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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of redate.

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Examples

  • "The bones were dug up at the barrow several decades ago and were kept in museums before researchers redated them," added Sayer.

    Burial law is threatening archaeological research, say experts

  • If we could find someone who printed out the first copy of this blog at LA Times, schedule redated even.

    Report: Obama Will Speak At Victory Column, Not Brandenburg Gate

  • I've always been very skeptical of this concept since vision obviously redated reading.

    What Are You Looking At?

  • (Hence, for example, the important short work, Primary Truths, which, because of its content, was often thought to date to 1686 (as in AG), has recently been redated by the Akademie editors to 1689 because of a watermark.)

    Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

  • Note that several 2004 and 2005 studies have redated the sediments at Daohugaou where the fossils were recovered to the Lower Cretaceous, not the Middle Jurassic.

    Controversies in Evolution: 'Jurassic beaver' unearthed in China - The Panda's Thumb

  • The Finnish mammoth remains have recently been redated and it appeared that they mostly were about 30.000-40.000 years old.

    IPCC 1995 [SAR] – An Extended Excerpt « Climate Audit

  • A Cambridge archaeologist has redated the church of the archangel Gabriel, previously believed to have been carved from the rock at Lalibela, Ethiopia, around A.D. 1200, to between A.D. 600 and 800.

    Medieval Houses of God, or Ancient Fortresses?

  • The most prominent element in the last Israelite city of Megiddo is thetwo large complexes of pillared buildings that the University of Chicago team suggested in the1920s were stables built by Solomon—and later redated by Yadin as stables built by Ahab, who had marshaled such an enormous chariot force against the Assyrians at the battle of Qarqar.

    The Bible Unearthed

  • The most prominent element in the last Israelite city of Megiddo is thetwo large complexes of pillared buildings that the University of Chicago team suggested in the1920s were stables built by Solomon—and later redated by Yadin as stables built by Ahab, who had marshaled such an enormous chariot force against the Assyrians at the battle of Qarqar.

    The Bible Unearthed

  • The most prominent element in the last Israelite city of Megiddo is thetwo large complexes of pillared buildings that the University of Chicago team suggested in the1920s were stables built by Solomon—and later redated by Yadin as stables built by Ahab, who had marshaled such an enormous chariot force against the Assyrians at the battle of Qarqar.

    The Bible Unearthed

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