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The lab also offers C: N, %C and %N measurements on collagen extracted from non-cremated bones in addition to δ15N and δ13C at no additional cost for samples sent for radiocarbon dating.
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While a great deal of archaeological evidence survives, it speaks of a much more primitive society – domestic debris, tools, jewels and weapons.
What this tells archaeologists is that the people who lived then knew how to hunt, lived in small settlements and were ruled by the sword.
In Crete people from Anatolia came to the island sometime around 6500 BC and settled in the area around Knossos.These people were mostly farmers and lived in small communities.This changed in about 2400 to 1500 BC when the , named for the legendary King Minos, flourished.By that time people have long discovered an everyday use for another metal which exists in nature in a pure form, and which can also be bashed into new shapes - with less ease than gold, for it is much harder, but with more practical results. From about 7000 BC a few neolithic communities begin hammering copper into crude knives and sickles, which work as well as their stone equivalents and last far longer.Some of the earliest implements of this kind have been found in eastern Anatolia.
Gold, the most attractive and precious of metals in every society, is also the easiest for primitive man to acquire.