Relative and absolutechronometric dating techniques
This also works with stone tools which are found abundantly at different sites and across long periods of time.Stratigraphic dating is based on the principle of depositional superposition of layers of sediments called strata.
Chronometric dating has advanced since the 1970s, allowing far more accurate dating of specimens.
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Chronometric dating, also known as chronometry or absolute dating, is any archaeological dating method that gives a result in calendar years before the present time.
The most commonly used chronometic method is radiocarbon analysis.