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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Pewis Marsh (Pewis 1)- Peat; -0.99 - -1.04m OD, pH 6.8, 73.7% LOI; sample PEWIS 1.2 is taken from the top of a unit of Woody Peat (unit C), immediately below a contact with organic-rich clay (unit B). The solid geology of the area around Pewis Marsh is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandes, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is close to the surface (within 0.5m). The depth from which the sample is taken (2.30-2.35m) precludes any possibility of modern rootlet penetration. Pollen assemblages from the top of unit C indicate a successional change from fen carr (dominated by Alnus glutinosa and Salix) to bog at the time of Sediment deposition.

ID: 9354, C14 ID: GrN-27876 Date BP: 3500 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3470

Abstract: The Rye area project: Pewis Marsh (Pewis 1)

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; sub-oval feature with steep sloping sides and a flat base. The fill comprised a mid-brown sandy loam with frequent Charcoal flecks. Burnt flint, heathstone, pottery, and Charcoal fragments were present. There was no intrusion or residuality. The valley gravels were overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The sides of the feature were cut into sand, the base into gravel. The feature was approximately 0.40m from the present ground surface.

ID: 9122, C14 ID: GrA-25177 Date BP: 3010 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 2900

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Bronze Age Crucible

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1074BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the dark brown sandy loam fill of an oval pit with sloping sides and a flat base. Finds included a large quantity of burnt flint, burnt heathstone, and Beaker sherds below the heathstone. The carbonised Grain was under the sherds.

ID: 9124, C14 ID: OxA-12924 Date BP: 3074 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3103, End BP: 3045

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1015BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the mid brown sandy loam fill of a round pit with steep sides and a flat base (E1459). The fill contained frequent gravel nodules, quantities of pottery, and Charcoal flecks throughout.

ID: 9129, C14 ID: GrA-24640 Date BP: 3015 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the samples come from a small cremation pit 3647, 0.56m wide and 0.4m deep, containing three deposits (3635, 3635, and 3646). Located close to the north of an early Bronze Age pond barrow. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 3636 - a very dark, almost black silt sand with frequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal. The fill occupies the lower third of the feature and contains 196g of cremated human bone. It also contains frequent lumps and flecks of carbonised material, which is assumed to have come from an associated (unlocated) pyre. The pit has been truncated to a depth of 0.3m by modern ploughing. An undatable pit or posthole 3634 with one deposit and no Charcoal cuts the west side of the feature and the west edge of the primary fill. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9259, C14 ID: GrA-23798 Date BP: 3090 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3135, End BP: 3045

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Lea Farm- Peat; .97 - 2.02 m OD; this sample is taken from the top of a unit of dark brown peat (C), immediately below a contact with overlying clays (B). The solid geology of the area around Lea Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 0.5-1.0m of the modern ground surface. Modern rootlets have been removed from the sample with forceps, although there is a possibility some may remain. Pollen assemblages from the top of the peat are diverse and dominated by pollen from herbaceous taxa (particularly grasses and sedges), and spores of ferns and bracken (Pteridium). An open landscape dominated locally by sedge fen, reedswamp, or wet grassland, is indicated.

ID: 9361, C14 ID: GrN-28055 Date BP: 3120 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3080

Abstract: The Rye area project: Lea Farm

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1008BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the greyish-brown sandy loam fill of an oval pit with steep sides and an uneven base, which was burnt red in places (M627). The fill contained pottery and a large amount of burnt flint.

ID: 9132, C14 ID: OxA-12927 Date BP: 3008 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3038, End BP: 2978

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from a layer of Charcoal and ash within the dark sandy loam fill of a sub-circular pit with near-vertical sides and a flat base (pit F528). The fill contained potsherds and a large amount of burnt flint.

ID: 9133, C14 ID: GU-5989 Date BP: 3310 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1043BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the dark brown sandy loam fill of a sub-circular posthole with steep sides and a flat base (M685). The fill contained small gravels, pieces of burnt flint, and some pottery.

ID: 9134, C14 ID: OxA-12974 Date BP: 3043 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3074, End BP: 3012

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the dark brown sandy loam fill of a sub-circular posthole with steep sides and a flat base (M685). The fill contained small gravels, pieces of burnt flint, and some pottery.

ID: 9135, C14 ID: GrA-24634 Date BP: 3060 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 3010

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the sandy loam fill of a round posthole with vertical sides and a flat base (M679). The fill contained visible Charcoal but no other finds.

ID: 9136, C14 ID: OxA-12971 Date BP: 3050 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3081, End BP: 3019

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1035BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the sandy loam fill of a round posthole with vertical sides and a flat base (M679). The fill contained visible Charcoal but no other finds.

ID: 9137, C14 ID: GrA-24517 Date BP: 3035 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 2990

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the lower fill (humic sandy loam) of a large oval pit with sloping sides and a rounded base (F566). Fill F568 contained bone fragments, pottery, and Charcoal throughout.

ID: 9138, C14 ID: GrA-24694 Date BP: 3050 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3095, End BP: 3005

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the sample came from a small cremation pit (3367), 0.80m wide and 0.55m deep, containing three deposits (3364, 3365, and 3366). Located in the middle of the site, halfway between the early Bronze Age pond barrow and the middle Bronze Age ring ditches. The samples have been extracted from the secondary fill 3365 - a very dark, almost black silt sand with frequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal. The fill occupies the central third of the feature and contains 1280g of cremated human bone. It also contains frequent lumps and flecks of carbonised material, which is assumed to have come from an associated (unlocated) pyre. The pit touches no other features, but has been truncated to a depth of 0.3m by modern ploughing. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel. The bottom of the pit was probably less than 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9265, C14 ID: OxA-12623 Date BP: 3030 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3064, End BP: 2996

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

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Carbon Date. 1032BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the samples come from a small cremation pit 3647, 0.56m wide and 0.4m deep, containing three deposits (3635, 3635, and 3646). Located close to the north of an early Bronze Age pond barrow. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 3636 - a very dark, almost black silt sand with frequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal. The fill occupies the lower third of the feature and contains 196g of cremated human bone. It also contains frequent lumps and flecks of carbonised material, which is assumed to have come from an associated (unlocated) pyre. The pit has been truncated to a depth of 0.3m by modern ploughing. An undatable pit or posthole 3634 with one deposit and no Charcoal cuts the west side of the feature and the west edge of the primary fill. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9266, C14 ID: OxA-12622 Date BP: 3032 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3066, End BP: 2998

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Lea Farm- Peat; .97 - 2.02m OD; this sample is taken from the top of a unit of dark brown peat (C), immediately below a contact with overlying clays (B). The solid geology of the area around Lea Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 0.5-1.0m of the modern ground surface. Modern rootlets have been removed from the sample with forceps, although there is a possibility some may remain. Pollen assemblages from the top of the peat are diverse and dominated by pollen from herbaceous taxa (particularly grasses and sedges), and spores of ferns and bracken (Pteridium). An open landscape dominated locally by sedge fen, reedswamp, or wet grassland, is indicated.

ID: 9362, C14 ID: GrN-28056 Date BP: 3080 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 2990

Abstract: The Rye area project: Lea Farm

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Lea Farm- Peat; humin, .90 - 1.94m OD; this sample is taken from a unit of dark brown peat containing Woody detritus and herbaceous rootlets (C). The solid geology of the area around Lea Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 0.5-1.0m of the modern ground surface. Modern rootlets have been removed from the sample with forceps, although there is a possibility some finer rootlets may remain. Declining percentages of Alnus glutinosa pollen in association with rising percentages for pollen of grasses (Poaceae) and sedges (Cyperaceae) indicate replacement of alder fen carr by open fen communities over interval covered by LEA2.

ID: 9363, C14 ID: GrN-28057 Date BP: 3180 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3215, End BP: 3145

Abstract: The Rye area project: Lea Farm

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Lea Farm- Peat; humin, .82 - 1.86m OD; this sample is taken from a unit of dark brown peat containing Woody detritus and herbaceous rootlets. The solid geology of the area around Lea Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 0.5-1.0m of the modern ground surface. Modern rootlets have been removed from the sample with forceps, although there is a possibility some finer rootlets may remain. Pollen assemblages around LEA3 indicate dense Alnus glutinosa fen carr was locally present at the time of peat accumulation.

ID: 9364, C14 ID: GrN-28058 Date BP: 3350 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3310

Abstract: The Rye area project: Lea Farm

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Rye (Pannel Farm)- Peat; .70 - 0.74m OD; this sample is taken from the base of a unit black well-humified turfa peat (B) containing abundant herbaceous rootlets and Phragmites rhizomes, and immediately above a contact with grey-brown marine/intertidal silts (C). The solid geology of the area around Pannel Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 1m of the modern ground surface. The depth from which the sample is taken (208-10cm) precludes any possibility of contamination by modern rootlet penetration. A pollen assemblage analysed from 215cm indicates relatively dense alder fen carr vegetation surrounded the site around the time the peat was accumulating.

ID: 9366, C14 ID: GrN-28099 Date BP: 3030 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 2980

Abstract: The Rye area project: Rye (Pannel Farm)

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Human bone; cremated long bone; one piece of Charcoal and one piece of cremated bone from middle Bronze Age urned cremation 4967, c 40m east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit 4967 has a diameter of 0.5m and 0.2m deep. The fill (4968=10188) of the cremation vessel, from which the samples come, contains 452g of cremated bone. Modern ploughing has truncated the cremation pit by more than 0.3m, and has removed half to two thirds of the cremation vessel (a Bucket Urn). The cremation pit truncates a small posthole 4984, and is clipped on the east side by a north-south ditch 4941. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1.4m below the ground surface when the fieldwork began.

ID: 9273, C14 ID: GrA-24828 Date BP: 3060 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3095, End BP: 3025

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Human bone; calcined long bone; two pieces of charcoal and two pieces of cremated bone from early Bronze Age urned cremation 3914, to south-east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit 3914 for the inverted urn is 0.6m long, 0.48m wide, and 0.4m deep. The samples come from the fill (3917=10190) of the vessel, which is a large collared urn. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The Collared Urn is complete, although modern ploughing has truncated the cremation pit by 0.3m. The contents of the Collared Urn were excavated in 4cm spits (labelled from A (bottom) to I (rim)). The samples of bone and Charcoal come from near the rim (spits G and I respectively) of the upside-down vessel. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9274, C14 ID: GrA-24843 Date BP: 3460 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3420

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1005BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the dark sandy loam fill of a steep-sided circular pit with a flattish base. Fill E1317 contained small charcoal pieces and large amounts of pottery. The pit was next to a hearth.

ID: 9006, C14 ID: GrA-23756 Date BP: 3005 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3045, End BP: 2965

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1055BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the fill of a complete urn, broken during site stripping, which was deposited in a small pit. The pot contained a dark sandy loam with a large quantity (813g) of bone. There was some bone in the surrounding soil.

ID: 9008, C14 ID: GrA-23697 Date BP: 3055 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3095, End BP: 3015

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Cremation

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1075BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from a sub-oval pit with sloping sides and an undulating base. The fill was of loamy sand, raw clay, burnt flint, pottery, and worked flint, with no intrusion or residuality.

ID: 9010, C14 ID: GrA-23694 Date BP: 3075 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3115, End BP: 3035

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1045BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Plant macrofossil; from the dark sandy loam fill of a small circular pit with steep sloping sides and a flat base. Finds included 13 perforated clay objects and two broken but complete pottery vessels.

ID: 9011, C14 ID: GrA-23692 Date BP: 3045 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3085, End BP: 3005

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from a circular 'hearth' (J261) comprising large gravels set in a matrix of burnt clay; the Charcoal came from within the clay matrix. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality.

ID: 9012, C14 ID: GrA-23691 Date BP: 3100 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3060

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Human bone; cremated, apatite fraction; from the fill of a complete urn, broken during site stripping, which was deposited in a small pit. The pot contained a dark sandy loam with a large quantity (813g) of bone. There was some bone in the surrounding soil.

ID: 9013, C14 ID: GrA-23636 Date BP: 3030 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Cremation

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1025BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from a circular, steep-sided pit, with a flat base. The pit was cut by section J676 of the middle Bronze Age house gully. The pit fill was a silty/sandy loam with 9.25kg of burnt flint, plus pottery and Charcoal.

ID: 9015, C14 ID: GrA-23595 Date BP: 3025 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3070, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1025BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from a circular, steep-sided pit, with a flat base. The pit was cut by section J676 of the middle Bronze Age house gully. The pit fill was a silty/sandy loam with 9.25kg of burnt flint, plus pottery and Charcoal.

ID: 9016, C14 ID: GrA-23594 Date BP: 3025 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3070, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1095BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the dark brown sandy loam fill of an oval pit with sloping sides and a flat base. Finds included a large quantity of burnt flint, burnt heathstone, and Beaker sherds below the heathstone. The carbonised Grain was under the sherds.

ID: 9018, C14 ID: GrA-23591 Date BP: 3095 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3050

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; internal; from a circular, steep-sided, flat-based pit (F241). The majority of the pottery sherds were in the upper, sandy loam fill. Also present were worked and burnt flint, burnt heathstone, gravel cobbles, and Charcoal. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravel overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravelly sand and was approximately 0.40m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9020, C14 ID: GrA-22565 Date BP: 3010 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3055, End BP: 2965

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 3, Avon/Stour Valleys Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; internal; from an oval pit with almost vertical sides and a flat base (R198). The fill was of loamy sand with charcoal flecks, raw clay, and gravel nodules. Large amounts of pottery were present. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into subsoil and was approximately 0.40m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9021, C14 ID: GrA-22544 Date BP: 3160 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3110

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 3, Avon/Stour Valleys Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; from a circular pit with near-vertical sides and a flat base (H308). The fill was composed of dark, almost black humic loamy sand. Other finds include Charcoal lumps, burnt flint, and burnt heathstone. Much of the pottery was found on/near the base of the pit. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into subsoil and natural gravel and was approximately 0.5m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9025, C14 ID: GrA-22427 Date BP: 3110 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3145, End BP: 3075

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - Undiagnostic middle Bronze Age Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; internal; from a small circular pit with a deposit of two complete, but broken, vessels. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into subsoil and was approximately 0.35m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9026, C14 ID: GrA-22425 Date BP: 3050 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3085, End BP: 3015

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 1, Central Wessex Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; internal; from an oval pit with sloping sides and moderately flat base (F564). This had a sandy fill with pottery, worked and burnt flint, burnt heathstone, and Charcoal flecks. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into natural sand, and there appeared to be some 'iron-panning' on top of the feature. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9029, C14 ID: GrA-22417 Date BP: 3070 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3105, End BP: 3035

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 3, Avon/Stour Valleys Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1413BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; one piece of cremated bone and one piece of Charcoal from the primary fill (4200=3980) of early Bronze Age cremation pit 3979. The cremation pit cuts the base of pond barrow 3890 and is 1.2m long, 0.9m wide, and 0.23m deep. The fills of the pond barrow seal the top fill 4199 of the cremation pit. Two small postholes (3981 and 4143) cut through the primary fill of the pond barrow, and truncate the south end of the cremation pit below. Fire has scorched the natural silt clay sides of the cremation pit and the base of the pond barrow. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9289, C14 ID: OxA-13060 Date BP: 3413 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3441, End BP: 3385

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1365BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Human bone; calcined long bone; one piece of cremated bone and one piece of Charcoal from the primary fill (4200=3980) of early Bronze Age cremation pit 3979. The cremation pit cuts the base of pond barrow 3890 and is 1.2m long, 0.9m wide, and 0.23m deep. The fills of the pond barrow seal the top fill 4199 of the cremation pit. Two small postholes (3981 and 4143) cut through the primary fill of the pond barrow, and truncate the south end of the cremation pit below. Fire has scorched the natural silt clay sides of the cremation pit and the base of the pond barrow. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9290, C14 ID: GrA-24838 Date BP: 3365 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3330

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; two pieces of Charcoal from unurned cremation 4867, c 40m east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit contains three deposits (4868, 4869, and 4870) and has a diameter of 0.7m and 0.22m deep. The two samples have been taken from the secondary fill 4869, which contains 228g of cremated bone and frequent pieces of Charcoal. The cremation pit cuts the west side of pit 4895, and also probably cuts postholes 4873 and 4898, although this is not completely certain. The south edge of the cremation pit is clipped by east-west ditch 4833. The surrounding geology is a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, beneath 0.3m of modern ploughsoil.

ID: 9291, C14 ID: GrA-25289 Date BP: 3050 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3085, End BP: 3015

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1164BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; unidentified bud, a single fragment; two pieces of Charcoal from unurned cremation 4867, c 40m east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit contains three deposits (4868, 4869, and 4870) and has a diameter of 0.7m and 0.22m deep. The two samples have been taken from the secondary fill 4869, which contains 228g of cremated bone and frequent pieces of Charcoal. The cremation pit cuts the west side of pit 4895, and also probably cuts postholes 4873 and 4898, although this is not completely certain. The south edge of the cremation pit is clipped by east-west ditch 4833. The surrounding geology is a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, beneath 0.3m of modern ploughsoil.

ID: 9292, C14 ID: OxA-13056 Date BP: 3164 +/- 27, Start Date BP: 3191, End BP: 3137

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1071BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; one piece of Charcoal and one piece of cremated bone from middle Bronze Age urned cremation 4967, c 40m east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit 4967 has a diameter of 0.5m and 0.2m deep. The fill (4968=10188) of the cremation vessel, from which the samples come, contains 452g of cremated bone. Modern ploughing has truncated the cremation pit by more than 0.3m, and has removed half to two thirds of the cremation vessel (a Bucket Urn). The cremation pit truncates a small posthole 4984, and is clipped on the east side by a north-south ditch 4941. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1.4m below the ground surface when the fieldwork began.

ID: 9293, C14 ID: OxA-13055 Date BP: 3071 +/- 25, Start Date BP: 3096, End BP: 3046

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Human bone; calcined humerus; one piece of Charcoal and one piece of cremated bone from inside one of the two upright bucket urns within cremation pit 5141, c 40m south-east of pond barrow 3890 were dated. The cremation pit has a diameter of 0.5m and is 0.23m deep. Both pots contain cremated bone, and one pot sits inside the other. Both samples come from the fill 5144 of the larger of the two vessels. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1.4m below the ground surface when the fieldwork began.

ID: 9294, C14 ID: GrA-24827 Date BP: 3040 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3075, End BP: 3005

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1025BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the ashy sandy loam fill of a small circular scoop/pit containing the complete base of a ceramic vessel. The fill contained pieces of burnt flint and charcoal.

ID: 9043, C14 ID: OxA-12593 Date BP: 3025 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3053, End BP: 2997

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1098BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; one piece of Charcoal and one piece of cremated bone from inside one of the two upright bucket urns within cremation pit 5141, c 40m south-east of pond barrow 3890 were dated. The cremation pit has a diameter of 0.5m and is 0.23m deep. Both pots contain cremated bone, and one pot sits inside the other. Both samples come from the fill 5144 of the larger of the two vessels. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1.4m below the ground surface when the fieldwork began.

ID: 9295, C14 ID: OxA-13059 Date BP: 3098 +/- 27, Start Date BP: 3125, End BP: 3071

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1078BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; one piece of Charcoal and one piece of cremated bone from middle Bronze Age urned cremation 5137, which is located c 50m south-east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit for the upright vessel is 0.66m long, 0.42m wide, and 0.25m deep. The rim of the vessel, a large Bucket Urn, is no longer present due to truncation. Both samples come from the single fill 5138 of the pot. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9296, C14 ID: OxA-13058 Date BP: 3078 +/- 27, Start Date BP: 3105, End BP: 3051

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Human bone; calcined long bone; one piece of Charcoal and one piece of cremated bone from middle Bronze Age urned cremation 5137, which is located c 50m south-east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit for the upright vessel is 0.66m long, 0.42m wide, and 0.25m deep. The rim of the vessel, a large Bucket Urn, is no longer present due to truncation. Both samples come from the single fill 5138 of the pot. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9297, C14 ID: GrA-24841 Date BP: 3050 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3085, End BP: 3015

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; two pieces of Charcoal and two pieces of cremated bone from early Bronze Age urned cremation 3136, to the north-west of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit 3136 for the upright vessel (a Collared Urn) is 0.53m in diameter and 0.22m deep. The samples come from fill 3139 of the vessel. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The rim and collar of the cremation vessel are no longer present, due to truncation to a depth of 0.3m by modern ploughing. The contents of the cremation urn were excavated in 2.5m spits (labelled A (bottom) to E (top)). The bone and Charcoal samples come from near the top and bottom of the vessel (spit D and A) respectively. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9299, C14 ID: GrA-25025 Date BP: 3460 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3420

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1004BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the lower fill (dark, humic, sandy loam) of a steep-sided circular pit (E1460). Fill E1462 contained large amounts of pottery.

ID: 9048, C14 ID: OxA-12588 Date BP: 3004 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3036, End BP: 2972

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1089BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the lower fill (dark, humic, sandy loam) of a steep-sided circular pit (E1460). Fill E1462 contained large amounts of pottery.

ID: 9049, C14 ID: OxA-12587 Date BP: 3089 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3058

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1024BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; internal surface of undiagnostic middle Bronze Age sherd; from the dark sandy loam fill of a circular pit with steep sides and a flat base (R309). Finds included large amounts of burnt flint, Charcoal and clay fragments, and 62 sherds of pottery.

ID: 9052, C14 ID: OxA-12575 Date BP: 3024 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3059, End BP: 2989

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Middle Bronze Age Houses

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1315BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: East London Gravels: Fairlop Quarry- Charcoal; cremation 822 in pit 821 (the other half of feature numbered cremation 820 in pit 819) was a discrete feature cutting natural brickearth and below the topsoil. There was no physical relationship with any other feature. The pit was well-defined but truncated. The pit fill contained a cremation and consisted of clay-silt with very frequent Charcoal and occasional fragments of cremated bone, which was too fragmented for radiocarbon dating. The pit was sealed by 0.3m of topsoil and cut into natural brickearth. The soil was moist, with evidence of worm action, but no obvious modern contaminants.

ID: 9204, C14 ID: OxA-12977 Date BP: 3315 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3270

Abstract: East London Gravels: Fairlop Quarry

Archaeologist Name: D Swift

Reference Name: Swift, D, Howell, I, Watson, B, and Cotton, J, forthcoming East London landscapes: thematic aspects of six multi-period archaeological sites excavated in advance of gravel quarrying, MoLAS monograph series, London: MoLAS

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Carbon Date. 1300BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: East London Gravels: Fairlop Quarry- Charcoal; cremation 822 in pit 821 (the other half of feature numbered cremation 820 in pit 819) was a discrete feature cutting natural brickearth and below the topsoil. There was no physical relationship with any other feature. The pit was well-defined but truncated. The pit fill contained a cremation and consisted of clay-silt with very frequent Charcoal and occasional fragments of cremated bone, which was too fragmented for radiocarbon dating. The pit was sealed by 0.3m of topsoil and cut into natural brickearth. The soil was moist, with evidence of worm action, but no obvious modern contaminants.

ID: 9205, C14 ID: GrA-24570 Date BP: 3300 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3345, End BP: 3255

Abstract: East London Gravels: Fairlop Quarry

Archaeologist Name: D Swift

Reference Name: Swift, D, Howell, I, Watson, B, and Cotton, J, forthcoming East London landscapes: thematic aspects of six multi-period archaeological sites excavated in advance of gravel quarrying, MoLAS monograph series, London: MoLAS

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; one piece of Charcoal and one piece of cremated bone come from the fill 3229 of middle Bronze Age cremation vessel. The cremation pit 3226, within which the upright vessel sits, is 0.56m long, 0.5m wide, and 0.09m deep, and is situated within the enclosed space of middle Bronze Age ring ditch 3336. Modern ploughing has truncated the cremation by 0.3m, and only the base and a small part of the sides of the pot survive. The feature cuts a large undatable pit 3287. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was more than 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9303, C14 ID: GrA-25027 Date BP: 3020 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 2980

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; one piece of charcoal and one piece of cremated bone come from middle Bronze Age cremation 3230, within interior space of ring ditch 3336. The cremation pit 3230 has a diameter of 0.61m and 0.30m deep. Both samples come from the fill of 3233 of the cremation vessel, which is an upright bucket urn. The top quarter of the Bucket Urn has been destroyed by modern ploughing, which has truncated the feature by 0.3m. The fill of the urn was excavated in 4cm spits (labelled A (top) to D (bottom)). The sampled of bone and Charcoal come from spits A and C respectively. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9304, C14 ID: GrA-25026 Date BP: 3010 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3050, End BP: 2970

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Human bone; tibia, cremated; one piece of charcoal and one piece of cremated bone come from middle Bronze Age cremation 3230, within interior space of ring ditch 3336. The cremation pit 3230 has a diameter of 0.61m and 0.30m deep. Both samples come from the fill of 3233 of the cremation vessel, which is an upright bucket urn. The top quarter of the Bucket Urn has been destroyed by modern ploughing, which has truncated the feature by 0.3m. The fill of the urn was excavated in 4cm spits (labelled A (top) to D (bottom)). The sampled of bone and Charcoal come from spits A and C respectively. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9305, C14 ID: OxA-13111 Date BP: 3120 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3080

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

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Carbon Date. 1485BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; two pieces of charcoal and two pieces of cremated bone from early Bronze Age urned cremation 3914, to south-east of pond barrow 3890. The cremation pit 3914 for the inverted urn is 0.6m long, 0.48m wide, and 0.4m deep. The samples come from the fill (3917=10190) of the vessel, which is a large collared urn. No other archaeological features touch the cremation pit. The Collared Urn is complete, although modern ploughing has truncated the cremation pit by 0.3m. The contents of the Collared Urn were excavated in 4cm spits (labelled from A (bottom) to I (rim)). The samples of bone and Charcoal come from near the rim (spits G and I respectively) of the upside-down vessel. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of sandy ploughsoil. The watertable was c 1m below the base of the cremation pit.

ID: 9306, C14 ID: GrA-25021 Date BP: 3485 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3525, End BP: 3445

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

Reference Name: Hamilton,W D, Bayliss, A, Bronk Ramsey, C, Meadows, J, and van der Plicht, H, 2007 Radiocarbon dating, in Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments and middle Iron Age settlement at Lodge Farm, St Osyth, Essex (ed M Germany), East Anglian Archaeology, 177, 95-11

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; internal; from the fill of a small, steep-sided, flat-based pit, with a single dark sandy loam fill, containing two complete pots.

ID: 9061, C14 ID: OxA-12500 Date BP: 3070 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3102, End BP: 3038

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 2, Dorset Downs Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1041BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from a circular 'hearth' (J261) comprising large gravels set in a matrix of burnt clay; the Charcoal came from within the clay matrix. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality.

ID: 9064, C14 ID: OxA-12497 Date BP: 3041 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3074, End BP: 3008

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1001BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; this context was part of the basal fill of large pit (J989). The fill was sandy loam with small amounts of Charcoal and a very large quantity of pottery. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality.

ID: 9066, C14 ID: OxA-12495 Date BP: 3001 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3035, End BP: 2967

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1101BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from a sub-oval pit with sloping sides and an undulating base. The fill was of loamy sand, raw clay, burnt flint, pottery, and worked flint; with no intrusion or residuality.

ID: 9067, C14 ID: OxA-12494 Date BP: 3101 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3136, End BP: 3066

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1036BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; from the fill of a complete urn, broken during site stripping, which was deposited in a small pit. The pot contained a dark sandy loam with a large quantity (813g) of bone. There was some bone in the surrounding soil.

ID: 9068, C14 ID: OxA-12493 Date BP: 3036 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3070, End BP: 3002

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Cremation

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Hartshill Copse- Human bone; cremated (white); sample recovered from the western half of the single fill of this feature 4461, a cremation within the entrance to the ditched enclosure. There was no physical relationships with other features. The context was sealed by topsoil, ploughed for at least the last 15 years. The topsoil was stripped prior to excavation and left exposed for two years. Resultant weed growth was cleared by mechanical removal of uppermost gravel surface, immediately prior to excavation. Underlying geology is acidic flint gravel, free-draining, and fine-fractioned.

ID: 9217, C14 ID: GrA-23638 Date BP: 3070 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3020

Abstract: Hartshill Copse: Cremation

Archaeologist Name: M Collard

Reference Name: Collard, M, 2004 Hartshill Quarry: the oldest ironworking site in Britain?, Curr Archaeol, 195, 134-9

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Carbon Date. 1230BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: Shake-Hole 1, Nosterfield- Wood; macrofossil from 119-20cm below the top of a 5m core. The sediments are undisturbed.

ID: 9315, C14 ID: GrA-25048 Date BP: 3230 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Shake-Hole 1, Nosterfield

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Bridgland, D, Howard, A, White, M, and White, T, forthcoming Quaternary of the Trent, Oxford: Oxbow; Howard, A J, Mighall, T M, Field, M H, Coope, G R, Griffiths, H I, and Macklin, M G, 2000 Early Holocene environments of the River Ure near Ripon, North Yorkshire, UK, Proc Yorkshire Geological Soc, 53, 31-42

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Carbon Date. 1071BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Plant macrofossil; from the dark sandy loam fill of a small circular pit with steep sloping sides and a flat base. Finds included 13 perforated clay objects and two broken but complete pottery vessels.

ID: 9070, C14 ID: OxA-12491 Date BP: 3071 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3104, End BP: 3038

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1063BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from within a complete pottery vessel in small pit. The fill comprised sandy soil with some Charcoals as well as Grain. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into sandy subsoil and was approximately 0.35m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9075, C14 ID: OxA-12206 Date BP: 3063 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3094, End BP: 3032

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 1, Central Wessex Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the lower fill of oval pit (F566). The fill consisted of humic loam with bone and Charcoal spread throughout. Pottery was in the same layer as the Grain sample. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into the sandy subsoil and was approximately 0.40m from the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9076, C14 ID: OxA-12205 Date BP: 3070 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3100, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 2, Dorset Downs Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1265BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; from the lower fill of oval pit (F566). The fill consisted of humic loam with bone and Charcoal spread throughout. Pottery was in the same layer as the Grain sample. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into the sandy subsoil and was approximately 0.40m from the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9077, C14 ID: OxA-12204 Date BP: 3265 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3295, End BP: 3235

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 2, Dorset Downs Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1427BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: Shake-Hole 1, Nosterfield- Plant macrofossils; macrofossil from 119-20cm below the top of a 5m core. The sediments are undisturbed.

