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Radiocarbon 1971 Birmingham University radiocarbon dates by F. W. Shotton

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From - Radiocarbon, Vol.13, No.2, 1971, pp.141-156. Issued from the Geological Department of the University of Birmingham - stamped.

Other titlesRadiocarbon.
Statementby F.W. Shotton and R.E. G. Williams.
ContributionsWilliam, R. E. G.
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Open LibraryOL13812244M

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