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Late Neolithic is in Neolithic Carbon Dates.

Carbon Date. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; juvenile left femur; this bone is one of several disarticulated bones found in context (412) of the south chamber, attributed to a juvenile, individual E, and evidently not from another identified or dated individual. Context (412) was sealed between a paved floor, context (452) (or (453), the pre-cairn surface, where paving was absent), and (352), a horizontal layer of limestone slabs. This appears to have been the collapsed roof of the chamber. The bones of individual E were evidently deposited while the chamber was still open.

ID: 9256, C14 ID: GrA-24512 Date BP: 4860 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 4810

Abstract: Hazleton North: disarticulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2945BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; adult female, left femur; this bone is one of a pair of femora (<11035> and <9554>) found in context (412) of the south chamber, attributed to an adult female and evidently not belonging to another identified or dated individual. Context (412) was sealed between a paved floor, context (452) (or (453), the pre-cairn surface, where paving was absent), and (352), a horizontal layer of limestone slabs. This appears to have been the collapsed roof of the chamber. The two femora were evidently deposited while the chamber was still open.

ID: 9257, C14 ID: GrA-24564 Date BP: 4945 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4990, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Hazleton North: disarticulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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. 2910BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Plant macrofossil; the sample came from a small pit 1432, 0.86m long, 0.43m wide, and 0.36m deep, containing three deposits (1435, 1434, and 1433). The pit was located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 1433 - a greyish brown sand silt with infrequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal, which is slumped against the sides of the feature. The pit contains more than 0.6kg of worked flint and over 2.2kg of Mildenhall ware. Most of these finds come from the primary deposit. The pit touches no other features, but has been truncated by 0.3m by modern ploughing. The pit was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9258, C14 ID: GrA-23825 Date BP: 4910 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4960, End BP: 4860

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2825BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Plant macrofossil; the sample came from a small pit 1114 measuring 0.87m long, 0.4m wide, and 0.6m deep, containing four deposits (1115, 1116, 1128, and 1129). The pit was located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 1129 - a greyish black sand silt with infrequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal, which occupies the lower 25%. The pit contains more than 4kg of worked flint and over 2kg of Mildenhall ware. Most of these finds come from the primary deposit. The pit touches no other features, but has been truncated by 0.3m by modern ploughing. The pit was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9262, C14 ID: GrA-23771 Date BP: 4825 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4780

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2910BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the sample came from a small pit 103, 0.75m wide and 0.42m deep, containing a single deposit, 102. The pit was located close to a segment of one of the causewayed enclosure ditches in the north-east corner of the site. The sample was fill 102, a black sand silt, which contained a small amount of Mildenhall ware (0.4kg), a very large cache (6.8kg) of cores, chippings, and unfinished flint tools (like nearby pit 98), and infrequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal. The west side of the pit was cut by an Iron Age ditch 111, with a single fill 110. The pit was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9263, C14 ID: GrA-23770 Date BP: 4910 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4955, End BP: 4865

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the sample came from a small pit 96, 0.9m wide, and 0.32m deep, containing three deposits (97, 98, and 99). The pit was located close to a segment of one of the causewayed enclosure ditches in the north-east corner of the site. The sample was from the second fill, 98, a dark grey/black/brown silty sand which contained a very large cache (4.5kg) of cores, chippings, and unfinished flint tools (like nearby pit 103), and rare flecks of carbonised macrofossils. The pit was not stratigraphically related to any other excavated feature, but was truncated by modern ploughing. It was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9264, C14 ID: GrA-23769 Date BP: 4830 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4790

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2812BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Plant macrofossil; the sample came from a small pit 96, 0.9m wide, and 0.32m deep, containing three deposits (97, 98, and 99). The pit was located close to a segment of one of the causewayed enclosure ditches in the north-east corner of the site. The sample was from the second fill, 98, a dark grey/black/brown silty sand which contained a very large cache (4.5kg) of cores, chippings, and unfinished flint tools (like nearby pit 103), and rare flecks of carbonised macrofossils. The pit was not stratigraphically related to any other excavated feature, but was truncated by modern ploughing. It was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9267, C14 ID: OxA-12617 Date BP: 4812 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4847, End BP: 4777

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2787BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the sample came from a small pit 1432, 0.86m long, 0.43m wide, and 0.36m deep, containing three deposits (1435, 1434, and 1433). The pit was located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 1433 - a greyish brown sand silt with infrequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal, which is slumped against the sides of the feature. The pit contains more than 0.6kg of worked flint and over 2.2kg of Mildenhall ware. Most of these finds come from the primary deposit. The pit touches no other features, but has been truncated by 0.3m by modern ploughing. The pit was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9268, C14 ID: OxA-12616 Date BP: 4787 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 4824, End BP: 4750

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2777BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the sample came from a small pit 103, 0.75m wide and 0.42m deep, containing a single deposit, 102. The pit was located close to a segment of one of the causewayed enclosure ditches in the north-east corner of the site. The sample was fill 102, a black sand silt, which contained a small amount of Mildenhall ware (0.4kg), a very large cache (6.8kg) of cores, chippings, and unfinished flint tools (like nearby pit 98), and infrequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal. The west side of the pit was cut by an Iron Age ditch 111, with a single fill 110. The pit was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9269, C14 ID: OxA-12615 Date BP: 4777 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 4814, End BP: 4740

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2828BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the sample came from a small pit 1114 measuring 0.87m long, 0.4m wide, and 0.6m deep, containing four deposits (1115, 1116, 1128, and 1129). The pit was located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 1129 - a greyish black sand silt with infrequent lumps and flecks of Charcoal, which occupies the lower 25%. The pit contains more than 4kg of worked flint and over 2kg of Mildenhall ware. Most of these finds come from the primary deposit. The pit touches no other features, but has been truncated by 0.3m by modern ploughing. The pit was cut into the glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel, and was sealed by 0.3m of modern ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable before excavation began.

ID: 9270, C14 ID: OxA-12614 Date BP: 4828 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 4865, End BP: 4791

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2775BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Plant macrofossil; carbonised; recut (251) of north end of causewayed enclosure ditch 13930, part of middle circuit with seven deposits. Both samples come from the tertiary fill, which contains 356g of Mildenhall Ware and 2492g of flint, largely consisting of waste material-cores, chipping, and unfinished tools. Two pits (96 and 103) with exceptionally large amounts of waste flint material, suggesting a flintworking area in this part of this site, lie to the immediate north. Radiocarbon dates from both pits (series A) are in the region of c 3600 cal BC. An east-west late Iron Age linear feature 09/211 cuts the north end of the recut. The surrounding natural is a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel. Deposit 251 is undisturbed by late Iron Age linear cut 209/211, which cuts the north end of the recut. The watertable is c 1.4m below the stripped surface.

ID: 9276, C14 ID: GrA-25020 Date BP: 4775 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4815, End BP: 4735

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: C (causewayed enclosure)

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. 2832BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Plant macrofossil; carbonised; recut (251) of north end of causewayed enclosure ditch 13930, part of middle circuit with seven deposits. Both samples come from the tertiary fill, which contains 356g of Mildenhall Ware and 2492g of flint, largely consisting of waste material-cores, chipping, and unfinished tools. Two pits (96 and 103) with exceptionally large amounts of waste flint material, suggesting a flintworking area in this part of this site, lie to the immediate north. Radiocarbon dates from both pits (series A) are in the region of c 3600 cal BC. An east-west late Iron Age linear feature 09/211 cuts the north end of the recut. The surrounding natural is a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel. Deposit 251 is undisturbed by late Iron Age linear cut 209/211, which cuts the north end of the recut. The watertable is c 1.4m below the stripped surface.

ID: 9277, C14 ID: OxA-13006 Date BP: 4832 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 4865, End BP: 4799

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: C (causewayed enclosure)

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. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 4060, 1.23m long, 1.14m wide, and 0.62m deep, containing five deposits (4061, 4062, 4068, 4081, and 4082). The pit was located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 4082 - a black silt sand with frequent small lumps and flecks of Charcoal. The pit contains 2249g of Mildenhall Ware and 280g of worked flint. Forty percent of the pottery comes from the primary fill. The pit clips pit 4084, which contains one deposit, but no finds or Charcoal. The pit cuts a small, shallow, undatable pit with no finds or Charcoal, 4084, and has been dug into a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9278, C14 ID: OxA-13007 Date BP: 4850 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 4884, End BP: 4816

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2785BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 4060, 1.23m long, 1.14m wide, and 0.62m deep, containing five deposits (4061, 4062, 4068, 4081, and 4082). The pit was located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The samples have been extracted from the primary fill 4082 - a black silt sand with frequent small lumps and flecks of Charcoal. The pit contains 2249g of Mildenhall Ware and 280g of worked flint. Forty percent of the pottery comes from the primary fill. The pit clips pit 4084, which contains one deposit, but no finds or Charcoal. The pit cuts a small, shallow, undatable pit with no finds or Charcoal, 4084, and has been dug into a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9279, C14 ID: GrA-25018 Date BP: 4785 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4825, End BP: 4745

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 5819, 1.13m diameter and 0.26m deep, containing two deposits (5820 and 5821). Both samples come from the primary fill 5821 - a dark greyish brown silt sand with frequent flecks of Charcoal, which contains 937g of Mildenhall ware and 1404g of worked flint. No finds were found in the top deposit. The feature is in contact with no other archaeological cuts or deposits, and is in a small group with two other Neolithic pits (5817 and 5758). The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of modern sandy ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9280, C14 ID: OxA-13009 Date BP: 4840 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4871, End BP: 4809

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 5819, 1.13m diameter and 0.26m deep, containing two deposits (5820 and 5821). Both samples come from the primary fill 5821 - a dark greyish brown silt sand with frequent flecks of Charcoal, which contains 937g of Mildenhall ware and 1404g of worked flint. No finds were found in the top deposit. The feature is in contact with no other archaeological cuts or deposits, and is in a small group with two other Neolithic pits (5817 and 5758). The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of acidic sand and gravel and is sealed by 0.3m of modern sandy ploughsoil. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9281, C14 ID: GrA-25017 Date BP: 4780 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4740

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 6088, 0.76m diameter and 0.26m deep, containing one deposit 6089 - a greyish black sandy silt with occasional small flecks and lumps of Charcoal, located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. It contains 1075g of Mildenhall ware and 241g of worked flint. A small undatable posthole 6036 cuts the west side of the pit. Modern ploughing has truncated both features by 0.3m. 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: 9282, C14 ID: GrA-24655 Date BP: 4860 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4920, End BP: 4800

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 6088, 0.76m diameter and 0.26m deep, containing one deposit 6089 - a greyish black sandy silt with occasional small flecks and lumps of Charcoal, located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. It contains 1075g of Mildenhall ware and 241g of worked flint. A small undatable posthole 6036 cuts the west side of the pit. Modern ploughing has truncated both features by 0.3m. 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: 9283, C14 ID: OxA-13010 Date BP: 4820 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4851, End BP: 4789

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 13817, 0.75m long, 0.66m wide, and 0.34m deep, containing two deposits (13818 and 13819), located in the space between the inside and outside circuits of the causewayed enclosure. Both samples have been extracted from the primary fill 13818 - a dark greyish brown silt sand with frequent flecks of Charcoal and small to large pieces of carbonised Wood, which contained 94g of Mildenhall ware and 192g of worked flint. No finds were found in the top deposit. The pit is in contact with no other features, and modern ploughing has truncated it by 0.3m. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of brownish grey sand silt 13661. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9284, C14 ID: OxA-13011 Date BP: 4870 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4901, End BP: 4839

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Charcoal; the two samples came from a small pit 13817, 0.75m long, 0.66m wide, and 0.34m deep, containing two deposits (13818 and 13819), located in the space between the inside and outside circuits of the causewayed enclosure. Both samples have been extracted from the primary fill 13818 - a dark greyish brown silt sand with frequent flecks of Charcoal and small to large pieces of carbonised Wood, which contained 94g of Mildenhall ware and 192g of worked flint. No finds were found in the top deposit. The pit is in contact with no other features, and modern ploughing has truncated it by 0.3m. The pit cuts a glacio-fluvial drift deposit of brownish grey sand silt 13661. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9285, C14 ID: GrA-24654 Date BP: 4840 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4790

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2745BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Carbonised residue; on sherd of Mildenhall ware (<5g); the sample came from a small pit 2340, 0.75m long, 0.63m wide, and 0.26m deep, containing one deposit 2341 - a brown silt sand with frequent small lumps and flecks of Charcoal. Located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The pit contained 2666g of Mildenhall Ware and 445g of worked flint. The pit is in contact with no other features, and is one of a small group of four Neolithic features (2340, 2337, 2403, and 2398), which appear to be contemporary. Modern ploughing has truncated it by 0.3m. 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: 9287, C14 ID: OxA-13008 Date BP: 4745 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 4778, End BP: 4712

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Carbonised residue; on sherd of Mildenhall ware; the sample came from a small pit 2340, 0.75m long, 0.63m wide, and 0.26m deep, containing one deposit 2341 - a brown silt sand with frequent small lumps and flecks of Charcoal. Located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The pit contained 2666g of Mildenhall Ware and 445g of worked flint. The pit is in contact with no other features, and is one of a small group of four Neolithic features (2340, 2337, 2403, and 2398), which appear to be contemporary. Modern ploughing has truncated it by 0.3m. 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: 9288, C14 ID: GrA-25022 Date BP: 4740 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4785, End BP: 4695

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: A (Neolithic pits)

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. 2980BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Carbonised residue; adhering to internal surface of potsherd; the sherds were found in the pre-cairn buried soil (211), beneath cell W of the cairn structure. There is some possibility that these sherds are residual or intrusive, but they should not derive from the Mesolithic use of the site. Nor is it likely that the sherds could have penetrated the buried soil after the cairn was built over it. The sherds should therefore date to the pre-cairn Neolithic 'domestic' activity at Hazleton, or possibly to the post-midden, pre-cairn interval in which the site was cultivated.

ID: 9242, C14 ID: OxA-13375 Date BP: 4980 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 5080, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Hazleton North: pre-cairn series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Antler; this antler was found in the primary fill (context 328/214) of the south quarry, near its western edge (Saville 1990, fig 199) and shows evidence of having been used as a quarrying tool (Saville 1990, fig 201). The fill, 'derived from the weathering of the exposed limestone', apparently was deposited while quarrying was going on (Saville 1990, 23). It is therefore assumed that this antler was used in the quarrying of stone for the construction of the cairn.

ID: 9243, C14 ID: GrA-24513 Date BP: 4830 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 4780

Abstract: Hazleton North: antler series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Antler; this antler was found in context 314, one of the dumps of rubble (soil, marl, and stone fragments) on which the cairn structure was built (adjacent to orthostat 408, a fine-Grained limestone slab in the southwest corner of the north chamber). The source of this rubble appears to have been the spoil from quarrying stone for the cairn's construction (Saville 1990, 243). Many other antlers were found in the quarry primary fills. It is assumed that this antler was used as a quarrying tool. The antler cannot be more recent than the construction of the cairn, and if it was used in quarrying it cannot be more than a few years older than the cairn.

ID: 9244, C14 ID: GrA-24638 Date BP: 4790 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Hazleton North: antler series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; right femur; this bone is from skeleton 1, the last burial in the entrance of the north chambered area. The skeleton was practically complete and was fully articulated (Saville 1990, fig 135). It cannot have been moved after burial (Saville 1990, 89; 125). The skeleton was found within context (267), which was sealed by the collapse of the entrance-blocking orthostat (273) and then by (612), a layer of stones from the collapsed roof of the entrance passage.

ID: 9245, C14 ID: GrA-24504 Date BP: 4800 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Hazleton North: articulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; left femur; this bone is from skeleton 2, a burial in the entrance of the north chambered area. Although part of the skeleton was apparently pushed aside to make room for the burial of skeleton 1, the spine and left leg of skeleton 2 were found articulated (Saville 1990, 104; fig 119). The alignment of the spine 'clearly respected the northern edge of the collapsed orthostat 359'. Skeleton 2 is therefore known to pre-date skeleton 1, but to post date the collapse of the inner portal orthostats (358) and (359) (Saville 1990, 125). The skeleton was found within context (267), which was sealed by the collapse of the entrance-blocking orthostat (273) and then by (612), a layer of stones from the collapsed roof of the entrance passage.

ID: 9246, C14 ID: GrA-24508 Date BP: 4850 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4900, End BP: 4800

Abstract: Hazleton North: articulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2747BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; right femur; this bone is from a partially-articulated right leg, found in the entrance of the south chambered area (Saville 1990, 95). It was paired with the left femur <7837>, and therefore cannot belong to any other dated individual. The skeleton was found within context (354), which directly overlay the paving (353) in the entrance to the south chambered area, and was sealed by (11), a layer of stones and soil from the collapsed roof of the entrance passage. The southern end of these layers had been disturbed (probably by recent ploughing), creating a mixed deposit (236), but (354) was regarded as an intact burial deposit (Saville 1990, 88; fig 95). The articulated leg must therefore pre-date the end of burial activity, and post-date the construction of the monument.

ID: 9247, C14 ID: OxA-12872 Date BP: 4747 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4778, End BP: 4716

Abstract: Hazleton North: articulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; right femur; this bone is from a partially-articulated right leg, found in the entrance of the south chambered area (Saville 1990, 95). It was paired with the left femur <7837>, and therefore cannot belong to any other dated individual. The skeleton was found within context (354), which directly overlay the paving (353) in the entrance to the south chambered area, and was sealed by (11), a layer of stones and soil from the collapsed roof of the entrance passage. The southern end of these layers had been disturbed (probably by recent ploughing), creating a mixed deposit (236), but (354) was regarded as an intact burial deposit (Saville 1990, 88; fig 95). The articulated leg must therefore pre-date the end of burial activity, and post-date the construction of the monument.

ID: 9248, C14 ID: GrA-24509 Date BP: 4750 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 4700

Abstract: Hazleton North: articulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2921BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: Newby Wiske- Wood; ; the core was taken from the area of deepest Sediment thickness in the centre of a drainage channel at Newby Wiske. This sample was taken from 54-6cm depth below the surface, above the watertable. The Sediments appear undisturbed. The substrate is calcareous.

ID: 9340, C14 ID: OxA-13321 Date BP: 4921 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 4954, End BP: 4888

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Newby Wiske

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. 2758BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Animal bone; four elements of a roe deer foreleg (radius, ulna, carpal, and metacarpal) were found scattered in a restricted area of (323), the lower fill of the passage of the south chambered area. These are the only roe deer remains in the chambered areas and must represent an articulated limb at the time of deposition, although the bones have subsequently been disturbed (Saville 1990, 211; fig 205). The context (323) was formed directly on the unpaved floor of the passage, in the course of the period of burial activity (there are human bones within and on top of this deposit) (Saville 1990, 82; fig 95, section 8). Given the completeness of the roe deer foreleg, and the near-absence of roe deer remains in pre-cairn contexts, it is highly improbable that these remains are residual in context (323). It is also difficult to conceive how an articulated foreleg could have been introduced (after the burial phase) to a context sealed by the collapse of the passage roof.

