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Archaaeology the introduction of objective quantifiable methods such as dendrochronology and Carbon dating, over the past Dating methods in archaeology century, European and North American archaeology have archaeologyy independent and more reliable chronologies, that often make it possible to date more precisely than in Egypt. For Egypt arcgaeology year dates can only be established back to the beginning of the Late Period, from links to Greek chronology, and then Dating methods in archaeology Assyrian king-lists and other Near Eastern sources, back to the Ramesside Period still debated. For earlier periods there are several problems.

The Egyptians dated by the year of reign of the king on the throne for example 'year 3 of king X'. If we knew the precise length of reign for every Egyptian king, chronology methkds be no problem. However, we do not even know the number of kings for all periods, and there is also the possibility that reigns overlapped by coregency or in times of political disunity. For their own religious and administrative purposes, the Egyptians compiled lists of kings, sometimes with the exact length of reign. Fragments of such lists survived ' Palermo stone ' ; none of them is well enough preserved to solve every detail of absolute chronology. Kinglists in Greek, apparently compiled by a third century BC Egyptian priest named Manetho, are preserved in summaries by early Christian writers, with excerpts in other writers of the Roman Period and later, notably the Jewish historian Josephus.

Methods of dating objects typologies Artefacts often have a distinctive style or design, which developed over a period of time. In archaeology, the gradual changes in motifs were exploited systematically as a dating method by researchers from Montelius onwards. In Egyptology the method was first used by Petrie for dating the Naqada period, from the development of the so-called wavy-handled pottery. However, there are several problems. An object category or motif might develop not regularly but in staccato 'jumps'. Typological dating may foster the tendency to assume that each step in development is of about the same time length, but this does not need to be the case in reality.

C - 14 dating All living organic materials contain Carbon atoms in a constant number. After the 'death' of these organic materials the Carbon atoms decay.

The changing styles of pottery, glass, stoneware, and metal objects provide archaeology analysts with known progressive sequences. Once an artefact is compared to its known development date then whenever that item reappears in the archaeological record, of that or any other site, it can quickly be dated. The Weakness Dating methods in archaeology Relative Dating The potential flaws in relative dating in archaeology are obvious. Simply assuming that an artefact is older because it was found at a lower depth in the record is only subjective science. There are many instances of deep holes being dug for rubbish pits or to locate well water that protrude into the record of older strata injecting more modern material as they are filled in over time.

Landslides and slips can completely change the topography of an entire archaeology site burying what was once on top by that which is much older, hence reversing the strata layers. Absolute Dating As An Archaeology Dating Technique A more precise and accurate archaeology dating system is known as absolute dating and can in most circumstances provide a calendar year to the object. Since there has been a transformation in the dating techniques of archaeologists.

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mtehods Absolute dating is highly dependant on laboratory analysis. There are a number of techniques that have come to mehhods through Dating methods in archaeology nuclear research efforts during WW2. Radiocarbon Dating Methoes Archaeology Radiocarbon dating uses the biological assumption that all living things absorb carbon, both ordinary carbon, C12, and radioactive carbon, C14, into their living tissue. At the moment of death the C14 begins to decay at a rate that scientists already know from other experiments. The missing amount can then determine how long it took to be lost and therefore date the object to a precise period. C14 Radiocarbon dating can only be used on organic matter.

Rocks, when formed by volcanic reaction or other cataclysmic event, contain a minute quantity of radioactive substance. From the day of the rock's creation this radioactivity begins to deplete. Like C14, by measuring the loss, a scientist can attribute an age according to known loss rates.

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