So any radiocarbon dating only applies to the linen/finer linen modelled tendons and bones. There's nothing here to suggest that any actual bone was radiocarbon dated. And, as opposed to these modelled tendons and bones, Jean-Phillipe Lauer was said to have found pieces of skin, bone from a human left foot and an upper arm. None of which could be mistaken for the 'finer linen modelled tendons and bones' previously mentioned.
And this is proof of what exactly? Intrusive burial certainly. Primary burial, most certainly not.. Perhaps now you will appreciate why Zahi Hawass considers C14 dating useless and its results "imaginery". Sorry - but you have to do better.
Edited by Scott Creighton, 05 December 2012 - 09:55 AM.