Archaeological method and theory: Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory 1: James thinks it was asphyxiation. Amino-acid dating, in S. On cave floors and buried in shelters, researchers found dung from the moa, with some of the samples being 15 cm nearly six inches in length. Sometimes the rings have unusual growth patterns that occur during a particularly hot winter or cold summer or an event like a volcanic eruption.
Goods commonly traded in antiquity, such as wine and oil, were routinely transported in large earthen vessels, called storage amphoras.
Since they are relatively rare compared to the shorts, we can posit that a few people in the 's liked to wear clothes from the 's. There are tables and guides that archaeologists can refer to identify potsherds. The physical phenomenon of luminescence may be used to date artefacts that were made from or include crystalline minerals which have been subjected to strong heating.