ID: 9316, C14 ID: OxA-13225 Date BP: 3427 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3462, End BP: 3392

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Shake-Hole 1, Nosterfield

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Bridgland, D, Howard, A, White, M, and White, T, forthcoming Quaternary of the Trent, Oxford: Oxbow; Howard, A J, Mighall, T M, Field, M H, Coope, G R, Griffiths, H I, and Macklin, M G, 2000 Early Holocene environments of the River Ure near Ripon, North Yorkshire, UK, Proc Yorkshire Geological Soc, 53, 31-42

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Carbon Date. 1006BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; from an upper fill of a large pit (J475). The fill was comprised of silty sand, with burnt and worked flint. Large amounts of pottery were present. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravel and was approximately 0.45m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9079, C14 ID: OxA-12202 Date BP: 3006 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3036, End BP: 2976

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 3, Avon/Stour Valleys Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1002BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Hartshill Copse- Charcoal; sample recovered from the western half of the single fill of this feature 4461, a cremation within the entrance to the ditched enclosure. There was no physical relationships with other features. The context was sealed by topsoil, ploughed for at least the last 15 years. The topsoil was stripped prior to excavation and left exposed for two years. Resultant weed growth was cleared by mechanical removal of uppermost gravel surface, immediately prior to excavation. Underlying geology is acidic flint gravel, free-draining, and fine-fractioned.

ID: 9228, C14 ID: OxA-12578 Date BP: 3002 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3034, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Hartshill Copse: Cremation

Archaeologist Name: M Collard

Reference Name: Collard, M, 2004 Hartshill Quarry: the oldest ironworking site in Britain?, Curr Archaeol, 195, 134-9

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Carbon Date. 1173BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; from an upper fill of a large pit (J475). The fill was comprised of silty sand, with burnt and worked flint. Large amounts of pottery were present. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravel and was approximately 0.45m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9090, C14 ID: OxA-12167 Date BP: 3173 +/- 25, Start Date BP: 3198, End BP: 3148

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 3, Avon/Stour Valleys Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1191BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; from an oval pit with a flat base (G134). The fill was comprised of sandy loam with frequent Charcoal flecks, burnt flint, and burnt heathstone, and moderate amounts of pottery throughout the fill. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravely sand and was approximately 0.35m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9091, C14 ID: OxA-12166 Date BP: 3191 +/- 25, Start Date BP: 3216, End BP: 3166

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 3, Avon/Stour Valleys Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1123BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; external; from a fill, comprising of sandy loam with moderate gravel nodules, in ditch (E1139). The finds also included worked flint. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravels and was approximately 0.30m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9098, C14 ID: OxA-12159 Date BP: 3123 +/- 24, Start Date BP: 3147, End BP: 3099

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - Undiagnostic middle Bronze Age Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1037BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; external; from a circular, steep-sided, flat-based pit (E1459). The fill comprised of sandy loam with frequent gravel and Charcoal flecks. There was a basal layer of Charcoal ash. Large amounts of pottery, worked and burnt flint, and heathstone were recovered from the fill. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravel overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into sandy gravel and was approximately 0.35m below the ground surface. There was a small amount of animal disturbance in the form of a burrow.

ID: 9099, C14 ID: OxA-12158 Date BP: 3037 +/- 24, Start Date BP: 3061, End BP: 3013

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Ceramic Residues - middle Bronze Age Series 3, Avon/Stour Valleys Style

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: Sharow Mires, Sharow- Plant macrofossil; ; the sample is located at 731-2cm below the surface, and within dark grey/black Peaty silt.

ID: 9346, C14 ID: GrA-24645 Date BP: 3360 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Sharow Mires, Sharow

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Bridgland, D, Howard, A, White, M, and White, T, forthcoming Quaternary of the Trent, Oxford: Oxbow; Howard, A J, Mighall, T M, Field, M H, Coope, G R, Griffiths, H I, and Macklin, M G, 2000 Early Holocene environments of the River Ure near Ripon, North Yorkshire, UK, Proc Yorkshire Geological Soc, 53, 31-42

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Carbon Date. 1371BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: Sharow Mires, Sharow- Plant macrofossil; waterlogged, bulk sample; the sample is located at 731-2cm below the surface, and within dark grey/black Peaty silt.

ID: 9347, C14 ID: OxA-12928 Date BP: 3371 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3402, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Sharow Mires, Sharow

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Bridgland, D, Howard, A, White, M, and White, T, forthcoming Quaternary of the Trent, Oxford: Oxbow; Howard, A J, Mighall, T M, Field, M H, Coope, G R, Griffiths, H I, and Macklin, M G, 2000 Early Holocene environments of the River Ure near Ripon, North Yorkshire, UK, Proc Yorkshire Geological Soc, 53, 31-42

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Pewis Marsh (Pewis 1)- Peat; -0.99 - -1.04m OD; as GrN-27876

ID: 9351, C14 ID: GrN-27913 Date BP: 3380 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3300

Abstract: The Rye area project: Pewis Marsh (Pewis 1)

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

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Carbon Date. 1037BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Charcoal; this context was part of the basal fill of large pit (J989). The fill was sandy loam with small amounts of Charcoal and a very large quantity of pottery. There was no evidence of intrusion or residuality.

ID: 9117, C14 ID: OxA-12496 Date BP: 3037 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3071, End BP: 3003

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle, L, and Woodward, A, forthcoming Excavations at Bestwall Quarry,Wareham 1992-2005.Volume 1: the Prehistoric Landscape, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Monograph, 1, Dorchester

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Carbon Date. 1235BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - grain; from a segment of a ditch 0.7m long. The fill comprised a dark brown sandy loam, compacted in places, within which were 17 sherds of pottery weighing 198g. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology was valley gravels overlain with sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The ditch segment was cut into sand on the east and gravel on the west. There were some voids, likely to be animal burrows. The feature was approximately 0.5m below present ground surface.

ID: 9633, C14 ID: GrA-28487 Date BP: 3235 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3275, End BP: 3195

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field K

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1195BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28480

ID: 9634, C14 ID: SUERC-5829 Date BP: 3195 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field K

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1085BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - grain; as GrA-28462

ID: 9635, C14 ID: SUERC-6151 Date BP: 3085 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3050

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field K

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1165BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - grain; as GrA-28487

ID: 9636, C14 ID: SUERC-6157 Date BP: 3165 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field K

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1235BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a segment of ditch 1m long. The pottery came from the second of five fills. This layer comprised a dark brown sandy loam containing charcoal and charcoal ash. In total 14 sherds weighing 258g were retrieved from this layer. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The upper half of the feature was cut into sand and the lower half into gravel. The feature was approximately 0.40m below present ground surface.

ID: 9637, C14 ID: GrA-28472 Date BP: 3235 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3275, End BP: 3195

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a segment of ditch 1m long. The charcoal came from a soil sample in the middle fill of three layers. The fill comprised a very dark brown charcoal-rich, sandy loam. Much burnt flint was present. In total twenty-three sherds of pottery weighing 291g were retrieved from this layer. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The upper half of the feature was cut into sand and the lower half into gravel. The feature was approximately 0.40m below present ground surface.

ID: 9638, C14 ID: GrA-28475 Date BP: 3180 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3215, End BP: 3145

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1335BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a segment of a ditch 1m long. The charcoal came from a soil sample from the second of five fills. This layer comprised a dark brown sandy loam with sparse charcoal. In total nineteen sherds of pottery weighing 171g were retrieved from this layer. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology was valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The upper part of the feature was cut into sand and the lower part into gravel. The feature was approximately 0.4m below present ground surface.

ID: 9639, C14 ID: GrA-28476 Date BP: 3335 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Gwithian - carbonised residue; internal, sherd with incised herringbone decoration; the stratigraphy for the Gwithian Bronze Age sites (GMIX, GMX, and GMXV) was recorded as three broad sandy-soil occupation layers (3, 5, 7, and 8) each separated by blown sand. Layer 3 (phase 5) was the uppermost occupation horizon. It comprised a small farming settlement of wooden circular buildings located and surrounded by fields. Evidence for stock and arable farming alongside pottery, shale, and stonework manufacture, as well as metalworking. The sample was recorded from a general deposit (433) which is associated with the layer 3 horizon and which represents a major occupation horizon: phase 5. The geology is slate bedrock with old land surfaces preserved beneath layers of sand and later occupation horizons.

ID: 9815, C14 ID: SUERC-6161 Date BP: 3430 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3465, End BP: 3395

Abstract: Gwithian: prehistoric

Archaeologist Name: J Nowakowski

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1245BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Latton Lands - charcoal; the sample was recovered from the penultimate ditch fill and represents a deliberate deposit of charred remains. Overlain by further deliberate deposit 2544, and seals fill 2546 which contained a complete pot. A degree of intrusion is possible; no rooty material was found but several modern seeds were found. The fill was gravel-rich, but this sample comprised almost pure charcoal. There was no evidence of rootlet penetration or waterlogging, but elsewhere in the ditch there was evidence of seasonal flooding. Abundant snail shells indicate a calcareous burial environment.

ID: 9818, C14 ID: GrA-33508 Date BP: 3245 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3285, End BP: 3205

Abstract: Latton Lands: double causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Nicholson

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Latton Lands - charcoal; Maloideae, single fragment; the sample was recovered from the silty clay upper fill of the terminus, overlying sandy silt fill 2383. A degree of intrusion is possible, but no rooty material or modern seeds were found. The fill was gravel-rich. There was no evidence of rootlet penetration or waterlogging, but elsewhere in the ditch there was evidence of seasonal flooding. Abundant snail shells indicate a calcareous burial environment.

ID: 9819, C14 ID: GrA-33509 Date BP: 3440 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Latton Lands: double causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Nicholson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1455BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Latton Lands - charcoal; the sample was recovered from what appeared to be a deliberate deposit of charcoal within one of the lower fills of the causewayed enclosure ditch. Intrusion is unlikely, but some rooty material was found. Context 2365 was a charcoal deposit overlying the primary fill of the ditch terminus (redeposited natural), context 2365 was sealed by seasonal flooding deposit context 2262. Residuality is considered unlikely. The fill was gravel-rich. But this sample contained abundant charcoal. There was some, minimal, rootlet penetration and evidence of seasonal flooding. Snail shells were well-preserved, indicating a calcareous sediment.

ID: 9820, C14 ID: GrA-33710 Date BP: 3455 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Latton Lands: double causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Nicholson

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Latton Lands - charcoal; as GrA-33710

ID: 9821, C14 ID: SUERC-12229 Date BP: 3430 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3465, End BP: 3395

Abstract: Latton Lands: double causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Nicholson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Latton Lands - charcoal; as GrA-33508

ID: 9822, C14 ID: SUERC-12230 Date BP: 3430 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3465, End BP: 3395

Abstract: Latton Lands: double causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Nicholson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Latton Lands - charcoal; Maloideae, single fragment; the sample was recovered from what appeared to be a deliberate deposit of charcoal within one of the lower fills of the causewayed enclosure ditch. Intrusion is unlikely, but some modern weed seeds were found. Context 2547 was sealed by context 2546. The fill was gravel-rich, but this sample comprised almost pure charcoal. Context 2547 was sealed by context 2546. Rootlet penetration and position of the watertable are not known, but the sample did not contain much rooty material and the deposit did not appear to have been waterlogged. Snail shells were well preserved, indicating calcareous sediment.

ID: 9823, C14 ID: SUERC-12231 Date BP: 3410 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Latton Lands: double causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Nicholson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1215BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28472

ID: 9642, C14 ID: SUERC-5830 Date BP: 3215 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3180

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1155BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28475

ID: 9643, C14 ID: SUERC-5831 Date BP: 3155 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle and Woodward in press

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Carbon Date. 1210BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28476

ID: 9644, C14 ID: SUERC-5832 Date BP: 3210 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3170

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: middle Bronze Age occupation in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a segment of a gully (611) with steep almost vertical sides and a flattish base. Cuts stakehole (826). The fill comprised a dark brown sandy loam with frequent burnt flints and charcoal pieces. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravel and was approximately 0.50m from the ground surface.

ID: 9647, C14 ID: GrA-29717 Date BP: 3010 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3050, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: monument in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1095BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a segment of gully (611) with steep almost vertical sides and a flat base. The fill comprised a dark brown sandy loam with a dense concentration of natural gravels together with burnt flint and moderate quantities of charcoal. The pottery was retrieved from this fill. The local geology was valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into the gravels and was approximately 0.50m from the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9648, C14 ID: GrA-29741 Date BP: 3095 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 3060

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: monument in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1075BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-29741

ID: 9649, C14 ID: SUERC-7352 Date BP: 3075 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: monument in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-29717

ID: 9650, C14 ID: SUERC-7353 Date BP: 3100 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3135, End BP: 3065

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: monument in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1122BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged plant macrofossil; hazelnut shell; as OxA-15961

ID: 9654, C14 ID: OxA-15983 Date BP: 3122 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3153, End BP: 3091

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Best and Gent forthcoming

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Carbon Date. 1300BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - waterlogged wood; twig, single fragment; the sample is from a depth of 2.5m in a core located in a palaeochannel between terrace 1 and terrace 2. The core also has had pollen evaluation counts carried out at 0.14m intervals, from 50mm contiguous sampling. The local geology is Mercian mudstone. The sample was waterlogged at the time of collection and the watertable was 1m below the surface.

ID: 10019, C14 ID: GrA-31771 Date BP: 3300 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: TFGC

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - waterlogged plant macrofossil; monocot fragments; from 3m depth in a core located in a palaeochannel between terrace 1 and terrace 2.

ID: 10021, C14 ID: OxA-15886 Date BP: 3410 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: TFGC

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1434BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Trent Valley Survey: Seymour Drain- Plant macrofossils; from an organic-rich core taken from a sinuous palaeochannel located on the Holocene floodplain of the River Trent (first terrace). The palaeochannel is incised into a early Holocene terrace, which comprises basal sands and gravels overlain by fine-grained sediments. This sample was collected from the upper part of a sandy clay at a depth of between 2.5-2.7m.

ID: 9437, C14 ID: OxA-12777 Date BP: 3434 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3464, End BP: 3404

Abstract: Trent Valley Survey: Seymour Drain

Archaeologist Name: A Howard

Reference Name: Bridgland, D, Howard, A, White, M, and White, T, forthcoming Quaternary of the Trent, Oxford: Oxbow; Havelock, G M, and Howard, A J, 2002 Extending and protecting palaeoenvironmental data: deposit sampling, unpubl rep to Trent Valley Geoarchaeol, Univ of of Newcastle

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Ribble Valley - waterlogged plant macrofossil; monocot; the datable material is from a 10m thick woody organic-rich peat deposit that is buried beneath 0.45m of alluvial fan fluvial medium-coarse gravel. The buried peat is entirely separated from surface peat and soils, with no evidence of roots penetrating the fan gravels, and so the plant macrofossils in the buried peat can be regarded as entirely in situ and to have died during the progradation of alluvial fan gravels.

ID: 9865, C14 ID: OxA-16353 Date BP: 3170 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3201, End BP: 3139

Abstract: Ribble Valley: Cam Beck and Oughtershaw Beck interfluve, alluvial fan 6

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name: Chiverrell et al 2007a

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Carbon Date. 1005BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk sample; this sample is from the base of a core from a palaeochannel located on terrace 1. The core also has had pollen evaluation counts carried out at 0.14m intervals, from 50mm contiguous sampling. The local geology is Mercian mudstone. The sample was waterlogged at the time of collection. The water table was 1m below the surface.

ID: 10029, C14 ID: GrA-31492 Date BP: 3005 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3040, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: Trent Terrace 1, Core 14

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; this sample is from context 549. It represents a spread of burnt stone (chert and gravels) and charcoal forming a 'burnt mound'. This was overlain by a series of silty dumping horizons. Those horizons were in turn sealed by a thick layer of colluvium. The mound 549 sealed two earlier features: a large pit (672) containing waterlogged material, and a timber lined trough (645 is also waterlogged). Due to the depth of deposits overlying the mound there is no chance of intrusive material or residuality. The local geology is gravel. The spread of material immediately overlies the water table (the interface of this context and the underlying ones representing the level of the water table). The context was undisturbed. The pH is likely to be slightly alkaline (approximately pH 6.5) although exact parameters are unknown.

ID: 9655, C14 ID: SUERC-10148 Date BP: 3070 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3105, End BP: 3035

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Best and Gent forthcoming Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; as SUERC-10148

ID: 9656, C14 ID: SUERC-10149 Date BP: 3100 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3135, End BP: 3065

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1195BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; as OxA-15961

ID: 9657, C14 ID: SUERC-10150 Date BP: 3195 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Best and Gent forthcoming

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Carbon Date. 1225BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; as SUERC-10150

ID: 9658, C14 ID: SUERC-10151 Date BP: 3225 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Best and Gent forthcoming

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Carbon Date. 1115BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; the sample is from context 662, the fill of trough 645. This material was waterlogged, with some timber planking surviving at the edges of the trough. Charcoal is being used as radiocarbon sample as no suitable waterlogged material was available. The trough was sealed by a layer of burnt stone and gravel (burnt mound 549). The trough was cut into natural sands and gravels. Due to the depth of deposits overlying the mound there is no chance of intrusive material or residuality. The local geology is gravel. The material was beneath the water table. The context was undisturbed and un-bioturbated. The pH is likely to be slightly alkaline (approximately pH 6.5) although exact parameters are unknown.

ID: 9659, C14 ID: SUERC-10152 Date BP: 3115 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3080

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; as SUERC-10152

ID: 9660, C14 ID: SUERC-10153 Date BP: 3140 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3175, End BP: 3105

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; this sample is from context 666. It represents the upper fill of trough (659). The context was black in colour (5YR 2.5/1) and contained abundant heat shattered quartzite and chert. The trough was sealed by a spread of burnt stone (one of the burnt mounds). Due to the depth of deposits overlying the mound, there is no chance of intrusive material or risiduality. The local geology is gravel. This context was immediately above the water table. The context was undisturbed and unbioturbated. The pH is likely to be slightly alkaline (approximately pH 6.5) although exact parameters are unknown.

ID: 9661, C14 ID: SUERC-10154 Date BP: 3280 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3315, End BP: 3245

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1315BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; as SUERC-10154

ID: 9662, C14 ID: SUERC-10158 Date BP: 3315 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1245BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; the sample is from context 689. It represents the lower fill of trough (659), within a circular depression at the base of the trough. The context was reddish black in colour (2.5YR 2.5/1) with clay/silt and abundant charcoal throughout. The local geology is gravel and this context was immediately above the water table. The context was undisturbed and unbioturbated. The pH is likely to be slightly alkaline (approximately pH 6.5) although exact parameters are unknown.

ID: 9663, C14 ID: SUERC-10159 Date BP: 3245 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3285, End BP: 3205

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - charcoal; as SUERC-10159

ID: 9664, C14 ID: SUERC-10160 Date BP: 3220 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3255, End BP: 3185

Abstract: Burlescombe: burnt mounds and associated pits

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Best and Gent forthcoming

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Carbon Date. 1153BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; from a monolith taken through pit 658. The backfill has been dated to the Iron Age. Due to the depth of the deposits overlying the site there is no chance of intrusive material or residuality. The local geology is gravel. The spread of material immediately overlies the water table (the interface of this context and the underlying ones representing the level of the water table). The context was undisturbed and unbioturbated. The pH is likely to be slightly alkaline (approximately pH 6.5) although exact parameters are unknown.

ID: 9673, C14 ID: OxA-15691 Date BP: 3153 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3181, End BP: 3125

Abstract: Burlescombe: pit [658]

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1135BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; as OxA-15691

ID: 9674, C14 ID: OxA-15692 Date BP: 3135 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3164, End BP: 3106

Abstract: Burlescombe: pit [658]

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk; as OxA-15691

ID: 9676, C14 ID: OxA-15940 Date BP: 3040 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3068, End BP: 3012

Abstract: Burlescombe: pit [658]

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1022BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged plant macrofossil; bark fragments; as OxA-15691

ID: 9677, C14 ID: OxA-15975 Date BP: 3022 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3051, End BP: 2993

Abstract: Burlescombe: pit [658]

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1015BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - sediment; humin fraction, bulk sample; as OxA-15940

ID: 9678, C14 ID: OxA-15976 Date BP: 3015 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3045, End BP: 2985

Abstract: Burlescombe: pit [658]

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1355BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 18-27 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9686, C14 ID: GrN-30162 Date BP: 3355 +/- 14, Start Date BP: 3369, End BP: 3341

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1341BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 38-47 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timer 475.

ID: 9687, C14 ID: GrN-30163 Date BP: 3341 +/- 21, Start Date BP: 3362, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1343BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 58-67 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9688, C14 ID: GrN-30164 Date BP: 3343 +/- 21, Start Date BP: 3364, End BP: 3322

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1305BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 78-87 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9689, C14 ID: GrN-30165 Date BP: 3305 +/- 17, Start Date BP: 3322, End BP: 3288

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1277BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 98-107 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9690, C14 ID: GrN-30166 Date BP: 3277 +/- 18, Start Date BP: 3295, End BP: 3259

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1291BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 118-127 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9691, C14 ID: GrN-30167 Date BP: 3291 +/- 25, Start Date BP: 3316, End BP: 3266

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1243BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 138-147 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9692, C14 ID: GrN-30168 Date BP: 3243 +/- 17, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3226

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1243BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 158-167 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9693, C14 ID: GrN-30169 Date BP: 3243 +/- 20, Start Date BP: 3263, End BP: 3223

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1205BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 178-187 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9694, C14 ID: GrN-30170 Date BP: 3205 +/- 17, Start Date BP: 3222, End BP: 3188

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1188BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Burlescombe - waterlogged wood; rings 198-207 of the 245-ring floating tree-ring series from timber 475.

ID: 9695, C14 ID: GrN-30171 Date BP: 3188 +/- 24, Start Date BP: 3212, End BP: 3164

Abstract: Burlescombe: wiggle-matching

Archaeologist Name: T Gent

Reference Name: Tyers 2007

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Pett Level- Peat; bulk, -0.96 - -1m OD; the sample comes from the top of a unit of black well humified Woody peat (C) containing occasional twigs and rootlets, and immediately below a unit of light brown organic-rich silty clay (B) containing small pebbles. The solid geology of the area around Pett Level is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 1m of the modern ground surface. The depth at which the sample is taken precludes any possibility of contamination by modern rootlet penetration. A pollen assemblage from the top of the peat is dominated by arboreal pollen from Betula, Quercus, Alnus, and Corylus, and contains abundant fern spores. Local vegetation dominated by wet Woodland is indicated.

ID: 9380, C14 ID: GrN-28109 Date BP: 3330 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3280

Abstract: The Rye area project: Pett Level

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: RYE2, Pett Level- Sediment; organic, -0.91 - -0.95m OD; this sample is a 4cm slice of Sediment, taken immediately above the contact with the peat (351-55cm). The solid geology of the area around Pett Level is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The Sediment unit from which the sample is drawn appears to be an old land surface ('buried soil') that incorporates a large amount of slopewash material from Iham Hill (site of New Winchelsea).

ID: 9381, C14 ID: GrN-28519 Date BP: 3100 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3040

Abstract: The Rye area project: RYE2, Pett Level

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: near surface site 1 (Old House Farm, Peasmarsh)- Sediment; organic, .38 - 3.43m OD; the sample comes from a 5cm slice of Sediment (52-57cm). The solid geology of the area around Old House Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). Pollen assemblages around OLD HOUSE 3 are dominated by herbaceous pollen types, particularly Poaceae and fern spores. A local peat-forming community of Phragmites reedswamp appears likely. An increase in ruderal pollen types (Rumex acetosella, Plantago lanceolata) and occurrences of cereal-type pollen Grains coincide with a decrease in arboreal pollen types, reflecting opening up of the dryland landscape around the site in response to human activity.

ID: 9384, C14 ID: GrN-28516 Date BP: 3160 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3110

Abstract: The Rye area project: near surface site 1 (Old House Farm, Peasmarsh)

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

Reference Name: Long, A , Hipkin, S, and Clarke, H, 2002 Romney Marsh: coastal and landscape change through the ages, Oxford Univ School Archaeol Monogr, Oxford: Oxford Univ; Long, A J, 2006a Coastal resilience and late Holocene tidal inlet history: the evoution of Dungeness Foreland and the Romney Marsh (UK) depositional complex, Geomorphology, 82, 309-330; Long, A J, 2006b Driving mechanisms of coastal change:sediment autocompaction and the destruction of late Holocene coastal wetlands, Marine Geology, 225, 63-84 Long, A J, forthcoming The late-Holocene Evolution of the Romney marsh/Dungeness Foreland Depositional Complex, UK, Oxford: Oxbow Books; Waller, M P, 2006 The interpretation of radiocarbon dates from the upper surface of late Holocene peat layers in coastal lowlands, The Holocene, 16, 51-61

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Beckford - carbonised residue; internal; from ditch 1717, forming part of S100, on the stratigraphically earliest feature in this part of the site. The residue is on an important middle Bronze Age vessel. Glacial sands and gravels underlie the archaeological deposits.

ID: 9498, C14 ID: GrA-33533 Date BP: 3120 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3155, End BP: 3085

Abstract: Beckford: Ceramic Residues

Archaeologist Name: J Wills

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Beckford - carbonised residue; internal; as GrA-33533

ID: 9504, C14 ID: OxA-16732 Date BP: 3050 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3084, End BP: 3016

Abstract: Beckford: Ceramic Residues

Archaeologist Name: J Wills

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1352BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; humerus/femur; F24 was the most complete urned cremation from the site. The top 0.05m (base) of the urn was damaged but otherwise the pot was intact. F24 was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m north of the river Wreake. The land on which the site was situated had apparently been cultivated for a considerable length of time prior to the excavation. No other details are known.

ID: 9748, C14 ID: OxA-16155 Date BP: 3352 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3385, End BP: 3319

Abstract: Cossington: site 1

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1317BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; possible cranial bone; F25 was the northernmost cremation in the group. Although appearing to be unurned, a scatter of pottery sherds to the immediate south may indicate that this was a badly disturbed urned cremation. The focus of cremated bone was located on top of a triangular stone slab. F25 was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m north of the river Wreake. The land on which the site was situated had apparently been cultivated for a considerable length of time prior to the excavation. No other details are known.

ID: 9749, C14 ID: OxA-16156 Date BP: 3317 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3284

Abstract: Cossington: site 1

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name: Thomas 2005 Thomas 2007

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Carbon Date. 1359BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; possible tibia or ulna/radius; F9 was a cremation in a disturbed inverted urn. Only the upper (rim) part of the urn survived. Cranium and long bone skeletal fragments were represented. A small scatter of associated pottery and bone was also recovered from the surrounding area.

ID: 9750, C14 ID: OxA-16157 Date BP: 3359 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3393, End BP: 3325

Abstract: Cossington: site 1

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1306BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; possible tibia or ulna/radius; as OxA-16155

ID: 9751, C14 ID: OxA-16158 Date BP: 3306 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3339, End BP: 3273

Abstract: Cossington: site 1

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; fibula; F6 was a cremation in an inverted urn, placed in a shallow pit. Only the upper part of the urn survived but the cremated material was well preserved, with all parts of the skeleton being represented. A small scatter of bone had spilled into the base of the pit. The pit containing F6 was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m north of the river Wreake. The land on which the site was situated had apparently been cultivated for a considerable length of time prior to the excavation. No other details are known.

ID: 9753, C14 ID: SUERC-11273 Date BP: 3340 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3375, End BP: 3305

Abstract: Cossington: site 1

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; possible proximal radius; F22 was the southernmost cremation in the group. Very little information exists for this cremation although it was recorded with associated pottery sherds raising the possibility that this was a disturbed urned cremation. F22 was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m north of the river Wreake. The land on which the site was situated had apparently been cultivated for a considerable length of time prior to the excavation. No other details are known.

ID: 9755, C14 ID: SUERC-11275 Date BP: 3360 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3395, End BP: 3325

Abstract: Cossington: site 1

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; possible tibia; F14 was a cremation located 6m north of the site 2 inhumation. Cremated bone was found in association with a small Collared Urn. The excavators suggested the urn had fallen over during interment, spilling the contents. F14 was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m north of the River Wreake. The land on which the site was situated had apparently been cultivated for a considerable length of time prior to the excavation. No other details are known.

ID: 9756, C14 ID: SUERC-11276 Date BP: 3430 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3465, End BP: 3395

Abstract: Cossington: site 2

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1477BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - charcoal; the charcoal was retrieved from a charcoal-rich patch within the upper backfill of the barrow ring-ditch. The ditch was cut into natural sand. Due to the level of the sample, within the upper areas of the ditch, some rootlet penetration is possible.

ID: 9768, C14 ID: OxA-16060 Date BP: 3477 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3509, End BP: 3445

Abstract: Cossington: site 5

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1295BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - charcoal; single fragment, blackthorn, 4 years growth; as OxA-16060

ID: 9770, C14 ID: SUERC-11283 Date BP: 3295 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Cossington: site 5

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1372BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Berinsfield: Mount Farm - human bone; secondary infant (neonatal) burial within round barrow, which was found with a miniature Deverel-Rimbury style urn. The burial is within a grave cut and forms part of a cemetery group that should belong to the middle Bronze Age. The grave was cut into natural free-draining gravel (second terrace).

ID: 9572, C14 ID: OxA-15785 Date BP: 3372 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3334

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1359BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Berinsfield: Mount Farm - human bone; left tibia; this sample came from a secondary burial of an eight-year-old child, within the round barrow. The burial is within a grave cut. The burial is one of a group that should belong to the middle Bronze Age. The grave was cut into natural free-draining gravel (second terrace).

