Re: Thermoluminescence dating

"Peter Alaca" <p.alaca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
pmpo10000@xxxxxxxxx <pmpo10000@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:

On Oct 22, 11:33 am, "Peter Alaca" <> wrote:
Quarternary Thermoluminescence

Thanks for posting that. It is very useful. Any hint whether such a
test was ever attempted with a megalith ?


it has been used successfully on glacial erratics and scarps.


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