It contains over 60,000 records describing the archaeology of Norfolk from the earliest evidence for human occupation from 750,000 BC up to the present day.New information is being added to the website all the time, so add us to your favourites and follow us on Twitter.Radiocarbon dating placed the age of the pits in which the vessels and small stoves were found at 4,900 to 5,000 years old.Professor Wang told New Scientist: “Many of the starch grains were damaged, and the damage patterns precisely match the morphological changes developed during malting and mashing.” The team also found organic compounds that are produced by mashing and fermenting cereals.However, human beings love to see factual precision, and we want to know how old something is.
These are Agricultural, which consists of terraces constructed by the Inca.
This website offers a unique opportunity to access the Norfolk Historic Environment Record database online.
The Norfolk HER is the definitive database of the county's archaeological sites and historic buildings.
Because of the distortions and lies spread by fundamentalists about scientific dating there is a need for a centralized source of information on the topic.
A few examples of such lies are presented at the very bottom of this page.
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