Archaeological Results from Accelerator Dating: Research Contributions Drawing on Radiocarbon Dates Produced by the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Based on Papers Presented at the SERC Sponsored Conference 'Results and Prospects of Accelerator Dating' Held in Oxford on October 1985
John A. J. Gowlett, Robert E. M. Hedges
Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, 1986 - Archaeological dating - 170 pages
Presents research contributions drawing on radiocarbon dates produced by the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator.
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Foreword Prof D R Harris
New radiocarbon dates for two Mesolithic burials in Denmark
Direct dates for the fossil hominid record C Stringer
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Abri Pataud accelerator dating accelerator mass spectrometry Aceramic Neolithic agriculture amino acids AMS dating animal bone antler archaeological Archaeometry Datelist artefacts associated Aurignacian Britain Bronze Age burial Burleigh calibration charcoal charred bone Cheddar chronology collagen Combe Sauniere contamination context conventional dating conventional radiocarbon cultural Cursus deposits ditch domestic early Epipalaeolithic Europe evidence excavation fauna Ferrassie fossil Gillespie glacial goat Gough's Cave Gowlett Groningen Guitarrero Cave Hazleton Hedges Higgs Hillman hominid human humic Jacobi Klithi laboratory Lateglacial layer Legge levels long barrows mammal material Mesolithic metalwork monument Nahal Oren Natufian Neolithic occupation Palaeolithic sites Paviland Peak Camp Perigordian period phase Pincevent Pitstone plant and animal plant remains Pleistocene Prehist Prehistoric problems Proc programme Radiocarbon Accelerator radiocarbon ages radiocarbon dates radiometric date Rockshelter samples sediments seeds sequence settlement sheep bones skeletons specimens stratigraphic technique Tell Abu Hureyra Tree ring Triticum Uerpmann Upper Palaeolithic Wadi Kubbaniya Waterbolk