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History of archaeological dating

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1905-1920: 6 oz, 7 oz, and quart soda pop bottles standardized (Kaplan 1982).1905: Owen’s mark first appearts on beer, porter, ale, soda water, wine, brandy, milk and patent medicine bottles (Miller and Mc Nichol 2002: 3).

1914: Blue glass, primarilly Bromo-Seltzer bottles, first produced by Owens machine (Miller and Mc Nichol 2002: 8). 1924: 9 oz, 10 oz bottles standardized (Kaplan 1982). 1934: Square paper milk container introduced (Busch 1987: 76). 1958: Introduction of plastic 6-pack carriers (Kaplan 1982: 127).A method for the very thin coating of tin was also developed.At least 9 different resins were also developed to coat steel cans (Sacharow 1978: 127).1947: Upward trend in world production of aluminum begun (Encyclopedia Britannica 1973 (1): 694).1820-1925: Tooled finish (Jones and Sullivan 1985: 165).1910: Owen’s mark first appears on fruit jars, packers ware, prescription ware, ammonia bottles, and Heinz bottles (Miller and Mc Nichol 2002: 3).

1911: Owen’s mark first appears on whiskeys, gallon packers, and small bottles from one-half to six ounce capacity (Miller and Mc Nichol 2002: 3).

Cathy Spude compiled the following dating information for use by the public and professionals.

1825: Aluminum first isolated (Encyclopedia Britannica 1973 (1): 693).

1940 – 1945: Composite cans: foil lined paper board cans capped with metal were used for bisquits and motor oil (Sacharow 1978: 131).

1945: Aerosol sprays developed out of need for effective insecticides during jungle fighting (Sacharow 1978: 17; Kaplan 1982: 124).

1855: Introduced in Paris Exposition (Encyclopedia Britannica 1973 (1): 693).