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TIME TEAM AMERICA

Reading the Stratigraphy of the Soil

  • Aired: 07/01/2009
  • 01:45
  • Rating: NR
Time Team America archaeologist Julie Schablitsky explains how archaeologists read the evidence in the layers of soil. Relative dating can establish an older than/younger than chronology.
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