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Table 1 AMS-radiocarbon dating of fragments of frescoes

From: Chemical-technological research and radiocarbon AMS dating of wall painting fragments from the ruins of the XIIth-XIIIth centuries AD church from archaeological excavations in the city of Smolensk, Russia

SampleMaterialLaboratory numberδ13 C, %Age14C
BPBC/AD
(No 6/2) Wall painting fragment with blue pigmentCarbonatesUGAMS-16215− 11, 9880 ± 2068.2% probability
1155AD (68.2%) 1212AD
95.4% probability
1048AD (17.9%) 1085AD
1123AD (4.5%) 1138AD
1151AD (73.0%) 1218AD
(No 4/8) Wall painting fragment with red pigmentCarbonatesUGAMS-16216− 14, 9880 ± 2068.2% probability
1155AD (68.2%) 1212AD
95.4% probability
1048AD (17.9%) 1085AD
1123AD (4.5%) 1138AD
1151AD (73.0%) 1218AD
(No 1/10) Wall painting fragment with blue and red pigmentsCarbonatesUGAMS-16217− 13, 02890 ± 2068.2% probability
1053AD (24.7%) 1080AD
1153AD (37.7%) 1188AD
1199AD (5.8%) 1207AD
95.4% probability
1045AD (31.8%) 1095AD
1119AD (63.6%) 1215AD
(No 12/1) Wall painting fragment with blue and red pigmentsCarbonatesUGAMS-12563− 11, 8740 ± 2068.2% probability
1265AD (68.2%) 1280AD
95.4% probability
1240AD (1.2%) 1245AD
1251AD (94.2%) 1289AD