiquity by Robert Van de Noort et al on the radiocarbon dating of a Bronze Age plank discovered in 1996 on the Yorkshire coast at Kilnsea.
The Monk of Lihou - Janet Montgomery and Paul Budd explain how they worked out for BBC TV's 'Meet the Ancestors' that a monk buried on a Channel Island was from England, through trace elements in his teeth.
Tracing the Origin of Roman Princesses - Two studies by Archaeotrace aiming to indentify by lead in teeth the place of origin of two high status Roman female burials; one from London - 'The Princess of the City' - and one from York.
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