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Carbon dating camel bones

Published: 24.01.2018

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Feb 06, 2014 · Using carbon-dating to determine the age of the oldest-known camel bones, [The camel bones] demonstrate a sudden appearance of camels at the site.

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By Kimberly Ruble on February 5, 6 Comments. MercyMe and Tenth Avenue North Live Tour dates set for , over 20 markets in two months. The bones were found during multiple excavations in the Aravah Valley, located along the border between Israel and Jordan, an ancient hub for copper production, which the researchers said points to the introduction of domesticated camels to the region by Egyptians.

While Ben-Yosef and Sapir-Hen located camel bones that predated the 10th century, they believe that those belonged to wild animals from the Neolithic period or earlier.

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Home Media bias President Trump Obamacare Movie Reviews Business News Health Celebrity News Syria. Arianna Huffington denies Al Franken touching her inappropriately. Researchers point to how copper production changed where more sophisticated technology and centralized labor were used — a sign that the Egyptians had conquered the region and brought domesticated animals along with them. Photo by Jordan Busson.

    1. Bogdan_Proffit - 03.02.2018 in 19:43

      The researchers said the few camel bones found in earlier archaeological layers probably belonged to wild camels, which they believe lived in the area during the Neolithic period or even earlier.

      Andrew_Windy - 08.02.2018 in 00:23

      There is a difference!

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