ID: 9573, C14 ID: OxA-15786 Date BP: 3359 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3391, End BP: 3327

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1055BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk sample; as OxA-15896

ID: 9787, C14 ID: OxA-15936 Date BP: 3055 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3083, End BP: 3027

Abstract: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries: Fountains Farm (FN01)

Archaeologist Name: A J Howard

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1395BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged wood; -1.47m OD; the sample was obtained from a monolith column in the peat deposit at a depth of 1.50m below the stripped surface. There was no evidence for disturbance or intrusion. The local geology was valley gravels overlain with sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat feature was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth to nineteenth-century field drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. Approximately 0.5m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9577, C14 ID: SUERC-7552 Date BP: 3395 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3360

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Scaife 2005

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Carbon Date. 1325BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged plant macrofossil; 1.34m; -1.31m OD, Rosa/Rubus sp.; the sample comes from a depth of 1.34m measured from the surface of the peat deposit. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat deposit was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth- to nineteenth-century ceramic and stone land drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. The sample was permanently waterlogged. Approximately 0.50m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9583, C14 ID: SUERC-8160 Date BP: 3325 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004

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Carbon Date. 1355BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged plant macrofossil; -1.32 - -1.33m OD; the sample comes from a depth of 1.35m to 1.36m measured from the surface of the peat deposit. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat deposit was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth- to nineteenth-century ceramic and stone land drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. The sample was permanently waterlogged. Approximately 0.50m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9584, C14 ID: SUERC-8161 Date BP: 3355 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged wood; -1.37m OD; the sample comes from a depth of 1.40m measured from the surface of the peat deposit. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat deposit was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth- to nineteenth-century ceramic and stone land drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. The sample was permanently waterlogged. Approximately 0.50m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9586, C14 ID: SUERC-8166 Date BP: 3360 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3395, End BP: 3325

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004

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Carbon Date. 1485BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands - waterlogged plant macrofossil; this sample at 8.93m is from dark grey organic silts.

ID: 9995, C14 ID: SUERC-8886 Date BP: 3485 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Sharow Mires, Sharow 2004-7

Reference Name: Bayliss et al 2007a

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Till-Tweed: River Breamish at Powburn- Wood; sample Bcd-2 is taken in Hedgely Quarry at location QH1, cut away from a tree trunk in the active gravel face. The tree trunk is located c 2m below the T1 terrace surface. The quarry shows a sequence of c 1m of silt and sand, followed by c 4m of clast-supported gravel with sand lenses/layers of c 1m thick that shows cross-bedding, peaty-clayey channel fills (0.5m

ID: 9420, C14 ID: GU-5978 Date BP: 3090 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Till-Tweed: River Breamish at Powburn

Archaeologist Name: D Passmore

Reference Name: Passmore, D, and Waddington, C, forthcoming Managing an archaeological landscape: a geoarchaeological approach

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Carbon Date. 1035BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - grain; oat, carbonised, single grain; from an oval shallow pit with a single fill. The fill comprised a very dark brown, almost black, sandy loam with much charcoal present. Four ceramic weights were in this pit. One of these was decorated. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology in valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The pit was cut into gravel and was approximately 0.5m below present ground surface.

ID: 9598, C14 ID: SUERC-6152 Date BP: 3035 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3070, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: charred plants

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Ladle and Woodward in press

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Carbon Date. 1132BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - carbonised residue; internal, Middle Bronze Age; from a U""-shaped ditch segment with a moderately steep side and a slightly rounded base. The fill comprised a light brown sandy loam with a deposit of raw clay. Pottery and burnt flint were present. The local geology was valley gravel overlain by sandy

ID: 9601, C14 ID: OxA-15105 Date BP: 3132 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3104

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: early Bronze Age ditches

Archaeologist Name: acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into sandy gravel and was approximately 0.35m from the present ground surface. There was no disturbance.""

Reference Name: L Ladle

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L Ladle

Carbon Date. 1352BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - carbonised residue; internal; from a U""-shaped ditch segment with very steep sides and a flat base. The fill comprised a dark brown sandy loam containing pottery

ID: 9602, C14 ID: OxA-15124 Date BP: 3352 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 3389, End BP: 3315

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: early Bronze Age ditches

Archaeologist Name: burnt flint

Reference Name: and heathstone. There was no intrusion or residuality. It is a part of ditch F179. The local geology was valley gravel overlain by sandy

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Carbon Date. 1255BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - carbonised residue; internal; from a U""-shaped ditch segment with very steep sides and a flat base. The fill comprised a mid-dark brown sandy loam with pottery dispersed throughout. There was no intrusion or residuality. It is a part of ditch F179. The local geology was valley gravel overlain by sandy

ID: 9603, C14 ID: OxA-15125 Date BP: 3255 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3286, End BP: 3224

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: early Bronze Age ditches

Archaeologist Name: acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into sandy gravel and was approximately 0.35m from the present ground surface. There was no disturbance.""

Reference Name: L Ladle

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acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into sandy gravel and was approximately 0.35m from the present ground surface. There was no disturbance.""

L Ladle

Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from an oval pit with gently sloping sides and a flat base which was associated with burnt flint spread (803) and lay to the side of, and underneath, this feature. The fill comprised a compacted burnt flint with much charcoal within the compaction. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravel and was approximately 0.50m below the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9604, C14 ID: GrA-28420 Date BP: 3040 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3075, End BP: 3005

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1235BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a circular posthole with vertical sides and a rounded base. The fill comprised a mid-brown sandy loam with most of the charcoal near the top of the fill. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravelly sand and was approximately 0.50m from the ground surface.

ID: 9605, C14 ID: GrA-28422 Date BP: 3235 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1065BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a very shallow, oval scoop with edges that are difficult to define. The fill comprised a mid-brown sandy loam with dense concentrations of burnt flint, within which were deposits of charcoal. Two sherds of pottery came from the fill. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology was valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravelly sand and was approximately 0.40m below the ground surface.

ID: 9606, C14 ID: GrA-28423 Date BP: 3065 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3105, End BP: 3025

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1125BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; from a circular posthole with vertical sides, but a 'step' to the west and a flat base. The fill comprised a dark brown, charcoal-rich sandy loam. There was neither intrusion nor residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain with sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravel and was approximately 0.40m below the ground surface.

ID: 9607, C14 ID: GrA-28424 Date BP: 3125 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3090

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1165BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; a sub-square posthole with vertical sides and a flat base. The fill comprised a grey silty sand with charcoal and small amounts of burnt and worked flint. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology was valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into gravely sand and was approximately 0.40m below the ground surface.

ID: 9608, C14 ID: GrA-28426 Date BP: 3165 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3205, End BP: 3125

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

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Carbon Date. 1105BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28424

ID: 9609, C14 ID: SUERC-5822 Date BP: 3105 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1230BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28426

ID: 9610, C14 ID: SUERC-5823 Date BP: 3230 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Pryor 1996 Pryor 1998

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Gwithian - carbonised residue; internal, base sherd; during phase 3, the main layer 5 horizon at Gwithian was principally characterised by a field system. Associated with this were the ruinous remains of a stone and wooden building (1503) built on a terrace at GMXV overlying the exact location of an earlier wooden building which belonged to phase 1. The sample came from the area of the ruinous structure (1503). The geology is slate bedrock with old land surfaces preserved beneath layers of sand and later occupation horizons.

ID: 9806, C14 ID: SUERC-6167 Date BP: 3180 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3215, End BP: 3145

Abstract: Gwithian: post-Roman

Archaeologist Name: J Nowakowski

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1245BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Gwithian - carbonised residue; internal, undecorated body sherd; layer 7 was identified as a cultivation horizon during excavations in the 1950s and more recently at site GMXVII in June 2005. It was not evenly exposed across the linked Bronze Age sites during excavation at Gwithian, although it is likely to have been the upper part of the main lowest occupation horizon (layer 8) and therefore is part of the major phase 1 settlement. The major feature of this early phase - that is phase 1 - is a circular wooden building (1642) which lay within an early terraced field system. The sample was recorded a general context at GMXV. The geology is slate bedrock with old land surfaces preserved beneath layers of sand and later occupation horizons.

ID: 9807, C14 ID: OxA-14488 Date BP: 3245 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3285, End BP: 3205

Abstract: Gwithian: prehistoric

Archaeologist Name: J Nowakowski

Reference Name: Nowakowski et al 2006

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Carbon Date. 1039BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Gwithian - carbonised residue; internal, decorated rim sherd; during phase 3, the main layer 5 horizon at Gwithian was principally characterised by a field system. Associated with this were the ruinous remains of a stone and wooden building (1503) built on a terrace at GMXV, overlying the exact location of an earlier wooden building which belonged to phase 1. The sample came from the area of the ruinous structure (1503). The geology is slate bedrock with old land surfaces preserved beneath layers of sand and later occupation horizons.

ID: 9808, C14 ID: OxA-14489 Date BP: 3039 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 3076, End BP: 3002

Abstract: Gwithian: prehistoric

Archaeologist Name: J Nowakowski

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Gwithian - carbonised residue; internal, undecorated body sherd; at GMXV a 'layer 8' horizon was found. This is the earliest old land surface recorded during work on the Gwithian Bronze Age sites. The major feature of this early phase (phase 1) is a circular wooden building (1642) which probably lay within a terraced field system. In 1960 an early archaeomagnetic date from the central hearth, centred on 1700 BC, was obtained. This radiocarbon sample came from a sherd found on the house floor (1507). Following the abandonment of the area the site was sealed by sand and later cultivation layers in antiquity. The geology is slate bedrock and layer 8 has been described as a brown clay loam immediately above the natural. In June 2005, layer 8 was re-exposed at site GMXVII when plough marks were found.

ID: 9812, C14 ID: OxA-14568 Date BP: 3430 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Gwithian: prehistoric

Archaeologist Name: J Nowakowski

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1105BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28423

ID: 9611, C14 ID: SUERC-5827 Date BP: 3105 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1045BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28422

ID: 9612, C14 ID: SUERC-5828 Date BP: 3045 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 3010

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - charcoal; as GrA-28420

ID: 9613, C14 ID: SUERC-6035 Date BP: 3120 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3155, End BP: 3085

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: House X and ditch

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from a 2.1m x 1m area of charcoal-rich soil with some scorched red clay pockets. The charcoal was sampled from plant excavation, and was exposed in an evaluation trench to the east of the island occupation.

ID: 10084, C14 ID: GrA-31787 Date BP: 3410 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15083

ID: 10094, C14 ID: SUERC-7594 Date BP: 3440 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3475, End BP: 3405

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1075BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - waterlogged plant macrofossil; monocot fragments, some possible rootlets; this sample was taken from a section of a palaeochannel in a quarry. The local geology is Mercian mudstone. The sample was waterlogged at the time of collection. The watertable was 1m below the surface.

ID: 10050, C14 ID: GrA-31941 Date BP: 3075 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: WQF, monolith CH3

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1255BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; taken at a depth of 1.48m, from the top 0.02m of a silted watercourse. This context was sealed beneath an alluvial soil upon which a Roman road was constructed. The context was undisturbed and contained no intrusive roots. The situation of the deposit would suggest it was waterlogged for most of the year.

ID: 15127, C14 ID: AA 12598 Date BP: 3255 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Axminster Bypass; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1230BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; taken at a depth of 1.79-1.82m, from the basal 0.02m of a silted watercourse (see also AA-12598).

ID: 15128, C14 ID: GU 5289 Date BP: 3230 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Axminster Bypass; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: grain; from pit 4 (50) in hut 3.

ID: 15385, C14 ID: HAR 2940 Date BP: 3020 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Black Patch; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: grain; from the clean chalk floor of pit F49 in hut 1; the expected date was the latest part of the Bronze Age.

ID: 15388, C14 ID: HAR 3736 Date BP: 3080 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3010

Abstract: Black Patch; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the central inhumation lying on truncated sub-soil (Stagno-podzol), below the main body of cairn material.

ID: 15397, C14 ID: HAR 5658 Date BP: 3270 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Borwick: Manor Farm; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; found amongst the human bone of the central excavation (831222).

ID: 15399, C14 ID: HAR 5661 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Borwick: Manor Farm; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; part of an in situ primary inhumation, located inside a cell"" within a limestone boulder enclosure; lying directly on truncated subsoil

ID: 15400, C14 ID: HAR 6857 Date BP: 3440 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Borwick: Manor Farm; 1984-85

Archaeologist Name: underlying the main body of the cairn material.""

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a composite sample from the north-south bank (layers 8, 9 and 10) taken in both sample areas A and B and combined to give a suitably sized sample.

ID: 15158, C14 ID: OxA 2292 Date BP: 3070 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Bar Brook, Peak District; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a composite sample from the lower portion of layer 9 in the southern bank, sample area B.

ID: 15162, C14 ID: OxA 2356 Date BP: 3190 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Bar Brook, Peak District; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1230BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from burial 25.

ID: 15171, C14 ID: HAR 1156 Date BP: 3230 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Barnack: Gravel Pit; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from burial 37a.

ID: 15175, C14 ID: HAR 1207 Date BP: 3400 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Barnack: Gravel Pit; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from secondary burial 39a.

ID: 15176, C14 ID: HAR 1430 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Barnack: Gravel Pit; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from burial 26, in a coffin (submitted as a check on HAR-1206).

ID: 15177, C14 ID: HAR 1612 Date BP: 3290 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3210

Abstract: Barnack: Gravel Pit; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the forested period preceding the first major clearance.

ID: 15184, C14 ID: HAR 9028 Date BP: 3070 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Barnard Castle: Moss Mire; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; context 61, artefact 6020; an occupation deposit within unit 6a of the Brean Down sequence.

ID: 15437, C14 ID: HAR 8991 Date BP: 3120 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Brean Down; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; artefact no. 60521 from the dry sieving of the basal palaeosol, context 63, unit 8a, in grid square 12/13.

ID: 15439, C14 ID: HAR 8993 Date BP: 3390 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Brean Down; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; bone find no. 1352 from context 16, unit 4.

ID: 15441, C14 ID: HAR 9153 Date BP: 3100 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Brean Down; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; bone find 2056 from context 16, unit 4.

ID: 15442, C14 ID: HAR 9155 Date BP: 3400 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Brean Down; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from feature 1018, context 521: one of three inverted urns (Brown and Kinnes 1995, table 12.3, 359), together with GU-5100 and GU-5101. The matrices of all fills in this series surrounding cremation vessels, and of fills inside the vessels were similar, ranging from sandy silt loam to loamy sand. The subsoil was coarse sandy fluvial glacial drift with overlying horizons of silty loessic material. Pebbles were common within the drift.

ID: 15444, C14 ID: GU 5099 Date BP: 3180 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Brightlingsea: Moverons Pit; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; as GU-5099 (Brown and Kinnes 1995, table 12.3, 374).

ID: 15445, C14 ID: GU 5100 Date BP: 3180 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Brightlingsea: Moverons Pit; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1210BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; associated with Brown 1995 (table 12.3, 325). See GU-5099.

ID: 15446, C14 ID: GU 5101 Date BP: 3210 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Brightlingsea: Moverons Pit; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; one of two upright urns together with GU-5103 (Bown and Kinnes 1995, Table 12.3, 345-6). See also GU-5099.

ID: 15447, C14 ID: GU 5102 Date BP: 3490 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Brightlingsea: Moverons Pit; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; one of two upright urns (Brown and Kinnes 1995, table 12.3, 364), together with GU-5102.

ID: 15448, C14 ID: GU 5103 Date BP: 3240 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3170

Abstract: Brightlingsea: Moverons Pit; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; one of two un-urned cremations together with GU-5105. This sample was from the northern edge of the cemetery. See also GU-5099.

ID: 15449, C14 ID: GU 5104 Date BP: 3450 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Brightlingsea: Moverons Pit; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; one of two un-urned cremations together with GU-5104. See also GU-5099.

ID: 15450, C14 ID: GU 5105 Date BP: 3080 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3020

Abstract: Brightlingsea: Moverons Pit; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a concentration of charcoal in the initial silts at the base of a small ring ditch.

ID: 15204, C14 ID: HAR 1591 Date BP: 3370 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3270

Abstract: Barton-under-Needwood: Catholme; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 1035, a mid dark brown clay silt. The context contained considerable quantities of charcoal, but of a very small size thus only a small amount was recovered. The layer starts at 162cm and finishes at 176cm below the ground surface. This layer is not calcareous as no snails were present. Below this context is the probable buried soil 1038, and above is the first colluvial layer 1034.

ID: 15470, C14 ID: OxA 3080 Date BP: 3260 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Brighton Bypass: Toadhole Bottom East; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from grey-brown fine soil with charcoal, interpreted as a burnt post rotted in situ, set in a hole packed with light brown sandy soil.

ID: 15218, C14 ID: HAR 950 Date BP: 3410 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Barton-under-Needwood: Catholme; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; context 103; from a feature sealed by the compacted clay floor (context 60) of a stone roundhouse of probable middle Bronze Age date.

ID: 15423, C14 ID: HAR 7016 Date BP: 3420 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Brean Down; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; context 163, unit 6a; from within the floor of an oval stone built Bronze Age structure (57). This structure is separated by a layer of blown sand, from the overlying Bronze Age occupation horizon.

ID: 15428, C14 ID: HAR 7020 Date BP: 3310 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3230

Abstract: Brean Down; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit dug in the surface of unit 8a (Neolithic and Beaker). The pit was examined by H Taylor in 1936 and found to contain two beaker pots. It was interpreted as a burial. Although the sample was taken in 1936 it was considered to be reliable by A ApSimon who catalogued the material in 1947-9.

ID: 15433, C14 ID: HAR 8547 Date BP: 3460 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Brean Down; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; HAR-8371 and HAR-8372 are from F137, a ritual pit containing cremated human bone, located towards the periphery of the mound. It is not clear if it was a secondary insertion.

ID: 15234, C14 ID: HAR 8371 Date BP: 3200 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Basingstoke: Buckskin Barrows; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; HAR-8371 and HAR-8372 are from F137, a ritual pit containing cremated human bone, located towards the periphery of the mound. It is not clear if it was a secondary insertion.

ID: 15235, C14 ID: HAR 8372 Date BP: 3220 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3090

Abstract: Basingstoke: Buckskin Barrows; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from beneath a Bronze Age barrow; in a deposit of burnt flint, calcined bone, and pottery fragments.

ID: 15239, C14 ID: HAR 6614 Date BP: 3440 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3360

Abstract: Bawsey: Mintlyn Wood; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from the primary silt of the henge ditch, layer 2642, overlying isolated solution deposit 2642; the silt was fine and sandy, 5cm wide, and formed a continuous deposit (possibly deliberate) around the length of the ditch. The bone was c 70cm below the ground surface.

ID: 15452, C14 ID: OxA 3153 Date BP: 3480 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Brighton Bypass: Mile Oak; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from the top of a posthole forming an eight ?post structure within a middle Bronze Age metalworking complex; sealed by a late Bronze Age mound.

ID: 15453, C14 ID: OxA 3154 Date BP: 3050 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Brighton Bypass: Mile Oak; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; taken during the excavation of the Sourton Trackway, recovered from layer 1095, a dark humic soil immediately below the metalled surface. This sample contains fragments of bark, which have been separated out for radiocarbon analysis. The dark humic layer 1095 was extensive and appeared to be well-sealed and undisturbed.

ID: 15001, C14 ID: OxA 3390 Date BP: 3340 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3270

Abstract: A30: Sourton Down, occupation; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1232BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from pollen site 1 (see UB-3283): taken at a depth of 132-133cm.

ID: 15022, C14 ID: UB 3288 Date BP: 3232 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3282, End BP: 3182

Abstract: A66 Stainmore Pass: pollen site 1; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: grain; from house gully 13, which enclosed an Iron Age structure.

ID: 15036, C14 ID: HAR 1248 Date BP: 3360 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3230

Abstract: Abingdon: Ashville Trading Estate [Map]; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a burial possibly contemporary with HAR-4796, but stratigraphically later than HAR-4819 (MF160i) which failed.

ID: 15298, C14 ID: HAR 4791 Date BP: 3170 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3100

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from a ring ditch, which contained fragments of a middle Bronze Age bucket urn and surrounded several burial deposits.

ID: 15303, C14 ID: HAR 4796 Date BP: 3080 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 2990

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the primary burial; the other leg was submitted as sample HAR-942.

ID: 15065, C14 ID: HAR 1811 Date BP: 3190 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3110

Abstract: Alfriston; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation burial within a ring ditch.

ID: 15311, C14 ID: HAR 4822 Date BP: 3380 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; the sediment lies in the middle of the peat profile.

ID: 15073, C14 ID: HAR 8974 Date BP: 3280 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Amble: Low Hauxley; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; the sediment lies in middle of the peat profile.

ID: 15074, C14 ID: HAR 8975 Date BP: 3360 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Amble: Low Hauxley; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from cremation grave 2 beneath barrow 61.

ID: 15078, C14 ID: HAR 10514 Date BP: 3290 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3210

Abstract: Amesbury: New Barn Down; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Barrow 58. The sample consists of charcoal fragments incorporated into the loam core of a bell barrow.

ID: 15082, C14 ID: HAR 6226 Date BP: 3310 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3230

Abstract: Amesbury: New Barn Down; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the southern ditch, 7503, in area 11: a ditch of a possible cursus. The ditch was up to 1.9m wide and 0.8m deep; V profiled and with a broadly uniform fill sequence throughout its length. Sandy loam fills succeeded deep (up to 0.3m) clayey, sandy silt, primary fill.

ID: 15100, C14 ID: HAR 5129 Date BP: 3050 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Ardleigh; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a Bronze Age cremation; cremation 7245 in area 7.

ID: 15101, C14 ID: HAR 5743 Date BP: 3020 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 2920

Abstract: Ardleigh; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from trench A, context 43; a layer of charcoal and burnt flint (see also HAR-7033).

ID: 16089, C14 ID: HAR 7034 Date BP: 3040 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Ferring, Littlehampton; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1004BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; this sample forms part of a series of six to be taken from two pieces of wood, with overlapping ring-series. The samples are taken to provide six high-precision dates for a wigglematch date on the timbers.

ID: 16102, C14 ID: UB 3422 Date BP: 3004 +/- 19, Start Date BP: 3023, End BP: 2985

Abstract: Flag Fen: wiggle-matching; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1061BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; this sample forms part of a series of six to be taken from two pieces of wood, with overlapping ring-series. The samples are taken to provide six high-precision dates for a wigglematch date on the timbers.

ID: 16103, C14 ID: UB 3423 Date BP: 3061 +/- 21, Start Date BP: 3082, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Flag Fen: wiggle-matching; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the lowest level on the site, lying on top of natural. The deposit is sealed by thirteenth-century AD occupation.

ID: 15893, C14 ID: HAR 8365 Date BP: 3350 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Durham: Milburngate; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1320BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; from primary silting of east quarry.

ID: 16108, C14 ID: HAR 8518 Date BP: 3320 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Folkton Wolds: Sharpe Howes 2; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a layer of black soil at the bottom of a large Iron Age grave, c 1.87m below the bulldozed gravel surface and associated with an extended inhumation; neither this nor any other sample have been contaminated at any time.

ID: 16119, C14 ID: HAR 1227 Date BP: 3200 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Garton Slack; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: soil; acid buried soil beneath bank.

ID: 16376, C14 ID: HAR 6186 Date BP: 3350 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Hengistbury Head; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1155BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the four samples, OxA-2422, OxA-2423, OxA-2424, and OxA-2425, all came from within a c 2.0m x 1.5m patch of soil (36) adjacent to, and later than, a prehistoric wall (16). Soil 36 comprised a mottled sandy loam containing scattered pieces of charcoal, calcined bone, and burnt gritstones. Under one end of 36 was a small pit with burnt sides (40) containing further charcoal and a cremation. The upper portions of this had been disturbed by clearance of surrounding stones in prehistory (39) (probably subsequent to the pit). Thus it was difficult to demonstrate with certainty the stratigraphic relationship between the pit (40) and the pyre (39). To avoid this problem the charcoal has been divided in two and a preferred sample of pieces found well away from 39/40 should be dated independently. 36 as a whole was sealed by a thin prehistoric soil (18), covered in turn by a gritty sand (10) left after an intense peat fire in the 1940's. However, the intervening layer was unbroken except by small numbers of rootlets.

ID: 15903, C14 ID: OxA 2422 Date BP: 3155 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3235, End BP: 3075

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the four samples, OxA-2422, OxA-2423, OxA-2424, and OxA-2425, all came from within a c 2.0m x 1.5m patch of soil (36) adjacent to, and later than, a prehistoric wall (16). Soil 36 comprised a mottled sandy loam containing scattered pieces of charcoal, calcined bone, and burnt gritstones. Under one end of 36 was a small pit with burnt sides (40) containing further charcoal and a cremation. The upper portions of this had been disturbed by clearance of surrounding stones in prehistory (39) (probably subsequent to the pit). Thus it was difficult to demonstrate with certainty the stratigraphic relationship between the pit (40) and the pyre (39). To avoid this problem the charcoal has been divided in two and a preferred sample of pieces found well away from 39/40 should be dated independently. 36 as a whole was sealed by a thin prehistoric soil (18), covered in turn by a gritty sand (10) left after an intense peat fire in the 1940's. However, the intervening layer was unbroken except by small numbers of rootlets.

ID: 15904, C14 ID: OxA 2423 Date BP: 3220 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3150

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1105BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the four samples, OxA-2422, OxA-2423, OxA-2424, and OxA-2425, all came from within a c 2.0m x 1.5m patch of soil (36) adjacent to, and later than, a prehistoric wall (16). Soil 36 comprised a mottled sandy loam containing scattered pieces of charcoal, calcined bone, and burnt gritstones. Under one end of 36 was a small pit with burnt sides (40) containing further charcoal and a cremation. The upper portions of this had been disturbed by clearance of surrounding stones in prehistory (39) (probably subsequent to the pit). Thus it was difficult to demonstrate with certainty the stratigraphic relationship between the pit (40) and the pyre (39). To avoid this problem the charcoal has been divided in two and a preferred sample of pieces found well away from 39/40 should be dated independently. 36 as a whole was sealed by a thin prehistoric soil (18), covered in turn by a gritty sand (10) left after an intense peat fire in the 1940's. However, the intervening layer was unbroken except by small numbers of rootlets.

ID: 15905, C14 ID: OxA 2424 Date BP: 3105 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3185, End BP: 3025

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1462BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from pit 1, section O3/P3.

ID: 16133, C14 ID: HAR 2491 Date BP: 3462 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3532, End BP: 3392

Abstract: Garton Slack; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from posthole 3, Ext Section V2, c 0.76m below the surface prior to August 1973.

ID: 16134, C14 ID: HAR 2492 Date BP: 3370 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Garton Slack; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation burial, c 0.29m below the surface prior to October 1972.

ID: 16135, C14 ID: HAR 2493 Date BP: 3350 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3270

Abstract: Garton Slack; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from fire pit F5, used for cremating bones. The sample was sealed by turf and the feature belongs to the phase 2 barrow; see also HAR-5536 for a further measurement of the same phase.

ID: 15659, C14 ID: HAR 5535 Date BP: 3400 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Church Lawton; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1300BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from fire pit F11, associated with phase 2 of the barrow.

ID: 15660, C14 ID: HAR 5536 Date BP: 3300 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Church Lawton; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from within a prehistoric salt-working hearth, associated with abundant briquetage and a little flint-gritted pottery. The site was located at the contemporary High Water Mark in Fenn Creek, a tributary of the River Crouch, and sealed by grey estuarine clay deposited by a precursor of Fenn Creek. The charcoal includes oak and hazel/alder with some charred cereals.

ID: 16467, C14 ID: HAR 5733 Date BP: 3020 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 2930

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Crouch 2; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the burnt lid of a ?primary crouched inhumation. No skeleton remained because the soil was very acid. The pit cut the old ground surface and was sealed by the sand of phase 2 of the barrow.

ID: 15661, C14 ID: HAR 5537 Date BP: 3490 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Church Lawton; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from inside a food vessel from a satellite burial in phase I. The feature was sealed by the sand of the mound. No cremation was present.

ID: 15663, C14 ID: HAR 5539 Date BP: 3500 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Church Lawton; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit containing a food vessel in a satellite burial in phase I. No associated cremation was present.

ID: 15664, C14 ID: HAR 5541 Date BP: 3500 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Church Lawton; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pot P6 containing a cremation burial, located in pit 536 outside the kerb of the cairn.

ID: 15669, C14 ID: HAR 6654 Date BP: 3110 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3180, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Chysauster; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pit 502 containing an unurned cremation. The pit lay outside the kerb of the cairn and was one of six pits with probable cremations found around the cairn, but not containing burial pots.

ID: 15671, C14 ID: HAR 6926 Date BP: 3150 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3060

Abstract: Chysauster; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pit 544 containing a cremation and a rim sherd of decorated pottery (Pot 7). The pit was close to but outside the kerb of the cairn.

ID: 15672, C14 ID: HAR 6927 Date BP: 3280 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Chysauster; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pot P5 containing a cremation burial, located in pit 540 outside the kerb of the cairn but sealed beneath a layer of cobbling.

ID: 15673, C14 ID: OxA 821 Date BP: 3330 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Chysauster; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pot P1 containing a cremation burial, located in pit 549 below the cairn but near the centre of it.

ID: 15674, C14 ID: OxA 822 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Chysauster; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1105BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the four samples, OxA-2422, OxA-2423, OxA-2424, and OxA-2425, all came from within a c 2.0m x 1.5m patch of soil (36) adjacent to, and later than, a prehistoric wall (16). Soil 36 comprised a mottled sandy loam containing scattered pieces of charcoal, calcined bone, and burnt gritstones. Under one end of 36 was a small pit with burnt sides (40) containing further charcoal and a cremation. The upper portions of this had been disturbed by clearance of surrounding stones in prehistory (39) (probably subsequent to the pit). Thus it was difficult to demonstrate with certainty the stratigraphic relationship between the pit (40) and the pyre (39). To avoid this problem the charcoal has been divided in two and a preferred sample of pieces found well away from 39/40 should be dated independently. 36 as a whole was sealed by a thin prehistoric soil (18), covered in turn by a gritty sand (10) left after an intense peat fire in the 1940's. However, the intervening layer was unbroken except by small numbers of rootlets.

ID: 15906, C14 ID: OxA 2425 Date BP: 3105 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3185, End BP: 3025

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1250BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a scatter of charcoal combined to make a single sample (comprising samples 1023/1029/1032) derived from a small area under a small cairn containing a cremation and an enlarged food vessel on a slab. The charcoal was directly under three of the stones of the feature and should relate directly to its construction. The feature was undisturbed and there is little or no chance of contamination.

ID: 15907, C14 ID: OxA 3090 Date BP: 3250 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3170

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; sealed within the upper fill (context 684) of cremation pit 173. It was associated with only a few cremated bones and Quercus sp. charcoal. The lower fill had much of the cremation with exclusively Quercus sp. charcoal. The upper fill was placed in the pit immediately after the lower as part of the same event. There was no obvious disturbance except for small numbers of small rootlets.