ID: 9249, C14 ID: OxA-12871 Date BP: 4758 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4789, End BP: 4727

Abstract: Hazleton North: articulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2763BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Animal bone; ; an incomplete skeleton of a perinatal sheep or goat was found in context (412), the primary fill of the south chamber. Although scattered by later disturbance, it is very likely that these bones were articulated when deposited in the chamber (Saville 1990, 209-11). Perinatal sheep/goat bones were found only in the south chamber, so it seems unlikely that any could be residual or intrusive. Context (412) was sealed between a paved floor, context (452) (or (453), the pre-cairn surface, where paving was absent), and (352), a horizontal layer of limestone slabs. This appears to have been the collapsed roof of the chamber. The perinatal sheep/goat was evidently deposited while the chamber was still open.

ID: 9250, C14 ID: OxA-12873 Date BP: 4763 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 4795, End BP: 4731

Abstract: Hazleton North: articulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2606BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; left femur; this bone is one of a cluster of disarticulated bones found in context (267) of the entrance to the north chambered area, attributed to an infant, individual B, and evidently not belonging to another identified or dated individual (Saville 1990, 125; fig 136). This burial apparently predates the burial of skeleton 1, but its stratigraphic relationship with other burials in the north entrance is ambiguous. The bones were found within context (267), which was sealed by the collapse of the entrance-blocking orthostat (273) and then by (612), a layer of stones from the collapsed roof of the entrance passage.

ID: 9251, C14 ID: OxA-12874 Date BP: 4606 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 4638, End BP: 4574

Abstract: Hazleton North: disarticulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; right femur; this bone is one of a cluster of disarticulated bones found in context (336) of the north chamber, attributed to a child, individual G, and evidently did not belong to another identified or dated individual (Saville 1990, fig 130). Context (336) was sealed between a paved floor, context (357/457), and (391), a horizontal layer of limestone slabs and other rubble. This appears to have been the collapsed roof of the chamber. The bones of individual G were evidently deposited while the chamber was still open.

ID: 9252, C14 ID: GrA-24506 Date BP: 4940 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4990, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Hazleton North: disarticulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2883BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; right femur; this bone is one of a cluster of disarticulated bones found in context (336) of the north chamber, attributed to a child, individual H, and evidently did not belong to another identified or dated individual (Saville 1990, fig 130). Context (336) was sealed between a paved floor, context (357/457), and (391), a horizontal layer of limestone slabs and other rubble. This appears to have been the collapsed roof of the chamber. The bones of individual H were evidently deposited while the chamber was still open.

ID: 9253, C14 ID: OxA-12875 Date BP: 4883 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4914, End BP: 4852

Abstract: Hazleton North: disarticulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; infant's left femur, unpaired; this bone is an unpaired infant femur found in context (336) of the north chamber, and evidently does not belong to another identified or dated individual. Context (336) was sealed between a paved floor, context (357/457), and (391), a horizontal layer of limestone slabs and other rubble. This appears to have been the collapsed roof of the chamber. This bone was evidently deposited while the chamber was still open.

ID: 9254, C14 ID: OxA-12876 Date BP: 4870 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 4903, End BP: 4837

Abstract: Hazleton North: disarticulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazleton North- Human bone; infant's left femur, unpaired; this bone is an unpaired infant femur found in context (336) of the north chamber, and evidently does not belong to another identified or dated individual. Context (336) was sealed between a paved floor, context (357/457), and (391), a horizontal layer of limestone slabs and other rubble. This appears to have been the collapsed roof of the chamber. This bone was evidently deposited while the chamber was still open.

ID: 9255, C14 ID: GrA-24510 Date BP: 4810 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4860, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Hazleton North: disarticulated bone series

Archaeologist Name: J Meadows

Reference Name: Darvill, T, 2004 Long barrows of the Cotswolds and surrounding areas, Stroud: Tempus; Meadows, J, Bayliss, A, and Barclay, A, 2007 A short passage of time: the dating of the Hazleton long cairn revisited, Cambridge Archaeol J, 17, 45-64

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Carbon Date. 2955BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - carbonised residue; internal, early Neolithic Plain Bowl; from a large oval pit with steep sides and an undulating base. The fill comprised a mid-brown to grey sandy loam. Thirty-six sherds of pottery were found in the fill together with forty pieces of struck flint of an early Neolithic character. The feature was cut by posthole L522. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into sandy gravel and was approximately 0.40m from the ground surface. There was no disturbance.

ID: 9645, C14 ID: GrA-28428 Date BP: 4955 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4995, End BP: 4915

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: monument in Field L

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Cleal 1990 Field et al 1964 Richards 1990 Thomas 1999 Woodward 2000

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Carbon Date. 2725BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk sample; the sample is from a depth of 3.8m 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 water table was 1m below the surface.

ID: 10020, C14 ID: GrA-31948 Date BP: 4725 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4765, End BP: 4685

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: TFGC

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name: Brown et al 2007

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Carbon Date. 2762BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wellington Quarry- Plant macrofossil; charred hazelnut shell fragment, a single fragment; from the fill of pit 3853, which, with adjacent pit 3855, contained a rich assemblage of pottery, flint, bone, and charred plant remaind - the most comprehensive early Neolithic assemblage from the West Midlands to date.

ID: 9444, C14 ID: OxA-12570 Date BP: 4762 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4793, End BP: 4731

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: Pit 3853

Archaeologist Name: R Jackson

Reference Name: Jackson, R, and Miller, D, 2004 Wellington Quarry, Herefordshire (1986-96): investigations of landscape in the Lower Lugg Valley (PNUM 2590), interim report no. 1230, Worcester County Council

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Carbon Date. 2745BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Nene Valley - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk sample; c .83m OD; as SUERC-10037

ID: 9833, C14 ID: SUERC-10042 Date BP: 4745 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Nene Valley: Irthlingborough Island

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2645BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Nene Valley - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk sample; .66m OD - .64m OD; as SUERC-10056

ID: 9838, C14 ID: SUERC-10057 Date BP: 4645 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Nene Valley: near West Cotton

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name: Allen et al 2007

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Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wellington Quarry- Plant macrofossil; from the fill of pit 3855, which with adjacent pit 3853, contained a rich assemblage of pottery, flint, bone, and charred plant remains - the most comprehensive early Neolithic assemblage from the West Midlands to date.

ID: 9445, C14 ID: OxA-12569 Date BP: 4810 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 4843, End BP: 4777

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: Pit 3855

Archaeologist Name: R Jackson

Reference Name: Jackson, R, and Miller, D, 2004 Wellington Quarry, Herefordshire (1986-96): investigations of landscape in the Lower Lugg Valley (PNUM 2590), interim report no. 1230, Worcester County Council

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Carbon Date. 2823BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wellington Quarry- Plant macrofossil; from the fill of pit 3855, which with adjacent pit 3853, contained a rich assemblage of pottery, flint, bone, and charred plant remains - the most comprehensive early Neolithic assemblage from the West Midlands to date.

ID: 9446, C14 ID: OxA-12568 Date BP: 4823 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 4855, End BP: 4791

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: Pit 3855

Archaeologist Name: R Jackson

Reference Name: Jackson, R, and Miller, D, 2004 Wellington Quarry, Herefordshire (1986-96): investigations of landscape in the Lower Lugg Valley (PNUM 2590), interim report no. 1230, Worcester County Council

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Carbon Date. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wellington Quarry- Plant macrofossil; from the fill of pit 3853, which, with adjacent pit 3855, contained a rich assemblage of pottery, flint, bone, and charred plant remaind - the most comprehensive early Neolithic assemblage from the West Midlands to date.

ID: 9448, C14 ID: OxA-12547 Date BP: 4850 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4881, End BP: 4819

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: Pit 3853

Archaeologist Name: R Jackson

Reference Name: Jackson, R, and Miller, D, 2004 Wellington Quarry, Herefordshire (1986-96): investigations of landscape in the Lower Lugg Valley (PNUM 2590), interim report no. 1230, Worcester County Council

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Carbon Date. 2625BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Nene Valley - sediment; bulk sample, humic acid fraction; .76m OD - .73m OD; as SUERC-10056

ID: 9841, C14 ID: SUERC-10063 Date BP: 4625 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4590

Abstract: Nene Valley: near West Cotton

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2625BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Nene Valley - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk sample; .56m OD - .54m OD; as SUERC-10056

ID: 9844, C14 ID: SUERC-10066 Date BP: 4625 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4590

Abstract: Nene Valley: near West Cotton

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2965BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Ribble Valley - waterlogged plant macrofossil; alder catkins/seeds; the materials are organic detritus from an organic-rich silty clay palaeosoil towards the top of a sequence of laminated coarse to medium sand flood deposits. The sequence was sampled from a core (CAL/C6) located in the centre of a palaeochannel with surface expression on Calder Terrace 2. The surface geomorphology reveals the setting is a palaeochannel. The sample is taken from towards the top of the palaeochannel fill, targeting a flood layer at 1.03-1.09m. The materials are detrital rather than in situ, but they comprise soft plant matter, probably locally derived, and are likely to be similar in age to the flood deposit. The dateable material comes from a sandy flood layer buried by further finer-grained flood laminations. Downwards root penetration is unlikely given the deposits are sealed beneath intact flood laminations. At the time of sampling the water table was at 0.25m beneath the surface, and based on iron and manganese discolouration probably oscillates around 0.5-0.75m below the surface.

ID: 9881, C14 ID: OxA-15745 Date BP: 4965 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 4999, End BP: 4931

Abstract: Ribble Valley: the Calder, terrace 2, core 6

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2909BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Ribble Valley - waterlogged plant macrofossil; alder catkins; the materials are organic detritus from the base of a sequence of coarse sand flood deposits. The sequence was sampled from a core (CAL/C6) located in the centre of a palaeochannel with surface expression on Calder Terrace 2. The surface geomorphology reveals the setting is a palaeochannel. The sample is taken from the base of the palaeochannel fill, targeting the basal sand flood layer at 3.12-3.17m. The materials are detrital rather than in situ, but they comprise soft plant matter, probably locally derived, and are likely to be similar in age to the flood deposit. The flood laminations are intact, which denotes little or no downwards penetration of organic materials. The dateable material comes from the basal flood layer which overlies (erosive contact) a thick sequence of glaciolacustrine rhythmites. At the time of sampling the water table was at 0.4m beneath the surface, and based on iron and manganese discolouration probably oscillates around 0.5-0.75m below the surface.

ID: 9882, C14 ID: OxA-15746 Date BP: 4909 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4944, End BP: 4874

Abstract: Ribble Valley: the Calder, terrace 2, core 6

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2925BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Ribble Valley - waterlogged wood; as OxA-15745

ID: 9883, C14 ID: SUERC-10646 Date BP: 4925 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4960, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Ribble Valley: the Calder, terrace 2, core 6

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2900BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Ribble Valley - waterlogged plant macrofossil; hazelnut shells; as OxA-15746

ID: 9884, C14 ID: SUERC-10647 Date BP: 4900 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4935, End BP: 4865

Abstract: Ribble Valley: the Calder, terrace 2, core 6

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2855BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Southworth Hall Farm- Plant macrofossil; sample from context 2027, a lower fill of pit 2028, consisting of silty mid-to-dark-grey mottled brown loamy sand with frequent flecks of charred material. This fill was cut by a later pit, 2026, whose fill, 2025, was sandier and a strong yellow-brown in colour, and contained later prehistoric pottery. The contrast between the fills of the two pits suggests that they were not mixed, and that samples from context 2027 are not intrusive. The pottery from 2025 could date from the Bronze Age to the late Iron Age. Surface finds in this area included probable early Bronze Age flint and the occasional early prehistoric flint, suggesting activity nearby in both periods.

ID: 9465, C14 ID: OxA-13078 Date BP: 4855 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 4889, End BP: 4821

Abstract: Southworth Hall Farm, Southworth-with-Croft

Archaeologist Name: R Cowell

Reference Name: Cowell, R W, 1992 Extensions to Southworth Quarry,Winwick: draft report on the archaeological assessment, unpubl rep, Liverpool Museum

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Carbon Date. 2890BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Southworth Hall Farm- Plant macrofossil; sample from context 2159, fill of pit/posthole 2160, consisting of silty sand mottled with dark grey silt, occasionally 'peaty'. The pit was cut into context 2155, a light brown sandy layer, which may have been a buried soil or the fill of a larger archaeological feature extending beyond the excavated area. Small fragments of pottery, possibly pre-Roman, were found on the surface of this layer, and unstratified early prehistoric and early Bronze Age flints were found in the same general area. The fills of the pit may include material derived from this earlier layer.

ID: 9467, C14 ID: OxA-13138 Date BP: 4890 +/- 170, Start Date BP: 5060, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Southworth Hall Farm, Southworth-with-Croft

Archaeologist Name: R Cowell

Reference Name: Cowell, R W, 1992 Extensions to Southworth Quarry,Winwick: draft report on the archaeological assessment, unpubl rep, Liverpool Museum

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: The Rye area project: near surface site 1 (Old House Farm, Peasmarsh)- Sediment; organic, .37 - 2.41m OD; the sample comes from a 4cm slice of peat (154-58cm). The solid geology of the area around Old House Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). Pollen assemblages around 158cm reveal a temporary disturbance in the local vegetation cover that may reflect a short phase of local Woodland clearance/agriculture.

ID: 9385, C14 ID: GrN-28517 Date BP: 4700 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4630

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. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: The Rye area project: near surface site 1 (Old House Farm, Peasmarsh)- Sediment; organic, .37 - 2.41m OD; the sample comes from a 4cm slice of peat (154-58cm). The solid geology of the area around Old House Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). Pollen assemblages around 158cm reveal a temporary disturbance in the local vegetation cover that may reflect a short phase of local Woodland clearance/agriculture.

ID: 9386, C14 ID: GrN-28518 Date BP: 4510 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4400

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. 2999BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cheviot Quarry - carbonised plant macrofossil; hazelnut, single fragment; the hazelnut fragment came from the primary fill of pit F031, underlying secondary fill 031 which in turn was situated beneath subsoil 002. The pit was cut into natural gravel deposit 003. The potsherd was deposited 0.7m from the surface, cut into fluvio-glacial gravel terrace deposits. There was no rootlet penetration but some bioturbation (worm).

ID: 9725, C14 ID: OxA-16068 Date BP: 4999 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 5031, End BP: 4967

Abstract: Cheviot Quarry: Neolithic activity sequence

Archaeologist Name: B Johnson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2906BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cheviot Quarry - carbonised residue; internal, Carinated Bowl; as OxA-16068

ID: 9726, C14 ID: OxA-16069 Date BP: 4906 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 4940, End BP: 4872

Abstract: Cheviot Quarry: Neolithic activity sequence

Archaeologist Name: B Johnson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2933BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cheviot Quarry - carbonised plant macrofossil; hazelnut, single fragment; the hazelnut fragment was from the primary fill of pit 009. The pit was cut into natural gravel deposits 003. There is a slight possibility of residuality from bioturbation. The fragment is from a deposit 0.6m from the surface, cut into a fluvio-glacial gravel terrace deposit. There was no rootlet penetration but some bioturbation (worm).

ID: 9729, C14 ID: OxA-16097 Date BP: 4933 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4968, End BP: 4898

Abstract: Cheviot Quarry: Neolithic activity sequence

Archaeologist Name: B Johnson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cheviot Quarry - carbonised residue; internal, Carinated Bowl; as OxA-16097

ID: 9732, C14 ID: OxA-16162 Date BP: 4870 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Cheviot Quarry: Neolithic activity sequence

Archaeologist Name: B Johnson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2693BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cossington - waterlogged plant macrofossil; from organic levels approximately 0.23-5m; the sample was obtained from pollen monolith boxes taken from palaeochannel deposits. The sample was recovered from organic levels approximately 0.23-5m from the top of the column. The palaeochannel was cut into natural gravels.

ID: 9758, C14 ID: OxA-16055 Date BP: 4693 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 4725, End BP: 4661

Abstract: Cossington: site 3

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2519BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cossington - antler; the bone was recovered from a group of animal remains located within the base layer of a palaeochannel to the north of the 1999 excavation areas. The palaeochannel was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m west of the River Soar. Context 163 was the earliest evidence for silting of the channel, lying directly above possible natural gravels.

ID: 9764, C14 ID: OxA-16053 Date BP: 4519 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 4551, End BP: 4487

Abstract: Cossington: site 4

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2738BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Berinsfield: Mount Farm - human bone; left femoral shaft fragment; single articulated inhumation (adult male) within a grave near the centre of an oval barrow. Found with a group of flint blades. The grave was cut into natural free draining gravel (second terrace).

ID: 9571, C14 ID: OxA-15748 Date BP: 4738 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4773, End BP: 4703

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm

Reference Name: Bronk Ramsey et al 2004a Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2566BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; the deposit comes from the base of a partly stone-lined feature, interpreted as an oven. The upper fill of the oven (2068 fired clay, interpreted as an oven roof) had collapsed into the feature.

ID: 10070, C14 ID: OxA-15044 Date BP: 4566 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4532

Abstract: Willington Quarry: alluviation

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15044

ID: 10071, C14 ID: SUERC-7595 Date BP: 4740 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4775, End BP: 4705

Abstract: Willington Quarry: alluviation

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2607BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; 1817 was a dark greyish brown mottled silty clay up to 0.12m thick, and the lowest burnt mound layer in quadrant 3. The layer was cut by the central feature 1651. As layer 1759 in quadrant 4, it was also cut by pit 1892, a possible secondary hearth.

ID: 10072, C14 ID: OxA-15046 Date BP: 4607 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4642, End BP: 4572

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2695BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15046

ID: 10081, C14 ID: SUERC-7605 Date BP: 4695 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4660

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2695BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15115

ID: 10082, C14 ID: SUERC-7606 Date BP: 4695 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4660

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from a mid-grey silty clay with some degraded charcoal, rare pebbles, and patches of scorched earth within a 5m x 2.5m area. There was charcoal sampled during controlled segment excavation. The context was sited on south-western edge of the excavated site.

ID: 10087, C14 ID: GrA-31797 Date BP: 4670 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4715, End BP: 4625

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2535BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as GrA-31797

ID: 10091, C14 ID: OxA-15898 Date BP: 4535 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 4573, End BP: 4497

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from the dark brownish-black sandy clay fill of a small pit-type feature. The deposit was rich in environmental and ceramic remains, including Mortlake-style Peterborough Ware. Analysis of the environmental sample identified some modern straw contamination - unfortunately there was machine activity above this area before excavation could be undertaken. To the west of the pit is a probable burnt tree-throw (420). 458 is the lower and the predominant of two fills.

