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Benefits and weaknesses of radiocarbon dating of plant material as reflected by Neolithic archaeological sites from Poland, Slovakia and Hungary

, VERA-3476, VERA-3540 – Raczky et al ., 2010 : 164; Raczky and Anders pers. comm.). According to cited authors these dates indicate the occupation of the site between 5990 and 5620 cal BC. However, during next studies taxonomical analyses of all charcoals from the site brought to selection of specimens like: the most external rings, branch woods, twigs, and young shoots. Three AMS dates ( Fig. 2 ) were made: 1) on young shoot of Quercus sp. (Poz-26325), 2) on branchwood of Ulmus sp. (elm; Poz-26327), and 3) on branchwood of Prunus sp. (plum; Poz-26328

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