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originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: Judgie
The simple answer is that there is no way to date something made of rock.
Of course, you can date organic matter found in said structures, any tool markings can be attributed to known tools and times the tools were used, and you can get approximate dates based on the architectural styles or carvings, but even then, you still can not be certain that the original structure was not carved many years/decades/centuries/millenia before the datable substances.