ID: 10098, C14 ID: GrA-31799 Date BP: 4750 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2515BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from a a small pit containing fire-cracked stones sealed by a dark grey sandy clay. (1477) with which a concentration of charcoal was found sealed by a substantial spread. The spread was rich in Mortlake-style Peterborough Ware.

ID: 10100, C14 ID: GrA-31801 Date BP: 4515 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4470

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Beamish 2007

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Carbon Date. 2712BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; the group consists of a spread in the west that could be tree-throw related that contained a charcoal-rich deposit 299, a clear tree-throw with pottery from its main infill to the north-west (364/5), and some internal pits that contained pottery and charcoal (292 and 291). The tree-throw 364 did not contain dateable material - but both internal pits and spread to the west did. As the tree-throw contained an early to middle Neolithic pot from within the fill, and an early to middle Neolithic pot came from the internal pits and the spread, there is good argument for association. It is very unlikely that the pits predate the tree-throw, as they would have been destroyed in the formation of the tree-throw and therefore they would appear to all be contemporary. 299 was a distinct deposit of dark grey clay with charcoal. The deposit represents either a dump of burnt material, or an episode of burning. The deposit immediately overlies a pale silt, 317. This was probably continuous with 297/8 to the north, which contained Peterborough- and Mildenhall-style pottery.

ID: 10106, C14 ID: OxA-15116 Date BP: 4712 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4743, End BP: 4681

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; the group consists of a spread in the west that could be tree-throw related that contained a charcoal-rich deposit 299, a clear tree-throw with pottery from main infill to north-west (364/5), and some internal pits that contained pottery and charcoal (292 and 291). The tree-throw 364 did not contain dateable material - but both internal pits and spread to the west did. As the tree-throw contained an early to middle Neolithic pot from within the fill, and an early to middle Neolithic pot came from the internal pits and the spread, there is a good argument for association. It is very unlikely that the pits predate the tree-throw, as they would have been destroyed in the formation of the tree-throw and therefore they would appear to be all contemporary. 291 was a homogenous deposit of greyish orange sandy clay within a small pit that also contained Peterborough- and Plain Bowl-style pottery, and a single flake.

ID: 10107, C14 ID: OxA-15127 Date BP: 4790 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 4822, End BP: 4758

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2609BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; replicate of OxA-15127 on the same fragment of charcoal.

ID: 10108, C14 ID: OxA-15128 Date BP: 4609 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4578

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2814BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as GrA-31799

ID: 10109, C14 ID: OxA-15899 Date BP: 4814 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 4852, End BP: 4776

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15110

ID: 10112, C14 ID: SUERC-7597 Date BP: 4510 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4545, End BP: 4475

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2875BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15127

ID: 10113, C14 ID: SUERC-7607 Date BP: 4875 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 4840

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2849BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - carbonised residue; internal, Neolithic Plain Bowl; from a layer of grey gravely clay immediately above undisturbed natural strata and sealed below burnt mound layer 1817 (eg may either originate from original burnt mound activity or activities predating burnt mound activity). There is a very low likelihood of intrusion, although residuality is possible within prehistory.

ID: 10119, C14 ID: OxA-14481 Date BP: 4849 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4884, End BP: 4814

Abstract: Willington Quarry: pottery

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - carbonised residue; internal, Peterborough Ware (Ebbsfleet); from the fill of a wide gully or pit that is probably of Neolithic date. It may relate to human interference within a tree-throw feature.

ID: 10121, C14 ID: OxA-14483 Date BP: 4550 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4595, End BP: 4505

Abstract: Willington Quarry: pottery

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Beamish 2007

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - carbonised residue; internal, Peterborough Ware; from the fill of discrete shallow pit or posthole cut 1829 sealed below alluvium. Probably of Neolithic date. The sherd may have been derived from the surface of the fill.

ID: 10122, C14 ID: OxA-14484 Date BP: 4540 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4605, End BP: 4475

Abstract: Willington Quarry: pottery

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 2615BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Willington Quarry - carbonised residue; internal, Peterborough Ware (Mortlake/Fengate); recovered from the cleaning of a probable tree-throw feature.

ID: 10124, C14 ID: OxA-15047 Date BP: 4615 +/- 36, Start Date BP: 4651, End BP: 4579

Abstract: Willington Quarry: pottery

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Beamish 2007

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the old land surface under the henge bank; north-west sector, trench 2, LZ. Excavated in 1982 (Evans et al 1985).

ID: 15117, C14 ID: HAR 10325 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4570

Abstract: Avebury; 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. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; humified fibrous to semi-fibrous peat sampled from monolith tin III, from a depth of 104-106cm, from a layer of well humified peat.

ID: 15368, C14 ID: GU 5076 Date BP: 4610 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4550

Abstract: Birdoswald: Midgeholme Moss 1; 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. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; well humified, semi-fibrous peat sampled from monolith tin III, from a depth of 116-118cm, taken within well humified peat.

ID: 15369, C14 ID: GU 5077 Date BP: 4820 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Birdoswald: Midgeholme Moss 1; 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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from the fill of the inner 'henge'.

ID: 15404, C14 ID: HAR 268 Date BP: 4840 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4920, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Boynton: High Easton Farm; 1972-73

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. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

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

ID: 15183, C14 ID: HAR 6805 Date BP: 4720 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4590

Abstract: Barnard Castle: Moss Mire; 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. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; context 63; from a palaeosol, which represents the basal layer of the post-glacial sequence. In the past this layer has apparently produced Grooved Ware and a Beaker burial. During our excavation it produced a (?earlier Neolithic) leaf-shaped arrowhead.

ID: 15431, C14 ID: HAR 7023 Date BP: 4720 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4860, End BP: 4580

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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a shallow ditch enclosing a round house belonging to an Iron Age settlement.

ID: 15248, C14 ID: HAR 3096 Date BP: 4680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Beckford; 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. 2728BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from pollen site 1 (see UB-3283): taken at a depth of 185-189cm.

ID: 15024, C14 ID: UB 3341 Date BP: 4728 +/- 52, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4676

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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from 0.3m from the base the inner of the two concentric ditches; expected date Neolithic.

ID: 15064, C14 ID: HAR 1411 Date BP: 4560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4490

Abstract: Aldwincle; 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. 2523BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from timber resting on river gravels and a thin layer of clay.

ID: 15318, C14 ID: UB 3275 Date BP: 4523 +/- 39, Start Date BP: 4562, End BP: 4484

Abstract: Beverley: Long Lane; 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; the sediment lies near the base of the peat profile. This sample is particularly closely related to anthropogenic activity in the area.

ID: 15075, C14 ID: HAR 8976 Date BP: 4700 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4630

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. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a charcoal filled post hole of Neolithic structure.

ID: 16351, C14 ID: HAR 8818 Date BP: 4880 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 5000, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Helman Tor; 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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from layer 6, a dark black soft-textured matrix rich in Neolithic finds, within midden.

ID: 16352, C14 ID: HAR 8819 Date BP: 4520 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4460

Abstract: Helman Tor; 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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a pit hearth cut through layer 6. This sample relates to the latest phase of activity on the terrace, and provides a terminus ante quem for construction of the enclosure wall.

ID: 16355, C14 ID: HAR 8822 Date BP: 4780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Helman Tor; 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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a pit hearth cut through layer 6. This sample relates to the latest phase of activity on the terrace, and provides a terminus ante quem for construction of the enclosure wall.

ID: 16356, C14 ID: HAR 8823 Date BP: 4750 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4680

Abstract: Helman Tor; 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. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a post 2.5m below the gravel/silt overburden interface in a flood plain gravel pit 5.5m deep; probably part of a fish weir.

ID: 16371, C14 ID: HAR 8508 Date BP: 4720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4650

Abstract: Hemington Fields; 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. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a burnt post in the secondary fills of the east side of the butt end of the causewayed enclosure ditch (segment C).

ID: 15615, C14 ID: HAR 10520 Date BP: 4690 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Causewayed enclosures: Haddenham, Upper Delphs causewayed enclosure; 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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a late recut of Ditch I (F. 120).

ID: 15616, C14 ID: HAR 8092 Date BP: 4970 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 5060, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Causewayed enclosures: Haddenham, Upper Delphs causewayed enclosure; 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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from the primary fill of ditch J (F. 136); from a shell marl platform in the base of the causeway camp ditch segment. The platform was cut by postholes and slots and represents packing of the early Neolithic structures with possible mortuary associations.

ID: 15617, C14 ID: HAR 8093 Date BP: 4560 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4470

Abstract: Causewayed enclosures: Haddenham, Upper Delphs causewayed enclosure; 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. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from the primary fill of ditch I (F. 138).

ID: 15619, C14 ID: HAR 8096 Date BP: 4630 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4550

Abstract: Causewayed enclosures: Haddenham, Upper Delphs causewayed enclosure; 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. 2580BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from one of two Neolithic pits below the barrow.

ID: 16373, C14 ID: HAR 2997 Date BP: 4580 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4500

Abstract: Hemp Knoll [Map]; 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. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; charcoal spread beneath peat on the `head' surface.

ID: 16455, C14 ID: HAR 6617 Date BP: 4690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4620

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Blackwater 8, Bradwell-on-Sea; 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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from buried soil in a positive lynchet, which is one element of a widespread field system physically continuous with the Romano-British period settlement of Chysauster.

ID: 15670, C14 ID: HAR 6925 Date BP: 4570 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4450

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. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; four samples, HAR-7029 to HAR-7032, were selected from different posts in the facade bedding trench at the eastern end of the long barrow. HAR-7029 came from post B13.

ID: 15916, C14 ID: HAR 7029 Date BP: 4920 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 5010, End BP: 4830

Abstract: East Heslerton; 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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; the charred post (9349) found in posthole (9349) part of a series of 24, which form part of a 'new' type of Neolithic monument.The sample was taken from the bottom of the post, which in this case was severely truncated by machining.

ID: 16167, C14 ID: OxA 3367 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Godmanchester: Rectory 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. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; charcoal found in the post-pipe (9802) of one of a series of postholes 9801, located around the interior of the Neolithic enclosure.

ID: 16168, C14 ID: OxA 3369 Date BP: 4850 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Godmanchester: Rectory 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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from the floor of ditch 1 (layer 4).

ID: 16425, C14 ID: HAR 3595 Date BP: 4570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4490

Abstract: Houghton: Bury Hill; 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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; four samples, HAR-7029 to HAR-7032, were selected from different posts in the facade bedding trench at the eastern end of the long barrow, from post B12 (see HAR-7029).

ID: 15919, C14 ID: HAR 7032 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4570

Abstract: East Heslerton; 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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a pre-Roman context, possibly Iron Age.

ID: 16180, C14 ID: HAR 3484 Date BP: 4810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4730

Abstract: Gorhambury; 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from the top of the primary silt of the wide deep ditch, F35, which formed three sides of the inner square enclosure.

ID: 16205, C14 ID: HAR 1497 Date BP: 4700 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 4570

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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from one of five postholes within the square enclosure; these did not form a pattern, but the size of the timbers used suggests that they were contemporary with the palisade.

ID: 16206, C14 ID: HAR 1498 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4870

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. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a burnt and fallen timber in the upper fill of the inner ditch (phase 2).

ID: 16211, C14 ID: HAR 266 Date BP: 4510 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4420

Abstract: Grindale; 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. 2910BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from the floor of the inner ditch, probably contemporary with the ditch construction.

ID: 16213, C14 ID: HAR 269 Date BP: 4910 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4790

Abstract: Grindale; 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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the floor of ditch 1 (layer 4).

ID: 16426, C14 ID: HAR 3596 Date BP: 4680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Houghton: Bury Hill; 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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: sediment; a thin clayey biogenic deposit (lower peat) at depth of 210-220cm below the present salt-marsh surface.

ID: 16431, C14 ID: HAR 8645 Date BP: 4560 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4460

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Bartonhall Creek, Roach site 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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: carbonised plant macrofossil; from the fill of pit 279. This is an intertidal site. Shallow features are subject to bioturbation, but the sample came from a deep undisturbed feature.

ID: 16440, C14 ID: OxA 2298 Date BP: 4780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Blackwater 28, The Stumble; 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. 2675BC. Late Neolithic

Report: grain; from the fill of pit 265, which had been dug through a palaeosol, infilled and then subsequently sealed by estuarine clays (see also HAR-2298).

ID: 16441, C14 ID: OxA 2299 Date BP: 4675 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4745, End BP: 4605

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Blackwater 28, The Stumble; 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. 2947BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from feature 709, the floor timber of the proximal sub-chamber, rings 140-160 of the floating tree-ring sequence.

ID: 16227, C14 ID: UB 3167 Date BP: 4947 +/- 20, Start Date BP: 4967, End BP: 4927

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2900BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from feature 709, the floor timber of the proximal sub-chamber, rings 160-180 of the floating tree-ring sequence.

ID: 16228, C14 ID: UB 3168 Date BP: 4900 +/- 18, Start Date BP: 4918, End BP: 4882

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2891BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from feature 709, the floor timber of the proximal sub-chamber, rings 180-200 of the floating tree-ring sequence.

ID: 16229, C14 ID: UB 3169 Date BP: 4891 +/- 18, Start Date BP: 4909, End BP: 4873

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2893BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from feature 709, the floor timber of the proximal sub-chamber, rings 200-220 of the floating tree-ring sequence.

ID: 16230, C14 ID: UB 3170 Date BP: 4893 +/- 18, Start Date BP: 4911, End BP: 4875

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2874BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from feature 709, the floor timber of the proximal sub-chamber, rings 220-240 of the floating tree-ring sequence.

ID: 16231, C14 ID: UB 3171 Date BP: 4874 +/- 20, Start Date BP: 4894, End BP: 4854

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a cremation within the pre-barrow Neolithic ground surface, sealed by the mortuary structure and the long barrow (F. 710).

ID: 16232, C14 ID: HAR 9171 Date BP: 4660 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from part of the mortuary structure wall from the front chamber, within the long barrow (F. 724).

ID: 16233, C14 ID: HAR 9172 Date BP: 4960 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 5050, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a facade timber (F. 720) found within lenses of gravel, which form the forecourt pavement.

ID: 16234, C14 ID: HAR 9173 Date BP: 4730 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 4650

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a timber from the facade bank (F. 739), found within one of various areas of burning, which occur on the surface of the long barrow at it's east end, above the filled in forecourt. The burning on the barrow occurs after 1m of deposits have accumulated in the forecourt. The burning is therefore a late phase of activity.

ID: 16235, C14 ID: HAR 9174 Date BP: 4930 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4990, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the floor of the mortuary structure (F. 78).

ID: 16236, C14 ID: HAR 9175 Date BP: 4950 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 5020, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Haddenham: VI, long barrow; 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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from the base of pit F247, one of the two earliest pits on the site, 0.25m deep in natural gravel; unweathered sherds from three or four Neolithic vessels were found on the top of this layer, probably derived from nearby hearths.

ID: 15480, C14 ID: HAR 3968 Date BP: 4680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Bromfield; 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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a sandy silt and gravel deposit (1009) near the bottom of a bowl-shaped pit (F6), cut by a ring ditch thought to be Iron Age in date (B10, F2). The sample comprised of a scatter of charcoal fragments approximately 0.8m below the surface and 0.5m below the top of the pit. A larger charcoal sample was collected from overlying context (1008) but it was felt that the context was too secondary to be of use in dating the feature.

ID: 15481, C14 ID: OxA 4207 Date BP: 4570 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4665, End BP: 4475

Abstract: Bromfield; 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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from site E, ditch segment II, layer 11, a problematic organic deposit which could be either a dump similar to that in site F, or a rich organic silt which incorporated cultural material in its formation.

ID: 16253, C14 ID: HAR 1882 Date BP: 4560 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4470

Abstract: Hambledon Hill; 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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from site D1, ditch segment B, layer 12: ashy, dark grey, silty soil with small chalk lumps and charcoal which abuts the causeway between segments A and B.

ID: 16255, C14 ID: HAR 1886 Date BP: 4840 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4990, End BP: 4690

Abstract: Hambledon Hill; 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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from bank outwork ditch 2, fill of F8: dark brown-black soil with granular chalk and flint, grittier at edges, looser and more loamy at centre, browner and more compact at a depth of c 120mm; the feature contained charcoal and unabraded sherds.

ID: 16257, C14 ID: HAR 2368 Date BP: 4520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4440

Abstract: Hambledon Hill; 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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from site L, outwork ditch 1, layer 7: a deposit of large chalk lumps and flint nodules with bone, flint, human bone, and other burnt material, overlying the primary silt (layers 8 and 9); the burnt area seemed to have a definite edge where it came up against layer 9 (HAR-2375 and HAR-2377).

ID: 16258, C14 ID: HAR 2371 Date BP: 4680 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4570

Abstract: Hambledon Hill; 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. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from site G, ditch segment 3, layer 9A: grey charcoal-stained silt, in a deep bowl-shaped pit which cut into layer 10, the vacuous rubble fill overlying the ditch floor; this date is expected to complement HAR-2377.

ID: 16260, C14 ID: HAR 2375 Date BP: 4670 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4570

Abstract: Hambledon Hill; 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. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from site G, ditch segment 3, layer 9A; as HAR-2375, which this result should complement.

ID: 16261, C14 ID: HAR 2377 Date BP: 4610 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4520

Abstract: Hambledon Hill; 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. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from site K, outwork ditch 1, layer 7: from a very ashy area, containing lumps of charcoal, within the vacuous chalk lumps and flint nodules which overlay the primary silts (layers 8 and 9); the ashy deposit was sieved and floated (no chemicals were used in the flotation process).

ID: 16262, C14 ID: HAR 2378 Date BP: 4820 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4940, End BP: 4700

Abstract: Hambledon Hill; 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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from site N (interior), upper fill (3) of pit F6: flint and chalk lumps in a dark soil matrix with a rich assemblage of antler, flints, bone, and pottery.

ID: 16264, C14 ID: HAR 3061 Date BP: 4680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Hambledon 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. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; site B, feature 57, layer 1: from a pit with a fill of rich-black loam, orange-brown loam with orange pea chalk and chalk lumps, and chalk wash. Layer 1, in particular, contained a rich assemblage of material including antler deposits, pot, bone, and stone rubber fragments. This sample is comparable with HAR-2041 (4110 ? 80 BP; cal BC 2900-2470 at 95% confidence; Reimer et al 2004).

ID: 16265, C14 ID: HAR 9166 Date BP: 4920 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4990, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: discrete features in central area; 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. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; site B, feature 14, layer 3; from a steep-sided flat-bottomed pit with a rich assemblage of pottery and other finds including a large greenstone axe. Layer 3 consisted of black soil, gravel and chalk lumps, and produced the main finds.

ID: 16266, C14 ID: HAR 9167 Date BP: 4830 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: discrete features in central area; 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. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; ditch 3, unit 6, layer 5c; from the primary fill of the outwork ditch on Hanford Spur.

