Radiocarbon dating and the prehistoric archaeology of china

This paper discusses 178 radiocarbon dates, from 17 excavated sectors within the c.

450 ha site, making it the best dated in later Iberian prehistory as a whole.

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Georges Bonani, Herbert Haas, Mark Lehner, Shawki Nakhla, John Nolan, Robert Wenke, Wilma Wetterstrom, and Willy Wölfli, report on the background and general results of the 19 Pyramids Radiocarbon Dating Projects.

Radiocarbon dates from recent excavations of a range of Angkorian Khmer (~9th–14th CE) stoneware kiln complexes provide a new and independent perspective on the timing and geography of Khmer ceramic production. more Radiocarbon dates from recent excavations of a range of Angkorian Khmer (~9th–14th CE) stoneware kiln complexes provide a new and independent perspective on the timing and geography of Khmer ceramic production. The first, in the late 9th to late 12th centuries CE, marks a period of intensive production located both to the east of Angkor and to the south at Cheung Ek, south of Phnom Penh.

One of the aims of the TCEC project is to gather “baseline” data on basic issues of chronology, landscape archaeology and palaeoecology that is lacking for the Zagros in comparison to other parts of Southwest Asia.

To that end, this poster presents a preliminary review of known prehistoric sites and published radiocarbon dates from the Zagros.

We measured 14C ages of calendar-dated tree rings from AD 1610 to 1940 from southern Jordan to investigate contemporary 14C levels and to compare these with Int Cal13.

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