ID: 15908, C14 ID: OxA 3091 Date BP: 3420 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; sealed within a small cordoned urn associated with a cremation, a bone whistle, and lithics; all within a small pit (21). Although the edge of the pit was clipped by a modern drain this did not affect the fill of the urn significantly. There is little chance of contamination.

ID: 15909, C14 ID: OxA 3245 Date BP: 3430 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from charcoal sealed immediately under a stone bank.

ID: 15910, C14 ID: OxA 3549 Date BP: 3480 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3555, End BP: 3405

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; sealed within a cordoned urn associated with a smashed second cordoned urn and two faience beads; all within small pit 218, covered by a gritstone slab, all under cairn 217. There were no signs of disturbance, so the sample is highly unlikely to be contaminated. The urn was opened under controlled conditions in a museum and therefore unlikely to be contaminated at this stage.

ID: 15911, C14 ID: OxA 3550 Date BP: 3360 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3435, End BP: 3285

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a single discrete scatter of charcoal (EF90 samples 1098/1099) sealed immediately under a stone bank (120) at its eastern end. The charcoal is likely to have been deposited immediately before the construction of the feature. The feature is one in a long linear arrangement and is approximately in the middle of the chronological sequence. The feature was undisturbed and there is little or no chance of contamination.

ID: 15912, C14 ID: GU 5127 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; found within a large cordoned urn associated with a cremation, all within pit 35. Although the fill was disturbed by vole runs there seems little chance of contamination as there are no trees near the site, thus modern Betula sp. is unlikely to have entered the feature. Equally, burnt heather was not identified which is the one indicator of contamination to be expected.

ID: 15915, C14 ID: GU 5130 Date BP: 3480 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from a cremation (9265) of a young adult, cut into the upper fill of a transverse ditch, within the interior of the Neolithic enclosure.The western end of the ditch curved around a posthole, part of a series located within the enclosure and the eastern end was cut through a small square enclosure ditch.

ID: 16166, C14 ID: OxA 3366 Date BP: 3390 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3465, End BP: 3315

Abstract: Godmanchester: Rectory Farm; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the buried land surface beneath the barrow, associated with a cremation with an ogival bronze dagger.

ID: 16409, C14 ID: HAR 3599 Date BP: 3340 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3270

Abstract: Hodcott Down; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the buried land surface, as HAR-3599.

ID: 16410, C14 ID: HAR 3607 Date BP: 3490 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Hodcott Down; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the buried land surface, as HAR-3599.

ID: 16411, C14 ID: HAR 3608 Date BP: 3370 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Hodcott Down; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1230BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; a piece of bog oak; one of a group found near to the log boat.Sample A has rings 120-140 of a 339+ year-old tree.

ID: 16422, C14 ID: HAR 7024 Date BP: 3230 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Holme-on-Spalding Moor: Hasholme Farm; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: soil; from a bulk peat sample.

ID: 16423, C14 ID: HAR 1749 Date BP: 3010 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2930

Abstract: Horbling Fen; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from burial pit, which contained an unurned cremation, roughly central to the ring ditch.

ID: 15680, C14 ID: HAR 5405 Date BP: 3310 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Clacton: Rush Green; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from burial pit, which contained an unurned cremation, roughly central to the ring ditch.

ID: 15681, C14 ID: HAR 5406 Date BP: 3040 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 2960

Abstract: Clacton: Rush Green; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the third central cremation burial which postdates two others and so may be a later insertion, connected with the later enlargement phase of the monument.

ID: 15920, C14 ID: HAR 3941 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Eaton; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a hearth feature in the partially silted second barrow ditch; after the initial construction of the mound, but before the subsequent enlargements of the Bronze Age multi-ring barrow.

ID: 15921, C14 ID: HAR 3942 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Eaton; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a length of wattle fence or lining present along the side of one of a group of pits similar size and form.These were all cut into a junction between the ditches of the Neolithic 'enclosure' and a later cursus.

ID: 16174, C14 ID: GU 5213 Date BP: 3240 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Godmanchester: Rectory Farm; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; an occupation deposit from barrow 1, from the first phase of the ring ditch and therefore after the erection of the barrow but before its refurbishment as indicated by the phase 2 ring ditch. The sample is associated with flint scrapers.

ID: 15708, C14 ID: HAR 4897 Date BP: 3460 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Cossington; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1395BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; this pit is cut through the barrow soil, but beneath the Bronze Age barrow mound. Other pits beneath the mound produced later Beaker period pottery.

ID: 15935, C14 ID: Q 3098 Date BP: 3395 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3435, End BP: 3355

Abstract: Etton Landscape, Maxey; 1987-88

Archaeologist Name:

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the only waterlogged prehistoric ditch feature on the site with excellent environment preservation.

ID: 15938, C14 ID: Q 3147 Date BP: 3040 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3085, End BP: 2995

Abstract: Etton Landscape, Maxey; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a well lined with split timber and wattling, within the Bronze Age field system. The well contained excellent environmental evidence; eg pollen, seeds, insects, and also earlier Bronze Age pottery.

ID: 15939, C14 ID: Q 3148 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Etton Landscape, Maxey; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a feature sealed by barrow 1 containing late period pottery.

ID: 15941, C14 ID: Q 3150 Date BP: 3340 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Etton Landscape, Maxey; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1379BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 1/F/1-2, the stabilised fill of an unusual hengiform ring trench. The sample is not from slumped topsoil but part of a more extensive patchy spread of charcoal from this level in the ditch.

ID: 16187, C14 ID: UB 3126 Date BP: 3379 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3419, End BP: 3339

Abstract: Gravelly Guy: Stanton Harcourt; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Area G, F4, within the primary silt of the barrow ditch, near to HAR-1147.

ID: 16196, C14 ID: HAR 1145 Date BP: 3360 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Grendon; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Area G, F4, near to HAR-1145.

ID: 16197, C14 ID: HAR 1147 Date BP: 3100 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Grendon; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F41, a round pit, possibly deliberately backfilled; the charcoal was evenly distributed in the sandy fill.

ID: 16198, C14 ID: HAR 1148 Date BP: 3350 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Grendon; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F48, a square pit.

ID: 16199, C14 ID: HAR 1149 Date BP: 3400 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Grendon; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from cremation 3, a patch of charcoal and bone near to the base of the ploughsoil, found during initial machine clearance.

ID: 16200, C14 ID: HAR 1150 Date BP: 3090 +/- 210, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 2880

Abstract: Grendon; 1975-76

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F1, Section W, the upper fill of the outer ditch.

ID: 16201, C14 ID: HAR 1153 Date BP: 3330 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Grendon; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1250BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a horizontal timber (split segment of the Fraxinus sp.) forming part of a wooden trackway resting on the old land surface on the London Clay 'head'. This sample was stratigraphically equivalent to HAR-5734, and was covered by estuarine clay.

ID: 16471, C14 ID: HAR 5735 Date BP: 3250 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Crouch 29; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from a posthole common to the north side of a large trapezoid enclosure and small structure (E). Other details are as OxA-2307.

ID: 16485, C14 ID: OxA 2308 Date BP: 3370 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Hunstanton: Redgate Hill; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a satellite cremation in barrow 2, associated with a collared urn of 'primary series' with whipped cord decoration.

ID: 15709, C14 ID: HAR 4898 Date BP: 3390 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Cossington; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from sub-site F862, layer 4, between sections 9-10, at 1.25m below the surface: from part of a large log found at the bottom of a deep, early Bronze Age, ditch. Bark was intact and the sample is from immediately below it.

ID: 15959, C14 ID: HAR 3204 Date BP: 3140 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3220, End BP: 3060

Abstract: Fengate: 38 Cat's Water; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation pit pyre in the bank of a primary early Bronze Age barrow.

ID: 16219, C14 ID: HAR 6177 Date BP: 3190 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Haddenham: Snow's Farm Barrow; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1394BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small pit (451), apparently undisturbed, close to the large central pit from which collared urns with cremated bone were extracted in the nineteenth century AD. It is presumed to date the use of the ring cairn, though its exact relationship to the construction of the ring and digging of the central pit is unknown. There is no evidence of disturbance by the nineteenth-century diggers.

ID: 15734, C14 ID: UB 3192 Date BP: 3394 +/- 39, Start Date BP: 3433, End BP: 3355

Abstract: Danby Rigg; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a well preserved pyre base on the old ground surface below a few centimetres of preserved barrow material. The charcoal layer of the pyre was cut by primary grave F266 which yielded HAR-6560.

ID: 15487, C14 ID: HAR 6547 Date BP: 3460 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Bromfield; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary cremation grave F266 in the centre of barrow B15, below the barrow turf but cut through the pyre layer. It will presumably be derived from the pyre and be of the same date as HAR-6547.

ID: 15488, C14 ID: HAR 6560 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Bromfield; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from cremation grave F272 in a small cemetery of which other graves contained sherds of ?late Beaker/early Bronze Age pottery, not represented previously at Bromfield. The grave was not sealed and it held no artefacts.

ID: 15490, C14 ID: HAR 6566 Date BP: 3090 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3020

Abstract: Bromfield; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; this sample was a piece of wood collected from the base of the marine/brackish clay in cutting A, recovered from an altitude of approximately -0.20m OD (Evans and Hodder 2006a, Fig 2.13). It overlies a substantial later Mesolithic and Neolithic flint assemblage.

ID: 15980, C14 ID: Q 2535 Date BP: 3180 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Fenland Project: Foulmire Fen; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; this bark sample was located within the basal peat, from cutting B, at an altitude of approximately -0.30m OD (Evans and Hodder 2006a, Fig 2.14). The bark was spread, possibly by human agency, on the surface of the sand terrace, upon which was extensive later Mesolithic and Neolithic occupation.

ID: 15981, C14 ID: Q 2536 Date BP: 3430 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Fenland Project: Foulmire Fen; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from 1cm above the regressive contact between a marine/brackish clay and the upper peat, at an altitude of -0.095 to -0.115m OD.

ID: 15982, C14 ID: Q 2501 Date BP: 3260 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Fenland Project: Foulmire Fen A; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper peat at its regressive contact with underlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -0.12 to -0.16m OD.

ID: 15986, C14 ID: Q 2505 Date BP: 3340 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Fenland Project: Foulmire Fen B; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from one of the eight postholes constituting an inner ring of roof supports belonging to the excavated roundhouse.

ID: 16249, C14 ID: HAR 8184 Date BP: 3130 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Hallshill; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a 'clearance horizon' within ditch silts.

ID: 15500, C14 ID: HAR 2749 Date BP: 3030 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Burghfield: Heron's House; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; feature 3, associated with a Deverel-Rimbury urn, which was cut into a partially silted ring ditch.

ID: 15501, C14 ID: HAR 2754 Date BP: 3050 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Burghfield: Heron's House; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a layer 2 of rubbish pit 12; the pottery is broadly similar to that from pit 5 and the expected date should be comparable to HAR-1011 and HAR-1012, although pit 12 had been recut at least twice so there is a risk that some material could be residual.

ID: 15504, C14 ID: HAR 1013 Date BP: 3050 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 2960

Abstract: Burghfield: Knight's Farm; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1135BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper, transgressive contact of the lower intercalated peat bed at this site, at an altitude of +0.03 to +0.01m OD.

ID: 15994, C14 ID: Q 2827 Date BP: 3135 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3185, End BP: 3085

Abstract: Fenland Project: Friskney; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the lower, regressive contact of the lower intercalated peat bed at this site, at an altitude of -0.03 to -0.05m OD.

ID: 15995, C14 ID: Q 2828 Date BP: 3260 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3210

Abstract: Fenland Project: Friskney; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from within an intercalated peat bed, at an altitude of -0.40 to -0.42m OD.

ID: 16006, C14 ID: Q 2561 Date BP: 3090 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Fenland Project: Hobhole A; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the lower, regressive contact of an intercalated peat bed, at an altitude of -0.44 to -0.46m OD.

ID: 16007, C14 ID: Q 2562 Date BP: 3310 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3375, End BP: 3245

Abstract: Fenland Project: Hobhole A; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; recovered from the calcined flint mound; trench 2, layer 1A, section 2.

ID: 16267, C14 ID: HAR 6529 Date BP: 3160 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3090

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Everley Water Meadow; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; recovered from the calcined flint mound: from trench 3, layer 4, section 6.

ID: 16268, C14 ID: HAR 6530 Date BP: 3090 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3010

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Everley Water Meadow; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; recovered from the calcined flint mound: trench 3, layer 4, section 6.

ID: 16269, C14 ID: HAR 6531 Date BP: 3070 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Everley Water Meadow; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper, transgressive contact of an intercalated peat bed, at an altitude of +0.19 to +0.17m OD.

ID: 16008, C14 ID: Q 2563 Date BP: 3120 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3050

Abstract: Fenland Project: Hobhole B; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the lower, regressive contact of an intercalated peat bed, at an altitude of +0.13 to +0.11m OD.

ID: 16009, C14 ID: Q 2564 Date BP: 3390 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Fenland Project: Hobhole B; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from close to the contact of an upper peat bed, at an altitude of -0.185 to -0.215m OD (TF35905812).

ID: 16020, C14 ID: Q 2526 Date BP: 3170 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3100

Abstract: Fenland Project: Midville; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; collection of human bone essentially disarticulated but possibly partly articulated when buried at the base of, and mixed in with, the latest stone spread of the cairn. The burial would appear to have been cut through this latest level.

ID: 16285, C14 ID: OxA 1834 Date BP: 3360 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Hardendale Nab; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a central deposit of barrow 16.

ID: 15814, C14 ID: HAR 8098 Date BP: 3440 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Davidstow Moor; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1445BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper, transgressive contact of the basal peat, at an altitude of -2.08 to -2.20m OD.

ID: 16028, C14 ID: Q 2600 Date BP: 3445 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3515, End BP: 3375

Abstract: Fenland Project: Morton Fen South Drove; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; the faunal assemblage is remarkable for both the quality and quantity of it microfauna.Because of the stony structure of the cairn, it is possible that at least some of the microfauna are post cairn intrusions.

ID: 16286, C14 ID: OxA 1835 Date BP: 3290 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Hardendale Nab; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a collection of human bones, with no real articulation apart perhaps from part of the rib cage, set into limestone natural.Below the kerb of the phase 2 ring cairn. The site lies on limestone with the cairn primarily constructed out of limestone, some pink granite, and basalt. Excavations took place at the time of the Chernobyl disaster, although the sample was excavated within a day of being uncovered, so contamination is unlikely.

ID: 16288, C14 ID: OxA 2127 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Hardendale Nab; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a deposit of burned material, including sand, on the bedrock floor of the circular building.

ID: 16291, C14 ID: HAR 1923 Date BP: 3460 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Harlyn Bay; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; appears to be the contents of a post-pipe within a posthole, sealed by ploughsoil and subsoil approximately 0.4m deep.

ID: 16296, C14 ID: OxA 3638 Date BP: 3420 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Harston: Manor Farm; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a charcoal spread (7.1), whose thickest depth was 0.05m sealed by ploughsoil. The charcoal layer seals and fills stakeholes cut into burnt chalk-marl (7.0), and partly seals a cremation pit. This deposit is therefore seen as part of the burial phase and has been truncated by recent ploughing. The thickness of the ploughsoil was only 0.10-0.15m above the charcoal layer.

ID: 16297, C14 ID: OxA 3639 Date BP: 3460 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Harston: Manor Farm; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of grave pit C.

ID: 15547, C14 ID: HAR 488 Date BP: 3460 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Butterbump; 1973-74

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from hearth C above and around grave C.

ID: 15548, C14 ID: HAR 489 Date BP: 3070 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Butterbump; 1973-74

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; combined samples from above and around feature A cremation.

ID: 15550, C14 ID: HAR 491 Date BP: 3470 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3390

Abstract: Butterbump; 1973-74

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a Beaker occupation layer on the edge of, and over, the first mound.

ID: 15559, C14 ID: HAR 1448 Date BP: 3480 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Callis Wold; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a crouched inhumation cut into the lower silts of a boundary ditch, which in turn cuts and replaces the south eastern side of an early-middle Bronze Age enclosure.

ID: 15830, C14 ID: HAR 9160 Date BP: 3200 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3110

Abstract: Dorchester Bypass: Middle Farm; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from borehole 24 at an altitude of -0.705 to -0.735m OD, at the boundary of pollen zones RM-2 and RM-3 (the transition from willow carr to sedge fen).

ID: 16056, C14 ID: Q 2594 Date BP: 3030 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Fenland Project: Redmere; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: waterlogged plant macrofossil; from Dover 6 east piece 5, V403, V402 and V401, below 166N cut. The moss was found under the boat and had been used as sealant. The environment is calcarious and there may be some danger of contamination or hard water error.

ID: 15846, C14 ID: GU 5291 Date BP: 3490 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3440

Abstract: Dover Boat: wigglematching; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1425BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the lower, regressive contact of the intercalated peat bed, at an altitude of -0.14 to -0.22m OD.

ID: 16067, C14 ID: Q 2807 Date BP: 3425 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3495, End BP: 3355

Abstract: Fenland Project: Thorpe Culvert; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1075BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from within an intercalated peat, at an altitude of -0.85 to -0.89m OD. Not from a sedimentary contact as are all the other samples in this series.

ID: 16072, C14 ID: Q 2820 Date BP: 3075 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3125, End BP: 3025

Abstract: Fenland Project: Welney Washes; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1250BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the base of the upper peat at its regressive contact with the brackish/marine clay beneath, at an altitude of -2.93 to -2.96m OD.

ID: 16078, C14 ID: Q 2811 Date BP: 3250 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3180

Abstract: Fenland Project: Whittlesey Mere; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1385BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from a layer of thick relatively undisturbed organic sedge peat at an altitude of -1.38 to -1.48m OD, at the boundary of pollen zones WF-3/WF-4.

ID: 16080, C14 ID: Q 2597 Date BP: 3385 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Fenland Project: Wicken Fen; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; seated beneath an intact food vessel in a partly robbed cist.

ID: 16335, C14 ID: HAR 4933 Date BP: 3240 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Hawsker: Gnipe Howe Round Barrow; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; associated with Urn III and found in Quad B. The sample was resting on the stones of the cairn and was sealed by the final capping mound.

ID: 16336, C14 ID: HAR 8773 Date BP: 3440 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Hawsker: Gnipe Howe Round Barrow; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a disturbed and robbed cremation cist, which was located in the centre of the mound. The sample comes from the bottom of the cist where the deposits remained in situ with an intact food vessel.

ID: 16338, C14 ID: HAR 8787 Date BP: 3500 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Hawsker: Gnipe Howe Round Barrow; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a Bronze Age occupation layer (0418) spreading into the peat.

ID: 16868, C14 ID: HAR 2517 Date BP: 3390 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-130; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from an occupation layer encountered in a trial trench. The sample was extracted by sieving.

ID: 16870, C14 ID: HAR 4629 Date BP: 3190 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1250BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from cremation burial.

ID: 17365, C14 ID: HAR 4443 Date BP: 3250 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3170

Abstract: Ribchester; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small patch of cremated bone (containing ten human long bone fragments) found just inside, or on the edge of, the ring ditch (faint outline unverified at this point). Thought to be a Bronze Age cremation.

ID: 16607, C14 ID: HAR 3741 Date BP: 3340 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Levington: Site LVT024; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: soil; from pit 0901, layer 0911 (5); a waterlogged pit fill from a possible cattle water-hole.

ID: 16871, C14 ID: HAR 5634 Date BP: 3280 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3210

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: soil; from a similar feature to HAR-5634 above.

ID: 16872, C14 ID: HAR 5635 Date BP: 3390 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from occupation spread 0956, an extensive spread of ash and charcoal.

ID: 16875, C14 ID: HAR 5638 Date BP: 3420 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit with abundant charcoal and hazelnut shells.

ID: 16876, C14 ID: HAR 5639 Date BP: 3420 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1396BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; barrow 1; burial 2, a crouched burial laid on topsoil and sealed by the turf stack of the barrow. there was no grave pit. The body was placed immediately before the building of the barrow, possibly in the Beaker period.

ID: 17159, C14 ID: UB 3243 Date BP: 3396 +/- 52, Start Date BP: 3448, End BP: 3344

Abstract: Orton Longueville; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1468BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; barrow 1; burial 6, a crouched inhumation inserted into the top of the barrow. There were no grave goods.

ID: 17160, C14 ID: UB 3244 Date BP: 3468 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3506, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Orton Longueville; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1333BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; barrow 2; burial 17, period 4. The body was crouched in a tight, lined, gravel pit. The burial is assumed to be the last on the site and to be of early Bronze Age date, the actual date is unknown. There were no grave goods.

ID: 17164, C14 ID: UB 3249 Date BP: 3333 +/- 84, Start Date BP: 3417, End BP: 3249

Abstract: Orton Longueville; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; this sample came from soil pit 18, 0.85-86m below the ground surface on the floodplain of a tributary of the river Wolf, below Toft Farm. The occurrence of charcoal and the deposition of alluvial sediments may be associated with early phases of land use in the valley.

ID: 17395, C14 ID: UB 3209 Date BP: 3340 +/- 51, Start Date BP: 3391, End BP: 3289

Abstract: Roadford Reservoir; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1124BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from a transect across a small valley containing a small stream tributary of the river Wolf. The peat was probably waterlogged all through the year since the valley floor is very marshy. This sample came from the base of the earliest peat deposit on top of river gravels. The sample was taken 1.27-1.28m below the surface. It is possibly of prehistoric date.

ID: 17398, C14 ID: UB 3227 Date BP: 3124 +/- 42, Start Date BP: 3166, End BP: 3082

Abstract: Roadford Reservoir; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; this sample was from a peat core 270cm deep. The sample was 85-90cm from the present surface.

ID: 17035, C14 ID: GU 5025 Date BP: 3310 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3180

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Winmarleigh Moss; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; this sample was from a peat core 270cm deep. The sample was 115-120cm from the present surface.

ID: 17037, C14 ID: GU 5027 Date BP: 3500 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3420

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Winmarleigh Moss; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal and human bone; from a crouched burial of a child of c 2-4 years old, buried on the right side, head to the south-east, in a pit cutting a layer of orange/brown alluvium which overlay natural gravel and was sealed by a layer of darker brown alluvium; associated with Late Beaker pottery and flints. The animal bone is presumed to be discarded domestic rubbish.

ID: 17186, C14 ID: HAR 3409 Date BP: 3470 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3390

Abstract: Oxford: The Hamel; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the assumed main secondary burial; represented by a compact mass of cremated bones and two bone toggles, probably contained in a leather bag, beneath HAR-999 and HAR-1000; the date should still be within the Bronze Age.

ID: 17418, C14 ID: HAR 1001 Date BP: 3130 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Roxton: ring ditch (C); 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation in part of an inverted Middle Bronze Age urn, set into the primary fill of the ring ditch; the date should be slightly later than HAR-999.

ID: 17420, C14 ID: HAR 1003 Date BP: 3200 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3150

Abstract: Roxton: ring ditch (C); 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; sample 4 from inner causewayed ditch segment, feature 41, layers 41, 42 (68). A combined sample of 73, 77, and 80. Fill of pit or third recut, post dates sample 3.

ID: 17051, C14 ID: HAR 2284 Date BP: 3460 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Northampton: Briar Hill; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F275, the fill around the remains of a Bucket Urn, containing cremated bone, in the interior of the enclosure; probably Early Bronze Age.

ID: 17059, C14 ID: HAR 4065 Date BP: 3180 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3110

Abstract: Northampton: Briar Hill; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from one of a series of branches collapsed on the ancient river bank, from the same context as HAR-3114.

ID: 17433, C14 ID: HAR 3116 Date BP: 3090 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Runnymede Bridge; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a combined sample of 288 and 289, from F192B, from the secondary infill of the second cut in a sequence of five in a segment of the main inner ditch. The sample is from a well defined layer of discoloured 'ashy' sand.

ID: 17069, C14 ID: HAR 4110 Date BP: 3410 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Northampton: Briar Hill; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from among the stones forming the bottom layer of the mound, which lay directly on the natural gabbroic clay; sealed by the upper layers, although some fine roots reached down to this layer.

ID: 17213, C14 ID: HAR 2892 Date BP: 3490 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Poldowrian, CAS; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the bottom layer of the mound, c 1m away from HAR-2982.

ID: 17214, C14 ID: HAR 3107 Date BP: 3360 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Poldowrian, CAS; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; associated with cremated bone in a small pit cut into the earth mound, which was sealed by the stones of the cairn cap covering the mound.

ID: 17216, C14 ID: HAR 958 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Pontardulais: Pentre Barrow; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a primary pit (0.60m diameter x 0.55m maximum depth; fill 10YR 2/2; pH value 3.1); this was the only primary feature: thereis no evidence for a cremation or inhumation.

ID: 17218, C14 ID: HAR 2278 Date BP: 3060 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Poole: Canford Heath; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from NN 69, collected from the top of the lower midden in the passage between Houses I and II. Oak and larch were identified in the sample from which Char 3 was extracted, and as larch was a later introduction into the British Isles, it was presumably driftwood. Pottery associated with this sample was sent to Oxford for thermoluminescence dating and gave a result somewhere between 250 and 700 cal BC, which even at the lower end of the range is much earlier than the date suggested on archaeological grounds - first century BC or later.

ID: 17476, C14 ID: HAR 239 Date BP: 3260 +/- 280, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Scilly Isles: Nornour; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: soil; from lowest level of silt (layer 4) in a former channel of the River Chelmer; the estimated date is after the elm decline, ie post 3000 BC, and probably Iron Age.

ID: 16691, C14 ID: HAR 1047 Date BP: 3360 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Little Waltham; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from burnt debris in the wall trench of hut CII-1.

ID: 16693, C14 ID: HAR 1082 Date BP: 3340 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Little Waltham; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the midden was excavated in spits and using a grid of metre squares. Charcoal from two adjacent squares was extracted for dating from levels 4, 7, and 11 as shown below.

ID: 17227, C14 ID: HAR 6982 Date BP: 3130 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Potterne; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the midden was excavated in spits and using a grid of metre squares. Charcoal from two adjacent squares was extracted for dating from levels 4, 7, and 11 as shown below.

ID: 17228, C14 ID: HAR 6983 Date BP: 3430 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Potterne; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a posthole, of a timber structure, associated with Deverel-Rimbury pottery; the expected date is twelfth or eleventh century BC.

ID: 17234, C14 ID: HAR 993 Date BP: 3380 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Poundbury; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the basal fill of a V-shaped ditch demarcating the southern side of the Middle Bronze Age settlement.

ID: 17235, C14 ID: HAR 994 Date BP: 3030 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 2940

Abstract: Poundbury; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a burial in a waterlogged pit. The burial extended around the side of the large, deep pit or well, associated with layers of burned limestones and several wooden and leather objects. This feature laid within a penannular Iron Age gully, but produced very little pottery. The burial appears to be very unusual.

ID: 17101, C14 ID: HAR 8253 Date BP: 3060 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Northmoor: Watkins Farm; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal sample 2, bag number 34A, barrow G1. From pyre silt beneath the barrow mound.

ID: 17253, C14 ID: OxA 840 Date BP: 3270 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Puncknowle; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a charcoal deposit 10mm thick representing a single timber in the base of grave 66, which lay just outside the inner ditch circuit.

ID: 17114, C14 ID: HAR 3687 Date BP: 3370 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Norwich: Bowthorpe; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the charcoal collected from the fill of an ovate pit adjacent to, and apparently contemporary with, a circular posthole structure. The deposit contained abundant Iron Age coarse pottery and loom weights.

ID: 17123, C14 ID: GU 5190 Date BP: 3460 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Norwich: Southern Bypass; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; an infant cremation from one of two miniature Biconical vessels (?Biconical urn) placed side-by-side on the surface of the stabilised secondary fill of the outer (phase 2) ditch of barrow 12 on the north-east side of the barrow.

ID: 17254, C14 ID: OxA 1872 Date BP: 3450 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; one of an arc of six inhumations (three of which were associated with Food Vessels) located on the south-east side of the pond barrow. Two unaccompanied cremations were found at the base of the barrow (samples 4855 D5I, 4866 DSII). An isolated inhumation was found 4m north-east of the pond barrow (sample 5274). 4969/1 was a child inhumation accompanied by a flint borer and laid in a tree-trunk coffin. A large number of antlers were found in the backfill of the grave.

ID: 17262, C14 ID: OxA 1880 Date BP: 3490 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: shell; from site E1, layer 4a, a midden sealed by the stone fill of house 9, period 5.

ID: 17480, C14 ID: HAR 460 Date BP: 3020 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Scilly Isles: Nornour; 1973-74

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a stone-built round house and walls of other stuctures in a Bronze Age settlement, exposed by winter storms; the house had a central hearth, replaced five times, and radial partitions, sealed by occupation debris.

ID: 17481, C14 ID: HAR 1715 Date BP: 3190 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 3080

Abstract: Scilly Isles: St Martin's, Little Bay; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from an initial phase of forest clearance.

ID: 17484, C14 ID: HAR 3694 Date BP: 3100 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Scilly Isles: St Mary's, Porthellick; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: soil; a soil sample from trench 1.

ID: 16738, C14 ID: HAR 1730 Date BP: 3190 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3090

Abstract: London: Southwark, 207 Borough High Street; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; this charcoal was collected from a fill of a small round pit, one of several dug under salvage conditions on the Norwich southern bypass watching brief, at the intersection of the Norwich southern bypass and the B1108 Watton Road.

ID: 17126, C14 ID: GU 5290 Date BP: 3110 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3050

Abstract: Norwich: Southern Bypass; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the base of the grave, beneath stones. Some erosion of the upper grave levels was apparent due to ploughing. The grave was on the interface of calcareous marlstone and liassic clay bedrock.

ID: 17135, C14 ID: OxA 2578 Date BP: 3390 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Oakham; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal flecks from the fill of cremation pit 802 at the centre of ring ditch 801. The centre of the pit contained a cremation deposit surrounded by a rim of charcoal (mainly hawthorn-type) and including tubers and grasses. Grave goods were a bronze awl and a fired clay bead.

ID: 17270, C14 ID: OxA 1888 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; an isolated inhumation found 4m north-east of a pond barrow (F4866). On the south-east side of the barrow an arc of six burials (inhumations associated with Food Vessels) was excavated. Two unaccompanied cremations were found at the base of the barrow. This burial was an articulated infant inhumation with six struck flints (including a transverse arrowhead) laid by the hands. The grave pit was 0.25m deep and apparently undisturbed.