ID: 16271, C14 ID: HAR 6038 Date BP: 4530 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4420

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Hanford Outer Outwork; 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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; site D2, cross ditch 1, layer 11; from the primary chalk wash overlying the solid chalk bottom of the ditch. The silt deposit contains some chalk and flint lumps and incorporates a few finds of bone and antler.

ID: 16272, C14 ID: HAR 9168 Date BP: 4660 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4560

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: inner east cross dyke; 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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: plant macrofossils; site H, causewayed enclosure ditch, segment 2, layer 3; flints and chalk lumps set in a dark brown loam packed with crushed charcoal fragments and occasional burnt shells. Layer 3 would appear to be the scarp cut of the ditch, possibly recut by layer 5 located as a distinct linear deposit of flint against the east edge of layer 3.

ID: 16275, C14 ID: HAR 2369 Date BP: 4520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4440

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: main enclosure 4; 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from ditch 1, segment A, quadrant 2, layer 5: an accumulation of silt, mixed with ash and charcoal, overlying natural chalk in the main enclosure ditch; under HAR-3062 and HAR-3060.

ID: 16276, C14 ID: HAR 3058 Date BP: 4700 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Stepleton enclosure; 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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from layer 4: under HAR-3062, over HAR-3058; a burnt area, associated with skeletal material, in the initial accumulation of rubble from the unstabilised bank.

ID: 16277, C14 ID: HAR 3060 Date BP: 4570 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4480

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Stepleton enclosure; 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from layer 3a: over HAR-3060 and HAR-3058; chalk gravel in a matrix of chalk wash with little humic material, from the eroded bank; finds include a concentration of antler picks.

ID: 16278, C14 ID: HAR 3062 Date BP: 4700 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Stepleton enclosure; 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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; site 2B, ditch 1, layer 5A; from a small timber associated with the apparent collapse of breastwork of the rampart, stratified in the primary fill of the ditch.

ID: 16279, C14 ID: HAR 4433 Date BP: 4840 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Stepleton inner outwork; 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. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; site 3B, ditch 4, layer 6B; from the primary context at the base of the ditch of the main outwork on Stepleton Spur.

ID: 16280, C14 ID: HAR 4435 Date BP: 4880 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4970, End BP: 4790

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Stepleton inner outwork; 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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; feature 601, bank 4; as HAR-4437.

ID: 16282, C14 ID: HAR 4438 Date BP: 4770 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4690

Abstract: Hambledon Hill: Stepleton inner outwork; 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. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; from the central grave of a late Neolithic round barrow built on top of the entrance grave"" cairn.""

ID: 15535, C14 ID: HAR 4932 Date BP: 4670 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4560

Abstract: Burythorpe: Whitegrounds 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. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; from the entrance grave"" in cairn

ID: 15536, C14 ID: HAR 5318 Date BP: 4590 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4500

Abstract: Burythorpe: Whitegrounds Barrow; 1982-83

Archaeologist Name: burial 3 of Whitegrounds Barrow 1. From the ""entrance grave"" in cairn

Reference Name: burial 3 of Whitegrounds Barrow 1. ""

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; recovered from a small pit containing burnt environmental and settlement material with early Neolithic Hembury ware. This pit in all probability predates the Flagstones causewayed enclosure.

ID: 15828, C14 ID: HAR 9161 Date BP: 4960 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5040, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Dorchester Bypass: Flagstones; 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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from soil samples taken from post holes cut into chalk and chalk with clay with flints. The postholes form a hut circle. They are shallow and contained modern rootlets and some intrusive burrowing mollusca (Cecilioides acicula), but were well-sealed, thus the charcoal is probably not contaminated.

ID: 15829, C14 ID: OxA 2382 Date BP: 4800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4730

Abstract: Dorchester Bypass: Middle 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. 2600BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from the lowest contact of the basal peat at an altitude of -3.44 to -3.455m OD.

ID: 16046, C14 ID: Q 2542 Date BP: 4600 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4540

Abstract: Fenland Project: Peacock's Farm; 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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from 7.0m below the surface water table. Peat has eroded the upper surface (c 4cm above the sample) and graded lower contact into organic tufa pellet gravels. The peat is firm and black.

ID: 15852, C14 ID: OxA 4186 Date BP: 4810 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4905, End BP: 4715

Abstract: Dover Sediments: group 2; 1992-93

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

Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: waterlogged plant macrofossil; sealed by alluvium from the base of the cursus ditch.

ID: 15858, C14 ID: OxA 2071 Date BP: 4810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Drayton: Cursus; 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. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the primary silt of the east ditch of the cursus.

ID: 15860, C14 ID: HAR 6477 Date BP: 4990 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 5090, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Drayton: Cursus; 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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the primary silt of the east ditch of the cursus.

ID: 15861, C14 ID: HAR 6478 Date BP: 4780 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 4680

Abstract: Drayton: Cursus; 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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; sealed beneath Roman and later alluvium soil in the top of a tree-throw hold beneath the cursus bank; a similar stratigraphic position to OxA-2074. This soil horizon is in the top of the soil fill of the tree hole and since the lower fill contained little charcoal the sample may well post date the tree-throw rather than being derived from charcoal already in the soil where the tree was growing. The sample will provide a terminus post quem for construction of the cursus since it underlies the associated internal gravel bank, which was clearly undisturbed at this point. As such it provides a possible check on the early dates HAR-6477 and HAR-6478. This sample is one of a series related to tree-throw holes with associated worked flints.

ID: 15862, C14 ID: OxA 2073 Date BP: 4800 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4900, End BP: 4700

Abstract: Drayton: Cursus, tree-throw holes; 1988-89

Archaeologist Name:

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. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; sealed beneath Romano-British alluvium. The soil horizon is being studied for micromorphology and overlies a tree throw hole possibly associated with clearance prior to construction of the cursus. Worked flints came from this context, and the stratigraphy is similar to OxA-2073.

ID: 15863, C14 ID: OxA 2074 Date BP: 4620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4540

Abstract: Drayton: Cursus, tree-throw holes; 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. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from the upper fill of a tree-throw hole, which also contained flints and bone, sealed beneath alluvium.

ID: 15864, C14 ID: OxA 2075 Date BP: 4940 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5020, End BP: 4860

Abstract: Drayton: Cursus, tree-throw holes; 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. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from context 463, from the base of the cairn infill adjacent to the south and north chambers, ie this antler is incorporated within an early phase of the cairn construction. Some pieces of the antler have been glued together with UHU or masking tape.

ID: 16345, C14 ID: HAR 8349 Date BP: 4830 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Hazleton; 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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from context 85, the primary infill of the northern quarry flanking of the long cairn. The antler is part of a discarded tool used in the quarrying of limestone to be used in the building of the long cairn. The antler was found 160mm above the quarry floor. The antler has been repaired with UHU glue.

ID: 16346, C14 ID: HAR 8350 Date BP: 4950 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 5010, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Hazleton; 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. 2535BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; this sample is from the primary fill (1020) of ring ditch (F1). The fill consisted of sandy silt and gravel, which had accumulated on the outside edge of the ring-ditch, cut on its western side. It seems likely that the charcoal was deposited in the edge of the cut for the ring-ditch soon after its construction.

ID: 16855, C14 ID: OxA 4204 Date BP: 4535 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4635, End BP: 4435

Abstract: Meole Brace; 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. 2715BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; this sample is from the fill of a small, shallow circular pit (F8) - 0.6m across and 0.2 deep, containing a few flecks and fragments of cremated bone, and fragments from possibly two pottery vessels.

ID: 16856, C14 ID: OxA 4205 Date BP: 4715 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4795, End BP: 4635

Abstract: Meole Brace; 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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; sample is from the fill (1013) of a small shallow circular pit (F10) - 0.75m across and 0.16m deep, containing fragments from two pottery vessels (decorated food vessels).

ID: 16857, C14 ID: OxA 4206 Date BP: 4570 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4655, End BP: 4485

Abstract: Meole Brace; 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. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood and peat; wood peat from near the base of a core of 1.24m overlying marine clay, from a dpeth of 114-119cm.

ID: 17006, C14 ID: GU 5322 Date BP: 5000 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 5060, End BP: 4940

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Peel; 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. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; a sample from a small pit beneath and central to the barrow.The pit was surrounded by concentric arcs and stakeholes, suggesting contemporary features immediately predating the construction of the primary mound.

ID: 16617, C14 ID: OxA 2290 Date BP: 5000 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5080, End BP: 4920

Abstract: Liffs Low; 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. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; a sample from a layer that is either the capping of the primary mound or the basal layer of the south enlargement of the barrow.The uncertainty lies more with the limits on excavation than difficulties of interpretation.

ID: 16618, C14 ID: OxA 2291 Date BP: 4850 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Liffs Low; 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. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; a sample from the top layer of a small pit below the northern addition to the monument.This pit should be the primary interment feature for this addition.The sample comprises two concentrations of charcoal found in close proximity.

ID: 16619, C14 ID: OxA 2354 Date BP: 4960 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Liffs Low; 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. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; sample at 110-115cm in a 418cm core.

ID: 17015, C14 ID: GU 5205 Date BP: 4960 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4890

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Rawcliffe 2; 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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; 0-5cm of a peat monolith from which an unknown depth of peat has been removed by a peat extraction company.

ID: 17019, C14 ID: GU 5274 Date BP: 4520 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4470

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Solway Moss; 1992-93

Archaeologist Name:

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. 2595BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; a peat sample surrounding the remains of a dead sheep; the precise location may have been a pool within the bog when the sheep became deposited.

ID: 17028, C14 ID: OxA 4214 Date BP: 4595 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4685, End BP: 4505

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Solway Sheep; 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. 2741BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; barrow 2; burial 6, a crouched inhumation on a stone bed in the base of a large pit. This cuts the presumed facade of the period 1 long barrow and is sited in the 'apron' extension to the platform formed by the flattening of the long barrow.

ID: 17161, C14 ID: UB 3246 Date BP: 4741 +/- 43, Start Date BP: 4784, End BP: 4698

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. 2713BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; barrow 2; burial 11, period 3. A crouched burial (Neolithic) placed between the stele and the stone facade and sealed under a stone bed. It is assumed to be the latest burial in the secondary linear burial zone.

ID: 17163, C14 ID: UB 3248 Date BP: 4713 +/- 84, Start Date BP: 4797, End BP: 4629

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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; this sample was from a peat core 270cm deep. The sample was 215-220cm from the present surface, which is above a marine clay.

ID: 17044, C14 ID: GU 5034 Date BP: 4570 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4480

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

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. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from layer 287 in post pit 282.

ID: 17408, C14 ID: HAR 5245 Date BP: 4690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4620

Abstract: Rowden; 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. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from layer 571 in pit 327.

ID: 17410, C14 ID: HAR 5247 Date BP: 4940 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 5010, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Rowden; 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. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from layer 634 in pit 327.

ID: 17411, C14 ID: HAR 5248 Date BP: 4860 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 4790

Abstract: Rowden; 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. 2980BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; associated with erosional horizons on a ?truncated podzol.

ID: 16658, C14 ID: HAR 8875 Date BP: 4980 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 5050, End BP: 4910

Abstract: Lindow Moss; 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

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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: grain; from the postpipe of a stone packed posthole from the centre-line of building I; it cannot be assigned to either unit, so cannot be used in the first instance for dating the building. The quantity of grain suggests that it was charred at a single event, either at or soon before, the demise of the building.

ID: 16669, C14 ID: OxA 2434 Date BP: 4930 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 5000, End BP: 4860

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; this sample was from a peat core 270cm deep. The sample was 240-250cm from the present surface, which is above a marine clay.

ID: 17046, C14 ID: GU 5036 Date BP: 4700 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4550

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

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. 2600BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from F52, a flat-bottomed scoop with a cremation deposit cut into the fill of a recut inner causewayed ditch segment; possibly Early Bronze Age.

ID: 17055, C14 ID: HAR 3208 Date BP: 4600 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4510

Abstract: Northampton: Briar Hill; 1978-79

Archaeologist Name:

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. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from F199, a segment of the inner ditch of the outer enclosure; the middle fill of the final phase (of four).

ID: 17062, C14 ID: HAR 4071 Date BP: 4610 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4520

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

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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; this sample could have been building material or represent other activities conducted within area. The concentration of charred material within this deposit suggests that it originates from a single event, probably the demise of the building. Only species with an estimated minimum age of <30 years are included in the sample for radiocarbon.

ID: 16670, C14 ID: OxA 2435 Date BP: 4680 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: carbonised plant macrofossil; from the two fillings of the postpipe; the flax seeds occurred both singly and as a fused lump.

ID: 16671, C14 ID: OxA 2436 Date BP: 4970 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 5040, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; the sample consisted of Corylus sp. charcoal only, Quercus sp. has been excluded because of its great age (100+ years). The concentration of charred material within this deposit suggests that it originates from a single event, probably the demise of the building.

ID: 16672, C14 ID: OxA 2437 Date BP: 4840 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; the sample derived from building I, it could comprise either the hazel charcoal or the grain. The hazel charcoal could represent actual building material or other activities conducted within its confines; the grain must have been charred at, or soon before, the demise of the building.

ID: 16673, C14 ID: OxA 2438 Date BP: 4920 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5000, End BP: 4840

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2745BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; this sample could have been building material or represent other activities conducted within the area. The concentration of charred material within this deposit suggests that it originates from a single event, probably the demise of the building. Fast-grown oak of 5+ years only is sampled for radiocarbon.

ID: 16674, C14 ID: UB 3289 Date BP: 4745 +/- 88, Start Date BP: 4833, End BP: 4657

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2783BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from fill 1 which was the charcoal-rich layer immediately above the base of the postpipe; it can be interpreted as either material fallen into the hole when the post was removed, or the charred edge of the post which disintegrated on its removal. Since oak fragments only have been identified, it may represent the other part of a charred post.

ID: 16676, C14 ID: UB 3293 Date BP: 4783 +/- 78, Start Date BP: 4861, End BP: 4705

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2703BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; pit 0266 is the largest of a series of pits all with a charcoal-rich basal layer covered by burnt and unburnt gritstones. All the larger pieces of charcoal bar one were oak (hazel not submitted), as are the floted fragments; the oldest are slow-grown with estimated minimum ages of 25+ and 30+.

ID: 16678, C14 ID: UB 3295 Date BP: 4703 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4778, End BP: 4628

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a discrete charcoal-rich layer within pit 0316 from which was identified oak, hazel, ash, and hawthorn. The oak is excluded from the sample.

ID: 16679, C14 ID: UB 3296 Date BP: 4670 +/- 330, Start Date BP: 5000, End BP: 4340

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2567BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a discrete charcoal-rich layer from which only oak was identified.

ID: 16680, C14 ID: UB 3297 Date BP: 4567 +/- 164, Start Date BP: 4731, End BP: 4403

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2709BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a floated sample from a charcoal-rich layer in pit.

ID: 16681, C14 ID: UB 3377 Date BP: 4709 +/- 66, Start Date BP: 4775, End BP: 4643

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; the fill h was the charcoal-rich layer immediately above the base of the postpipe; it may be interpreted as either material fallen into the hole when the post was removed, or the charred edge of the post which disintegrated on its removal. The identification of oak only from the postpipe and lower subsidence layers makes the latter interpretation the most likely.

ID: 16682, C14 ID: UB 3378 Date BP: 4770 +/- 52, Start Date BP: 4822, End BP: 4718

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from F124, a segment of the inner ditch of the outer enclosure, lower fill of the final phase; the expected date is Neolithic.

ID: 17066, C14 ID: HAR 4075 Date BP: 4660 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4590

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

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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; a combined sample of 64 and 69, from F28, from the primary infill of the second cut in a sequence of at least four in a segment of the main inner ditch on the east side of the inner enclosure. The sample is combined from well defined lens of discoloured 'ashy' sand on the bottom of the feature and from the layer immediately above this. The layers in question lay against the end of the recut where it truncates the infill of the primary cut. It is possible that they had weathered out of a deposit of discoloured sand and charcoal in the secondary infill of the primary cut, exposed in this edge.

ID: 17073, C14 ID: HAR 5271 Date BP: 4780 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4900, End BP: 4660

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

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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from Neolithic worked timber from area 6, context A6 168(a).

ID: 17463, C14 ID: HAR 6131 Date BP: 4930 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 5020, End BP: 4840

Abstract: Runnymede Bridge; 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. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the tip of a pile penetrating a Neolithic brush platform in area 4, context A4 S1(b).

ID: 17464, C14 ID: HAR 6132 Date BP: 4630 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4560

Abstract: Runnymede Bridge; 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. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from area 8, context A8 3B(a); the sample came from the tip of a pile penetrating pre-Neolithic layers; the pile is either Neolithic or late Bronze Age.

ID: 17465, C14 ID: HAR 6133 Date BP: 4690 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 4580

Abstract: Runnymede Bridge; 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. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; sample from shallow pit in trench 3, section O.

ID: 17512, C14 ID: HAR 8786 Date BP: 4990 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 5080, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Seamer Moor; 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. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a pile penetrating a Neolithic brush platform and bearing stone axe cut marks. The sample came from Area 4, context A4 S4(b).

ID: 17461, C14 ID: HAR 6128 Date BP: 4920 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5000, End BP: 4840

Abstract: Runnymede Bridge; 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. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from Neolithic worked timber from Area 6, context A6 F202(a).

ID: 17462, C14 ID: HAR 6130 Date BP: 4830 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4900, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Runnymede Bridge; 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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; an unmarked articulated child inhumation. Adjacent to inhumations F5355 and F5356, it was found in a large deep (0.80m) grave pit, and was undisturbed. The burial lies outside the line of the Bronze Age barrow and may have been related to the Neolithic causewayed camp.

ID: 17264, C14 ID: OxA 1882 Date BP: 4650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4570

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

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. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from yellow marly loam from centre of mound body, in situ from trench 3, section T(4).

ID: 17275, C14 ID: HAR 8781 Date BP: 4940 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5020, End BP: 4860

Abstract: Raisthorpe Manor; 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. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from lower fill of facade bedding trench, section E.

ID: 17276, C14 ID: HAR 8782 Date BP: 4850 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4950, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Raisthorpe Manor; 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. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from the basal 5cm of peat. This overlies grey sand. The peat has a high silt component and a thinner horizontal sample would have contained little organic material.

ID: 16503, C14 ID: GU 5060 Date BP: 4510 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4450

Abstract: Isles of Scilly Project: St Martins, Higher Town Beach; 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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; column 1, basal 2cm upper peat.

ID: 16509, C14 ID: GU 5225 Date BP: 4770 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Isles of Scilly Project: St Martins, Higher Town Beach, Par; 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from the upper fill of cut 62113, a treehole located in trench B140.

ID: 17292, C14 ID: OxA 3058 Date BP: 4700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4620

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

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. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a Mesolithic 'cooking pit'.

ID: 16530, C14 ID: HAR 5103 Date BP: 4960 +/- 700, Start Date BP: 5660, End BP: 4260

Abstract: Kelling Heath; 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. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a facade bedding trench associated with occupation debris used as packing for the postholes.

