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Southern Rhodesian Radiocarbon Measurements I

  • P. A. Robins (a1) and E. R. Swart (a1)
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The first series of C14 dating measurements made in the Gulbenkian Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory, which came into operation in October 1962, are reported in the following list.

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UCLA II Fergusson, and Libby, , 1963.
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Radiocarbon
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  • EISSN: 1945-5755
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