Radiocarbon dating of papyrus


13-Oct-2017 00:34

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To summarize results of the tests reported on in Oklahoma City, the results from the three labs were basically/broadly in agreement, which gives some assurance about the reliability of the process.

Radiocarbon, present in living organisms, decays at a constant rate in dead tissue.The papyri in question had been dated first palaeographically, and then very small snippets were submitted to three respected laboratories in the USA for independent dating by Carbon-14 processes.