ID: 16536, C14 ID: HAR 8778 Date BP: 4870 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4960, End BP: 4780

Abstract: Kemp Howe; 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. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; the sample was taken from a section face of the segment cut through the avenue ditch. This avenue consisted of two parallel lines of segmented ditch lengths plus various sized treeholes. The avenue leads up to and is cut by a circular pit-ring. No finds were recovered from the ditch lengths or treeholes, but fills of the ditch were full of burnt material, some of which may well have been burnt in situ. Many rootlets were evident within the charcoal. Some attempt has been made to remove these.

ID: 17310, C14 ID: GU 5319 Date BP: 4990 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 5100, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: South Stanwick; 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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: waterlogged plant macrofossils; waterlogged seeds from the top of the permanently waterlogged organic sediments in the barrow ditch.

ID: 17313, C14 ID: OxA 3001 Date BP: 4810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4730

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

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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: waterlogged plant macrofossils; waterlogged seeds from the earliest, permanently waterlogged sediments in the bottom of the ditch.

ID: 17314, C14 ID: OxA 3002 Date BP: 4560 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4420

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

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. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; the sample consisted of numerous oak planks which had collapsed from the barrow revetment into the organic sediments at the bottom of the ditch.

ID: 17315, C14 ID: OxA 3003 Date BP: 4790 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 4700

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

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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from elm decline, at a depth of 183-193cm.

ID: 16557, C14 ID: HAR 4239 Date BP: 4560 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4500

Abstract: Kingswood; 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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from one of an anomalous series of circular scoops.

ID: 16810, C14 ID: HAR 2196 Date BP: 4800 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Marc 3: Winnall Down, R17; 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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from one of an anomalous series of circular scoops.

ID: 16811, C14 ID: HAR 2201 Date BP: 4650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4570

Abstract: Marc 3: Winnall Down, R17; 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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from one of an anomalous series of circular scoops.

ID: 16812, C14 ID: HAR 2202 Date BP: 4680 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4590

Abstract: Marc 3: Winnall Down, R17; 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. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; the site's apparent main feature is a ploughed out Neolithic mound, but artefacts were recovered of Neolithic, Beaker, Roman, and Saxon periods.

ID: 16956, C14 ID: HAR 5544 Date BP: 4710 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4600

Abstract: North Marden; 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. 2602BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; the sample consists of a portion of carbonised oak plank from the surface on the long mound and relates to the refurbishment or reuse of the monument. The sample lay within 2062 and 2065, which formed either a capping containing gravel or the upper surface to the refurbished long mound.

ID: 17322, C14 ID: UB 3313 Date BP: 4602 +/- 72, Start Date BP: 4674, End BP: 4530

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, long mound; 1989-90

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

Carbon Date. 2795BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a stake burnt in situ in the gully of the long mound. The sample was located at the western end of the monument within recognisable fill of the gully, extracted during excavation of that fill.

ID: 17325, C14 ID: UB 3417 Date BP: 4795 +/- 71, Start Date BP: 4866, End BP: 4724

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, long mound; 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. 2937BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; a stake found in situ set within the fill of a shallow linear gully cut into the top of the turf mound. The gully fill included scattered charcoal associated with patches of reddened burnt sand. The top of the mound had been disturbed by ploughing, but the sample was sealed under alluvium.

ID: 17329, C14 ID: UB 3314 Date BP: 4937 +/- 56, Start Date BP: 4993, End BP: 4881

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, turf mound; 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. 2873BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; fragments of charcoal from within the fill of the gully cut into the top of the turf mound.

ID: 17330, C14 ID: UB 3317 Date BP: 4873 +/- 56, Start Date BP: 4929, End BP: 4817

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, turf mound; 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. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from 2.2m to 2.24m below the peat surface.

ID: 16568, C14 ID: HAR 6210 Date BP: 4740 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 4670

Abstract: Lancashire Peat Profiles: Anglezarke Moor, Black Brook; 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. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; basal peats overlying a sand island in a raised mire. Peat has been removed from the site mechanically leaving approximately 50cm.

ID: 16963, C14 ID: GU 5271 Date BP: 4590 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4520

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Chat Moss; 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. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; basal peats overlying a sand island in a raised mire. Peat has been removed from the site mechanically leaving approximately 50cm.

ID: 16965, C14 ID: GU 5273 Date BP: 4670 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4610

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Chat Moss; 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. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; 438-450cm of a peat/clay core of 480cm with marine clays at the base.

ID: 16975, C14 ID: GU 5147 Date BP: 4590 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4500

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Fenton Cottage; 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. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: organic matter; 450-480cm of a peat/clay core of 480cm with marine clays at the base.

ID: 16976, C14 ID: GU 5148 Date BP: 4860 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4970, End BP: 4750

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Fenton Cottage; 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. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from layer 188 consisting of gravel and sand. This layer was beneath layer 187 from which HAR-7026 was taken.

ID: 17358, C14 ID: HAR 7027 Date BP: 4990 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 5050, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Reading: Crane Wharf; 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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; the sample came from a large waterlogged timber from layer 188, overlying laminated sands and gravels.

ID: 17359, C14 ID: HAR 7028 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Reading: Crane Wharf; 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. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from horizontal timbers of a double trackway under 0.5m of peat; this sample was collected in 1969.

ID: 17620, C14 ID: HAR 649 Date BP: 4760 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 4680

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Edington Burtle, Chilton Moor; 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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: soil; associated with a flint axe of Neolithic type, closely comparable to an axe from the Early Neolithic Sweet track 3km distant.

ID: 17623, C14 ID: HAR 2224 Date BP: 4560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4480

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath (pre-1981); 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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from the lower division of the peat monolith.

ID: 17629, C14 ID: HAR 4866 Date BP: 4780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4710

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

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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; both HAR-9449 and HAR-9450 were located in the lower (not basal) silts of the recut long barrow ditch sectioned across 3m of its width. HAR-9449 was the lowest bone sample when the final 50cm balk was removed.

ID: 17890, C14 ID: HAR 9449 Date BP: 4660 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4560

Abstract: Swinhope: Ash Hill Long Barrow; 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

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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; both HAR-9449 and HAR-9450 were located in the lower (not basal) silts of the recut long barrow ditch sectioned across 3m of its width. HAR-9450 was found during the sieving of the lower deposits at the opposite end of the trench, again in the fill of re-cuts. A Grooved ware rim was found in one re-cut, 50cm higher up.

ID: 17891, C14 ID: HAR 9450 Date BP: 4970 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 5070, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Swinhope: Ash Hill Long Barrow; 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

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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; found in the bottom of the long barrow ditch silts.

ID: 17892, C14 ID: HAR 6400 Date BP: 4930 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Swinhope: Hoe Hill Long 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

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. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; this tree is the westernmost of a group of trees now lying exposed in the intertidal silts at Quarr. The trees lie directly upon a peat deposit which itself overlies, in certain places, deposits of worked and sometimes burnt flint. The trees, recently exposed by erosion, are beginning to erode. This sample is taken from sound wood, and is made up of rings 23-43 from a 260-year ring sequence.

ID: 18434, C14 ID: GU 5299 Date BP: 4730 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4670

Abstract: Wootton-Quarr: 92B; 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. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; this sample was from one of five matching tree-ring sequences which formed a floating tree-ring chronology of 270 years. Rings 29-41 from the trunk of recumbent oak tree 20 from the Quarr-Binstead interfluve.

ID: 18435, C14 ID: GU 5300 Date BP: 4620 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4560

Abstract: Wootton-Quarr: 92B; 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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; Eriophorum-Calluna peat from 0.94-0.95m below the present ground surface.

ID: 17635, C14 ID: HAR 4544 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4570

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Eclipse Track (peat sequence); 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. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; rods from a Neolithic hurdle found in isolation in deep peats.

ID: 17636, C14 ID: HAR 6265 Date BP: 4790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Frank's Hurdle Track; 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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from pit 5, which contained Neolithic bowl pottery, flints, charcoal, and burnt hazelnut shells.

ID: 17909, C14 ID: HAR 4638 Date BP: 4800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4730

Abstract: Tattershall Thorpe: Jeffs Farm; 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. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; circular timber structure.

ID: 17930, C14 ID: HAR 6659 Date BP: 4530 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4400

Abstract: Thirlings, Wooler; 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. 2580BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; a small piece of wood from the terminal area of the Meare Heath Bronze Age track (not part of the actual construction).

ID: 17670, C14 ID: HAR 2428 Date BP: 4580 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4520

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare, Meare Heath Field 12.3; 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. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from site 81.6A.

ID: 17675, C14 ID: HAR 4374 Date BP: 4510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4430

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sedgemoor, Chedzoy Tracks; 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. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from site 81.6B.

ID: 17676, C14 ID: HAR 4375 Date BP: 4690 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sedgemoor, Chedzoy Tracks; 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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the bottom part of two pointed stakes, part of an alignment in area 2. The stakes were eroded flush with the surface of the peat, and so there is no indication of the original depth of peat or of the height of the stakes. It is clear, however, that they would have been driven into a considerably thicker layer of peat than exists today. They may have been driven in at a time when these particular peat areas were submerged or they may instead date from a period contemporary with peat formation.

ID: 18205, C14 ID: HAR 5642 Date BP: 4840 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Westward Ho!; 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. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from annual rings 58-73 (earliest) of the tree-ring sequence; includes sections cut from nine timbers.

ID: 17687, C14 ID: HAR 1379 Date BP: 4550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4480

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick, Sweet Track Heath; 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. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from rings 98-113; includes sections cut from sixteen timbers (see also HAR-1473).

ID: 17691, C14 ID: HAR 1473 Date BP: 4940 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 5090, End BP: 4790

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick, Sweet Track Heath; 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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from rings 178-93; includes sections cut from twelve timbers (see also HAR-1478).

ID: 17695, C14 ID: HAR 1478 Date BP: 4800 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick, Sweet Track Heath; 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. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from rings 258-73; includes sections from nine timbers (see also HAR-1480).

ID: 17696, C14 ID: HAR 1479 Date BP: 4710 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick, Sweet Track Heath; 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. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from rings 258-73; includes sections from nine timbers (see also HAR-1480).

ID: 17697, C14 ID: HAR 1480 Date BP: 4870 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4950, End BP: 4790

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick, Sweet Track Heath; 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. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from regional pollen assemblage zone boundary B/C.

ID: 17716, C14 ID: HAR 5295 Date BP: 4510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4440

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sweet Track; 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. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; from regional pollen assemblage zone boundary A/B.

ID: 17717, C14 ID: HAR 5296 Date BP: 4790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sweet Track; 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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from part of a newly discovered structure in an area intense with Neolithic activity.

ID: 17719, C14 ID: HAR 5726 Date BP: 4680 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Walton Heath; 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. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a newly discovered wooden structure in the peat.

ID: 17720, C14 ID: HAR 4078 Date BP: 4880 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4980, End BP: 4780

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Walton Heath, Bisgrove; 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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from part of a wood structure in low peats. The structure extended over two peat heads and must have been at least 20m long; part of it has been destroyed by peat cutting.

ID: 17721, C14 ID: HAR 6264 Date BP: 4660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4580

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Walton Heath, Foster's Walton; 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. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a substantial wooden trackway (part of the Walton Heath complex), associated with HAR-3386.

ID: 17726, C14 ID: HAR 3078 Date BP: 4590 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4520

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Walton Heath, Jones' Track; 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. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from lowest platform of a large wooden structure of brushwood and roundwood.

ID: 17734, C14 ID: HAR 2843 Date BP: 4720 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 4640

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Baker Platform; 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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the brushwood edging of the platform.

ID: 17735, C14 ID: HAR 2844 Date BP: 4520 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4430

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Baker Platform; 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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a slipway at the western edge of a wide platform.

ID: 17736, C14 ID: HAR 2845 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 5030, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Baker Platform; 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. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; track extension from the lower timbers of the Baker platform edge.

ID: 17738, C14 ID: HAR 2919 Date BP: 4540 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4460

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Baker Track; 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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a platform track extension.

ID: 17739, C14 ID: HAR 2920 Date BP: 4520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4450

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Baker Track; 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. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; part of a complex of tracks excavated in Neolithic peat. From site A 1983.

ID: 17740, C14 ID: HAR 5721 Date BP: 4610 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4520

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Honeygore Complex; 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. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the Honeybee track, hurdle A, site B 1983.

ID: 17741, C14 ID: HAR 5722 Date BP: 4610 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4510

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Honeygore Complex; 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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the Honeycat track, site C 1983.

ID: 17743, C14 ID: HAR 5724 Date BP: 4560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4480

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Honeygore Complex; 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. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from previously unknown Neolithic track in complex of at least five such tracks. The structure is named Honeypot track.

ID: 17748, C14 ID: HAR 6698 Date BP: 4720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4650

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Honeygore Complex; 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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from one of at least five Neolithic structures in the Honeygore complex.

ID: 17749, C14 ID: HAR 6699 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4570

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Westhay Level, Honeygore Complex; 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. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; from a crouched inhumation (grave III); part of the primary burial group.

ID: 18012, C14 ID: HAR 3883 Date BP: 4870 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4940, End BP: 4800

Abstract: Upper Lambourn: Park Farm; 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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; from a crouched inhumation (grave II); part of the primary burial group.

ID: 18013, C14 ID: HAR 3884 Date BP: 4780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Upper Lambourn: Park Farm; 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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal; from a Bronze Age ring ditch.

ID: 18259, C14 ID: HAR 4630 Date BP: 4770 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 4700

Abstract: Wherstead; 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. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the central peat zone in a natural lake.

ID: 18273, C14 ID: HAR 1226 Date BP: 4620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4540

Abstract: Wilmington: 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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2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; from a crouched inhumation (grave I); part of the primary burial group.

ID: 18014, C14 ID: HAR 3898 Date BP: 4800 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Upper Lambourn: Park Farm; 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. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat; a settlement site.

ID: 18277, C14 ID: HAR 2399 Date BP: 4880 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4960, End BP: 4800

Abstract: Wilmington: Gravel Pit; 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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; a settlement site.

ID: 18279, C14 ID: HAR 2408 Date BP: 4570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4490

Abstract: Wilmington: Gravel Pit; 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. 2900BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; a settlement site.

ID: 18280, C14 ID: HAR 2409 Date BP: 4900 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4970, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Wilmington: Gravel Pit; 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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: organic matter; a settlement site.

ID: 18281, C14 ID: HAR 2410 Date BP: 4750 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4680

Abstract: Wilmington: Gravel Pit; 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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from the depth of 97'6 in the waterlogged basal part of Wilsford Shaft. This sample consists of a bucket base and stave fragments. ""

ID: 18282, C14 ID: OxA 1089 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4570

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

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Carbon Date. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the primary fill of the ring-ditch, found intermittently along the base and sides of the original profile after most had been dug out later in the Neolithic period during a re-cutting of the ring-ditch. It was stratified below the second fill (represented by OxA-4059 and OxA-4060) in a cream/buff calcareous clayey silt. Both OxA-4057 and OxA-4058 came from the same context but from different parts of the ring-ditch.

ID: 17823, C14 ID: OxA 4057 Date BP: 4670 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4755, End BP: 4585

Abstract: Staines Road Farm; 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. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the primary fill of the ring-ditch, found intermittently along the base and sides of the original profile after most had been dug out later in the Neolithic period during a re-cutting of the ring-ditch. It was stratified below the second fill (represented by OxA-4059 and OxA-4060) in a cream/buff calcareous clayey silt. Both OxA-4057 and OxA-4058 came from the same context but from different parts of the ring-ditch.

ID: 17824, C14 ID: OxA 4058 Date BP: 4740 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4825, End BP: 4655

Abstract: Staines Road 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. 2595BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the second fill of the ring-ditch, found in clayey loam. Most of the first fill represented by OxA-4057 and OxA-4058 was dug out some time in the middle/late Neolithic, respecting much the same alignment as had earlier prevailed. The second fill was either a deliberate backfilling or a gradual accumulation. Both OxA-4059 and OxA-4060 come from the same context but different parts of the ring-ditch.

ID: 17825, C14 ID: OxA 4059 Date BP: 4595 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4510

Abstract: Staines Road 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. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: animal bone; from the second fill of the ring-ditch, found in clayey loam. Most of the first fill represented by OxA-4057 and OxA-4058 was dug out some time in the middle/late Neolithic, respecting much the same alignment as had earlier prevailed. The second fill was either a deliberate backfilling or a gradual accumulation. Both OxA-4059 and OxA-4060 come from the same context but different parts of the ring-ditch.

ID: 17826, C14 ID: OxA 4060 Date BP: 4860 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4945, End BP: 4775

Abstract: Staines Road Farm; 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. 2645BC. Late Neolithic

Report: human bone; the crouched inhumation burial lay at the base of a grave pit cut through the first phase ring-ditch fill (as of OxA-4057 and OxA-4058), but it is uncertain whether it had lain below the bulk of the second phase fill (as of OxA-4059 and OxA-4060) or been cut through it. It was, therefore, the earliest or the latest context associated with the second phase of infilling, but was filled with brown clayey loam that is very similar to that of the second phase of infilling. The burial lay immediately adjacent to the single causewayed entrance.

ID: 17827, C14 ID: OxA 4061 Date BP: 4645 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4560

Abstract: Staines Road Farm; 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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; the sample came from a deep section through a Flandrian transgression sequence of peats plus some humic muds. The peat contained abundant wood fragments, from the base of the same deposit as 575cII -3.60 OD

ID: 17851, C14 ID: HAR 4523 Date BP: 4650 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4560

Abstract: Stifford: Ardale School; 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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone; from a subsoil hollow at base of palaeo-cultivation soil, context 3A. This is buried beneath the bank of the linear ditch. The hollow has been interpreted as a fossil tree-cast and is associated with a land-snail sequence suggesting clearance.

ID: 18105, C14 ID: OxA 3045 Date BP: 4770 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4845, End BP: 4695

Abstract: Wessex Linear Ditches: Brigmerston Down Linear Ditch, Tidworth; 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler; from the bottom of the barrow ditch.

ID: 17588, C14 ID: HAR 1850 Date BP: 4700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4620

Abstract: Skendleby; 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. 2580BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood; from a newly discovered structure in the peat.