ID: 17272, C14 ID: OxA 1903 Date BP: 3480 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: grain; from the top of the midden associated with prehistoric huts exposed in section (layer 14). A bulk sample collected, sieved in water, and plant animal remains extracted. The midden also contained bone (only 10g non-marine species) and shell.

ID: 16501, C14 ID: OxA 3647 Date BP: 3220 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3150

Abstract: Isles of Scilly Project: St Agnes, Porth Killier; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: grain; base of midden associated with prehistoric huts exposed in section (Layer 14).Bulk sample collected, sieved in water and plant animal remains extracted.Also contained bone (42g) from non-marine species.

ID: 16502, C14 ID: OxA 3648 Date BP: 3170 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3235, End BP: 3105

Abstract: Isles of Scilly Project: St Agnes, Porth Killier; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: soil; from the lower section of the peat deposit, depth 0.10m OD.

ID: 16750, C14 ID: HAR 3925 Date BP: 3010 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 2940

Abstract: London: Southwark, Willson's Wharf; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal fragments from the charcoal laden soil infill of a grave examined and carefully refilled, by John Thurnam c AD 1865. The grave was formerly below the low south-eastern mound of a disc barrow. In 1958 the interior mounds had been razed and the grave, plough-truncated, was immediately below the plough soil.

ID: 16889, C14 ID: HAR 6471 Date BP: 3400 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 1; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from occupation earth added to the loam core of this high bell barrow. Sample from base of mound.

ID: 16890, C14 ID: HAR 6456 Date BP: 3420 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 2; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the occupation earth added to the loam core of this high bell barrow.

ID: 16893, C14 ID: HAR 6455 Date BP: 3380 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 4; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a horizontal timber flanking the timber coffin and its surrounding burned area on the ancient soil surface beneath the barrow.

ID: 16895, C14 ID: HAR 6458 Date BP: 3460 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 4; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a ?branch deposited after the ditch was dug and the barrow raised.

ID: 16898, C14 ID: HAR 6470 Date BP: 3410 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 5; 1984-85

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from the burnt mound was sampled along with stones, sieved and concentrated in the laboratory. The only evident contaminants are a few modern rootlets. This is the upper of two samples from the mound material.

ID: 16899, C14 ID: GU 5095 Date BP: 3080 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3020

Abstract: Milwich Burnt Mound; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from the burnt mound was sampled along with stones, sieved and concentrated in the laboratory. The only evident contaminants are a few modern rootlets. This is the lower sample.

ID: 16900, C14 ID: GU 5096 Date BP: 3290 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Milwich Burnt Mound; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: plant macrofossils; the sample was taken from a cremation located in mound material within the western quadrant of barrow 4. The tubers are associated with cremation 291-6460.

ID: 17286, C14 ID: OxA 3052 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; Pit 65, beneath Building 2; from a hearth (layer 60).

ID: 16521, C14 ID: HAR 4324 Date BP: 3480 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Isles of Scilly: St Martin's, Little Bay; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; as HAR-6442 for general details. This sample is from the level of the Ulmus decline clearance dated in 1981 to 3680 ? 90 BP (HAR-4342; 4690-4330 cal BC at 95% confidence; Reimer et al 2004). This second sample is to confirm this exceptionally early and at present earliest determination for this event in Britain.

ID: 16524, C14 ID: HAR 6443 Date BP: 3170 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3090

Abstract: Itchen Valley: M3 Watching Brief, Winnall Moors; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from barrow 3 ditch fill, which yielded no archaeologically datable material; site coordinate 1962N 1075E.

ID: 16916, C14 ID: HAR 2339 Date BP: 3100 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3010

Abstract: Mucking; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1210BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary ditch fill of barrow 5, ?associated with Ardleigh type pottery (see also HAR-2342); site coordinate 2269N 1030E.

ID: 16917, C14 ID: HAR 2340 Date BP: 3210 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Mucking; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary ditch fill of barrow 5, ?associated with Ardleigh type pottery; site coordinate 2267N 1034E.

ID: 16919, C14 ID: HAR 2342 Date BP: 3290 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3210

Abstract: Mucking; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; associated with a human cremation inside an urn of middle Bronze Age date.

ID: 16542, C14 ID: HAR 4318 Date BP: 3220 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Kimpton: Kalis Corner; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a context associated with a human cremation and a late Middle Bronze Age urn; the expected date is 1200-1000 BC.

ID: 16543, C14 ID: HAR 4319 Date BP: 3200 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Kimpton: Kalis Corner; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from inside a Late Bronze Age jar containing a cremation; the expected date is 1000-800 BC.

ID: 16544, C14 ID: HAR 4320 Date BP: 3470 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3360

Abstract: Kimpton: Kalis Corner; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; associated with a human cremation inside an urn of middle Bronze Age date, from phase D.

ID: 16545, C14 ID: HAR 4572 Date BP: 3110 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3020

Abstract: Kimpton: Kalis Corner; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; site area B. From upper fill of a late Neolithic conical pit.

ID: 16786, C14 ID: HAR 6115 Date BP: 3350 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Marc 3: Easton Lane Interchange, Winchester; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; site area D. From a posthole in an area immediately south-west of unusual mixed Bronze Age cemetery. Substantial fences, a rectangular house, and two circular huts are components of this complex, which dates to the Bronze Age.

ID: 16787, C14 ID: HAR 6116 Date BP: 3240 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Marc 3: Easton Lane Interchange, Winchester; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from bottom layer, 3381. See HAR-6120.

ID: 16790, C14 ID: HAR 6121 Date BP: 3090 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3180, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Marc 3: Easton Lane Interchange, Winchester; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a layer of fine, wind-blown sand in the barrow ditch, overlying flint debris.

ID: 16801, C14 ID: HAR 1041 Date BP: 3100 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3010

Abstract: Marc 3: Micheldever Wood, R4; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1320BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the sample was comprised charcoal from a cremation, which had been inserted into the top of the barrow.

ID: 17312, C14 ID: OxA 2989 Date BP: 3320 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Stanwick, Redlands Farm; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1347BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit cutting the secondary fills and sealed by the final fills of the outer ditch of barrow 6 (F3177). The fill comprised of a grey/black loam with frequent fragments of charcoal and a small amount of cremated bone. The pit lay c0.9m from F3219, the miniature urn covering the cremated bone, which was stratigraphically contemporary.

ID: 17318, C14 ID: UB 3315 Date BP: 3347 +/- 54, Start Date BP: 3401, End BP: 3293

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, barrow 6; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the lower layers of wood in the prehistoric watercourse.

ID: 16555, C14 ID: HAR 2497 Date BP: 3470 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3390

Abstract: Kingston-upon-Thames: Eden Walk; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from charcoal associated with a cremation, in a bell-shaped pit, beneath the primary barrow mound.

ID: 16564, C14 ID: HAR 3818 Date BP: 3440 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Lambourn: Barrow 19; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from a layer in the ditch sealing the possible wind-blown soil (see HAR-1041).

ID: 16804, C14 ID: HAR 1044 Date BP: 3370 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Marc 3: Micheldever Wood, R4; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from charcoal from pit 1584, associated with Collared Urn sherds.

ID: 16947, C14 ID: HAR 2901 Date BP: 3440 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3350

Abstract: North Elmham: Spong Hill; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from soil sealed immediately by the wall of the ring cairn; the finds, although few, and the method of construction point to a date in the Early Bronze Age (2000-1500 BC).

ID: 16957, C14 ID: HAR 2829 Date BP: 3060 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 2980

Abstract: North Molton: Shallowmead; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from one of four presumed secondary inhumations buried with no grave goods.

ID: 16824, C14 ID: HAR 1023 Date BP: 3130 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3060

Abstract: Marc 5: Easton Down, R7; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from the top of the primary ditch silt.

ID: 16826, C14 ID: HAR 1040 Date BP: 3070 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Marc 5: Easton Down, R7; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the ring ditch.

ID: 16827, C14 ID: HAR 3344 Date BP: 3160 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3090

Abstract: Marc 5: Easton Down, R7; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the ring ditch.

ID: 16828, C14 ID: HAR 3417 Date BP: 3080 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Marc 5: Easton Down, R7; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from layer 1337 which was immediately beneath a layer of late Bronze Age rubbish in the ring ditch of a 'saucer' barrow.

ID: 16829, C14 ID: HAR 7010 Date BP: 3020 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3100, End BP: 2940

Abstract: Margate: East Northdown; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation pit containing a collared urn (undecorated).

ID: 16839, C14 ID: HAR 5960 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Maryport: Ewanrigg, Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from an unurned cremation burial excavated close to two cropmark ring ditches some distance from a middle Bronze Age settlement.

ID: 16958, C14 ID: HAR 4634 Date BP: 3280 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3210

Abstract: North Shoebury; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; worked wood stake collected from the former stream bed adjacent to the site.

ID: 16960, C14 ID: GU 5063 Date BP: 3120 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3180, End BP: 3060

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Bonds Farm; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; worked wood stake collected from the former stream bed adjacent to the site.

ID: 16961, C14 ID: GU 5064 Date BP: 3150 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3220, End BP: 3080

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Bonds Farm; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; 75cm in a section 150cm in depth of humified peats.

ID: 16962, C14 ID: GU 5206 Date BP: 3420 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3370

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Brook Farm; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone; from a middle Bronze Age occupation pit; context 1001.

ID: 16597, C14 ID: HAR 5504 Date BP: 3040 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 2940

Abstract: Lechlade: Rough Ground Farm; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation pit cut into the subsoil.

ID: 16842, C14 ID: HAR 7071 Date BP: 3400 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Maryport: Ewanrigg, Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; 280-285cm of a peat core of 480cm.

ID: 16986, C14 ID: GU 5165 Date BP: 3180 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3120

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Fenton Cottage; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; 305-310cm of a peat core of 480cm.

ID: 16987, C14 ID: GU 5166 Date BP: 3370 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3300

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Fenton Cottage; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of a peat deposit beneath clay, which was cut by a shallow ditch.

ID: 17616, C14 ID: HAR 9187 Date BP: 3370 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Claylands, Huntspill Moor; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; associated directly with a foundation deposit from the Bronze Age trackway, found in peats closely linked to the flooding horizon.

ID: 17621, C14 ID: HAR 6606 Date BP: 3220 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; associated directly with a foundation deposit from the Bronze Age trackway, found in peats closely linked to the flooding horizon.

ID: 17622, C14 ID: HAR 6607 Date BP: 3120 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from immediately below the hurdle track and from the top of the monolith.

ID: 17631, C14 ID: HAR 4868 Date BP: 3240 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3170

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Eclipse Track; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a tertiary burial in context 1L00131, cut through the entirely filled barrow ditch.

ID: 18153, C14 ID: HAR 8326 Date BP: 3440 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3400

Abstract: West Heslerton: Prehistoric; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from context 1M00365, the burial was accompanied by a perforated cow astragalus. In isolation this object was dated much later than the early Bronze Age. Other burials in the barrow were accompanied by food vessels and Beakers.

ID: 18154, C14 ID: HAR 8413 Date BP: 3440 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3380

Abstract: West Heslerton: Prehistoric; 1987-88

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from context 1R272, however the bones are recorded as context 1R271. The burial, from within an early Bronze Age barrow, was accompanied by an undecorated beaker and a copper or bronze awl.

ID: 18156, C14 ID: HAR 8415 Date BP: 3470 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3410

Abstract: West Heslerton: Prehistoric; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from West Heslerton transect 2 (SE 91425751) taken at a depth of 2.5m from a buried soil found within a deep colluvial profile at the foot of a chalk escarpment.The buried soil is overlain by chalky rubble.

ID: 18159, C14 ID: OxA 2933 Date BP: 3460 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3380

Abstract: West Heslerton: Scarp; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a newly discovered trackway of young wood very near the exposed surface of Eriophorum-Calluna peat (depth 0.4m).

ID: 17632, C14 ID: HAR 680 Date BP: 3460 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Eclipse Track; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from rings 44-64 of a 152-year floating tree-ring sequence, taken from two timbers of the Meare Heath track. This sample, HAR-1494, and HAR-1627 each cover 20 annual rings and come from 30-year intervals of a floating 152-year chronology (see objective); each thus requires known adjustment to reach the felling year of the tree and the likely construction year of the trackway (since the survival of sapwood was good).

ID: 17637, C14 ID: HAR 1489 Date BP: 3200 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Meare Heath Track; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from rings 104-124 of a 152-year floating sequence; includes sections from two timbers.

ID: 17638, C14 ID: HAR 1494 Date BP: 3060 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Meare Heath Track; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a newly discovered trackway in an area hitherto without traces of human activity, beneath 1.0m of peat; part of the Meare Heath track (Meare Lake segment).

ID: 17641, C14 ID: HAR 683 Date BP: 3290 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Meare Heath Track; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a shallow pit associated with a single sherd of Peterborough ware. The pit was c 30cm deep below the topsoil.

ID: 18193, C14 ID: OxA 4172 Date BP: 3130 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3050

Abstract: Westhampnett; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a posthole, part of a posthole arc which was presumably a Bronze Age hut.

ID: 18195, C14 ID: OxA 4174 Date BP: 3140 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3220, End BP: 3060

Abstract: Westhampnett; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1210BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a wooden structure running towards Glastonbury.

ID: 17671, C14 ID: HAR 5710 Date BP: 3210 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare, Stileway; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from wooden structure running towards Glastonbury.

ID: 17673, C14 ID: HAR 1221 Date BP: 3050 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare, Stileway - structures; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; tree-ring analysis of selected samples will help provide precision to archaeological fieldwork in the region. The sample came from the outermost 50 sapwood rings of a tree c 160 years old.

ID: 17677, C14 ID: HAR 6263 Date BP: 3470 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sedgemoor, Fordgate; 1984-85

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Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from presumed ancient wood structure found in the bank of the River Cary.

ID: 17678, C14 ID: HAR 4998 Date BP: 3020 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 2960

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sedgemoor, Henley Bridge; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; taken from beside a Bronze Age wooden pitchfork, sealed beneath 0.5m of peat, the stratigraphy of which follows the standard sequence.

ID: 17680, C14 ID: HAR 1159 Date BP: 3330 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick Heath, Skinners Wood; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; from the primary layers of the outer ditch, selected from broken antler picks.

ID: 17938, C14 ID: HAR 4282 Date BP: 3120 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3040

Abstract: Thwing: Paddock Hill ; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; from a layer of primary silt in the inner ditch.

ID: 17939, C14 ID: HAR 4283 Date BP: 3110 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Thwing: Paddock Hill ; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; from a layer of occupation debris filling the upper part of the inner ditch.

ID: 17940, C14 ID: HAR 4284 Date BP: 3010 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 2910

Abstract: Thwing: Paddock Hill ; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a layer of occupation debris filling the upper part of the inner ditch.

ID: 17941, C14 ID: HAR 4285 Date BP: 3400 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3270

Abstract: Thwing: Paddock Hill ; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a posthole which was part of a posthole arc, presumably a Bronze Age hut.

ID: 18196, C14 ID: OxA 4175 Date BP: 3110 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Westhampnett; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small cremation pit surrounding a secondary series collared urn. The urn contained no charcoal but was sitting on a layer containing charcoal.

ID: 18198, C14 ID: GU 5308 Date BP: 3360 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Westhampnett; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; OxA-3179 and OxA-3180 both came from a posthole of the easterly Saxon hall (B 3348). The posts were probably burnt in situ. The feature was cut into gravel and had not been sealed by occupation deposits, but the samples came from well within the feature.

ID: 18481, C14 ID: OxA 3179 Date BP: 3270 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Yarnton Saxon and medieval: settlement, halls; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the terminal of the Bronze Age trackways.

ID: 17686, C14 ID: HAR 2772 Date BP: 3270 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick Terminal Site 1, Shapwick Heath; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a trackway newly discovered in the 1982 excavation.

ID: 17700, C14 ID: HAR 5086 Date BP: 3060 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 2990

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Godwin's Tracks; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; found immediately below the lowest wooden structure, track A.

ID: 17701, C14 ID: HAR 2243 Date BP: 3480 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3390

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Tinney's Ground; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; waterlogged oak, rings 120-40, from the planking of the track A, Tinney's Ground.

ID: 17703, C14 ID: HAR 2538 Date BP: 3050 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Tinney's Ground; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; from upper fill (B2) of the inner ditch.

ID: 17953, C14 ID: OxA 3116 Date BP: 3080 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Thwing: Paddock Hill 90; 1990-91

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from probable coffin remains in grave 3, one of three graves not enclosed by barrow ditches, which contained an inhumation with a ?deer scapula; thought to be Bronze Age, although among a number of Iron Age square barrows. This grave clearly cut through a cremation, also thought to be of Bronze Age date.

ID: 18214, C14 ID: HAR 1878 Date BP: 3450 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3360

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a postpipe in a circle of nine posts (9m in diameter), probably a funerary or ritual monument.

ID: 18215, C14 ID: HAR 1879 Date BP: 3160 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from what appear to be blocks of peat in the fill of a Roman well (as HAR-2588); a date is required to aid the interpretation of the enigmatic fill.

ID: 18505, C14 ID: HAR 2587 Date BP: 3410 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3330

Abstract: York: 58-9 Skeldergate, Bishopshill 1; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: waterlogged plant macrofossil; from a peaty layer in the fill of a well (see HAR-2587).

ID: 18506, C14 ID: HAR 2588 Date BP: 3500 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3420

Abstract: York: 58-9 Skeldergate, Bishopshill 1; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from newly discovered track A (head 18.7) beneath 0.75m of Eriophorum-Sphagnum peat.

ID: 17707, C14 ID: HAR 681 Date BP: 3040 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Tinney's Ground; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from newly discovered track A (head 17.7) in complex of multiple structures beneath 0.75m Eriophorum-Sphagnum peat.

ID: 17708, C14 ID: HAR 684 Date BP: 3020 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Tinney's Ground; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the brushwood (head 1-2) of the wooden track A.

ID: 17709, C14 ID: HAR 945 Date BP: 3040 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 2970

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Tinney's Ground; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the brushwood of wooden track B (head 9-10); structure continuing across the peat bog.

ID: 17712, C14 ID: HAR 948 Date BP: 3020 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Tinney's Ground; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a backfill layer near the top of the phase 2 ditch of a round barrow.

ID: 17975, C14 ID: HAR 4538 Date BP: 3040 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Trelan II; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from burial 3, under a slate kerb.

ID: 17979, C14 ID: HAR 8100 Date BP: 3380 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3300

Abstract: Treligga: Barrow 2; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1088BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; an activity layer from within the base of pit (2503) which lies to the west of ritual structure (2192). This represents secondary burning activities of Bronze Age date on the main scarp (3006) which runs to the north of the settlement area. The exact nature of this activity has not been fully explained but it is considered to be Bronze Age in date.

ID: 17982, C14 ID: UB 3109 Date BP: 3088 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3128, End BP: 3048

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; burnt soil layer in situ at the base of ritual area (2021). It represents the earliest phase of 'ritual' burning activity within this Bronze Age feature.

ID: 17983, C14 ID: UB 3110 Date BP: 3070 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1034BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a burnt charcoal layer a the base of ritual hollow (2765). It represents the earliest episode of fire within this major Bronze Age feature which has been interpreted as a 'ritual' activity area.

ID: 17984, C14 ID: UB 3111 Date BP: 3034 +/- 20, Start Date BP: 3054, End BP: 3014

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1216BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from the earliest stratified context within Bronze Age hut (1034). It represents the first phase of activity within the hut and derives from a well-sealed and stratified context.

ID: 17985, C14 ID: UB 3112 Date BP: 3216 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3276, End BP: 3156

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1023BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a reddish burnt spread within Bronze Age hut (1034). This is the best collected context representing the last phases of occupational activity within hut (1034) prior to final abandonment.

ID: 17986, C14 ID: UB 3113 Date BP: 3023 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3123, End BP: 2923

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1091BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from the fill of large pit cut into the floor of Bronze Age hut (2222). It is from a well-sealed and securely stratified context.Bronze Age hut (2222) is considered to be the earliest hut within the Bronze Age settlement at Trethellan; this observation derives from the fact that, after its abandonment, it was completely buried by a massive midden deposit which altered the Bronze Age ground surface so that it lay at a deeper level than the two neighbouring huts. Hence, this is potentially one of the earliest Bronze Age deposits from the site that comes from a 'domestic' context.

ID: 17987, C14 ID: UB 3114 Date BP: 3091 +/- 20, Start Date BP: 3111, End BP: 3071

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from the fill of pit (3047) within Bronze Age hut (3022). It derives from a well-sealed stratified context that represents the last stage of activity within the hut prior to its final abandonment.

ID: 17988, C14 ID: UB 3115 Date BP: 3110 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1211BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from the dark brown loam and charcoal fill of posthole (3136) within Bronze Age hut (3022). It is from a well-sealed and stratified deposit from the first phase of activity within this hut on the Bronze Age settlement of Trehellan Farm.

ID: 17989, C14 ID: UB 3116 Date BP: 3211 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3281, End BP: 3141

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from a mid-brown sealing layer within the north-east quadrant of Bronze Age hut (2010). It is from a levelling layer marking the final abandonment of occupational activity within this hut.

ID: 17990, C14 ID: UB 3117 Date BP: 3460 +/- 190, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3270

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1014BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a dark brown soil layer within the north-east quadrant of Bronze Age hut (2001), representing the final occupational phase of activity prior to abandonment of the hut.

ID: 17992, C14 ID: UB 3119 Date BP: 3014 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3089, End BP: 2939

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1093BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from an occupational activity layer of burnt material within Bronze Age hut (2001). The sample derives from a well-sealed and stratified context within the hut's interior. This sample is submitted from what has been recognised as the most 'active' occupational phase within the use-life of hut (2001), which stands out from all the other 'domestic' huts on the site as being more complex having witnessed substantial modification throughout its history of use.

ID: 17993, C14 ID: UB 3120 Date BP: 3093 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3143, End BP: 3043

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1184BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; from a mid-brown activity layer within hut (2001) from one of the earliest phases of occupation of this Bronze Age hut. it derives from a well-sealed and stratified deposit. This sample replaced UB-3121 (TF87 2385) which was too small.

ID: 17994, C14 ID: UB 3156 Date BP: 3184 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3284, End BP: 3084

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the base of the lower peat in trench 2.

ID: 17755, C14 ID: HAR 8913 Date BP: 3190 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3100

Abstract: South West Fen Dyke Survey: Crowtree Farm; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; peat sample from 0.60-0.64m.

ID: 18019, C14 ID: HAR 5070 Date BP: 3390 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Upper Teesdale: Simy Folds Bog; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from below upper fill of shaft, in chalk rubble, at 29'6 depth.""

ID: 18287, C14 ID: OxA 1214 Date BP: 3130 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from the middle fill of shaft, in chalk rubble, at 44'0 depth.""

ID: 18288, C14 ID: OxA 1215 Date BP: 3130 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3070

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a depth of 94'6 - 94'10"" WSW quadrant in the waterlogged basal part of Wilsford Shaft. Sample consists of bucket base and stave fragments.""

ID: 18289, C14 ID: OxA 1216 Date BP: 3160 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3220, End BP: 3100

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the waterlogged base of Wilsford Shaft, site find number 94, which is wood sorted from the shaft fill at the surface. Material came from a depth of c 95' in the fill of the shaft.

ID: 18290, C14 ID: OxA 1217 Date BP: 3150 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3090

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from waterlogged chalk rubble near base of shaft, at 95'2.""

ID: 18291, C14 ID: OxA 1229 Date BP: 3200 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the top of detrius mud exposed in contractors excavation.

ID: 17784, C14 ID: HAR 6683 Date BP: 3200 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Springfield Lyons: Chelmer Bridge; 1985-86

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small pit (0.55m in diameter x 0.23m deep) at the centre of the settlement, which was cut into the natural gravel; this contained a human cremation, but no pottery or artefacts.

ID: 17792, C14 ID: HAR 1163 Date BP: 3290 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Sproughton: Devil's Wood, site 2; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from charcoal surrounding the primary cremation in the central burial pit, possibly derived from a carbonised wooden container; should be contemporary with HAR-3130.

ID: 17793, C14 ID: HAR 3129 Date BP: 3500 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Sproxton: Barrow; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit to the south of the barrow containing a satellite cremation which was only partly calcined; the charcoal was possibly derived from a carbonised wooden container and should be contemporary with HAR-3129.

ID: 17794, C14 ID: HAR 3130 Date BP: 3330 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Sproxton: Barrow; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation in a shallow hearth, on the south side of the barrow, possibly a secondary burial; should be contemporary with HAR-3132.

ID: 17795, C14 ID: HAR 3131 Date BP: 3440 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Sproxton: Barrow; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from large timbers overlying a hearth feature cut into the south side of the mound, possibly a secondary insertion, which contained charcoal and a very little burnt bone; should be contemporary with HAR-3131.

ID: 17796, C14 ID: HAR 3132 Date BP: 3350 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Sproxton: Barrow; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a probableceremonial pit believed to predate the cairn, possibly contemporary with HAR-2622, stratigraphically earlier than HAR-2624.

ID: 17800, C14 ID: HAR 2617 Date BP: 3500 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3420

Abstract: St Neot: Colliford Reservoir, site II; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a sandy clay matrix between flagstones.

ID: 17528, C14 ID: HAR 2472 Date BP: 3020 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 2950

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a posthole which is part of the phase 1 post-ring for house 15.

ID: 17530, C14 ID: HAR 2474 Date BP: 3430 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a primary occupation deposit against the Bronze Age enclosure wall.

ID: 17531, C14 ID: HAR 2475 Date BP: 3160 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3090

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a hollow securely stratified beneath the wall of house 66; presumed to be of Bronze Age date.

ID: 17532, C14 ID: HAR 2960 Date BP: 3060 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 2980

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a drain in a Bronze Age hut.

ID: 17533, C14 ID: HAR 2968 Date BP: 3070 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3000

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a silty clay drain fill; the sample was taken from beneath the house wall where it was sealed by a dark, humified layer.

ID: 17536, C14 ID: HAR 2979 Date BP: 3220 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a probableceremonial pit believed to predate the cairn, possibly contemporary with HAR-2622, stratigraphically earlier than HAR-2624.

ID: 17801, C14 ID: HAR 2622 Date BP: 3490 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3400

Abstract: St Neot: Colliford Reservoir, site II; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit in the bottom of the barrow ditch, sealed by sherds from a Food Vessel Urn; should be contemporary with HAR-655; the similarity of this barrow to others in Cornwall suggests an Early Bronze Age date.

ID: 17807, C14 ID: HAR 654 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3400

Abstract: St Stephen-in-Brannel: Watch Hill; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from ?primary ditch fill, should be contemporary with HAR-654.

ID: 17808, C14 ID: HAR 655 Date BP: 3420 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3340

Abstract: St Stephen-in-Brannel: Watch Hill; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a greyish brown loam that filled an irregular gully that flanked the east wall of hut 66.

ID: 17537, C14 ID: HAR 2983 Date BP: 3260 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3180

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the surface of a dark greyish brown sandy loam which has been interpreted as the original Bronze Age turf or Ah horizon.

ID: 17538, C14 ID: HAR 2986 Date BP: 3270 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a fine silt loam: the fill of a drain in house 18.

ID: 17539, C14 ID: HAR 2987 Date BP: 3260 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of an isolated pit: a soft, friable, sandy loam containing charcoal and a quantity of stone together with a complete (fragmented) pottery vessel.

ID: 17540, C14 ID: HAR 2989 Date BP: 3280 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1978-79

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1320BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a silty loam matrix between cobbles in the entrance passage to the phase 2 building.

ID: 17541, C14 ID: HAR 3358 Date BP: 3320 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1210BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a charcoal spread below an enclosure wall.

ID: 17542, C14 ID: HAR 3418 Date BP: 3210 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Enclosure 15, site 15; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a pointed stake, which may have been part of hurdle fencing, found in the waterlogged base of the boundary ditch.

ID: 17545, C14 ID: HAR 4003 Date BP: 3340 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Saddlesborough Reave main Reave, site 208; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the old land surface below Saddlesborough Reave.

ID: 17546, C14 ID: HAR 4005 Date BP: 3180 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3100

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Saddlesborough Reave main Reave, site 208; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small charcoal pit discovered close against a large boulder when soil pits were being dug; presumed to be of Bronze Age date.

ID: 17548, C14 ID: HAR 2213 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: The Cairn field, site 10; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit, cut through the old land surface; presumed to be of Bronze Age date.

ID: 17549, C14 ID: HAR 2214 Date BP: 3240 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: The Cairn field, site 10; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a pit consisting almost entirely of charcoal.

ID: 17550, C14 ID: HAR 2219 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: The Cairn field, site 10; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a pit which contained a pot base and segmented faience beads; presumed to be of Bronze Age date.

ID: 17551, C14 ID: HAR 2220 Date BP: 3430 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: The Cairn field, site 10; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a shallow scoop containing loose peaty loam and charcoal. This feature, cut through the body of the monument, was directly above feature 183, a charcoal pit.

ID: 17552, C14 ID: HAR 2221 Date BP: 3350 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: The Cairn field, site 10; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit containing a shallow, grey fibrous soil which overlay a fine black loam containing lumps of charcoal; see HAR-2221.

ID: 17553, C14 ID: HAR 2285 Date BP: 3400 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: The Cairn field, site 10; 1977-78

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1414BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a large timber, which had been lying at the side of an arable field for 2-3 years. It had previously been dragged from peat in an adjacent and low-lying part of the field.

ID: 18068, C14 ID: UB 3267 Date BP: 3414 +/- 49, Start Date BP: 3463, End BP: 3365

Abstract: Watton Carrs; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1451BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a large timber, which had been lying at the side of an arable field for 2-3 years. It had previously been dragged from peat in an adjacent and low-lying part of the field.

ID: 18069, C14 ID: UB 3268 Date BP: 3451 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3486, End BP: 3416

Abstract: Watton Carrs; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a large timber, which had been lying at the side of an arable field for 2-3 years. It had previously been dragged from peat in an adjacent and low-lying part of the field.

ID: 18070, C14 ID: UB 3269 Date BP: 3140 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3175, End BP: 3105

Abstract: Watton Carrs; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1355BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a large timber, which had been lying at the side of an arable field for 2-3 years. It had previously been dragged from peat in an adjacent and low-lying part of the field.

