History of archaeological dating

1906: Owen’s mark first appears on catsup bottles (Miller and Mc Nichol 2002: 3).



1886: The first machine to make narrow-mouthed bottles was developed. It involved the hand-gathering of glass (Douglas and Frank 1972: 178).

1978: Wide-spread adoption of plastic pop bottles (Kaplan 1982: 109) 1978: 62% of soft drink bottles, 89% of beer bottles and 98% of milk containers were non-returnable (Busch 1987: 77). 1935: Introduction of stubby bottles as a response to the space-saving advertisements of can manufacturers (Cady 1976: 15; Kroll 1976: 7).



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