ID: 17612, C14 ID: HAR 4739 Date BP: 4580 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4510

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Ashcott Heath, Signal Pole Ground; 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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4550, C14 ID: OxA-1336 Date BP: 4570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4490, End BP: 4650

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 4552, C14 ID: OxA-1338 Date BP: 4930 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5020

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 4553, C14 ID: OxA-1339 Date BP: 4740 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4820

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4554, C14 ID: OxA-1340 Date BP: 4650 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 4560, C14 ID: OxA-2290 Date BP: 5000 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4920, End BP: 5080

Abstract: Liffs Low, 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. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 4561, C14 ID: OxA-2291 Date BP: 4850 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Liffs Low, 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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charred seeds:Corylus avellana

ID: 4568, C14 ID: OxA-2298 Date BP: 4780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Stumble, 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. 2675BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charred seeds:Triticum dicoccum-type

ID: 4569, C14 ID: OxA-2299 Date BP: 4675 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4605, End BP: 4745

Abstract: Stumble, 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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 4578, C14 ID: OxA-3367 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5030

Abstract: Rectory Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: McAvoy

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. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:charcoal

ID: 4580, C14 ID: OxA-3369 Date BP: 4850 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Rectory Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: McAvoy

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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 4596, C14 ID: OxA-4359 Date BP: 4700 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4800

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Barclay

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:ash

ID: 4913, C14 ID: OxA-1089 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4710

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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4922, C14 ID: OxA-1142 Date BP: 4750 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4923, C14 ID: OxA-1143 Date BP: 4730 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4810

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:Cervid ?

ID: 4924, C14 ID: OxA-1144 Date BP: 4550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4630

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Cervus elaphus

ID: 4925, C14 ID: OxA-1145 Date BP: 4660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Cervus elaphus

ID: 4926, C14 ID: OxA-1146 Date BP: 4650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4730

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4927, C14 ID: OxA-1147 Date BP: 4690 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 4928, C14 ID: OxA-1148 Date BP: 4810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2900BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler:-

ID: 4929, C14 ID: OxA-1151 Date BP: 4900 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 5000

Abstract: Long Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Holgate

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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 4939, C14 ID: OxA-1177 Date BP: 4640 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 4942, C14 ID: OxA-119 Date BP: 4800 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Dorchester, England

Archaeologist Name: Chambers

Reference Name: Archaeometry 26(1), 1984, 15-20

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. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 4951, C14 ID: OxA-1199 Date BP: 4880 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 4960

Abstract: Thames skull, RCS, England

Archaeologist Name: Bradley

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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler:deer

ID: 4979, C14 ID: OxA-1349 Date BP: 4660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 4986, C14 ID: OxA-1384 Date BP: 4750 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Burntwood Farm, 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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 4990, C14 ID: OxA-1396 Date BP: 4700 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4550, End BP: 4850

Abstract: King Barrow Ridge, 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. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4995, C14 ID: OxA-1400 Date BP: 4740 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4840

Abstract: Robin Hood's Ball [Map], 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. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 4996, C14 ID: OxA-1401 Date BP: 4510 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Robin Hood's Ball [Map], 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. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 4999, C14 ID: OxA-1404 Date BP: 4550 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4430, End BP: 4670

Abstract: Winterbourne Stoke, 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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:red deer

ID: 5000, C14 ID: OxA-1405 Date BP: 4640 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4540, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Winterbourne Stoke, 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. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5002, C14 ID: OxA-1407 Date BP: 4760 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Netheravon Bake, 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. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5011, C14 ID: OxA-1432 Date BP: 4830 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4920

Abstract: West Heath Hampstead, England

Archaeologist Name: Maher

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. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5012, C14 ID: OxA-1433 Date BP: 4710 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4800

Abstract: West Heath Hampstead, England

Archaeologist Name: Maher

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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5013, C14 ID: OxA-1434 Date BP: 4810 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4720, End BP: 4900

Abstract: West Heath Hampstead, England

Archaeologist Name: Maher

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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5014, C14 ID: OxA-1435 Date BP: 4770 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4870

Abstract: West Heath Hampstead, England

Archaeologist Name: Maher

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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5043, C14 ID: OxA-1498 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5030

Abstract: Nab Head II, Wales

Archaeologist Name: David

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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 5057, C14 ID: OxA-1525 Date BP: 4750 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Peak Camp, 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. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5070, C14 ID: OxA-1576 Date BP: 4790 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Maiden Castle, England [Map]

Archaeologist Name: Sharples

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. 2865BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 5098, C14 ID: OxA-1622 Date BP: 4865 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4785, End BP: 4945

Abstract: Peak Camp, 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. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:Avena sp.

ID: 5147, C14 ID: OxA-1767 Date BP: 4820 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Balbridie Timber Hal, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Ralston

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. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:Linum usitatiss

ID: 5148, C14 ID: OxA-1768 Date BP: 4940 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5010

Abstract: Balbridie Timber Hal, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Ralston

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. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5162, C14 ID: OxA-1807 Date BP: 4870 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4990

Abstract: Robin Hood's Cave, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5194, C14 ID: OxA-1882 Date BP: 4650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4730

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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:-

ID: 5243, C14 ID: OxA-2071 Date BP: 4810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Drayton Cursus, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:Fraximus and corylus

ID: 5245, C14 ID: OxA-2073 Date BP: 4800 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Drayton Cursus, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:Includes pomoideae

ID: 5246, C14 ID: OxA-2074 Date BP: 4620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4540, End BP: 4700

Abstract: Drayton Cursus, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:Quercus

ID: 5247, C14 ID: OxA-2075 Date BP: 4940 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4860, End BP: 5020

Abstract: Drayton Cursus, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:Salix/Populus

ID: 5284, C14 ID: OxA-2181 Date BP: 4790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Great Langdale, England

Archaeologist Name: Bradley

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. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5337, C14 ID: OxA-2350 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Creswell Crags, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

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. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5341, C14 ID: OxA-2354 Date BP: 4960 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5030

Abstract: Liffs Low, 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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:?Quercus sp

ID: 5346, C14 ID: OxA-2382 Date BP: 4800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Middle Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Woodward

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. 2665BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:Bos vertebra

ID: 5347, C14 ID: OxA-2394 Date BP: 4665 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4595, End BP: 4735

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:Sus scrofa

ID: 5348, C14 ID: OxA-2395 Date BP: 4730 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4810

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:Bos scrofa

ID: 5349, C14 ID: OxA-2396 Date BP: 4690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5350, C14 ID: OxA-2397 Date BP: 4730 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4810

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2715BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5351, C14 ID: OxA-2398 Date BP: 4715 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4635, End BP: 4795

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:Human child

ID: 5352, C14 ID: OxA-2399 Date BP: 4750 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4820

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5354, C14 ID: OxA-2401 Date BP: 4770 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4840

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2665BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5355, C14 ID: OxA-2402 Date BP: 4665 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4585, End BP: 4745

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2745BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:Human rib

ID: 5356, C14 ID: OxA-2403 Date BP: 4745 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4675, End BP: 4815

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5357, C14 ID: OxA-2404 Date BP: 4650 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5358, C14 ID: OxA-2405 Date BP: 4550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4630

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 5359, C14 ID: OxA-2406 Date BP: 4870 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 4940

Abstract: Windmill Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charred seeds:-

ID: 5378, C14 ID: OxA-2434 Date BP: 4930 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4860, End BP: 5000

Abstract: Lismore Fields, England

Archaeologist Name: Garton

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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5379, C14 ID: OxA-2435 Date BP: 4680 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Lismore Fields, England

Archaeologist Name: Garton

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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charred seeds:flax

ID: 5380, C14 ID: OxA-2436 Date BP: 4970 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4900, End BP: 5040

Abstract: Lismore Fields, England

Archaeologist Name: Garton

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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:hazel

ID: 5381, C14 ID: OxA-2437 Date BP: 4840 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4910

Abstract: Lismore Fields, England

Archaeologist Name: Garton

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. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5382, C14 ID: OxA-2438 Date BP: 4920 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5000

Abstract: Lismore Fields, England

Archaeologist Name: Garton

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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: shell:Limpet

ID: 5393, C14 ID: OxA-2481 Date BP: 4970 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5050

Abstract: Port St. Mary Rushen, UK

Archaeologist Name: Horn

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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charred seeds:Naked barley

ID: 5428, C14 ID: OxA-2734 Date BP: 4520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4450, End BP: 4590

Abstract: Barnhouse, UK

Archaeologist Name: Richards

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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: seeds:-

ID: 5492, C14 ID: OxA-3001 Date BP: 4810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4890

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. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: seeds:-

ID: 5493, C14 ID: OxA-3002 Date BP: 4560 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4700

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. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:Quercus

ID: 5494, C14 ID: OxA-3003 Date BP: 4790 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4880

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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 5514, C14 ID: OxA-3045 Date BP: 4770 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4695, End BP: 4845

Abstract: Brigmerston Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Entwistle

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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:Alnus/Corylus

ID: 5526, C14 ID: OxA-3058 Date BP: 4700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4780

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. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human jaw

ID: 5561, C14 ID: OxA-3169 Date BP: 4620 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4530, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Millbarrow, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5562, C14 ID: OxA-3170 Date BP: 4630 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4530, End BP: 4730

Abstract: Millbarrow, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human jaw

ID: 5563, C14 ID: OxA-3171 Date BP: 4750 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Millbarrow, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2900BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human jaw

ID: 5564, C14 ID: OxA-3172 Date BP: 4900 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 5010

Abstract: Millbarrow, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: tooth:sheep molar

ID: 5572, C14 ID: OxA-3205 Date BP: 4930 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5020

Abstract: Broken Cave, Devon, England

Archaeologist Name: Roberts

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2885BC. Late Neolithic

Report: tooth:human incisor

ID: 5573, C14 ID: OxA-3206 Date BP: 4885 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4795, End BP: 4975

Abstract: Broken Cave, Devon, England

Archaeologist Name: Roberts

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5607, C14 ID: OxA-3265 Date BP: 4550 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4485, End BP: 4615

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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5621, C14 ID: OxA-3303 Date BP: 4660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Little Hoyle Cave, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Green

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. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5622, C14 ID: OxA-3304 Date BP: 4930 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 5010

Abstract: Little Hoyle Cave, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Green

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. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5623, C14 ID: OxA-3305 Date BP: 4750 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4675, End BP: 4825

Abstract: Little Hoyle Cave, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Green

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. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5624, C14 ID: OxA-3306 Date BP: 4880 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4970

Abstract: Little Hoyle Cave, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Green

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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: seeds:barley

ID: 5683, C14 ID: OxA-3498 Date BP: 4570 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4495, End BP: 4645

Abstract: Barnhouse, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Richards

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. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: seeds:barley

ID: 5684, C14 ID: OxA-3499 Date BP: 4590 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4515, End BP: 4665

Abstract: Barnhouse, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Richards

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. 2585BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:birch bark

ID: 5704, C14 ID: OxA-3576 Date BP: 4585 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4660

Abstract: Horton Manor Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Cartwright

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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: other:food remains

ID: 5706, C14 ID: OxA-3578 Date BP: 4520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4440, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Horton Manor Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Cartwright

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. 2765BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 5781, C14 ID: OxA-3739 Date BP: 4765 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Carding Mill Bay, Scotland

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. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:Bos humerus

ID: 5788, C14 ID: OxA-3759 Date BP: 4610 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4550, End BP: 4670

Abstract: Easton Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5790, C14 ID: OxA-3760 Date BP: 4730 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4665, End BP: 4795

Abstract: Easton Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2535BC. Late Neolithic

Report: tooth:red deer

ID: 5792, C14 ID: OxA-3762 Date BP: 4535 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Easton Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Whittle

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. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:Betula

ID: 5814, C14 ID: OxA-3829 Date BP: 4740 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4675, End BP: 4805

Abstract: Cors Carmel, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Walker

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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:pond tortoise

ID: 5830, C14 ID: OxA-3889 Date BP: 4650 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Three Holes Cave, England

Archaeologist Name: Roberts

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:-

ID: 5845, C14 ID: OxA-399 Date BP: 4770 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4950

Abstract: Hengistbury Head, England

Archaeologist Name: Barton

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5846, C14 ID: OxA-3997 Date BP: 4960 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5030

Abstract: Sarn-y-Bryn-Calod, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Gibson

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. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 5895, C14 ID: OxA-416 Date BP: 4630 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4520, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Peak Camp, England

Archaeologist Name: Darvill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 5896, C14 ID: OxA-417 Date BP: 4660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Peak Camp, England

Archaeologist Name: Darvill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat:-

ID: 5904, C14 ID: OxA-4186 Date BP: 4810 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4715, End BP: 4905

Abstract: Dover A20, DST/91, England

Archaeologist Name: Bates

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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Carbon Date. 2535BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5908, C14 ID: OxA-4204 Date BP: 4535 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4435, End BP: 4635

Abstract: Meole Brace, England

Archaeologist Name: Hughes

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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Carbon Date. 2715BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5909, C14 ID: OxA-4205 Date BP: 4715 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4635, End BP: 4795

Abstract: Meole Brace, England

Archaeologist Name: Hughes

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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5910, C14 ID: OxA-4206 Date BP: 4570 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4485, End BP: 4655

Abstract: Meole Brace, England

Archaeologist Name: Hughes

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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Carbon Date. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5911, C14 ID: OxA-4207 Date BP: 4570 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4475, End BP: 4665

Abstract: Bromfield, England

Archaeologist Name: Hughes

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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Carbon Date. 2595BC. Late Neolithic

Report: peat:-

ID: 5919, C14 ID: OxA-4214 Date BP: 4595 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4505, End BP: 4685

Abstract: Solway Moss, England

Archaeologist Name: Stallibrass

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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Carbon Date. 2775BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:animal

ID: 5961, C14 ID: OxA-4360 Date BP: 4775 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4675, End BP: 4875

Abstract: Rectory Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: McAvoy

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. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 5994, C14 ID: OxA-444 Date BP: 4790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Peak Camp, England

Archaeologist Name: Darvill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5997, C14 ID: OxA-4447 Date BP: 4760 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Markland Grips, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 5998, C14 ID: OxA-4448 Date BP: 4740 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Markland Grips, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 6000, C14 ID: OxA-445 Date BP: 4670 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Peak Camp, England

Archaeologist Name: Darvill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:-

ID: 6001, C14 ID: OxA-446 Date BP: 4810 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4720, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Peak Camp, England

Archaeologist Name: Darvill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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. 2825BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6007, C14 ID: OxA-449 Date BP: 4825 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4735, End BP: 4915

Abstract: West Kennet, England

Archaeologist Name: to come

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6014, C14 ID: OxA-450 Date BP: 4700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4780

Abstract: West Kennet, England

Archaeologist Name: to come

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6018, C14 ID: OxA-451 Date BP: 4780 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4870

Abstract: West Kennet, England

Archaeologist Name: to come

Reference Name: Archaeometry 27(2), 1985, 237-246

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. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6022, C14 ID: OxA-4553 Date BP: 4530 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4400, End BP: 4660

Abstract: Willington, England

Archaeologist Name: Dawson

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. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos Taurus

ID: 6029, C14 ID: OxA-4571 Date BP: 4820 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4745, End BP: 4895

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. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:red deer

ID: 6065, C14 ID: OxA-4833 Date BP: 4550 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4490, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Stonehenge, England

Archaeologist Name: Allen

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos primigenius

ID: 6074, C14 ID: OxA-4842 Date BP: 4520 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4620

Abstract: Stonehenge, England

Archaeologist Name: Allen

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6161, C14 ID: OxA-563 Date BP: 4780 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4870

Abstract: West Kennet, England

Archaeologist Name: to come

Reference Name: Archaeometry 28(2), 1986, 206-221

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. 2825BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6162, C14 ID: OxA-5632 Date BP: 4825 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

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. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6163, C14 ID: OxA-5633 Date BP: 4820 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

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. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6202, C14 ID: OxA-5844 Date BP: 4860 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4795, End BP: 4925

Abstract: Haywood Cave, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

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. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6206, C14 ID: OxA-5863 Date BP: 4670 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4730

Abstract: King Arthur's Cave, England

Archaeologist Name: Stringer

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. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: tooth:human

ID: 6207, C14 ID: OxA-5864 Date BP: 4680 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Tornewton Cave, England

Archaeologist Name: Stringer

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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: tooth:human

ID: 6208, C14 ID: OxA-5865 Date BP: 4800 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4745, End BP: 4855

Abstract: Picken's Hole, England

Archaeologist Name: Stringer

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. 2625BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:Oak

ID: 6219, C14 ID: OxA-5964 Date BP: 4625 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4680

Abstract: Anderby Creek, Lincs, England

Archaeologist Name: Clare

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2865BC. Late Neolithic

Report: wood:Oak

ID: 6220, C14 ID: OxA-5965 Date BP: 4865 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Wolla Bank, Lincs, England

Archaeologist Name: Clare

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(2), 1996, 391-415

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. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

ID: 6227, C14 ID: OxA-6009 Date BP: 4710 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4790

Abstract: Rough Tor South, England

Archaeologist Name: Gearey

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. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 6263, C14 ID: OxA-624 Date BP: 4570 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4450, End BP: 4690

Abstract: Dorset Cursus, England

Archaeologist Name: Bradley

Reference Name: Archaeometry 28(1), 1986, 116-125

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Carbon Date. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 6265, C14 ID: OxA-626 Date BP: 4770 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Dorset Cursus, England

Archaeologist Name: Bradley

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. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6270, C14 ID: OxA-630 Date BP: 4860 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4940

Abstract: Ossom'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. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6283, C14 ID: OxA-639 Date BP: 4650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4730

Abstract: Giants' Hills 2, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6284, C14 ID: OxA-640 Date BP: 4770 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Giants' Hills 2, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:cattle

ID: 6305, C14 ID: OxA-738 Date BP: 4970 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5050

Abstract: Hazleton 'midden' ca, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

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. 2915BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:pig

ID: 6306, C14 ID: OxA-739 Date BP: 4915 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4835, End BP: 4995

Abstract: Hazleton 'midden' pi, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

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. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6351, C14 ID: OxA-902 Date BP: 4820 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6352, C14 ID: OxA-903 Date BP: 4840 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6353, C14 ID: OxA-904 Date BP: 4860 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6354, C14 ID: OxA-905 Date BP: 4950 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 5020

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6355, C14 ID: OxA-906 Date BP: 4880 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 4950

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6356, C14 ID: OxA-907 Date BP: 4970 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 5030

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6357, C14 ID: OxA-908 Date BP: 4830 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4890

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6358, C14 ID: OxA-910 Date BP: 5000 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 5070

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:human

ID: 6359, C14 ID: OxA-911 Date BP: 4830 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4910

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:cattle

ID: 6361, C14 ID: OxA-913 Date BP: 4960 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5030

Abstract: Hazleton forecourt c, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:cattle

ID: 6362, C14 ID: OxA-914 Date BP: 4970 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4900, End BP: 5040

Abstract: Hazleton forecourt c, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:cattle

ID: 6363, C14 ID: OxA-915 Date BP: 4840 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4910

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: bone:cattle

ID: 6364, C14 ID: OxA-916 Date BP: 4810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Hazleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Saville

Reference Name: Archaeometry 29(1), 1987, 125-155

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. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: plant remains:grape pip

ID: 6367, C14 ID: OxA-931 Date BP: 4660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Stepleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Legge

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charred seeds:emmer wheat

ID: 6368, C14 ID: OxA-932 Date BP: 4690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Stepleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Legge

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. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: charred seeds:emmer wheat

ID: 6369, C14 ID: OxA-933 Date BP: 4670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Stepleton, England

Archaeologist Name: Legge

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. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Human bones from disarticulated burial in polygonal cist built on ground surface with cover mound, with decorated roundbased bowl in Drimnagh style at Ballintruer More, Donaghmore parish, Wicklow, Ireland. Comment [Ed]: grid ref estimated from map. Brindley and Lanting reassess date in third ref. below.

