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Cairo Natural Radiocarbon Measurements I

  • Shawki M Nakhla (a1) and Ferial M Mohammed (a1)
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The Organisation of Egyptian Antiquities believes that Egypt should play an important role in current international research in the field of radiocarbon dating of archaeologic samples. Thus, such a laboratory was established within the Center of Research and Conservation of Antiquities, CRCA, Cairo.

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Radiocarbon
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