University waikato radiocarbon dating laboratory
Lab manager Dr Christine Prior already has bad news for another client – an art authenticator in Hong Kong.
The drinking vessels made from rhino horn she sent for radiocarbon dating turned out to be modern fakes.
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A great deal of information pertaining to the radiocarbon samples listed here is contained in laboratory forms held by the respective institutions that provided the radiocarbon assays.
More specific and detailed information regarding the samples and their interpretation is contained in published data, site reports, theses and Historic Places Trust reports which ought to also be consulted to place the data in its fuller perspective.
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New Zealand The laboratory number is a unique identifier given to each radiocarbon sample.The site number identifies the specific archaeological site the sample came from.The New Zealand numbers are part of the New Zealand Archaeological Association Site Recording Scheme.The New Zealand Radiocarbon Database contains radiocarbon determinations and associated information for almost 3000 dates obtained from archaeological sites in this country over the past 40 years.Included are radiocarbon results from 7 laboratories, which are listed in the table below.