Types of absolute dating methods

Crystalline minerals when subjected to intense heat will burn with differing colours of flame.Mostly used to date pottery in archaeology the method is very effective but costly. The greatest problem with dating an artefact from an archaeology site is that nearly every absolute dating process requires the destruction of at least a piece of the object in conducting the analysis.

I have a gold ring which I believe is ancient but also important! The way it's constructed, the way the internal sides of the rings gold are melted with faults that look like bits of silver And the slightly differing colours, the hand carved gem and its,inscription!

I am contacting you in regards to using your knowledge in a scholarly paper I am writing in which I plan to get a copy write on. I referenced the dating methods such as Stratigraphy dating, relative dating, and luminescence dating. I have a gold ring which I believe is ancient but also important! The way it's constructed, the way the internal sides of the rings gold are melted with faults that look like bits of silver And the slightly differing colours, the hand carved gem and its,inscription!

Best regards, Brian Czyl I sent some pictures of the ring to auctionata, to be fair to them they did say it could be historical cultural heritage, but the only deal with very high value items.

Once an artefact is compared to its known development date then whenever that item reappears in the archaeological record, of that or any other site, it can quickly be dated.

The potential flaws in relative dating in archaeology are obvious.