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Radiocarbon Dating inaugurates a new series, "Interpreting the Past," published jointly by the British Museum and the University of California Press.Approaching archaeological techniques and artifacts from an interpretive viewpoint, the series looks in detail at specific classes of artifacts that have contributed most to our knowledge of the past, and at particular investigative techniques that are now being used to refine this knowledge and thereby to question previous assumptions.From this evidence they seek to answer a series of questions of which the most important is, Since the 1950s the radiocarbon dating technique has been incorporated into the archaeologist’s arsenal.Radiocarbon dates stand as a scientific endorsement for the official dating of ancient sites and are celebrated by archaeologists as irrefutable dating evidence.And why shouldn’t they – who wants to argue with science?In an earlier article for this Forum I discuss the scientific theory of radiocarbon dating and illustrate how it is a fallible scientific process, ridden with problems. In the early 1990s Marius S Ziolkowski, a Professor in Archaeology at Warsaw University, set out to bring together and catalogue a Radiocarbon Database for Bolivia Ecuador and Peru.

It is in knowing what made past cultures cease to exist that could provide the key in making sure that history does not repeat itself.Alan Kolata, a major authority on Tiahuanaco, rubbishes all arguments that attribute the construction of the site to some forgotten episode and people.For him, along with his distinguished colleagues, such claims simply do not stand up to the rules of evidence.The resulting data, in the form of a calibration curve, is now used to convert a given measurement of radiocarbon in a sample into an estimate of the sample's calendar age.Other corrections must be made to account for the proportion of throughout the biosphere (reservoir effects).Historians can tell what cultures thrived in different regions and when they disintegrated.