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The SUERC team measured the levels of a radio- isotope of carbon called carbon-14 in each sample.
NPL scientists, in collaboration with Cranfield University and the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC), used acoustic thermometry to make the measurement by building an acoustic resonator and making precise measurements of the speed of sound in argon gas.
Mr Clarke has written to Mr Lewis stating: "The dating of the Early Bronze Age site to 3,630 years before the present is based on radiocarbon dating by the SUERC Radiocarbon Laboratory in Scotland and by other aspects, including Bronze Age ceramics, while other remains are explained through standard archaeological evidence and practice.