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Groningen Radiocarbon Dates IX

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 July 2016

J. C. Vogel*
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University of Groningen, Netherlands*
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This list contains mainly radiocarbon dates for Africa. Some results for samples from the ocean floor and from islands in the Atlantic and Indian oceans, as well as a few series of geophysical samples have also been included. The results are grouped into three categories: geologic, archaeologic, and geophysical, and arranged according to the country of provenance, passing roughly from N to S. Descriptions and comments are based on information supplied by the collectors and submitters and on the publications cited. In several cases insufficient information was available, but since it is improbable that it will be forthcoming, the dates have been included.

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