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Table 2 Results of the radiocarbon dating

From: Pre-Columbian treponemal infection in Denmark?- a paleopathological and archaeometric approach

Sample Archaeo-logical Datea Uncalibrated age
(BP)
δ13C (‰) δ15N (‰) C:N Estimated marine diet (%)b Reservoir correctionc Corrected 14C agec
(BP)
Radiocarbon date uncorrected for marine signature, 95% CI, (calAD)d Radiocarbon date corrected for marine component, 95% CI, (calAD)e
Sct.Albani94 1250- 1350 425 ± 20 −18.82 11.73 3.4 11 55 380 ± 20 1434-1483 1447- 1521
1576–1582
1591- 1621
Sct.Albani89 n.d. 490 ± 25 −18.64 12.53 3.4 13 53 437 ± 20 1410-1446 1425- 1482
Sct.Albani90 1100- 1400 420 ± 20 −19.72 8.88 3.4 1 4 416 ± 25 1435-1488 1437- 1489
1604-1608 1604- 1607
Refshale 130 1250- 1400 925 ± 25 −18.61 12.18 3.4 13 45 870 ± 25 1029-1165 1047- 1089
1121–1139
1149- 1224
  1. aThe archaeological date is based on a chronology of different arm positions used during the Southern Scandinavian Middle Ages [24, 44].
  2. bEstimation of % marine diet is based on linear interpolation with an endpoint of −10.9 ‰ (assuming a 100% marine diet) and an endpoint of −19.8‰ assuming a 100% terrestrial diet [50].
  3. cThe following formula was used to calculate marine reservoir correction: Kreservoir = 410 * (19.8 + δ13Csample)/8. 9 14C − years (Rasmussen et al., 2008 [47]).
  4. dOxCal v4.1.7 [34]; Atmospheric data from [49].
  5. eCALIB REV6.0.0 (Dataset: IntCal09, [49]).
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