Topic ID #37332 - posted 8/28/2016 1:10 PM

Dating the Macaws, Chaco Canyon



rkeyo

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macawfeathers

Macaw Feathers and Copper Bell on Display at Chaco Visitor Center Museum

One of the most exciting recent developments in the study of Chaco Canyon is the increasing use of scientific analysis of artifacts and other material remains to test and challenge previous theories based more narrowly on traditional archaeology. This includes the use of radiocarbon dating, which is widely used as a basis for developing chronologies in most other parts of the world but has been underused in the Southwest due to the availability of tree-ring dating for chronology building...

https://gamblershouse.wordpress.com/2016/07/31/dating-the-macaws/





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