ID: 371, C14 ID: GrN-10469 Date BP: 4800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Linkardstown type burial

Archaeologist Name: J Raftery

Reference Name: J Ir Archaeol, 1, 1983, 1-9; J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 103, 1973, 214-1; J Ir Archaeol, 5, 1989/90 (1992), 1-7

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Carbon Date. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, not ident, from base of postglacial colluvium directly overlying late glacial deposits, assoc with snails of open country and woodland spp, at Cow Gap, Eastbourne, Sussex, England. Comment [Ed]: Date revised from earlier BM-2220.

ID: 520, C14 ID: BM-2220R Date BP: 5000 +/- 360, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 5360

OS Letter: TV, OS East: 595, OS North: 957

Archaeologist Name: Caroline Ellis

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 515-16 (original date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2725BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from inner dich fill (ditch fill worm-turned throughout) at Kinloch Farm, Collessie, Fife, Scotland.

ID: 529, C14 ID: GU-1375 Date BP: 4725 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4655, End BP: 4795

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 288, OS North: 118

Archaeologist Name: J W Barber

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 112, 1982, 524-33 esp 526

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from area of burning, Area F36, sealed beneath and antedating stone kerb at Carreg Coetan, near Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 534, C14 ID: CAR-392 Date BP: 4830 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4910

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 60, OS North: 394

Archaeologist Name: Sian Rees

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 381

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Carbon Date. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from old ground surface sealed beneath mound material, antedating erection of mound at Carreg Coetan, near Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 535, C14 ID: CAR-391 Date BP: 4560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 60, OS North: 394

Archaeologist Name: Sian Rees

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 381

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from socket hole F44 of chamber upright at Carreg Coetan, near Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 537, C14 ID: CAR-394 Date BP: 4700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4780

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 60, OS North: 394

Archaeologist Name: Sian Rees

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 381

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Carbon Date. 2803BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as burnt plank from facade trench S of platform at Callis Wold, Barrow 275, Bishop Wilton, Humberside North, England.

ID: 545, C14 ID: BM-1167 Date BP: 4803 +/- 71, Start Date BP: 4732, End BP: 4874

Abstract: previously excavated by J R Mortimer

Archaeologist Name: D G Coombs

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 152; Antiquity, 50, 1976, 130-1

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Carbon Date. 2933BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from upper fill of facade trench with Towthorpe ware at Callis Wold, Barrow 275, Bishop Wilton, Humberside North, England.

ID: 546, C14 ID: BM-1170 Date BP: 4933 +/- 64, Start Date BP: 4869, End BP: 4997

Abstract: previously excavated by J R Mortimer

Archaeologist Name: D G Coombs

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 152; Antiquity, 50, 1976, 130-1

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Carbon Date. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as mainly Quercus sp with some Corylus avellana, from buried soil in positive lynchet at Chysauster Cairn 38, Cornwall, England. Subm N D Balaam 1985. Comment: (GHS) Lynchet is one element of widespread field system physically continuous with RB settlement but probably of BA origin. Dates phase of agricultural activity for which there is abundant physical evidence but no assoc cultural material.

ID: 875, C14 ID: HAR-6925 Date BP: 4570 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4450, End BP: 4690

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. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as large fragments from mixed species, from layer of gravel/sand beneath brown organic-rich silt at Crane Wharf, Reading (W112), Berkshire, England. Subm John Terry 1986. Comment (subm): Measured for prehistoric date of associated deposits.

ID: 911, C14 ID: HAR-7027 Date BP: 4990 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 5050

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 718, OS North: 733

Archaeologist Name: John Terry (Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 180

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Carbon Date. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alnus glutinosa, large timber, from layer 188, gravel/sand overlying laminated sands and gravels at Crane Wharf, Reading (W112), Berkshire, England. Subm John Terry 1986. Comment (subm): Measured for prehistoric date of associated deposits.

ID: 912, C14 ID: HAR-7028 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 718, OS North: 733

Archaeologist Name: John Terry (Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 180

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Carbon Date. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from post in facade bedding trench at E end of barrow at East Heslerton Wold, near Malton, Yorkshire North, England. Subm T G Manby 1986 (Doncaster Mus). Comment (subm): Result should date facade structure; this is most developed of those known from Yorkshire long barrow groups.

ID: 913, C14 ID: HAR-7029 Date BP: 4920 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 5010

Abstract: with facade

Archaeologist Name: F de M Vatcher 1962

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 180-1; Antiquity, 39, 1965, 49-52

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from post in facade bedding trench at E end of barrow at East Heslerton Wold, near Malton, Yorkshire North, England. Subm T G Manby 1986 (Doncaster Mus). Comment (subm): Result should date facade structure; this is most developed of those known from Yorkshire long barrow groups.

ID: 916, C14 ID: HAR-7032 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4710

Abstract: with facade

Archaeologist Name: F de M Vatcher 1962

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 180-1; Antiquity, 39, 1965, 49-52

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Carbon Date. 2745BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Carbonised cereal, id as Triticum spp, from phase of use and destruction of building at Balbridie, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 984, C14 ID: GU-1421 Date BP: 4745 +/- 160, Start Date BP: 4585, End BP: 4905

Abstract: timber hall

Archaeologist Name: N Reynolds, I Ralston

Reference Name: Aberdeen Univ Rev, 168, 1982, 238-49; Curr Archaeol, 6, 1980, 326-8

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from fire lit on OGS inside sealed part of main chamber at Port Charlotte, Islay, Argyll, Scotland. Subm S J Pierpoint and P Harrington 1977. Comment (subm): Sample dates construction; date compares well with limited no. of determinations from British cairns and fits current model of 'Clyde Cairn' development. [Ed]: NGR in second ref. given as NR 248570.

ID: 1032, C14 ID: HAR-2084 Date BP: 4540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Clyde cairn

Archaeologist Name: S J Pierpoint and P Harrington

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 93; Glasgow Archaeol J, 7, 1980, 113-14

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from OGS under monolith in chamber at Port Charlotte, Islay, Argyll, Scotland. Subm S J Pierpoint and P Harrington 1977. Comments (lab): Same sample also dated as HAR-2084. (subm): Context dates erection of chambers at site and antedates Scottish Neolithic pottery and flints. [Ed: NGR in second ref. given as NR 248570.]

ID: 1034, C14 ID: HAR-2406 Date BP: 4710 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4780

Abstract: Clyde cairn

Archaeologist Name: S J Pierpoint and P Harrington

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 93; Glasgow Archaeol J, 7, 1980, 113-14

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal or bone ? [sample not specified], from occupation surface below OGS containing carbonised hazelnut shells, over 200 flint flakes with scrapers and sheep bone fragments at Port Charlotte, Islay, Argyll, Scotland. Subm S J Pierpoint and P Harrington 1977.

ID: 1035, C14 ID: HAR-2836 Date BP: 4660 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4750

Abstract: Clyde cairn

Archaeologist Name: S J Pierpoint and P Harrington

Reference Name: Glasgow Archaeol J, 7, 1980, 113-14

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal or bone ? [sample not specified], from occupation surface below OGS containing carbonised hazelnut shells, over 200 flint flakes with scrapers and sheep bone fragments at Port Charlotte, Islay, Argyll, Scotland. Subm S J Pierpoint and P Harrington 1977. [Ed]: NGR elsewhere given as NR 248570.

ID: 1036, C14 ID: HAR-3486 Date BP: 4940 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5010

Abstract: Clyde cairn

Archaeologist Name: S J Pierpoint and P Harrington

Reference Name: Glasgow Archaeol J, 7, 1980, 113-14

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal lying on ground of south forecourt at Camster Long Cairn, Wick parish, Caithness, Highland, Scotland.

ID: 1177, C14 ID: GU-1706 Date BP: 4780 +/- 170, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4950

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 260, OS North: 442

Archaeologist Name: L Masters

Reference Name: Davidson, J L & Henshall, A S, 'The chambered cairns of Caithness' (Edinburgh, 1991), 96-102

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Carbon Date. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from buried soil under S part of cairn at Camster Long Cairn, Wick parish, Caithness, Highland, Scotland.

ID: 1178, C14 ID: GU-1707 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 260, OS North: 442

Archaeologist Name: L Masters

Reference Name: Davidson, J L & Henshall, A S, 'The chambered cairns of Caithness' (Edinburgh, 1991), 96-102

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Carbon Date. 2915BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from buried soil under S part of cairn at Camster Long Cairn, Wick parish, Caithness, Highland, Scotland.

ID: 1179, C14 ID: GU-1708 Date BP: 4915 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4855, End BP: 4975

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 260, OS North: 442

Archaeologist Name: L Masters

Reference Name: Davidson, J L & Henshall, A S, 'The chambered cairns of Caithness' (Edinburgh, 1991), 96-102

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Carbon Date. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from buried soil under S part of cairn at Camster Long Cairn, Wick parish, Caithness, Highland, Scotland.

ID: 1180, C14 ID: GU-1709 Date BP: 4920 +/- 125, Start Date BP: 4795, End BP: 5045

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 260, OS North: 442

Archaeologist Name: L Masters

Reference Name: Davidson, J L & Henshall, A S, 'The chambered cairns of Caithness' (Edinburgh, 1991), 96-102

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, from basal fill of scoop 1146 at Winnall Down - Site R17, M3 motorway route, Hampshire, England.

ID: 1070, C14 ID: HAR-2196 Date BP: 4800 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4720, End BP: 4880

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 498, OS North: 303

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham

Reference Name: Proc Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc, 38, 1982, 19-24

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, from basal fill of scoop 1379 at Winnall Down - Site R17, M3 motorway route, Hampshire, England.

ID: 1071, C14 ID: HAR-2202 Date BP: 4680 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4770

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 498, OS North: 303

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham

Reference Name: Proc Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc, 38, 1982, 19-24

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Carbon Date. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, from basal fill of scoop 1211 at Winnall Down - Site R17, M3 motorway route, Hampshire, England.

ID: 1072, C14 ID: HAR-2201 Date BP: 4650 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4540, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 498, OS North: 303

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham

Reference Name: Proc Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc, 38, 1982, 19-24

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 822635, from layer 287 assoc with large post pit at Rowden, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset, England. Subm D Haddon-Reece 1981. Comment (PJW): This, with HAR-5247 and 5248, confirms early Neo date preceding BA complex.

ID: 1233, C14 ID: HAR-5245 Date BP: 4690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Neolithic features and BA hut and settlement complex

Archaeologist Name: P J Woodward

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 330; Dorset Natur Hist Archaeol Soc /Proc, 103, 1981, 119-21

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 822637, from layer 571 assoc with large post pit at Rowden, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset, England. Subm D Haddon-Reece 1982. Comment (PJW): This, with HAR-5245 and 5248, confirms early Neo date preceding BA complex.

ID: 1234, C14 ID: HAR-5247 Date BP: 4940 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5010

Abstract: Neolithic features and BA hut and settlement complex

Archaeologist Name: P J Woodward

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 330; Dorset Natur Hist Archaeol Soc/ Proc, 103, 1981, 119-21

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Carbon Date. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 822638, from layer 634 assoc with large post pit at Rowden, Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset, England. Subm D Haddon-Reece 1982. Comment (PJW): This, with HAR-5247 and 5245, confirms early Neo date preceding BA complex.

ID: 1235, C14 ID: HAR-5248 Date BP: 4860 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Neolithic features and BA hut and settlement complex

Archaeologist Name: P J Woodward

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 330; Dorset Natur Hist Archaeol Soc/ Proc, 103, 1981, 119-21

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample not specified from F83, pit fill with Grooved Ware at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 1266, C14 ID: CAR-481 Date BP: 4740 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4820

Abstract: Grooved Ware site ?

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. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as brushwood, from track at Jones's Track, Ashcott / Walton Heath, Somerset Levels, Somerset, England. Coll C R Sturdy 1979. Subm J M Coles 1979. Comment (subm): One of several Neolithic structures on Walton Heath; see also HAR-3386.

ID: 1291, C14 ID: HAR-3078 Date BP: 4590 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4520, End BP: 4660

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 455, OS North: 386

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 87; Somerset Levels Pap, 8, 1982, 23; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal or bone [?] from chamber with cremated bone at Shanballyedmond, below Cullaun Mountain, County Tipperary, Ireland. Subm A Brindley ?? 1970s/80s ?. [Ed: Map ref elsewhere given as R 842585; lab no elsewhere given as GrN-11531.]

ID: 1221, C14 ID: GrN-11431 Date BP: 4930 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4990

Abstract: two-chambered gallery with eastern court

Archaeologist Name: M J O'Kelly c late 1950s

Reference Name: Prehist Soc field guide (Co Cork trip 1985), 63

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Carbon Date. 2725BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from hearth of Period 1 floor, Platform 9 at Dunloskin, Dunoon & Kilmun parish, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1368, C14 ID: GU-2063 Date BP: 4725 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4575, End BP: 4875

Abstract: House platforms

Archaeologist Name: E B Rennie (Cowal Archaeol Soc)

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scotl, 1986, 26-7

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Carbon Date. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from hearth of Period 1 floor, Platform 9 at Dunloskin, Dunoon & Kilmun parish, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1369, C14 ID: GU-2064 Date BP: 4570 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4720

Abstract: House platforms

Archaeologist Name: E B Rennie (Cowal Archaeol Soc)

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scotl, 1986, 26-7

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus, from north post-pit (527) in mortuary area at Giants' Hills 2, Skendleby, Lincolnshire, England.

ID: 1416, C14 ID: CAR-822 Date BP: 4970 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5070

Abstract: Long barrow with facade and mortuary area

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans and D D A Simpson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 179-80; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 141-2; Evans, J G & Simpson, D D A in 'Archaeological results from accelerator dating' (ed J A J Gowlett & R E M Hedges), 1986, 125-31; Archaeologia, 109, 1991, 1-45

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as Cervus, from ditch (antler B 139/751) at Giants' Hills 2, Skendleby, Lincolnshire, England.

ID: 1418, C14 ID: HAR-1850 Date BP: 4700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4780

Abstract: Long barrow with facade and mortuary area

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans and D D A Simpson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 179-80; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 141-2; Evans, J G & Simpson, D D A in 'Archaeological results from accelerator dating' (ed J A J Gowlett & R E M Hedges), 1986, 125-31; Archaeologia, 109, 1991, 1-45

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as Cervus, from ditch O'O (antler 429) at Giants' Hills 2, Skendleby, Lincolnshire, England.

ID: 1419, C14 ID: CAR-820 Date BP: 4800 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4720, End BP: 4880

Abstract: Long barrow with facade and mortuary area

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans and D D A Simpson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 179-80; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 141-2; Evans, J G & Simpson, D D A in 'Archaeological results from accelerator dating' (ed J A J Gowlett & R E M Hedges), 1986, 125-31; Archaeologia, 109, 1991, 1-45

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as Cervus, from mound (antler 428) at Giants' Hills 2, Skendleby, Lincolnshire, England.

ID: 1420, C14 ID: CAR-819 Date BP: 4840 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4910

Abstract: Long barrow with facade and mortuary area

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans and D D A Simpson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 179-80; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 141-2; Evans, J G & Simpson, D D A in 'Archaeological results from accelerator dating' (ed J A J Gowlett & R E M Hedges), 1986, 125-31; Archaeologia, 109, 1991, 1-45

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from context 65, loose chalk rubble derived from barrow, in ditch segment 6 with Neo pottery and human cranium (deliberate deposit?) at North Marden, Sussex West, England. Comment (subm): Dates barrow construction.

ID: 1569, C14 ID: HAR-5544 Date BP: 4710 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4820

Abstract: Denuded mound with Saxon intrusions

Archaeologist Name: Peter Drewett

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 31-51

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Carbon Date. 2725BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from fill of hollow AD 7 (see also GU-2106, 2042, 2148) at Rhum (Kinloch), Highland, Scotland. Comment (subm): See extensive comment in monograph.

ID: 1616, C14 ID: GU-2043 Date BP: 4725 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4585, End BP: 4865

Abstract: Slight occupation evidence

Archaeologist Name: C R Wickham-Jones

Reference Name: Wickham-Jones, C R, 'Rhum: Mesolithic and later sites at Kinloch. Excavations 1984-86' (= Soc Antiq Scotl Monogr, 7), 1990, 132-6

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Peat, id as brown woody, from KR85 RH 1, transition from fen-wood peat to monocot peat. Initial pollen evidence for major local impact of humans (see also GU-2062, 2107 to 2109) at Rhum (Kinloch), Highland, Scotland. Comment (subm): See extensive comment in monograph.

ID: 1617, C14 ID: GU-2110 Date BP: 4660 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4730

OS Letter: NM, OS East: 403, OS North: 998

Archaeologist Name: C R Wickham-Jones

Reference Name: Wickham-Jones, C R, 'Rhum: Mesolithic and later sites at Kinloch. Excavations 1984-86' (= Soc Antiq Scotl Monogr, 7), 1990, 132-6

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from between and under lowest layer of stones in packing surrounding central chamber at Carrowmore Site 27, Sligo, Ireland.

ID: 1819, C14 ID: Lu-1818 Date BP: 4940 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4855, End BP: 5025

Abstract: in cemetery

Archaeologist Name: G Burenhult

Reference Name: Burenhult, G, 'The archaeology of Carrowmore' (Stockholm Institute of Archaeology), 1984, 131

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen of bone fragments B.IV.3 (F) from primary silts in N ditch at Badshot, Runfold, Surrey, England. Coll 1936-7. Subm Jon Cotton 1983. Comments (lab): this date, BM-2273N1, is revised from earlier set; (subm): this series is for only Neo communal monument known in Surrey.

ID: 1828, C14 ID: BM-2273N1 Date BP: 4780 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4820

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 860, OS North: 480

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29(1), 1987, 63 (original date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 65 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen of bone fragments B.IV.3 (F) from primary silts in N ditch at Badshot, Runfold, Surrey, England. Coll 1936-7. Subm Jon Cotton 1983. Comments (lab): This date, BM-2273N2, is revised from earlier set; (subm): This series is for only Neo communal monument known in Surrey.

ID: 1829, C14 ID: BM-2273N2 Date BP: 4710 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 860, OS North: 480

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29(1), 1987, 63 (original date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 65 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen of bone fragments B.IV.3 (F) from primary silts in N ditch at Badshot, Runfold, Surrey, England. Coll 1936-7. Subm Jon Cotton 1983. Comments (lab): This date, BM-2273N3, is revised from earlier set; (subm): This series is for only Neo communal monument known in Surrey.