ID: 18071, C14 ID: UB 3270 Date BP: 3355 +/- 36, Start Date BP: 3391, End BP: 3319

Abstract: Watton Carrs; 1989-90

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the silts of the first phase ditch.

ID: 18075, C14 ID: HAR 1899 Date BP: 3420 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Weekley; 1976-77

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from a peat monolith - 0.83-0.85m.

ID: 17559, C14 ID: HAR 3812 Date BP: 3400 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Shaugh Moor; Wotter Common, site 69; 1980-81

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a presumed Bronze Age cremation pit.

ID: 17835, C14 ID: HAR 5130 Date BP: 3440 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Stannon; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from a vertical section in a 2x2m trench cut into a peat bog immediately beneath a boundary wall (trench 9). The peat may be contaminated by stray roots from above and from any turves laid over it during construction of the wall.

ID: 17837, C14 ID: GU 5170 Date BP: 3310 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Stannon: Bodmin Moor; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: peat; from a section immediately beneath a field wall (trench 8, section A-B). May be contaminated by roots from above.

ID: 17839, C14 ID: GU 5172 Date BP: 3380 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Stannon: Bodmin Moor; 1991-92

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler; from the primary silts of the inner enclosure ditch; trench D, context 8. The antler was recovered from the actual floor of the ditch and was sealed by the primary fills of context 8.

ID: 17569, C14 ID: HAR 8182 Date BP: 3220 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3150

Abstract: Shoreham: Thundersbarrow Hill; 1986-87

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1120BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the samples derives from a cremation pyre and was deposited with a cremation in a secondary context in barrow 5a, Net Down.

ID: 17581, C14 ID: HAR 4827 Date BP: 3120 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3220, End BP: 3020

Abstract: Shrewton; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the samples derives from a cremation pyre and was deposited with a cremation in a secondary context in barrow 5a, Net Down.

ID: 17582, C14 ID: HAR 4828 Date BP: 3170 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3080

Abstract: Shrewton; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation pyre at Net Down, and deposited with a cremation.

ID: 17583, C14 ID: HAR 4829 Date BP: 3340 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3270

Abstract: Shrewton; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a funeral pyre beneath a bell barrow. The sample is associated with an urn removed in 1805, now lost.

ID: 17595, C14 ID: HAR 130 Date BP: 3500 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3390

Abstract: Snail Down: Site III; 1981-82

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the secondary cremation in a collared urn whose grave goods of beads included segmented faience. The sample was mixed with cremation material in a burial pit sealed by a flint cairn on the berm of the bell barrow. It is associated with the cremation of an adult female.

ID: 17596, C14 ID: GU 5302 Date BP: 3440 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Snail Down: Site III; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small deposit of charcoal (F2) in the inner ditch (F3), the earliest of three ditches.

ID: 18115, C14 ID: HAR 3270 Date BP: 3480 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3410

Abstract: West Ashby; 1979-80

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the turf within the barrow structure.

ID: 18119, C14 ID: HAR 5281 Date BP: 3400 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3330

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the pit beneath the barrow structure.

ID: 18120, C14 ID: HAR 5282 Date BP: 3330 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3260

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from collared urns containing cremated bone within the barrow structure.

ID: 18121, C14 ID: HAR 5283 Date BP: 3310 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3240

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from clay enriched soil at the base of the accumulated soil profile in barrow ditch 850.

ID: 18401, C14 ID: HAR 5617 Date BP: 3390 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Winterbourne Steepleton: Cowlease Pasture; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from soil at the top of the accumulated soil profile in barrow ditch.

ID: 18402, C14 ID: HAR 5618 Date BP: 3110 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3030

Abstract: Winterbourne Steepleton: Cowlease Pasture; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from cremation 2, which is associated with a jet toggle and a bronze awl.

ID: 18404, C14 ID: HAR 5620 Date BP: 3140 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3010

Abstract: Winterbourne Steepleton: Cowlease Pasture; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; large fragments of charcoal from the base of the primary fill of a funerary enclosure.

ID: 18405, C14 ID: HAR 5622 Date BP: 3410 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Winterbourne Steepleton: Cowlease Pasture; 1983-84

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; at a depth of c 1.2m in the larger of two mounds constituting a double bell barrow. The mound was originally sealed by a chalky crust. The sample came from a core composed of turf and topsoil from the site of the barrow's surrounding ditch.

ID: 17599, C14 ID: GU 5304 Date BP: 3330 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Snail Down: Site XIX; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from pit 1, one of three possible ritual pits associated with sherds of an incomplete bi-partite collared urn and human burnt bone. It is secondary to the central grave (dated by GU-5303). The pit cut into the edge of the mound which was full of charcoal and burnt earth and carefully packed sherds of incomplete bi-partite collared urn.

ID: 17601, C14 ID: OxA 4179 Date BP: 3480 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Snail Down: Site XVII; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1485BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a crouched complete skeleton of a youth suffering from a tumour. The section showed that the skeleton had been inserted into the mound. It was associated with amber beads and a perforated cockle shell.

ID: 17603, C14 ID: OxA 4211 Date BP: 3485 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3595, End BP: 3375

Abstract: Snail Down: Site XXII; 1992-93

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a cremation urn. One of several urns in a small cemetery 4km to the south of the Field Farm site. The urn was incomplete and had been disturbed by animal burrowing. It was probably originally inverted.

ID: 17876, C14 ID: HAR 9141 Date BP: 3340 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Sulhamstead: Shortheath Lane; 1988-89

Reference Name: Bayliss et al forthcoming 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1988 and 1993', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from burnt timber at the centre of F3 (F8A).

ID: 17885, C14 ID: HAR 1325 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Swell: Cow Common; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from burnt timber at the centre of F3 (F8A); from a different area of the burnt deposit, but possibly from the same timber.

ID: 17886, C14 ID: HAR 1326 Date BP: 3390 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Swell: Cow Common; 1975-76

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a lens of charcoal just above the old land surface under the barrow (layer 4).

ID: 18129, C14 ID: HAR 646 Date BP: 3110 +/- 160, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 2950

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a lens of charcoal in the phase 1 ditch, sealed beneath the upcast from the phase 2 ditch of barrow III.

ID: 18131, C14 ID: HAR 648 Date BP: 3220 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3040

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1974-75

Reference Name: Jordan, D, Haddon-Reece, D, Bayliss, A 1994 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981', London: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context no 84; from the fill of a cremation pit, in the fill of the second-phase ditch of a two-phase barrow. The sample is associated with a Collared Urn and an accessory vessel. The context was well stratified, undisturbed, and should not be contaminated.

ID: 18408, C14 ID: HAR 5258 Date BP: 3390 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Winwick: Southworth Hall Barrow; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context no 400; from a thick layer of charcoal under the second phase mound, interpreted as a burnt mortuary structure. The context is well stratified, undisturbed, and should not be contaminated.

ID: 18411, C14 ID: HAR 5261 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Winwick: Southworth Hall Barrow; 1982-83

Reference Name: Bayliss, A, Hedges, R, Otlet, R, Switsur, R, and Walker, J 2012 'Radiocarbon dates: from samples funded by English Heritage between 1981 and 1988', Swindon: English Heritage

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 4533, C14 ID: OxA-130 Date BP: 3390 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Cleethorpes, England

Archaeologist Name: Leahy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 4534, C14 ID: OxA-131 Date BP: 3330 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Cleethorpes, England

Archaeologist Name: Leahy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 4535, C14 ID: OxA-1311 Date BP: 3080 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3000, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Etton, England

Archaeologist Name: Armour-Chelu

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 4536, C14 ID: OxA-1312 Date BP: 3020 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 2960, End BP: 3080

Abstract: Etton, England

Archaeologist Name: Armour-Chelu

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: tooth:horse

ID: 4537, C14 ID: OxA-1313 Date BP: 3040 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 2960, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Etton, England

Archaeologist Name: Armour-Chelu

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

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Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: tooth:horse

ID: 4538, C14 ID: OxA-1314 Date BP: 3050 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 2970, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Etton, England

Archaeologist Name: Armour-Chelu

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 4562, C14 ID: OxA-2292 Date BP: 3070 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3000, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Bar Brook, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 4577, C14 ID: OxA-3366 Date BP: 3390 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3315, End BP: 3465

Abstract: Rectory Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: McAvoy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

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Carbon Date. 1320BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Prunus sp.

ID: 4898, C14 ID: OxA-1048 Date BP: 3320 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3380

Abstract: West Overton, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(2), 1987, 289-306

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:hazel

ID: 4906, C14 ID: OxA-1063 Date BP: 3110 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3030, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Long Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Holgate

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:hazel

ID: 4912, C14 ID: OxA-1088 Date BP: 3130 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3070, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Long Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Holgate

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:-

ID: 4937, C14 ID: OxA-1161 Date BP: 3450 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Sussex antler mattoc, England

Archaeologist Name: Cook

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4965, C14 ID: OxA-1214 Date BP: 3130 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft, England

Archaeologist Name: Bell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:Ovis

ID: 4966, C14 ID: OxA-1215 Date BP: 3130 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3070, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft, England

Archaeologist Name: Bell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:ash

ID: 4967, C14 ID: OxA-1216 Date BP: 3160 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3100, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft, England

Archaeologist Name: Bell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:ash

ID: 4968, C14 ID: OxA-1217 Date BP: 3150 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 3210

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft, England

Archaeologist Name: Bell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Prunus spinosa

ID: 4974, C14 ID: OxA-1223 Date BP: 3380 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3440

Abstract: West Overton, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(2), 1988, 291-305

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:Bos

ID: 4975, C14 ID: OxA-1229 Date BP: 3200 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Wilsford Shaft, England

Archaeologist Name: Bell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 4978, C14 ID: OxA-1348 Date BP: 3020 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 2950, End BP: 3090

Abstract: West Overton 1986, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(2), 1988, 291-305

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:-

ID: 4987, C14 ID: OxA-1385 Date BP: 3220 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3100, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Easton Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4993, C14 ID: OxA-1399 Date BP: 3070 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 2980, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Durrington Riverside, England

Archaeologist Name: Richards

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:sheep/goat

ID: 5005, C14 ID: OxA-1410 Date BP: 3420 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Bridget's Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:-

ID: 5015, C14 ID: OxA-1437 Date BP: 3150 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Skaill, Deerness [Map], England

Archaeologist Name: Limbrey

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5058, C14 ID: OxA-1526 Date BP: 3030 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 2930, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Dudgrove Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Darvill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5080, C14 ID: OxA-1597 Date BP: 3150 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Loch Doon, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Edwards

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human?

ID: 5102, C14 ID: OxA-1671 Date BP: 3450 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Great Carn, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Ward

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1210BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5142, C14 ID: OxA-1762 Date BP: 3210 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3280

Abstract: Lambscott, England

Archaeologist Name: Darvill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5165, C14 ID: OxA-1816 Date BP: 3090 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3030, End BP: 3150

Abstract: Great Carn, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Ward

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5171, C14 ID: OxA-1831 Date BP: 3490 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3550

Abstract: Mansfield Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Robinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charred bone:-

ID: 5173, C14 ID: OxA-1834 Date BP: 3360 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Hardendale Nab, England

Archaeologist Name: Williams

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:watervole tibiae

ID: 5174, C14 ID: OxA-1835 Date BP: 3290 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3390

Abstract: Hardendale Nab, England

Archaeologist Name: Stallibrass

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charred bone:human

ID: 5184, C14 ID: OxA-1872 Date BP: 3450 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:barrow

ID: 5192, C14 ID: OxA-1880 Date BP: 3490 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3570

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5200, C14 ID: OxA-1888 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Barrow Hills Radley, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human child

ID: 5207, C14 ID: OxA-1903 Date BP: 3480 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3560

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1300BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5233, C14 ID: OxA-2022 Date BP: 3300 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3220, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Kew, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(1), 1990, 101-108

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5266, C14 ID: OxA-2127 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Hardendale Nab, England

Archaeologist Name: Williams

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:inc. cattle

ID: 5313, C14 ID: OxA-2308 Date BP: 3370 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 3440

Abstract: Redgate Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Murphy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5343, C14 ID: OxA-2356 Date BP: 3190 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 3250

Abstract: Bar Brook, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1155BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Quercus sp.

ID: 5368, C14 ID: OxA-2422 Date BP: 3155 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3075, End BP: 3235

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat 89, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula sp

ID: 5369, C14 ID: OxA-2423 Date BP: 3220 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat 89, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1195BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Quercus sp

ID: 5370, C14 ID: OxA-2424 Date BP: 3195 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3125, End BP: 3265

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat 89, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1105BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula

ID: 5371, C14 ID: OxA-2425 Date BP: 3105 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3025, End BP: 3185

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat 89, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:yew

ID: 5372, C14 ID: OxA-2426 Date BP: 3220 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Drumwhinny bog, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Warner

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1445BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:?alder

ID: 5375, C14 ID: OxA-2429 Date BP: 3445 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3375, End BP: 3515

Abstract: Kilmahamogue, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Warner

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5403, C14 ID: OxA-2578 Date BP: 3390 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Oakham, England

Archaeologist Name: Clay

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1115BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: seeds:hazel nut

ID: 5412, C14 ID: OxA-2621 Date BP: 3115 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3055, End BP: 3175

Abstract: Callaly Moor, England

Archaeologist Name: Cowley

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(2), 1991, 279-296

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5413, C14 ID: OxA-2622 Date BP: 3390 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Callaly Moor, England

Archaeologist Name: Cowley

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(2), 1991, 279-296

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human skull

ID: 5419, C14 ID: OxA-2663 Date BP: 3220 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Topped Mountain, N. Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: other:carbon

ID: 5420, C14 ID: OxA-2673 Date BP: 3420 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Kilcroagh 3, N. Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5460, C14 ID: OxA-2885 Date BP: 3380 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Hill Close, Feltwell, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5463, C14 ID: OxA-2933 Date BP: 3460 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3540

Abstract: West Heslerton, England

Archaeologist Name: McHugh

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1320BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Quercus

ID: 5480, C14 ID: OxA-2989 Date BP: 3320 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Stanwick South, England

Archaeologist Name: Robinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charred seeds:tubers

ID: 5520, C14 ID: OxA-3052 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Irthlingborough, England

Archaeologist Name: Humble

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5533, C14 ID: OxA-3069 Date BP: 3100 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3030, End BP: 3170

Abstract: Hill Close, Feltwell, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5538, C14 ID: OxA-3080 Date BP: 3260 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Toadhole Bottom East, England

Archaeologist Name: Wilkinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5542, C14 ID: OxA-3086 Date BP: 3500 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Horton Manor Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Needham

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1250BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:birch

ID: 5545, C14 ID: OxA-3090 Date BP: 3250 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat 90, England

Archaeologist Name: Barnatt

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula

ID: 5546, C14 ID: OxA-3091 Date BP: 3420 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat, England

Archaeologist Name: Barnatt

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5547, C14 ID: OxA-3116 Date BP: 3080 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3000, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Thwing, England

Archaeologist Name: Manby

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:-

ID: 5556, C14 ID: OxA-3153 Date BP: 3480 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3560

Abstract: Mile Oak, England

Archaeologist Name: Russell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:deer

ID: 5557, C14 ID: OxA-3154 Date BP: 3050 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 2970, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Mile Oak, England

Archaeologist Name: Russell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5567, C14 ID: OxA-3179 Date BP: 3270 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3340

Abstract: Yarnton Worton, England

Archaeologist Name: HEY

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: shell:Arianta arbustorum

ID: 5578, C14 ID: OxA-3223 Date BP: 3430 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Holywell Coombe, England

Archaeologist Name: Preece

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:Alnus

ID: 5582, C14 ID: OxA-3228 Date BP: 3150 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Cloonlara td,Co.Mayo, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:birch

ID: 5596, C14 ID: OxA-3245 Date BP: 3430 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat 90, England

Archaeologist Name: Barnatt

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5600, C14 ID: OxA-3258 Date BP: 3310 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3370

Abstract: Poulawack, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5601, C14 ID: OxA-3259 Date BP: 3260 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Poulawack, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5603, C14 ID: OxA-3261 Date BP: 3490 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3550

Abstract: Poulawack, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5613, C14 ID: OxA-3271 Date BP: 3260 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: shell:-

ID: 5633, C14 ID: OxA-3330 Date BP: 3170 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3095, End BP: 3245

Abstract: Geordie Trough, England

Archaeologist Name: Long

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(1), 1995, 195-214

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: shell:Cerastoderma edule

ID: 5641, C14 ID: OxA-3387 Date BP: 3350 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Bothkennar, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Peacock

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(2), 1992, 337-357

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: shell:Cerastoderma edule

ID: 5687, C14 ID: OxA-3507 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Bothkennar, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Peacock

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(2), 1992, 337-357

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5697, C14 ID: OxA-3541 Date BP: 3430 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 3345, End BP: 3515

Abstract: Loch Nell Yoke, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Sheridan

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula

ID: 5699, C14 ID: OxA-3549 Date BP: 3480 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3405, End BP: 3555

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat, England

Archaeologist Name: Barnatt

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula

ID: 5700, C14 ID: OxA-3550 Date BP: 3360 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3285, End BP: 3435

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat, England

Archaeologist Name: Barnatt

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5721, C14 ID: OxA-3638 Date BP: 3420 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Harston-Manor Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Malim

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5722, C14 ID: OxA-3639 Date BP: 3460 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Harston-Manor Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Malim

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(1), 1993, 147-167

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charred seeds:Hordeum sp

ID: 5729, C14 ID: OxA-3647 Date BP: 3220 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3150, End BP: 3290

Abstract: Porth Killier, England

Archaeologist Name: Straker

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charred seeds:Hordeum sp

ID: 5730, C14 ID: OxA-3648 Date BP: 3170 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3105, End BP: 3235

Abstract: Porth Killier, England

Archaeologist Name: Straker

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5739, C14 ID: OxA-3677 Date BP: 3140 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3050, End BP: 3230

Abstract: Ditton Brook I, England

Archaeologist Name: Cowell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:-

ID: 5784, C14 ID: OxA-3742 Date BP: 3430 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3355, End BP: 3505

Abstract: Peterborough 2, England

Archaeologist Name: Bonsall

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1155BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5785, C14 ID: OxA-3743 Date BP: 3155 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3085, End BP: 3225

Abstract: Putney 2, England

Archaeologist Name: Bonsall

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1245BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5786, C14 ID: OxA-3744 Date BP: 3245 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Windmill Lane, England

Archaeologist Name: Bonsall

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5787, C14 ID: OxA-3745 Date BP: 3460 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Southery Fen, England

Archaeologist Name: Bonsall

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5812, C14 ID: OxA-382 Date BP: 3100 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3020, End BP: 3180

Abstract: Robin Hood's Cave, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

Reference Name: Archaeometry 28(1), 1986, 116-125

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human calvaria

ID: 5847, C14 ID: OxA-4021 Date BP: 3470 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3405, End BP: 3535

Abstract: Whaley Rockshelter 2, UK

Archaeologist Name: Stringer

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1195BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:Alnus

ID: 5853, C14 ID: OxA-4027 Date BP: 3195 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3125, End BP: 3265

Abstract: St. George's Field, England

Archaeologist Name: Hill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:Ilex / Quercus leaves

ID: 5854, C14 ID: OxA-4028 Date BP: 3240 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3310

Abstract: St. George's Field, England

Archaeologist Name: Hill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:Alnus

ID: 5855, C14 ID: OxA-4029 Date BP: 3180 +/- 160, Start Date BP: 3020, End BP: 3340

Abstract: St. George's Field, England

Archaeologist Name: Hill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5857, C14 ID: OxA-4050 Date BP: 3470 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3560

Abstract: Alderley Edge shovel, England

Archaeologist Name: Prag

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: other:food remains

ID: 5859, C14 ID: OxA-4052 Date BP: 3010 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 2935, End BP: 3085

Abstract: Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man

Archaeologist Name: Woodcock

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(1), 1995, 195-214

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1060BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: other:food remains

ID: 5860, C14 ID: OxA-4053 Date BP: 3060 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 2980, End BP: 3140

Abstract: Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man

Archaeologist Name: Woodcock

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(1), 1995, 195-214

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5891, C14 ID: OxA-4140 Date BP: 3280 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3360

Abstract: Ballaquinney Beg, Isle of Man

Archaeologist Name: Woodcock

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(1), 1995, 195-214

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Pomoideae

ID: 5900, C14 ID: OxA-4179 Date BP: 3480 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3550

Abstract: Snail Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Thomas

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1485BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5916, C14 ID: OxA-4211 Date BP: 3485 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3375, End BP: 3595

Abstract: Snail Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Thomas

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human femur

ID: 5957, C14 ID: OxA-4290 Date BP: 3500 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Shippea Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Roberts

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1115BC. Late Bronze Age

ID: 6015, C14 ID: OxA-4507 Date BP: 3115 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3055, End BP: 3175

Abstract: The White Moss, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Sheridan

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1050BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone: Bos Taurus

ID: 6025, C14 ID: OxA-4567 Date BP: 3050 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 2980, End BP: 3120

Abstract: Dalkey Island, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Woodman

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1165BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Rosaceae

ID: 6050, C14 ID: OxA-4701 Date BP: 3165 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Porth Cressa,St.Marys, Scilly, England

Archaeologist Name: Straker

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

Council for British Archaeology (2012) Archaeological Site Index to Radiocarbon Dates from Great Britain and Ireland [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1017767

Carbon Date. 1085BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:alder/hazel

ID: 6052, C14 ID: OxA-4718 Date BP: 3085 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3010, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Coldharbour Road, England

Archaeologist Name: Mudd

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6101, C14 ID: OxA-504 Date BP: 3390 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Orton Gravel Complex, England

Archaeologist Name: Challands

Reference Name: Archaeometry 28(2), 1986, 206-221

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Carbon Date. 1495BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula sp

ID: 6111, C14 ID: OxA-5080 Date BP: 3495 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Long Mynd, England

Archaeologist Name: Rouffignac

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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Carbon Date. 1445BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula sp

ID: 6112, C14 ID: OxA-5081 Date BP: 3445 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Long Mynd, England

Archaeologist Name: Rouffignac

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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Carbon Date. 1155BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Corylus avellana

ID: 6113, C14 ID: OxA-5082 Date BP: 3155 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Long Mynd, England

Archaeologist Name: Rouffignac

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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Carbon Date. 1105BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Corylus avellana

ID: 6114, C14 ID: OxA-5083 Date BP: 3105 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 3150

Abstract: Long Mynd, England

Archaeologist Name: Rouffignac

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

ID: 6116, C14 ID: OxA-5085 Date BP: 3460 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Birkswood, UK

Archaeologist Name: Clare

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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Carbon Date. 1250BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:ungulate

ID: 6120, C14 ID: OxA-5106 Date BP: 3250 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3310

Abstract: Mile Oak, England

Archaeologist Name: Russell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 6121, C14 ID: OxA-5107 Date BP: 3260 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3195, End BP: 3325

Abstract: Mile Oak, England

Archaeologist Name: Russell

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:like prunus

ID: 6145, C14 ID: OxA-5397 Date BP: 3150 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3100, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Great Orme Copper Mine, UK

Archaeologist Name: King

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

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Carbon Date. 1495BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6152, C14 ID: OxA-5547 Date BP: 3495 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3455, End BP: 3535

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6153, C14 ID: OxA-5548 Date BP: 3500 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3570

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1275BC. Late Bronze Age

ID: 6226, C14 ID: OxA-6008 Date BP: 3275 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3225, End BP: 3325

Abstract: Rough Tor South, England

Archaeologist Name: Gearey

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1435BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:hazel nut

ID: 6238, C14 ID: OxA-6060 Date BP: 3435 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Huntingdon Racecourse, England

Archaeologist Name: Macaulay

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

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Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

ID: 6246, C14 ID: OxA-6102 Date BP: 3140 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 3190

Abstract: Scole, England

Archaeologist Name: Wiltshire

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 6333, C14 ID: OxA-821 Date BP: 3330 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Chysauster 267, England

Archaeologist Name: Balaam

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 6334, C14 ID: OxA-822 Date BP: 3430 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Chysauster 267, England

Archaeologist Name: Balaam

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 6346, C14 ID: OxA-840 Date BP: 3270 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Puncknowle 1959, England

Archaeologist Name: to come

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(2), 1987, 289-306

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: shell:Cepaea nemorali

ID: 6366, C14 ID: OxA-925 Date BP: 3350 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Castlethorpe, England

Archaeologist Name: Yates

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1220BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from urn of MBA date containing human cremation at Kimpton (Kalis Corner), Hampshire, England. Subm Ann Ellison (Wessex Archaeol).

ID: 352, C14 ID: HAR-4318 Date BP: 3220 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 3310

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 288, OS North: 479

Archaeologist Name: Max Dacre

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 89; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 147-203 esp 201

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as finely divided, from urn G2 (Phase C) at Kimpton (Kalis Corner), Hampshire, England. Subm Ann Ellison (Wessex Archaeol). Comment (subm): All samples were small and difficult.

ID: 353, C14 ID: HAR-4320 Date BP: 3470 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3580

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 288, OS North: 479

Archaeologist Name: Max Dacre

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 89; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 147-203 esp 201

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as finely divided, from urn F6/7 at Kimpton (Kalis Corner), Hampshire, England. Subm Ann Ellison (Wessex Archaeol). Comment (subm): All samples were small and difficult.

ID: 354, C14 ID: HAR-4319 Date BP: 3200 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 3270

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 288, OS North: 479

Archaeologist Name: Max Dacre

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 89; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 147-203 esp 201

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as finely divided, from cremation of Phase D at Kimpton (Kalis Corner), Hampshire, England. Subm Ann Ellison (Wessex Archaeol). Comment (subm): All samples were small and difficult.

ID: 355, C14 ID: HAR-4572 Date BP: 3110 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3020, End BP: 3200

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 288, OS North: 479

Archaeologist Name: Max Dacre

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 89; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 147-203 esp 201

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, unidentified, from lower layers of preserved wood in watercourse, associated with Mortlake sherds and other occupation material (77II, 22) at Kingston upon Thames (Eden Walk II), Greater London, England. Subm D A Hinton 1977. Comment (subm): Good agreement with HAR-2498, and OxA-2924 also concordant. Calib. dates given in second ref. Pottery is probably residual.

ID: 359, C14 ID: HAR-2497 Date BP: 3470 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3550

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 180, OS North: 692

Archaeologist Name: D A Hinton

Reference Name: Trans London Middx Archaeol Soc, 31, 1981, 15-17; Surrey Archaeol Collect, 81, 1991-2, 71-90 esp 79

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S McGrail

McGrail, S (ed), 'The Brigg \raft\"" and her prehistoric environment' (Brit Archaeol Rep Brit Ser

89)

1981

Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as gorse, from Pit 65 below Building 2 at Little Bay, St Martins, Isles of Scilly, England.

ID: 367, C14 ID: HAR-4324 Date BP: 3490 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3590

Abstract: house structures

Archaeologist Name: D S Neal

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 83 [for other dates from this site]; Cornish Archaeol, 13, 1974, 55; Cornish Archaeol, 22, 1983, 47-80 esp 52

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Carbon Date.

1190BC. Late Bronze Age

1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak (c 25%, from fairly large timbers) and hazel, from Hearth 1c, Building 2 at Little Bay, St Martins, Isles of Scilly, England. Subm H Keeley 1976.

ID: 368, C14 ID: HAR-1715 Date BP: 3190 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 3300

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Abstract: house structures

Archaeologist Name: S Butcher 1974

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 83; Cornish Archaeol, 13, 1974, 55; Cornish Archaeol, 22, 1983, 47-80 esp 52

Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from primary silt, main enclosure ditch at Billingborough Fen, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England.

ID: 397, C14 ID: BM-1411 Date BP: 3430 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3540

Abstract: sub-rectangular enclosure

Archaeologist Name: P Chowne

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 23, 1981, 15; Lincolnshire Hist Archaeol, 13, 1978, 15-21; Brit Archaeol Rep Brit Ser, 83ii, 1980, 297

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Carbon Date. 1148BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from lower secondary fill of ditch at Billingborough, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England. Coll P Chowne.

ID: 398, C14 ID: BM-1410 Date BP: 3148 +/- 57, Start Date BP: 3091, End BP: 3205

Abstract: sub-rectangular enclosure

Archaeologist Name: P Chowne

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 23, 1981, 15; Lincs Hist Archaeol, 13, 1978, 15-21; Brit Archaeol Rep Brit Ser, 83ii, 1980, 297

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal with potboilers in stream edge at Merritts Brook 2, Northfield, Ley Hill, West Midlands, England.

ID: 406, C14 ID: Birm-800 Date BP: 3070 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 2970, End BP: 3170

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 13, OS North: 801

Archaeologist Name: M J Nixon

Reference Name: W Midlands Archaeol, 23, 1980, 9-13; Brit Archaeol Rep Brit Ser, 204, 1989, 11; Buckley, V (ed), 'Burnt offerings' (Dublin, 1990), 106-11

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Carbonised seed from midden material adjacent to F T Wainwright excavation 1960 (cuttings 5/6) at Birsay [Map], 2 Brough Rd, Area 6, Orkney, Scotland.

ID: 407, C14 ID: GU-1222 Date BP: 3260 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 3080, End BP: 3440

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 244, OS North: 281

Archaeologist Name: C D Morris

Reference Name: Univ Durham/ Univ Newcastle upon Tyne Archaeol Rep for 1980 (1981), 38; Morris C D, 'The Birsay Bay Project (1)', 1989, 298-9

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Acer sp (Paula Rudall), from lower fills of enclosure ditch (Context 5532), primary silts of which contained clay mould fragments of Ewart Park phase, at Springfield Lyons, Springfield, Essex, England. Comment (lab): Replaces BM-2313 determination.

ID: 463, C14 ID: BM-2313R Date BP: 3090 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 2940, End BP: 3240

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 734, OS North: 82

Archaeologist Name: D G Buckley

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 65; Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 313; Radiocarbon, 1990, 32, 71 (revised date Buckley, D G & Hedges, J D, 'The Bronze Age and Saxon settlements at Springfield Lyons, Essex: an interim report' (=Essex County Council Occas Pap, 5), 1987; Essex Archaeol Hist, 11, 1984/5, 134

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, from forest clearance horizon in tufaceous deposit at Castlethorpe, Lincs, England. Coll R C Preece. Comment (lab): Is revision of earlier determination BM-1795.

