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Belfast Radiocarbon Dates I

  • A. G. Smith (a1), G. W. Pearson (a1) and J. R. Pilcher (a1)
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The dating equipment in the Queen's University Palaeoecology Laboratory was installed to provide data for research projects, initially dealing with the development of agriculture, in the departments of Botany and Archaeology.

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