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Beside a slab of trilobites, in a quiet corner of Britain's Oxford University Museum of Natural History, lies a collection of ochre-tinted human bones known as the Red Lady of Paviland.
In 1823, palaeontologist William Buckland painstakingly removed the fossils from a cave in Wales, and discovered ivory rods, shell beads and other ornaments in the vicinity.
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This database contains C14-data from Epipalaeolithic, Pre-Pottery Neolithic, Pottery Neolithic and Chalcolithic sites in the Near East and adjacent regions. See also the ORAU Datelist Site Index or the ORAU Datelist Ox A Index - Oxford Stage 3 Databases - archaeological and faunal databases with radiocarbon dates for Palaeolithic Europe.
Isotopes participate in the same chemical reactions but often at differing rates.