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In this chapter, the radiocarbon evidence pertaining to the Exodus tradition is evaluated and the role of the method in future research considered.
Part 7 Electron spin resonance (ESR): radioactivity and annual dose; applications - stalagmitic calcite, travertine, tooth enamel.
Part 8 Amino acid racemization, obsidian hydration, other chemical methods.
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