Digit wrote:Carbon dating doen't tell the age of the individual at time of death, only what period of time has passed since death.
Determining age at death is standard forensic procedure, for example, number of teeth that have erupted, whether certain bones have 'fused', tooth wear.
More detailed info can be obtained by sectioning teeth or bone.
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