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It can be used to date stone tools, pottery fragments, and other artifacts.In Europe, it has been used frequently to reconstruct the chronological sequence of graves in a cemetery (e.g.AFPTV provides a rare filmed glimpse inside the cave, which is closed to the public.

Now, scientists have assembled more than 250 radiocarbon dates made from rock art samples, animal bones and the remains of charcoal used by humans scattered on the ground to create the most accurate timeline yet of who used the cave and when.

The Chauvet Cave, a vast Paleolithic cave dating back more than 36,000 years ago, was selected on Sunday as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Flinders Petrie excavated at Diospolis Parva in Egypt in the late nineteenth century.

"Archaeology is the science of rubbish." -archaeologist Stuart Piggot The Forma Urbis Romae may just be the world's biggest jigsaw-puzzle.

Susan Worrall, Director of Special Collections (Cadbury Research Library), at the University of Birmingham, said: ‘The radiocarbon dating has delivered an exciting result, which contributes significantly to our understanding of the earliest written copies of the Qur’an.