ID: 472, C14 ID: BM-1795R Date BP: 3500 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3620

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 988, OS North: 75

Archaeologist Name: R C Preece

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 269 (original date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 67 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, combined sample, id as twigs and branches of oak and hazel, incl. oak of at least 50 years' growth, from bowl-hearths under rampart, 1618/22/24 at The Breiddin, Powys, Wales.

ID: 489, C14 ID: HAR-470 Date BP: 3500 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Pre-hillfort occupation

Archaeologist Name: C R Musson et al

Reference Name: Musson, C R et al, 'The Breiddin hillfort: a later prehistoric settlement in the Welsh Marches', (CBA Res Rep, 76) 1991, 22; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 34-5; Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 408-9; Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 346

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit within false portal of monument and related to use of kerb circle at Cefn Caer Euni, Corwen, Merioneth, Gwynedd, Wales. Comment (subm): Date for monument is within expected range.

ID: 540, C14 ID: CAR-601 Date BP: 3380 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3450

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 994, OS North: 410

Archaeologist Name: F M Lynch

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 380-1; Archaeol Cambrensis, 135, 1986, 81-120

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from occupation horizon below main enclosure bank at Coed Y Cymdda, Cardiff, S Glamorgan.

ID: 541, C14 ID: CAR-304 Date BP: 3110 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3040, End BP: 3180

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 133, OS North: 740

Archaeologist Name: H Owen-John

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 371-2; Archaeol Wales, 20, 1980, 17; Archaeol Wales, 19, 1979, 25

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from C10 urn fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 556, C14 ID: CAR-449 Date BP: 3390 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3325, End BP: 3455

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from C5 urn-pit fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 559, C14 ID: CAR-453 Date BP: 3260 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3320

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1105BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from 3C layer beneath cairn at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales. Comment (subm): Mass of charcoal overlying stakeholes possibly indicates burning of building before construction of cairn.

ID: 560, C14 ID: CAR-454 Date BP: 3105 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3035, End BP: 3175

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1085BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from C8 urn-pit fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 562, C14 ID: CAR-456 Date BP: 3085 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3015, End BP: 3155

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1110BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, from fill of pot containing cremation burial, in pit outside kerb of cairn at Chysauster Cairn 38, Cornwall, England. Subm N D Balaam 1985. Comment: (GHS) This date and HAR-6652 both date burial and decorated pot containing it and will help in sequencing BA pottery in SW England.

ID: 874, C14 ID: HAR-6654 Date BP: 3110 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3040, End BP: 3180

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 472, OS North: 354

Archaeologist Name: G Smith 1984

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 172

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Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, from fill of pot containing cremation outside kerb of cairn at Chysauster Cairn 38, Cornwall, England. Subm N D Balaam 1985. Comment: (GHS) One of six pits with probable cremations found around cairn but without burial pots.

ID: 876, C14 ID: HAR-6926 Date BP: 3150 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 3240

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 472, OS North: 354

Archaeologist Name: G Smith 1984

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 172

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, from fill of pit containing cremation and rimsherd of decorated pottery (pit close to but outside rim of cairn containing burial pots) at Chysauster Cairn 38, Cornwall, England. Subm N D Balaam 1985. Comment (GHS): Date needed to help sequencing BA pottery in SW England.

ID: 877, C14 ID: HAR-6927 Date BP: 3280 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3160, End BP: 3400

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 472, OS North: 354

Archaeologist Name: G Smith 1984

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 172

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from part of in situ primary inhumation, inside cell in limestone boulder enclosure, lying directly on truncated subsoil, underlying main body of cairn material at Manor Farm Borwick, Lancashire, England. Subm A Olivier 1985. Comment (subm): Central burial included Early Bronze Age flat axe and dagger as did second in-situ burial. Although a direct relationship between these two burials cannot definitely be proven, they are both in a primary stratigraphic position and likely to be broadly contemporary.

ID: 896, C14 ID: HAR-6857 Date BP: 3440 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Cairn with later reuse

Archaeologist Name: A Olivier 1982 (Univ Lancaster)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 175-6; Proc Prehist Soc, 49, 1983, 389-92

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, Pomoideae (hawthorn type), Corylus avellana, Prunus sp (cherry/sloe), Prunus cf spinosa, fragments of twigs and larger wood, from midden context 2988 column 88 at Potterne, near Devizes, Wiltshire, England. Subm C Gingell and A J Lawson 1985.

ID: 904, C14 ID: HAR-6982 Date BP: 3130 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3030, End BP: 3230

Abstract: Two middens

Archaeologist Name: C Gingell and A J Lawson (Wessex Archaeol) 1984

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 176-7; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 78, 1984, 31-4; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 79, 1985, 101-8

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, Pomoideae, Corylus avellana, Prunus sp, Prunus spinosa, Tilia sp, fragments of twigs and larger wood, from midden context 2984 column 89 at Potterne, near Devizes, Wiltshire, England. Subm C Gingell and A J Lawson 1985.

ID: 905, C14 ID: HAR-6983 Date BP: 3430 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Two middens

Archaeologist Name: C Gingell and A J Lawson (Wessex Archaeol) 1984

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 176-7; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 78, 1984, 31-4; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 79, 1985, 101-8

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Carbon Date. 1230BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as oak, from near Hasholme logboat, rings 120 to 139 of bog oak 118, one of group at Hasholme Farm, Holme-on-Spalding Moor, Humberside North, England. Subm J Hillam (Univ Sheffield) 1986. Comment (subm): Dated to find out whether bog oaks are roughly contemporary with logboat; timber for boat felled 322-277 BC, so bog oak 118 is considerably older. Other bog oaks still to be dendrodated. Comment [Ed]: see also Durham TL dates for this site.

ID: 909, C14 ID: HAR-7024 Date BP: 3230 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3320

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 822, OS North: 326

Archaeologist Name: M Millett (Univ Durham) 1984

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 177; Archaeol J, 144, 1987, 69-155

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Corylus sp, from cremation burial D8, site phase 2 at Balloch Hill, Argyll, Strathclyde, Scotland. Subm E J Peltenburg 1976. [Ed: See ref 2 below for CAL range.]

ID: 1000, C14 ID: HAR-1902 Date BP: 3360 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Multiphase occupation

Archaeologist Name: E J Peltenburg

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 92-3; Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 112, 1982, 142-214

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Hawthorn type, oak and blackthorn from large timbers by C A Keepax, from silts of first phase ditch at Weekley, Northamptonshire, England. Subm D A Jackson 1976. Comment (subm): this could be boundary ditch mentioned in Anglo-Saxon lit. but is thought to be of Roman or Iron Age.

ID: 1041, C14 ID: HAR-1899 Date BP: 3420 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3520

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 888, OS North: 818

Archaeologist Name: D A Jackson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 87

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from boat ? in Sheffield Museum [see also BM-213], found at Chapel Flat Dyke, Rotherham, Yorkshire South, England. Coll R Switsur.

ID: 1174, C14 ID: Q-3122 Date BP: 3500 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3540

OS Letter: SK, OS East: 407, OS North: 914

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 1010-18; McGrail S, 'Logboats of England and Wales' (Brit Archaeol Rep, 51), 1978, 174-5

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Carbon Date. 1439BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from strake of boat in basal organic fills of channel cutting deposits which sealed piled structure 472 at Caldicot Castle Lake, Gwent, Wales. Coll Nigel Nayling. Comments (lab): High-precision date; (subm): Comparison with determinations from timber 'platform' or hard standing, which cluster around 2900 BP, suggest boat was deposited some centuries earlier.

ID: 1176, C14 ID: UB-3472 Date BP: 3439 +/- 19, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3458

Abstract: Sewn-plank boat

Archaeologist Name: Nigel Nayling (Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 19-21

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from subsoil pit below cairn, associated with collared urn at Carneddau Cairn I, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1185, C14 ID: CAR-1255 Date BP: 3200 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 3270

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 989, OS North: 997

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 48-9; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from subsoil pit below cairn, associated with collared urn at Carneddau Cairn I, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1186, C14 ID: CAR-1256 Date BP: 3310 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3380

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 989, OS North: 997

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 48-9; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as willow/poplar from large timbers, plus twiggy blackthorn etc by C A Keepax, from deposit of burnt material, including sand, on bedrock floor of building at Harlyn Bay, Cornwall, England. Subm R Whimster 1976. Comment (subm): Sample came from occupation layers antedating use of area for burial and apparently belongs to final destruction phase of building.

ID: 1160, C14 ID: HAR-1923 Date BP: 3460 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Circular building in Iron Age cemetery

Archaeologist Name: R Whimster (RCHME) 1976

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 298; Cornish Archaeol, 16, 1977, 61-88

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Sample not specified from urn C16 at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 1268, C14 ID: CAR-482 Date BP: 3410 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3480

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian White (Gwynedd Archaeol Trust)

Reference Name: Anglesey Antiq Soc Fld Club/Trans for 1981, 15-27; Lynch F, 'Prehistoric Anglesey', 2 ed 1991, 34 and 394

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Carbon Date. 1155BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 38 at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 1269, C14 ID: CAR-487 Date BP: 3155 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3085, End BP: 3225

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian White (Gwynedd Archaeol Trust)

Reference Name: Anglesey Antiq Soc Fld Club/Trans for 1981, 15-27; Lynch F, 'Prehistoric Anglesey', 2 ed 1991, 34 and 394-5

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 42A at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 1270, C14 ID: CAR-486 Date BP: 3040 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 2970, End BP: 3110

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian White (Gwynedd Archaeol Trust)

Reference Name: Anglesey Antiq Soc Fld Club/Trans for 1981, 15-27; Lynch F, 'Prehistoric Anglesey', 2 ed 1991, 34 and 394-5

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Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak by C A Keepax, from pit 85 in SE quadrant with a few white quartzite round pebbles, pit sealed by flat stones at Colliford Reservoir site CR II, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England.

ID: 1276, C14 ID: HAR-2622 Date BP: 3490 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3580

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 17, OS North: 71

Archaeologist Name: Frances Griffith

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 47-140 esp 64

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 86 with a few white pebbles, flat stone over pit at Colliford Reservoir site CR II, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England.

ID: 1277, C14 ID: HAR-2617 Date BP: 3500 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3580

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 17, OS North: 71

Archaeologist Name: Frances Griffith

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 47-140 esp 64

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Carbonised material, samples 153, 157 recovered by flotation from context 63 (dump, stone etc) at Carne (Rhos Carne Coch), Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1308, C14 ID: CAR-496 Date BP: 3400 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Burnt mounds, Mound B

Archaeologist Name: H James

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 245-65 esp. 260

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Carbon Date. 1205BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Carbonised material, sample 133 recovered by flotation from context 66 (dump of stone etc) at Carne (Rhos Carne Coch), Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1310, C14 ID: CAR-498 Date BP: 3205 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3135, End BP: 3275

Abstract: Burnt mounds, Mound B

Archaeologist Name: H James

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 245-65 esp. 260

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as birch, of stake F7 of round post-structure (roofed building?) at Chapeltump Site 1, near Magor, Gwent, Wales. Comment (subm): Consistent with accompanying pottery of Later BA type. [Ed: NGR is estimated only, not given in publication.]

ID: 1318, C14 ID: CAR-992 Date BP: 3170 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3100, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Structure on intertidal foreshore

Archaeologist Name: Stephen Green

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 36, 1989, 200-23 (esp. 203, 205)

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from context without identifiable structures (similar to Chapeltump Site 1 but with wider range of pottery) at Chapeltump Site 2, near Magor, Gwent, Wales. Coll R Trett (?). [Ed: NGR is estimated only, not given in publication.]

ID: 1320, C14 ID: CAR-956 Date BP: 3080 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3010, End BP: 3150

Abstract: On intertidal foreshore

Archaeologist Name: Stephen Green

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 36, 1989, 200-23

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Carbon Date. 1210BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from context 17, pit 16 under annexe to cairn at Aber Camddwr II, Trefeirig (Nantymoch reservoir), Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1199, C14 ID: CAR-997 Date BP: 3210 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3280

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 750, OS North: 869

Archaeologist Name: Ken Murphy

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 27, 1987, 36

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as animal, from Unit 4, LBA occupation, context 16: BD 2056 at Brean Down Sandcliff, Somerset, England. Subm Martin Bell. Comment (subm): See monograph for calibrations and comment.

ID: 1203, C14 ID: HAR-9155 Date BP: 3400 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Multi-phase settlement

Archaeologist Name: Martin Bell, Lampeter

Reference Name: Bell, Martin, 'Brean Down excavations 1983-1987' (English Heritage Archaeol Rep 15), 1990, 108 and 112-13

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Carbon Date. 1100BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as animal, from Unit 4, LBA occupation, context 16: BD 1352 at Brean Down Sandcliff, Somerset, England. Coll M Bell. Subm Martin Bell 1987. Comment (subm): See monograph for calibrations and comment.

ID: 1205, C14 ID: HAR-9153 Date BP: 3100 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3000, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Multi-phase settlement

Archaeologist Name: Martin Bell, Lampeter

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 65; Bell, Martin, 'Brean Down excavations 1983-1987' (English Heritage Archaeol Rep 15), 1990, 108 and 112-13

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone from pit 1001 at Roughground Farm, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England. Subm T G Allen 1983.

ID: 1214, C14 ID: HAR-5504 Date BP: 3040 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 2940, End BP: 3140

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 217, OS North: 8

Archaeologist Name: T G Allen (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 301 (not this date Darvill T, Prehistoric Gloucestershire, Gloucester 1987, 178; Allan T G et al, 'Excavations at Roughground Farm, Lechlade', OUCA, 1993

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Carbon Date. 1185BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from trough at Kilcor South IV, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1432, C14 ID: GrN-14255 Date BP: 3185 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3155, End BP: 3215

Abstract: Cooking mound with trough

Archaeologist Name: M F Hurley

Reference Name: Cleary, R M et al (eds), 'Archaeological excavations on the Cork-Dublin gas pipeline 1981-2' (= Cork Archaeol Stud, 1), 1987, 47

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as oak post, from base of shaft at Frocester Court, Gloucestershire, England.

ID: 1444, C14 ID: HAR-2179 Date BP: 3070 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 2980, End BP: 3160

Abstract: Roman villa with earlier occupation

Archaeologist Name: E G Price

Reference Name: Darvill, T C, 'Prehistoric Gloucestershire' (Gloucester, 1987), 177; Current Archaeol, 8, 1983, 139-45

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp (J Ambers), from base of small pit containing small urn ('Mrs Hurn's Urn'), but no burial, revealed by cliff fall at Bloodhound Cove, Harlyn Bay, Cornwall, England. Comment (P Rose): urn is decor. with twisted cord impressions, Trevisker Style 1. Pit had been covered by capstone and low mound. Compare second barrow group nearby on Cataclews Point. Date consistent with others from Cornish cairns or barrows, hinting at concentration of barrow-building during relatively limited period.

ID: 1337, C14 ID: BM-2472 Date BP: 3460 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3530

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 875, OS North: 755

Archaeologist Name: Anne Preston-Jones (Cornw Comm for Rescue Archaeol)

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 26, 1987, 86; Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 21

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal (AML 837122) from central deposit, Site XXIV, F2, sample DM 16 5/2 at Davidstow Moor Barrow 16, Cornwall, England. Subm P Christie (1983). Comment (subm): Gives primary date for barrow.

ID: 1338, C14 ID: HAR-8098 Date BP: 3440 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3540

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 143, OS North: 856

Archaeologist Name: C K Croft Andrew (1942)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 190; Cornish Archaeol, 24, 1985, 23-121; Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 164-5

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Burial 3 under slate kerb at Treligga Barrow 2, Cornwall, England. Subm P Christie (1983). Comment (subm): Dates secondary burial in barrow.

ID: 1339, C14 ID: HAR-8100 Date BP: 3380 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3300, End BP: 3460

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 45, OS North: 855

Archaeologist Name: C K Croft Andrew (1941)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 190; Cornish Archaeol, 24, 1985, 23-121 esp. 74-83; Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 164-5

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from base of postpipe within central pit at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1394, C14 ID: CAR-666 Date BP: 3420 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Site 1

Archaeologist Name: W Warrilow et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 53-87 fiche

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Carbon Date. 1310BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from surface of buried soil at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1395, C14 ID: CAR-667 Date BP: 3310 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3240, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Site 1

Archaeologist Name: W Warrilow et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 53-87 fiche

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from stabilised surface of outermost Phase 3 ditch at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1403, C14 ID: CAR-668 Date BP: 3390 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Site 5

Archaeologist Name: W Warrilow et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 53-87 fiche

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit cutting stabilised profile of ring ditch on SW side at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1408, C14 ID: CAR-848 Date BP: 3280 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3350

Abstract: Site 7

Archaeologist Name: W Warrilow et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 53-87 fiche

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Carbon Date. 1485BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as willow and hazel ? wattling, from ditch fill, Feature 140, possibly part of porch of timber structure at Ballyveelish 3, Co Tipperary, Ireland.

ID: 1427, C14 ID: GrN-11659 Date BP: 3485 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3445, End BP: 3525

Abstract: surrounding polygonal cist grave and timber ?mortuary house

Archaeologist Name: M G Doody

Reference Name: Cleary, R M et al (eds), 'Archaeological excavations on the Cork-Dublin gas pipeline 1981-2' (= Cork Archaeol Stud, 1), 1987, 10 and 29-30

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, AML 841214, from context 1L00131, tertiary burial cut through entirely filled barrow ditch in EBA Barrow Cemetery 1 at Heslerton, Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire North, England. Coll D Powlesland 1984. Comment (subm): Gives taq for stabilisation of ditch.

ID: 1485, C14 ID: HAR-8326 Date BP: 3440 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3480

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 918, OS North: 767

Archaeologist Name: D Powlesland

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 171; Archaeol J, 143, 1986, 53-173

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Carbon Date. 1360BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, from pit 5008 of circle; Aldbourne cups were in adjacent pit 5007. at Charnham Lane, Hungerford, Berkshire, England.

ID: 1486, C14 ID: BM-2737 Date BP: 3360 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Circle of 7 pits surrounding burnt area

Archaeologist Name: Steve Ford

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 57(2), 1991, 179-81

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human longbone, from complete skeleton, burial K9 on Site 2, close to horse burial of BM-2619 at Kirkburn Site 2, near Driffield, Humberside, England. Comment (subm): Dates secondary Bronze Age burial within Neo enclosure.

ID: 1498, C14 ID: BM-2620 Date BP: 3370 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3420

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 984, OS North: 574

Archaeologist Name: Ian Stead

Reference Name: Stead, Ian, 'Iron Age cemeteries in East Yorkshire' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 22), 1991, 169; Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 57

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Fraxinus (G C Morgan), from concentration in buried soil below cairn at Lan Fawr, Church Stoke, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1501, C14 ID: CAR-1038 Date BP: 3330 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3400

Abstract: site revealed by erosion

Archaeologist Name: W Britnell

Reference Name: Montgomeryshire Collect, 76, 1988, 13-15

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Antler from Feature 85, a sub-circular pit with MBA and LBA pottery, flint scrapers and cylindrical clay loomweight at Lodge Farm Pamphill, Dorset, England. Comment (subm): It would seem best not to place too much reliance on this determination for dating the feature or its contents. The nature of the feature itself is also enigmatic.

ID: 1520, C14 ID: HAR-9598 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Pits

Archaeologist Name: Peter Addison

Reference Name: Dorset Natur Hist Archaeol Soc/Proc, 111, 1990, 15-29

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Carbon Date. 1305BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak branch, poss. from heartwood, from western pit ?later phase at Longstone Field, St Ishmaels, Pembs, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1524, C14 ID: CAR-315 Date BP: 3305 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3235, End BP: 3375

Abstract: Standing stone and pits

Archaeologist Name: Don Benson & George Williams

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 138, 1989, 20-45 (esp. 33, 38, 40 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 378-9

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as cat, from amongst human bone of central inhumation (see HAR-5658) at Manor Farm, Borwick, Lancashire, England.

ID: 1533, C14 ID: HAR-5661 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3520

OS Letter: SD, OS East: 513, OS North: 725

Archaeologist Name: Adrian Olivier

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 302; Proc Prehist Soc, 49, 1983, 389-92; Proc Prehist Soc, 53, 1987, 129-86 (esp.135, 180)

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Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from central inhumation at Manor Farm, Borwick, Lancashire, England.

ID: 1534, C14 ID: HAR-5658 Date BP: 3270 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3190, End BP: 3350

OS Letter: SD, OS East: 513, OS North: 725

Archaeologist Name: Adrian Olivier

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 302; Proc Prehist Soc, 49, 1983, 389-92; Proc Prehist Soc, 53, 1987, 129-86 (esp.135, 180)

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Carbon Date. 1250BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak (Coralie Mills), from stone platform in upper fill of enclosure inner ditch at North Mains, Strathallen, Perthshire, Scotland. Comment (subm): (John Barber) Could be bog oak or sub-fossil material.

ID: 1570, C14 ID: GU-2682 Date BP: 3250 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3330

Abstract: Double-ditched enclosure on terrace edge

Archaeologist Name: G J Barclay and Myra Tolan

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 120, 1990, 45-53

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Pit 023, layer 022 at Penrhiwcradoc, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan, Wales.

ID: 1578, C14 ID: CAR-471 Date BP: 3400 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Rectangular funerary cairn

Archaeologist Name: H S Owen-John

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 266-82

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Carbon Date. 1475BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Pit 025, layer 024 (lower) at Penrhiwcradoc, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan, Wales.

ID: 1580, C14 ID: CAR-556 Date BP: 3475 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Rectangular funerary cairn

Archaeologist Name: H S Owen-John

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 266-82

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Carbon Date. 1443BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, from Phase II context D1 (1270.5/905.5 4 L) at Grimes Graves Shaft X, Norfolk, England. Comment (subm): See comments in ref. 1 below.

ID: 1460, C14 ID: BM-1263 Date BP: 3443 +/- 53, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3496

Abstract: tipped into Late Neo flint-mine shaft

Archaeologist Name: I H Longworth and A Herne

Reference Name: Longworth, I et al, 'Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-1976', Fasc 3 (British Museum Publications 1991), 19-20; Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 45

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Carbon Date. 1154BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, from Phase III (1270.5/905.5 10) at Grimes Graves Shaft X, Norfolk, England. Comment (subm): See comments in ref. 1 below.

ID: 1461, C14 ID: BM-1264 Date BP: 3154 +/- 64, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 3218

Abstract: tipped into Late Neo flint-mine shaft

Archaeologist Name: I H Longworth and A Herne

Reference Name: Longworth, I et al, 'Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-1976', Fasc 3 (British Museum Publications 1991), 19-20; Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 45

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Carbon Date. 1003BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, from Phase II context A2ii (1270.5/905.5 9 JMN) at Grimes Graves Shaft X, Norfolk, England. Comment (subm): See comments in ref. 1 below.

ID: 1462, C14 ID: BM-1037 Date BP: 3003 +/- 49, Start Date BP: 2954, End BP: 3052

Abstract: tipped into Late Neo flint-mine shaft

Archaeologist Name: I H Longworth and A Herne

Reference Name: Longworth, I et al, 'Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-1976', Fasc 3 (British Museum Publications 1991), 19-20; Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 45

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Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from c 10cm above base of mound, adjacent to monolith H at Troedrhiwgwinau Farm, Aberystwyth, Dyfed, Wales. Coll A E Caseldine & K Murphy.

ID: 1693, C14 ID: CAR-1046 Date BP: 3270 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3340

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 619, OS North: 823

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 1-5; in Buckley, Victor (comp), 'Burnt offerings' (Dublin, 1990), 129-40

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as twigs and branches, alder and hazel, no associated material, in pit at Ty'n Lon, Dothan, Anglesey, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 1703, C14 ID: CAR-1212 Date BP: 3170 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3100, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Pit near edge of pond or ancient watercourse

Archaeologist Name: D Longley

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 30, 1990, 41

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Carbon Date. 1270BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Peat from 1400, deposit below sand into which Structure I1 was cut at Prestatyn, Clwyd, Wales.

ID: 1595, C14 ID: CAR-965 Date BP: 3270 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3200, End BP: 3340

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 62, OS North: 817

Archaeologist Name: K Blockley

Reference Name: Blockley, K, 'Prestatyn 1984-5: an Iron Age farmstead and Romano-British industrial settlement in North Wales' (= Brit Archaeol Rep, 210), 1989, 22-3

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as mixed Quercus and Corylus spp (V Straker), from cremation secondary to construction of round cairn next to King Stone [Map], overlying first trace of collapsed cairn material and sealed by further collapse and rubble at Rollright Stones (King Stone), Oxfordshire, England. Comment (subm): May suggest Beaker or EBA date for cairn, rather than later. See also monograph.

ID: 1618, C14 ID: BM-2427 Date BP: 3370 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Cairn, ploughed-out barrow and standing stone

Archaeologist Name: G Lambrick (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 185-6; Lambrick, G, 'The Rollright Stones' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 6), 1988, 110

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Corylus sp (M Robinson), from cremation deposit at base of posthole in round barrow ca 40m NW of King Stone [Map] at Rollright Stones (King Stone), Oxfordshire, England. Comment (subm): Of interest in view of possible function of King Stone as cemetery marker. See also monograph.

ID: 1619, C14 ID: BM-2428 Date BP: 3480 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Cairn, ploughed-out barrow and standing stone

Archaeologist Name: G Lambrick (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 185-6; Lambrick, G, 'The Rollright Stones' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 6), 1988, 110

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Carbon Date. 1320BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Corylus sp (M Robinson), from cremation deposit in pit in round barrow assoc with Collared Urn at the Rollright Stones (King Stone [Map]), Oxfordshire, England. Comment (subm): Deposit was adjacent to that dated by BM-2428. Result is within later end of range expected for Collared Urns. See also monograph.

ID: 1620, C14 ID: BM-2429 Date BP: 3320 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3410

Abstract: Cairn, ploughed-out barrow and standing stone

Archaeologist Name: G Lambrick (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 185-6' Lambrick, G, 'The Rollright Stones' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 6), 1988, 110

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Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Corylus sp (V Straker), from scattered deposit, assoc with burnt stones and burnt human tooth from possible cremation beside round cairn next to King Stone [Map], sealed by rubble spill from collapse of cairn at the Rollright Stones (King Stone), Oxfordshire, England. Comment (subm): May suggest Beaker or EBA date for cairn rather than earlier date. See also monograph.

ID: 1621, C14 ID: BM-2430 Date BP: 3490 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3560

Abstract: Cairn, ploughed-out barrow and standing stone

Archaeologist Name: G Lambrick (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 185-6; Lambrick, G, 'The Rollright Stones' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 6), 1988, 110

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from association with Wessex-Middle Rhine Beaker at Smeeton Westerby, Leicestershire, England.

ID: 1631, C14 ID: BM-2521 Date BP: 3440 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3490

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 671, OS North: 912

Archaeologist Name: R A Rutland

Reference Name: Leicestershire Archaeol Hist Soc Trans, 51, 1975, 46-8 (site Leicestershire Archaeol Hist Soc Trans, 63, 1989, 109 (date)

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 824012, from Cremation D, cut into fill of 2nd phase ditch of 2nd phase barrow, with BA pot (Context 84) at Southworth Hall Farm, Winwick, Cheshire, England. Coll D J Freke 1980. Subm D J Freke 1981.

ID: 1632, C14 ID: HAR-5258 Date BP: 3390 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3460

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 619, OS North: 936

Archaeologist Name: D J Freke and R Holgate

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 330-1; J Chester Archaeol Soc, 70, 1987-8, 9-30

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 824016, from Context 400, thick charcoal below 2nd phase mound at Southworth Hall Farm, Winwick, Cheshire, England. Coll D J Freke 1980. Subm D J Freke 1981. Comment (subm): Interpreted as burnt mortuary structure.

ID: 1635, C14 ID: HAR-5261 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3540

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 619, OS North: 936

Archaeologist Name: D J Freke and R Holgate

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 330-1; J Chester Archaeol Soc, 70, 1987-8, 9-30

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 1584 associated with Collared Urn sherds at Spong Hill, North Elmham, Norfolk, England.

ID: 1640, C14 ID: HAR-2901 Date BP: 3440 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3530

OS Letter: TF, OS East: 980, OS North: 197

Archaeologist Name: Norfolk Archaeol Unit

Reference Name: E Anglian Archaeol Rep, 39, 1988, 104

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from context 77, cremation 313 at Stackpole Warren Site A, Dyfed, Wales. Coll G Williams (Dyfed Archaeol Trust). Comment (subm): The only deposit securely dated to the Bronze Age.

ID: 1644, C14 ID: CAR-476 Date BP: 3130 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 3200

Abstract: Around the Devil's Quoit standing stone

Archaeologist Name: G Williams

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 25, 1985, 25; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 179-245 (esp. p. 192, 195 and Table 13, p. 239)

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from charred plank (94) overlying unaccompanied cremation burial (No. 8) in group to NW of larger ring-ditch at Tandderwen, Dyffryn Clwyd, Denbigh, Clwyd, Wales. Comment (subm): See also CAR-1190, same sample, giving much later date.

ID: 1663, C14 ID: CAR-1277 Date BP: 3350 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Burial complex, multiphase

Archaeologist Name: K S Brassil and P J Meredith

Reference Name: Archaeol J, 148, 1991, 46-97 (esp. 61)

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from backfill layer near top of fill of Phase 2 barrow ditch at Trelan 2 (Site 41), Goonhilly Downs, Lizard, Cornwall, England. Subm N Balaam.

ID: 1691, C14 ID: HAR-4538 Date BP: 3040 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 2950, End BP: 3130

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 734, OS North: 192

Archaeologist Name: George Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 300-1, 335; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 168; Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 3-48 (site Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 213-14 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from cremation within secondary collared urn within cairn material at Carneddau Cairn I, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1815, C14 ID: CAR-1260 Date BP: 3440 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3500

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 989, OS North: 997

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 48-9; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from subsoil pit associated with collared urn at Carneddau Cairn II, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1816, C14 ID: CAR-1285 Date BP: 3380 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3310, End BP: 3450

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 999, OS North: 998

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 30, 1990, 52; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from subsoil pit associated with collared urn and pigmy cup at Carneddau Cairn II, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1817, C14 ID: CAR-1286 Date BP: 3430 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3500

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 999, OS North: 998

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 30, 1990, 52; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from base of largest internal pit, which also yielded small shale or jet bead at Carneddau Ring Bank, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1818, C14 ID: CAR-1261 Date BP: 3350 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3420

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 993, OS North: 998

Archaeologist Name: Bob Silvester (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from immediate pre-rampart occupation at Bryn Maen Caerau, Cellan, Cardiganshire, Dyfed, Wales. Comment (subm): Is difficult to reconcile with CAR-1070 (2520 70 bp), previously obtained for pre-rampart occupation. [Ed: possible alternative spelling for site: Bryn Mawr Caerau ?]

ID: 1846, C14 ID: CAR-1229 Date BP: 3180 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3110, End BP: 3250

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 597, OS North: 483

Archaeologist Name: G H Williams

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 30, 1990, 44; Archaeol Wales, 27, 1987, 32-3; Archaeol Wales, 28, 1988, 50

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal associated with flints on stone platform at Brainport Bay, Minard, Argyll, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1855, C14 ID: GU-1705 Date BP: 3010 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 2930, End BP: 3090

OS Letter: NR, OS East: 974, OS North: 950

Archaeologist Name: E W MacKie et al

Reference Name: Nature, 314, 1985, 158-61; Brit Archaeol Rep Brit Ser, 88, 1981, 131

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Carbon Date. 1030BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal ref T2/5, fragments in ditch, assoc. with bucket-shaped vessel P4 at Whitton Hill Site 2, Northumberland, England. Coll R Miket 1982. Subm R Miket. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2267.

ID: 1738, C14 ID: BM-2267R Date BP: 3030 +/- 210, Start Date BP: 2820, End BP: 3240

Abstract: Penannular enclosure with central cremation once surrounded by stone ring

Archaeologist Name: R Miket

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 512-13 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 70 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 51, 1985, 137-48

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal ref T2/3, assoc. with cremation in Pit 1 by approach to causeway at Whitton Hill Site 2, Northumberland, England. Coll R Miket 1982. Subm R Miket. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2204.

ID: 1739, C14 ID: BM-2204R Date BP: 3080 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 2940, End BP: 3220

Abstract: Penannular enclosure with central cremation once surrounded by stone ring

Archaeologist Name: R Miket

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 512-13 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 70 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 51, 1985, 137-48

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Carbon Date. 1190BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal ref T2/2, assoc. with cremated bone sealed below flagstone of central Pit Y at Whitton Hill Site 2, Northumberland, England. Coll R Miket 1982. Subm R Miket. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2264.

ID: 1740, C14 ID: BM-2264R Date BP: 3190 +/- 330, Start Date BP: 2860, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Penannular enclosure with central cremation once surrounded by stone ring

Archaeologist Name: R Miket

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 512-13 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 70 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 51, 1985, 137-48

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Organic-rich silt with moss and twigs from D2/13, gives terminus post quem for mining activity at Copa Hill, Cwmystwyth, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1964, C14 ID: BM-2733 Date BP: 3070 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3020, End BP: 3120

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 811, OS North: 751

Archaeologist Name: S Timberlake

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 30, 1990, 7-13

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Carbon Date. 1500BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as burnt roundwood (oak?) from D4/31, mine debris layer at Copa Hill, Cwmystwyth, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1965, C14 ID: BM-2732 Date BP: 3500 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3550

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 811, OS North: 751

Archaeologist Name: S Timberlake

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 30, 1990, 7-13

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Carbon Date. 1290BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen from context 022, short gallery at Great Orme, Llandudno, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 1967, C14 ID: BM-2645 Date BP: 3290 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3350

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 771, OS North: 831

Archaeologist Name: Gwynedd Archaeol Trust

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 42-3; P Crew (ed), 'Early mining in the British Isles' (ed P Crew), Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1370BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from context 022, short gallery at Great Orme, Llandudno, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 1968, C14 ID: CAR-1184 Date BP: 3370 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3290, End BP: 3450

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 771, OS North: 831

Archaeologist Name: Andy Lewis

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 42-3; P Crew (ed), 'Early mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from mines 3/4, primary spoil at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1970, C14 ID: GrN-13667 Date BP: 3430 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3460

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1375BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Mines 3/4, primary spoil at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1971, C14 ID: GrN-13979 Date BP: 3375 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3345, End BP: 3405

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from Mines 3/4, last fire-setting at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1972, C14 ID: GrN-15965 Date BP: 3350 +/- 25, Start Date BP: 3325, End BP: 3375

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1260BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from Mines 3/4, primary mine sediment at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1973, C14 ID: GrN-13980 Date BP: 3260 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3230, End BP: 3290

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1340BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from Mines 3/4, primary mine sediment at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1974, C14 ID: GrN-13981 Date BP: 3340 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3305, End BP: 3375

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit below cover-stone (no human remains or finds) at Cooradarrigan, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1864, C14 ID: GrN-15716 Date BP: 3080 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3045, End BP: 3115

Abstract: large boulder supported on three smaller ones

Archaeologist Name: Billy O'Brien (Univ College Cork) 1988

Reference Name: [Irish] 'Excavations 1989' (1990), 15

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Carbon Date. 1230BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from urned cremation in pit (Context 8) at Daneshill, Hampshire, England. [Ed: see excavation report (with calibrations).]

ID: 1869, C14 ID: HAR-9108 Date BP: 3230 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3140, End BP: 3320

Abstract: Deverel-Rimbury ceramic tradition

Archaeologist Name: M Millett and R T Schadla-Hall

Reference Name: Proc Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc, 47, 1992, 83-106 esp 93

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Carbon Date. 1200BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from urned cremation in pit (Context 20) at Daneshill, Hampshire, England. [Ed: see excavation report (with calibrations).]

ID: 1870, C14 ID: HAR-9109 Date BP: 3200 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3130, End BP: 3270

Abstract: Deverel-Rimbury ceramic tradition

Archaeologist Name: M Millett and R T Schadla-Hall

Reference Name: Proc Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc, 47, 1992, 83-106 esp 93

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from 3-5cm below surface of mineral soil at Dromatouk I, Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland. Coll A Lynch.

ID: 1891, C14 ID: GrN-9346 Date BP: 3330 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3280, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Peat site

Reference Name: Brit Archaeol Rep, 85, 1981, 97-9

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Carbon Date. 1355BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Peaty sand extract, from Hengistbury Head, Dorset, England. Coll J Campbell. Comment (subm): Dates possibly contaminated by humic acids of later soil formation. [Ed: there are also TL dates of 12,500 1150 and 9750 950.]

ID: 1928, C14 ID: GrN-6221A Date BP: 3355 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3440

OS Letter: SZ, OS East: 178, OS North: 905

Reference Name: Campbell, J, 'The Upper Palaeolithic of Britain: a study of man and nature in the Late Ice Age' (Clarendon Press, 1977 Barton, R N E, 'Hengistbury Head Dorset...' (OUCA Monogr 34), 1992, 62

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Carbon Date. 1150BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Peaty sand, from Hengistbury Head, Dorset, England. Coll J Campbell. Comment (subm): Dates possibly contaminated by humic acids of later soil formation. [Ed: there are also TL dates of 12,500 1150 and 9750 950.]

ID: 1929, C14 ID: GrN-6221B Date BP: 3150 +/- 335, Start Date BP: 2815, End BP: 3485

OS Letter: SZ, OS East: 178, OS North: 905

Reference Name: Campbell, J, 'The Upper Palaeolithic of Britain: a study of man and nature in the Late Ice Age' (Clarendon Press, 1977 Barton, R N E, 'Hengistbury Head Dorset...' (OUCA Monogr 34), 1992, 62

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Carbon Date. 1440BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as mainly hawthorn, with fragments of blackthorn and hazel / alder, from unaccompanied cremation in pit F3, satellite burial? with minimum of 3 individuals represented, at Lambourn Barrow 19, Berkshire, England. Comment (subm): Gives approximate date of construction.

ID: 1939, C14 ID: HAR-3818 Date BP: 3440 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Bell barrow

Archaeologist Name: Julian Richards

Reference Name: Berkshire Archaeol J, 73, 1986-90 (1991), 4-9

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Carbon Date. 1265BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Pinus sylvestris, from root channels at top of gley horizon in soil/peat monolith at Maughnasilly I, Kealkil, County Cork, Ireland. Comment (lab): Acid pre-treatment

ID: 1954, C14 ID: GrN-9280 Date BP: 3265 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3320

Abstract: of five stones

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1977

Reference Name: Brit Archaeol Rep, 85, 1981, 69-74, 107-8

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Carbon Date. 1265BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal embedded in basal peat overlying site at Maughnasilly I, Kealkil, County Cork, Ireland. Comment (lab): Acid pre-treatment.

ID: 1955, C14 ID: GrN-9281 Date BP: 3265 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3320

Abstract: of five stones

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1977

Reference Name: Brit Archaeol Rep, 85, 1981, 69-74, 107-8

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Carbon Date. 1305BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Mines 5/6, primary spoil at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1977, C14 ID: GrN-15966 Date BP: 3305 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3255, End BP: 3355

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood, unworked, from base of mine 6 peat deposit at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1978, C14 ID: GrN-13741 Date BP: 3070 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3010, End BP: 3130

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Mines 9/10 primary spoil at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland. Comment (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-2271.

ID: 1979, C14 ID: BM-2271R Date BP: 3410 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 3270, End BP: 3550

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 66 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Mine 18, primary spoil at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1980, C14 ID: GrN-13668 Date BP: 3430 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3460

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from Mine 24, primary mine sediment at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1981, C14 ID: GrN-15967 Date BP: 3280 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3245, End BP: 3315

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood from Mine 24, primary mine sediment at Mount Gabriel, Co Cork, Ireland.

ID: 1982, C14 ID: BM-2336 Date BP: 3130 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3050, End BP: 3210

OS Letter: V, OS East: 932, OS North: 348

Archaeologist Name: W F O'Brien

Reference Name: J Cork Archaeol Hist Soc, 92(251), 1987, 50-70; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 269-90; P Crew (ed), 'Early Mining in the British Isles', Plas Tan y Bwlch Occas Pap 1, 1990, 59-64

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Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Peaty charcoal from Site B, fill of one pit in a series just within ring ditch predating the round structure at Navan, Armagh, Ireland. Comment (subm): With adjustment for old wood gives 1600-1020 Cal BC.

ID: 1992, C14 ID: UB-974 Date BP: 3140 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3050, End BP: 3230

OS Letter: H, OS East: 847, OS North: 452

Reference Name: Emania, 5, 1988, 38; Emania, 6, 1989, 34-5; [and see further Navan publications in Emania]

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as mostly Pomoideae with some cf Prunus spinosa, from layer 1337 immediately under LBA rubbish in ring ditch fill at North Down Park Estate, Margate, (= SAM Kent 384), Kent, England. Subm N D Balaam 1985. Comment (subm): Gives tpq for deposition of LBA rubbish layer.

ID: 1997, C14 ID: HAR-7010 Date BP: 3020 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 2940, End BP: 3100

Abstract: ring ditch

Archaeologist Name: G H Smith 1984

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 178; Archaeol Cantiana, 104, 1987, 237-85, esp. 244, 248

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Carbon Date. 1020BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Carbonised wood, id as mixed spp (details given) by R P J McCullagh, from house platform 1, episode 1, dispersed hearth at Eildon Hill North, Borders, Scotland. Comment (subm): See monograph for corrected dates etc.

ID: 2310, C14 ID: GU-2194 Date BP: 3020 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 2960, End BP: 3080

Abstract: Multiphase: unenclosed platform settlement and hillfort

Archaeologist Name: O A Owen 1986

Reference Name: Rideout J S et al (ed), 'Hillforts of southern Scotland', Edinburgh (AOC Ltd Monogr 1), 1992, 21-71 esp 58-60

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as hazel, from ditch fill (secondary) at Loanleven, Methven parish, Perth & Kinross District, Tayside, Scotland. Comment (subm): Gives tpq for Cist 2 and taq for cutting of ditch.

ID: 2546, C14 ID: GU-2542 Date BP: 3410 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3460

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 54, OS North: 257

Archaeologist Name: C E Lowe (HBM/AOC)

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 301-12

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone from inhumation 26 at Easton Down (Site R7), M3 motorway site, Hampshire, England. Comment (subm): See comment and CAL dates in monograph.

ID: 2557, C14 ID: HAR-3344 Date BP: 3160 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 3230

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 495, OS North: 313

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham

Reference Name: Fasham P J & Whinney R J B, 'Archaeology and the M3...' (= Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc Monogr, 7), 1991, 143-7

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id by P Franklin (Oxford U Dept Forestry) as Quercus sp, bulked sample, from sandy layer below ring bank, poss carbonised remains of stakes of wooden stake circle at Harden Moor, near Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. Subm J Henderson 1984. Comment (subm): BM-2572 is youngest in series and provides tpq for ring bank. Other dates provide firm EBA attribution for cremation deposits on site and all prob fall within same early phase of activity (as indicated by stratigraphy). Measurements provide tpq for stone circle which was pushed over to seal some of cremation pits. Oak is long-lived species but dates still indicate post ring later than cremations and poss later than stone circle.

ID: 2785, C14 ID: BM-2572 Date BP: 3390 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3440

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 75, OS North: 386

Archaeologist Name: J Henderson (Res Lab for Archaeol & Hist of Art, Oxford)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 56

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Carbon Date. 1130BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone [?] from inhumation 24 at Easton Down (Site R7), M3 motorway site, Hampshire, England. Comment (subm): See comment and CAL dates in monograph.

ID: 2558, C14 ID: HAR-1023 Date BP: 3130 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3060, End BP: 3200

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 495, OS North: 313

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham

Reference Name: Fasham P J & Whinney R J B, 'Archaeology and the M3...' (= Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc Monogr, 7), 1991, 143-7

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Carbon Date. 1080BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone [?] from inhumation 43 at Easton Down (Site R7), M3 motorway site, Hampshire, England. Comment (subm): See comment and CAL dates in monograph.

ID: 2559, C14 ID: HAR-3417 Date BP: 3080 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3000, End BP: 3160

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 495, OS North: 313

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham

Reference Name: Fasham P J & Whinney R J B, 'Archaeology and the M3...' (= Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc Monogr, 7), 1991, 143-7

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from pit 4699, possibly associated with MBA structure 2159 at Easton Lane (Site W29, Interchange), M3 motorway site, Hampshire, England. Comment (subm): See extended comment and CAL ranges in monograph.

ID: 2565, C14 ID: HAR-6116 Date BP: 3240 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3360

Abstract: Multi-period settlement

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham 1983 (Trust for Wessex Arch)

Reference Name: Fasham P J & Whinney R J B, 'Archaeology and the M3...' (= Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc Monogr, 7), 1991, 143-7

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from circular structure 3918 at Easton Lane (Site W29, Interchange), M3 motorway site, Hampshire, England. Comment (subm): See extended comment and CAL ranges in monograph.

ID: 2566, C14 ID: HAR-6121 Date BP: 3090 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3000, End BP: 3180

Abstract: Multi-period settlement

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham 1983 (Trust for Wessex Arch)

Reference Name: Fasham P J & Whinney R J B, 'Archaeology and the M3...' (= Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc Monogr, 7), 1991, 143-7

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Carbon Date. 1350BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Antler, AML 833178, from upper fill of Late Neo pit at Easton Lane (Site W29, Interchange), M3 motorway site, Hampshire, England. Subm P J Fasham 1983. [Ed: This date not included in monograph below.]

ID: 2571, C14 ID: HAR-6115 Date BP: 3350 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3250, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Multi-period settlement

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham 1982 (Trust for Wessex Arch)

Reference Name: Fasham P J & Whinney R J B, 'Archaeology and the M3...' (= Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc Monogr, 7), 1991, 143-7; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 170

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from hearth overlying Structure 5, Area E2 at Eskmeals, Williamson's Moss, Cumbria, England. Comment (subm): See references.

ID: 2329, C14 ID: UB-2715 Date BP: 3480 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3560

Abstract: Occupation material in alluvial sediments

Archaeologist Name: C J Bonsall

Reference Name: Northern Archaeol, 7, 1986, 3-30; Bonsall C (ed), 'The Mesolithic in Europe' (Edinburgh: John Donald 1989), 175-205

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from cremation pit 22, with undecorated collared urn and bone bead at Ewanrigg, Maryport, Cumbria, England. Subm Bob Bewley 1985. Comment (subm): See reference for calibrations, based on Harwell's Aug. 1990 data.

ID: 2337, C14 ID: HAR-5960 Date BP: 3470 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3400, End BP: 3540

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 35, OS North: 353

Archaeologist Name: Bob Bewley 1985

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 325-54

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Carbon Date. 1400BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from cremation pit 52 cut into subsoil (EWR85052) at Ewanrigg, Maryport, Cumbria, England. Subm Bob Bewley 1985. Comment (subm): Only 3 of 29 cremation pits at this site have been dated.

ID: 2343, C14 ID: HAR-7071 Date BP: 3400 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3330, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Multi-phase cemetery

Archaeologist Name: Bob Bewley 1985

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 187-8; Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 325-44

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from the larger of two EBA occupation spreads on pebbles placed on mud at Moynagh Lough, Brittas townland, Cruicetown parish, County Meath, Ireland.

ID: 2577, C14 ID: GrN-11442 Date BP: 3460 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3425, End BP: 3495

Abstract: Crannog site

Archaeologist Name: J Bradley

Reference Name: J Roy Soc Antiq Ireland, 121, 1991, 5-26; J Ir Archaeol, 5, 1989-90, 77; Riocht na Midhe, 7(4), 1985-6, 79-92 (and earlier issues)

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Carbon Date. 1160BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 850037, from trench 2, layer 1A, sec 2 at Everley Water Meadow, Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England. Subm R J Mercer 1985.

ID: 2803, C14 ID: HAR-6529 Date BP: 3160 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 3230

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 861, OS North: 115

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308-9

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 850038, from trench 3, layer 4, sec 6 at Everley Water Meadow, Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England. Subm R J Mercer 1985.

ID: 2804, C14 ID: HAR-6530 Date BP: 3090 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3010, End BP: 3170

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 861, OS North: 115

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308-9

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Carbon Date. 1070BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 850039, from trench 3, layer 4, sec 6 at Everley Water Meadow, Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England. Subm R J Mercer 1985.

ID: 2805, C14 ID: HAR-6531 Date BP: 3070 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3000, End BP: 3140

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 861, OS North: 115

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308-9

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Carbon Date. 1460BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 841440, from well-preserved pyre base on OGS below few cm of preserved barrow material; charcoal layer of pyre cut by primary grave F266 at Bromfield Quarry, Shropshire, England. Subm S C Stanford 1984. Comment (subm): Sample dates barrow B15 within Bromfield funerary sequence and provides taq for preceding Beaker use of site.

ID: 2809, C14 ID: HAR-6547 Date BP: 3460 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3370, End BP: 3550

Abstract: multiperiod site, Beaker / Bronze Age / Iron Age / Roman

Archaeologist Name: S C Stanford

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 309-10; Proc Prehist Soc, 48, 1982, 279-320; Stanford S C, 'Archaeology of the Welsh Marches', privately pub'd, 2 rev ed, 1991

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 841441, from primary cremation grave F266 in centre of barrow B15, below barrow turf but cut through pyre layer at Bromfield Quarry, Shropshire, England. Subm S C Stanford 1984. Comment (subm): Result supports HAR-6547 with which it should be contemporary.

ID: 2810, C14 ID: HAR-6560 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3520

Abstract: multiperiod site, Beaker / Bronze Age / Iron Age / Roman

Archaeologist Name: S C Stanford

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 309-10; Proc Prehist Soc, 48, 1982, 279-320; Stanford S C, 'Archaeology of the Welsh Marches', privately pub'd, 2 rev ed, 1991

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal FRA 43 from Trench A, context 43, layer of charcoal and burnt flint on coastal plain adjacent to the Ferring Rife, at Ferring, Littlehampton, Sussex West, England. Coll P L Drewett 1984. Subm C Cartwright (Inst Arch London) 1985. Comment (subm): Trenches A and B at Ferring are adjacent to marine inlet which later became freshwater stream. Represents gradual accumulation over several hundred years in 1st millennium BC. An LBA metalwork hoard was found in 1983 near site of 1984 excavations.

ID: 2353, C14 ID: HAR-7034 Date BP: 3040 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 2970, End BP: 3110

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 89, OS North: 24

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 181; Sussex Archaeol Collect, 127, 1989, 11-29

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Carbon Date. 1280BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood charcoal from pit 140, charcoal-filled at Parc Maen, Llangolman, Dyfed, Wales. Comment (subm): CAR-494, 568 and 567 are significantly different from CAR-570 and their spatial distribution suggests post-cairn activity.

ID: 2590, C14 ID: CAR-494 Date BP: 3280 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3210, End BP: 3350

Abstract: with associated standing stone

Archaeologist Name: E C Marshall 1981/2

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 140, 1991, 28-75 esp 49, 70

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Carbon Date. 1490BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood charcoal from fill of vessel 2 (probably dedicatory) at Parc Maen, Llangolman, Dyfed, Wales. Comment (subm): CAR-494, 568 and 567 are significantly different from CAR-570 and their spatial distribution suggests post-cairn activity.

ID: 2591, C14 ID: CAR-495 Date BP: 3490 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3410, End BP: 3570

Abstract: with associated standing stone

Archaeologist Name: E C Marshall 1981/2

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 140, 1991, 28-75 esp 49, 70

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Carbon Date. 1330BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood charcoal from charcoal spread no 613 at Parc Maen, Llangolman, Dyfed, Wales. Comment (subm): CAR-494, 568 and 567 are significantly different from CAR-570 and their spatial distribution suggests post-cairn activity.

ID: 2592, C14 ID: CAR-567 Date BP: 3330 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3400

Abstract: with associated standing stone

Archaeologist Name: E C Marshall 1981/2

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 140, 1991, 28-75 esp 49, 70

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood charcoal from charcoal-filled pit 678 below 613 spread at Parc Maen, Llangolman, Dyfed, Wales. Comment (subm): CAR-494, 568 and 567 are significantly different from CAR-570 and their spatial distribution suggests post-cairn activity.

ID: 2593, C14 ID: CAR-568 Date BP: 3240 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3170, End BP: 3310

Abstract: with associated standing stone

Archaeologist Name: E C Marshall 1981/2

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 140, 1991, 28-75 esp 49, 70

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Carbon Date. 1180BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Wood charcoal from charcoal-filled pit 751 at Parc Maen, Llangolman, Dyfed, Wales. Comment (subm): CAR-494, 568 and 567 are significantly different from CAR-570 and their spatial distribution suggests post-cairn activity.

ID: 2594, C14 ID: CAR-569 Date BP: 3180 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3240

Abstract: with associated standing stone

Archaeologist Name: E C Marshall 1981/2

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 140, 1991, 28-75 esp 49, 70

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Carbon Date. 1410BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as ash, hazel, oak, mostly fast-grown, from pit 6, no artefacts or bone at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2596, C14 ID: GU-2374 Date BP: 3410 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3360, End BP: 3460

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1380BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from body of cairn at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2597, C14 ID: GU-2375 Date BP: 3380 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3320, End BP: 3440

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1390BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from body of cairn at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2598, C14 ID: GU-2376 Date BP: 3390 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3340, End BP: 3440

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1430BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as hazel, oak, fast-grown, from pit 3, no artefacts or bone at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2599, C14 ID: GU-2377 Date BP: 3430 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3480

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1480BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as ash, hazel, oak, slow-grown, from pit 1, with collared urn, accessory cup and cremation at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2601, C14 ID: GU-2379 Date BP: 3480 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3530

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1040BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as hazel, oak, from pit 5, no artefacts or bone at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2603, C14 ID: GU-2381 Date BP: 3040 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 2990, End BP: 3090

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from one of charcoal-filled pits of presumed MBA-Later BA date at Pennant Melangell Church, Llangynog, Montgomeryshire, Wales.

ID: 2606, C14 ID: CAR-1249 Date BP: 3140 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3070, End BP: 3210

Abstract: metalworking activity ?

Archaeologist Name: W J Britnell (Clwyd-Powys Archaeol Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 51

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Carbon Date. 1450BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 841442, from satellite cremation grave F267 within area of barrow B15 but probably below barrow material at Bromfield Quarry, Shropshire, England. Subm S C Stanford 1984. Comment (subm): It is not known whether satellite cremn was buried at same time as funeral pyre or was placed between pyre phase and barrow construction. Date confirms that primary and satellite burials were broadly contemporary.

ID: 2811, C14 ID: HAR-6561 Date BP: 3450 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3520

Abstract: multiperiod site, Beaker / Bronze Age / Iron Age / Roman

Archaeologist Name: S C Stanford

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 309-10; Proc Prehist Soc, 48, 1982, 279-320; Stanford S C, 'Archaeology of the Welsh Marches', privately pub'd, 2 rev ed, 1991

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Carbon Date. 1090BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 841443, from cremation grave F272 in small cemetery of which other graves contained sherds of either Late Beaker or Early Bronze Age pottery at Bromfield Quarry, Shropshire, England. Subm S C Stanford 1984.

ID: 2812, C14 ID: HAR-6566 Date BP: 3090 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3020, End BP: 3160

Abstract: multiperiod site, Beaker / Bronze Age / Iron Age / Roman

Archaeologist Name: S C Stanford

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 309-10; Proc Prehist Soc, 48, 1982, 279-320; Stanford S C, 'Archaeology of the Welsh Marches', privately pub'd, 2 rev ed, 1991

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Carbon Date. 1010BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal (ref BPA 005), from fill of bucket urn, assoc with cremated bone, buried in deposit of flint nodules in top of ditch fill of Barrow 3 at Barrow Pleck, South Lodge Camp, Berwick St John, Cranborne Chase, Wiltshire, England. Coll J Barrett, R Bradley 1980. Subm R Bradley (Univ Reading). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1917; (subm): See extended comment in monograph.

ID: 2131, C14 ID: BM-1917R Date BP: 3010 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 2890, End BP: 3130

Abstract: Deverel-Rimbury, assoc with settlement

Archaeologist Name: J Barrett

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 41-3 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revised date Barrett J et al (eds), 'Papers on the prehistoric archaeology of Cranborne Chase' (= Oxbow Monogr 11, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1470BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human, from burial in Cist 1, with bronze knife dagger and small pottery vessel at Gairneybank, Kinross, Tayside, Scotland.

ID: 2363, C14 ID: GU-1118 Date BP: 3470 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3390, End BP: 3550

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 127, OS North: 988

Archaeologist Name: Trevor Cowie and Graham Ritchie

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 121, 1991, 95-109 esp 96 and 98

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Carbon Date. 1475BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human, from burial in Cist 2, with complete Food Vessel at Gairneybank, Kinross, Tayside, Scotland.

ID: 2364, C14 ID: GU-1119 Date BP: 3475 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3405, End BP: 3545

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 127, OS North: 988

Archaeologist Name: Trevor Cowie and Graham Ritchie

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 121, 1991, 95-109 esp 96 and 98

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Carbon Date. 1415BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as mostly Quercus and a little hazel by A D Tipper, from bottom of oval pit (16) with cremated bone fragments at Great Carn I, Cefn Bryn, Gower, Glamorgan West, Wales. Comment (subm): Could be from an earlier deposit brought from elsewhere.

ID: 2371, C14 ID: Birm-1150 Date BP: 3415 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3345, End BP: 3485

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 490, OS North: 907

Archaeologist Name: Anthony Ward 1981/2

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 153-72 esp 161

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Carbon Date. 1170BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal or bone ? in assoc ? with MBA bucket urn in cremation pit below disturbed and ploughed-down barrow at Piddlehinton 15 (RCHME no.), Little Piddle Down, Dorset, England.

ID: 2611, C14 ID: HAR-10059 Date BP: 3170 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3090, End BP: 3250

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 695, OS North: 957

Archaeologist Name: Martin Papworth (Trust for Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Dorset Natur Hist Archaeol Soc Proc, 112, 1990, 129-31

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Carbon Date. 1320BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal and charred grain from W end of floor of House 1, Phase 1, dating main occupation of structure at Scord of Brouster, Shetland Isles, Scotland. Subm A Whittle 1980. Comment (subm): Series is within expected date range. CAR-253 is out of sequence. House 2 would appear slightly older than House 1. CAR-246 and -247 are compatible with earlier determination HAR-2413 from House 1 Phase 2.

ID: 2825, C14 ID: CAR-477 Date BP: 3320 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3260, End BP: 3380

Abstract: houses, cairn and fields

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle (U Wales Cardiff)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 382-4

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Carbon Date. 1420BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal and charred grain from middle and W part of floor of House 3, Phase 1, dating occupation of structure at Scord of Brouster, Shetland Isles, Scotland. Subm A Whittle 1980. Comment (subm): Series is within expected date range. CAR-253 is out of sequence. House 2 would appear slightly older than House 1. CAR-246 and -247 are compatible with earlier determination HAR-2413 from House 1 Phase 2.

ID: 2826, C14 ID: CAR-479 Date BP: 3420 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3350, End BP: 3490

Abstract: houses, cairn and fields

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle (U Wales Cardiff)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 382-4

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Carbon Date. 1140BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal (ref BPA 011), from unurned cremation assoc with burnt flint outside Barrow 3, at Barrow Pleck, South Lodge Camp, Berwick St John, Cranborne Chase, Wiltshire, England. Coll J Barrett, R Bradley 1980. Subm R Bradley (Univ Reading). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1919; (subm): See extended comment in monograph.

ID: 2133, C14 ID: BM-1919R Date BP: 3140 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3020, End BP: 3260

Abstract: Deverel-Rimbury, assoc with settlement

Archaeologist Name: J Barrett

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 41-3 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revised date Barrett J et al (eds), 'Papers on the prehistoric archaeology of Cranborne Chase' (= Oxbow Monogr 11, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1240BC. Late Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal (ref SL80 F529a) from fill of post hole of principal round house within enclosed settlement. Enclosure is aligned on building and should therefore date use of enclosure, at South Lodge Camp, Berwick St John, Cranborne Chase, Wiltshire, England. Coll J Barrett, R Bradley 1980. Subm R Bradley (Univ Reading). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1921; (subm): See extended comment in monograph.

ID: 2135, C14 ID: BM-1921R Date BP: 3240 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3120, End BP: 3360

Abstract: Deverel-Rimbury

Archaeologist Name: J Barrett

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 41-3 (ori