ID: 1830, C14 ID: BM-2273N3 Date BP: 4730 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4780

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 860, OS North: 480

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29(1), 1987, 63 (original date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 65 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen of bone fragments, B.IV.3 (G) from secondary silt of 'red-brown loam' at E terminal of N ditch, associated with sherds of simple large Mortlake bowl, at Badshot, Runfold, Surrey, England. Coll 1936-7. Subm Jon Cotton 1983. Comment (lab): date revised from earlier version; (subm): This series is for only Neo communal monument known in Surrey.

ID: 1831, C14 ID: BM-2272R Date BP: 4640 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4770

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 860, OS North: 480

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29(1), 1987, 63 (original date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen from beam of antler, id as red deer (J W Jackson), from primary chalk silting of N ditch, at Badshot, Runfold, Surrey, England. Coll 1936-7. Subm Jon Cotton 1983. Comment (lab): date revised from earlier version; (subm): This series is for only Neo communal monument known in Surrey.

ID: 1832, C14 ID: BM-2274R Date BP: 4860 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 5040

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 860, OS North: 480

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29(1), 1987, 63 (original date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pit sealed by pre-enclosure soil at Bryn Maen Caerau, Cellan, Cardiganshire, Dyfed, Wales. [Ed: possible alternative spelling for site: Bryn Mawr Caerau ?]

ID: 1847, C14 ID: CAR-1071 Date BP: 4820 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4890

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. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Corylus, from two stakes in row in Area 2 at Westward Ho!, Devon, England. Subm N D Balaam. [Ed: see extensive comment in monograph.]

ID: 1724, C14 ID: HAR-5642 Date BP: 4840 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4910

Abstract: Peat site, Area 2

Archaeologist Name: N D Balaam

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 302; Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 53; in Balaam, N D et al (eds), 'Studies in palaeoeconomy and environment in SW England', (Brit Archaeol Rep 181), 1987, 174-5

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen, id as antler, red deer beam and tine (Annie Grant), Ref. 79a, from lowest silt of cursus ditch, at Dorchester Site VIII [Map], Oxfordshire, England. Subm R Bradley. Comment (subm): Confirms chronological context of cursus monuments (cf Dorset Cursus, BM-2438).

ID: 1874, C14 ID: BM-2443 Date BP: 4510 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4410, End BP: 4610

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 582, OS North: 948

Archaeologist Name: R J C Atkinson 1949

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 18; Oxford J Archaeol, 7, 1988, 271-89; Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 143-201

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Carbon Date. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as mixed alder, birch, hazel, oak and poplar, from pit F521 with quantities of Grimstone/Lyles Hill wares, stone flakes and hazelnut shells at Machrie Moor Site 11, Isle of Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland. Comment (subm): One of earliest features on site, Phase I. Some pots crossmatch between F521 and F535.

ID: 1942, C14 ID: GU-2321 Date BP: 4820 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Two-phase timber circles plus stone phase

Archaeologist Name: Alison Haggarty

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 121, 1991, 51-94

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, from small pit F1079, Phase 2 at Machrie Moor Site 1 (main ring), Isle of Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland. Comment (subm): Gives potential taq for gully into which F1079 was cut.

ID: 1944, C14 ID: GU-2315 Date BP: 4840 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4930

Abstract: Two-phase timber circles plus stone phase

Archaeologist Name: Alison Haggarty

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 121, 1991, 51-94

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from hearth, sample 18, stratum 18 at Carrowmore - Culleenamore, Sligo, Ireland. Coll G Burenhult. Subm G Burenhult. Comment (subm): See monograph below.

ID: 2099, C14 ID: St-7624 Date BP: 4710 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4810

Abstract: Kitchen midden settlement 15

Archaeologist Name: G Burenhult

Reference Name: Burenhult G, 'The archaeology of Carrowmore...' (Stockholm 1984), 128-32

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Carbon Date. 2696BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen of bone from Cist 1 with Food Vessel at Barns Farm, Dalgety, Dumfermline District, Fife, Scotland. Coll T Watkins. Comment (subm): Is anomalous for Food Vessel.

ID: 2041, C14 ID: SRR-700 Date BP: 4696 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4611, End BP: 4781

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 178, OS North: 842

Archaeologist Name: T Watkins

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 112, 1982, 48-141

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Carbon Date. 2711BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Shells, id as marine, from pit 1 at Barns Farm, Dalgety, Dumfermline District, Fife, Scotland. Coll T Watkins.

ID: 2042, C14 ID: SRR-529 Date BP: 4711 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4661, End BP: 4761

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 178, OS North: 842

Archaeologist Name: T Watkins

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 112, 1982, 48-141

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Alnus and Ulmus, from lower soil in landslip material containing midden debris at Binnel Point, Isle of Wight, England. Coll R C Preece. Comment (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1737.

ID: 2045, C14 ID: BM-1737R Date BP: 4700 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4840

Abstract: Midden

Archaeologist Name: R C Preece

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 268 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 67 (revision J Archaeol Sci, 13, 1986, 189-200

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Carbon Date. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from fill of hearth pit F 1 sealed by and antedating second phase stone wall (sample 80 SO28) at Moel y Gerddi, Ardudwy near Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales. Coll R Kelly 1980/81. Subm Gwynedd Archaeol Trust. Comment (subm): Is duplicated by CAR-527. See also extended comment in second ref. below.

ID: 2064, C14 ID: CAR-397 Date BP: 4590 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4670

Abstract: Pastoral enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Kelly

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27(2B), 1985, 372-3; Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 101-51

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Carbon Date. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from primary fill of 1st phase palisade slot, possibly representing remains of timber used in palisade (sample 80 SO13/15/23) at Moel y Gerddi, Ardudwy near Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales. Coll R Kelly 1980/81. Subm Gwynedd Archaeol Trust. Comment (subm): See extended comment in second ref. below.

ID: 2066, C14 ID: CAR-525 Date BP: 4760 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Pastoral enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Kelly

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27(2B), 1985, 372-3; Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 101-51

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from fill of hearth pit F41 sealed by second phase stone wall (sample SO28ii) at Moel y Gerddi, Ardudwy near Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales. Coll R Kelly 1980/81. Subm Gwynedd Archaeol Trust. Comment (subm): Duplicates CAR-397. See extended comment in second ref. below.

ID: 2068, C14 ID: CAR-527 Date BP: 4540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Pastoral enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R Kelly

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27(2B), 1985, 372-3; Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 101-51

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Carbon Date. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from inner stone-packing, sample 1:79 at Carrowmore - Grave 27, Sligo, Ireland. Coll G Burenhult. Subm G Burenhult. Comment (subm): See monograph below.

ID: 2097, C14 ID: Lu-1808 Date BP: 5000 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4935, End BP: 5065

OS Letter: G, OS East: 66, OS North: 33

Archaeologist Name: G Burenhult

Reference Name: Burenhult G, 'The archaeology of Carrowmore...' (Stockholm 1984), 128-32

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from inner stone-packing, sample 3:79 at Carrowmore - Grave 27, Sligo, Ireland. Coll G Burenhult. Subm G Burenhult. Comment (subm): See monograph below.

ID: 2098, C14 ID: Lu-1810 Date BP: 4940 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 4855, End BP: 5025

OS Letter: G, OS East: 66, OS North: 33

Archaeologist Name: G Burenhult

Reference Name: Burenhult G, 'The archaeology of Carrowmore...' (Stockholm 1984), 128-32; Radiocarbon, 23, 1981, 401

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Carbon Date. 2965BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample unspecified from small pit F3 with Neo pottery at Newton, Isle of Islay, Strathclyde, Scotland. [Ed: also some peat column dates not collected for database].

ID: 1994, C14 ID: GU-1952 Date BP: 4965 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4905, End BP: 5025

Abstract: Fence lines, pits, flint scatters

Archaeologist Name: R McCullagh

Reference Name: Glasgow Archaeol J, 15, 1988-9, 23-51

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Carbon Date. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample unspecified from large pit F4 at Newton, Isle of Islay, Strathclyde, Scotland. [Ed: also some peat column dates not collected for database].

ID: 1995, C14 ID: GU-1951 Date BP: 4880 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4940

Abstract: Fence lines, pits, flint scatters

Archaeologist Name: R McCullagh

Reference Name: Glasgow Archaeol J, 15, 1988-9, 23-51

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, id by Annie Grant as animal, cow metatarsals and humerus, from lowest level of ditch terminal (context 018), assoc with Abingdon and Windmill Hill styles of pottery at Eton Wick, Berkshire, England. Subm S Ford 1985. Comment (subm): Comparable with nearest C14-dated causewayed enclosure (Abingdon).

ID: 2780, C14 ID: BM-2533 Date BP: 4750 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4830

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 950, OS North: 781

Archaeologist Name: S Ford (E Berks Archaeol Survey)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 54-5

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, id by Annie Grant as animal, cow vertebrae, horn core and skull, from upper levels of primary fill in ditch terminal (Context 018), poss result of deliberate deposition at Eton Wick, Berkshire, England. Subm S Ford 1985. Comment (subm): Comparable with nearest C14-dated causewayed enclosure (Abingdon).

ID: 2781, C14 ID: BM-2534 Date BP: 4680 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4790

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 950, OS North: 781

Archaeologist Name: S Ford (E Berks Archaeol Survey)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 54-5

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, id by Annie Grant as animal, cow (numerous different bones), from primary fill of ditch terminal (context 018, Ref E), assoc with Abingdon and Windmill Hill styles of pottery at Eton Wick, Berkshire, England. Subm S Ford 1985. Comment (subm): Comparable with nearest C14-dated causewayed enclosure (Abingdon).

ID: 2782, C14 ID: BM-2535 Date BP: 4680 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4730

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 950, OS North: 781

Archaeologist Name: S Ford (E Berks Archaeol Survey)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 54-5

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Carbon Date. 2600BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen from bone refuse dumped in pit in stratified Middle Neolithic sequence, sealed by secondary gravel dump (sample ERB80 A10 597) at Runnymede Bridge, Berkshire, England. Subm S P Needham. Comment (subm SPN): see BM-2550, 2551 for other dates from site. Determination falls at late end of range obtained for HAR-dates elsewhere on site.

ID: 2783, C14 ID: BM-2546 Date BP: 4600 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4690

Abstract: riverside occupation

Archaeologist Name: R Poulton (Surrey Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 55

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Carbon Date. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, bulked sample from context 012, fill of oval hearth alongside bowl-shaped pit in which EBA hoard had been accidentally discovered at Bridgemere, Cheshire, England. Coll R C Turner 1986. Subm R C Turner (Cheshire Co Council). Comment (subm): Area of 300 m sq was excavated around findspot of hoard, revealing only three prehist features and few flints. Divergent dates of two major features add to problem of why hoard was deposited here.

ID: 2784, C14 ID: BM-2565 Date BP: 4630 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4680

Abstract: findspot of EBA Arreton phase hoard

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 55

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Carbon Date. 2925BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from hearth in alluvial sediments overlying buried land surface, Area F at Eskmeals, Williamson's Moss, Cumbria, England. Comment (subm): See references.

ID: 2326, C14 ID: UB-2711 Date BP: 4925 +/- 165, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 5090

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. 2695BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Shell, id as oyster, from mound at Nether Kinneil, Grangemouth, Central, Scotland.

ID: 2582, C14 ID: GU-1261 Date BP: 4695 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4760

Abstract: Midden with shells and occupation structures

Archaeologist Name: Derek Sloan

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 8(1), 1982, 13-15

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Shell, id as oyster, from mound (dating inner shell fraction) at Nether Kinneil, Grangemouth, Central, Scotland. [Ed: original lab no. is 'SRR-1485 outer'.]

ID: 2586, C14 ID: SRR-1486.02 Date BP: 4940 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 4990

Abstract: Midden with shells and occupation structures

Archaeologist Name: Derek Sloan

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 8(1), 1982, 13-15

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Carbon Date. 2715BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Shell, id as oyster, from mound (dating outer shell fraction) at Nether Kinneil, Grangemouth, Central, Scotland. [Ed: original lab no. is 'SRR-1485 outer'.]

ID: 2587, C14 ID: SRR-1608.01 Date BP: 4715 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Midden with shells and occupation structures

Archaeologist Name: Derek Sloan

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 8(1), 1982, 13-15

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Carbon Date. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Shell, id as oyster, from mound (dating inner shell fraction) at Nether Kinneil, Grangemouth, Central, Scotland. [Ed: original lab no. is 'SRR-1485 outer'.]

ID: 2588, C14 ID: SRR-1608.02 Date BP: 4630 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4680

Abstract: Midden with shells and occupation structures

Archaeologist Name: Derek Sloan

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 8(1), 1982, 13-15

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Early Neo pit at Flagstones House, Dorchester, Dorset, England.

ID: 2361, C14 ID: HAR-9161 Date BP: 4960 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 5040

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 704, OS North: 899

Archaeologist Name: P J Woodward & R J C Smith ?

Reference Name: Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Proc, 107, 1986, 101-110; Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Proc, 109, 1987, 79-89; Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Proc, 113, 1991, 107-32

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id by G Hillman as Betula, Corylus and some blistered 6-row naked barley, Hordeum nudum, from concentration in Layer 3d, in interior of House 2, Phase 1 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: 2822, C14 ID: CAR-251 Date BP: 4540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4610

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. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal (ref 30) from Plank 3, Quad 26 at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1966; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2139, C14 ID: BM-1966R Date BP: 4940 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 5050

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp (Rowena Gale, Kew), (ref 56) from vertical post 9 at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1967; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2140, C14 ID: BM-1967R Date BP: 4940 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 5050

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal (ref 33) from Plank 3, Quad 22 at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1968; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2141, C14 ID: BM-1968R Date BP: 4970 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4860, End BP: 5080

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp (Rowena Gale, Kew), (ref 57) from vertical post 10 at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS NEW DETERMINATION OF BM-1969; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2142, C14 ID: BM-1969N Date BP: 4940 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 5000

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (new det. Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2600BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human right femur, from skeleton 1, 5037-32, context 267, primary fill, N Entrance at Hazleton North, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Subm Alan Saville. Comments (subm): See monograph; repeat determination made as OxA-902 (4820 70), which combines with this one to give 4760 60, still apparently late in N side sequence. CAL dates given in monograph.

ID: 2389, C14 ID: OxA-643 Date BP: 4600 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4720

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 73, OS North: 189

Archaeologist Name: Alan Saville

Reference Name: Saville A, 'Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 13), 1990, 235-9; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 194; Archaeometry, 28, 1986, 122; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 142; Archaeometry, 30, 1988, 160

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human femur, from find 8816, context 336, primary fill, N Chamber, S of sillstone at Hazleton North, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Subm Alan Saville. Comment (subm): See monograph for CAL dates etc.

ID: 2390, C14 ID: OxA-644 Date BP: 4840 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4920

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 73, OS North: 189

Archaeologist Name: Alan Saville

Reference Name: Saville A, 'Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 13), 1990, 235-9; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 194; Archaeometry, 28, 1986, 122; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 142; Archaeometry, 30, 1988, 160

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human femur, from find 9993, context 412, from primary fill, W part of S Chamber at Hazleton North, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Subm Alan Saville. Comment (subm): See monograph for CAL dates etc.

ID: 2391, C14 ID: OxA-645 Date BP: 4780 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4860

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 73, OS North: 189

Archaeologist Name: Alan Saville

Reference Name: Saville A, 'Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 13), 1990, 235-9; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 194; Archaeometry, 28, 1986, 122; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 142; Archaeometry, 30, 1988, 160

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal (ref 144) from Feature 105, OGS under clay mound at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-2011; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2146, C14 ID: BM-2011R Date BP: 4960 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5080

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal (ref 150) from Feature 105, OGS under clay mound at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-2012; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2147, C14 ID: BM-2012R Date BP: 4960 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5080

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Feature 111, S sec of facade trench at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-2013; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2148, C14 ID: BM-2013R Date BP: 4840 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4970

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Feature 110, S sec of facade trench at Street House Farm, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Coll B E Vyner 1980. Subm B E Vyner (Cleveland County Archaeol). Comments (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-2014; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2149, C14 ID: BM-2014R Date BP: 4970 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 5090

Abstract: mortuary house and facade

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 43-4 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 68 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 151-95

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Carbon Date. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: from F137, oval burial pit with bones and Neo pottery; overlies pit F136 (see UB-2560) at Altanagh, Tyrone, Ireland.

ID: 2157, C14 ID: GrN-10557 Date BP: 4590 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4670

Abstract: Ruined megalithic structure surrounded by pits

Archaeologist Name: B B Williams

Reference Name: Ulster J Archaeol, 3 ser, 49, 1986, 33-88 esp. 78

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Carbon Date. 2875BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human cranial fragments, from find 13151, context 211, OGS below cairn at Hazleton North, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Subm Alan Saville. Comment (subm): See monograph for CAL dates etc.

ID: 2392, C14 ID: OxA-646 Date BP: 4875 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4795, End BP: 4955

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 73, OS North: 189

Archaeologist Name: Alan Saville

Reference Name: Saville A, 'Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 13), 1990, 235-9; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 194; Archaeometry, 28, 1986, 122; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 142; Archaeometry, 30, 1988, 160

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, ref BRA8/32, id as Quercus sp, from beneath peat on head surface at Bradwell-on-Sea Site 8, Essex, England. Subm P Murphy 1984. Comment (subm): Results provide date for Middle Neolithic site.

ID: 2856, C14 ID: HAR-6617 Date BP: 4690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: TM, OS East: 0, OS North: 90

Archaeologist Name: P Murphy

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 312-13

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Carbon Date. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, from find 3129, context 85, N quarry primary fill at Hazleton North, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Subm Alan Saville 1986. Comment (subm): See monograph; must relate to very early phase of quarry infill, presumed to have been used in construction. CAL dates in monograph.

ID: 2407, C14 ID: HAR-8350 Date BP: 4950 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5010

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 73, OS North: 189

Archaeologist Name: Alan Saville

Reference Name: Saville A, 'Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 13), 1990, 235-9; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 194; Archaeometry, 28, 1986, 122; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 142; Archaeometry, 30, 1988, 160

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, from find 13926, context 463, incorp. in early phase of cairn's construction, from base of cairn infill adjacent to S and N at Hazleton North, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Coll A Hearne and A Saville 1982. Subm Alan Saville 1986. Comment (subm): See monograph; antler is directly associated with cairn construction. CAL dates in monograph.

ID: 2408, C14 ID: HAR-8349 Date BP: 4830 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4890

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 73, OS North: 189

Archaeologist Name: Alan Saville

Reference Name: Saville A, 'Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82' (= English Heritage Archaeol Rep, 13), 1990, 235-9; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 194; Archaeometry, 28, 1986, 122; Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 142; Archaeometry, 30, 1988, 160

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Carbon Date. 2890BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cereal, id as Triticum dicoccum, from Baulk 8, F5/F8, SS 39 at Tankardstown Site 4/2, County Limerick, Ireland. Comment (subm MAM): Confirms that this important collection of cereal remains was contemp. with Early Neo. house and artefacts. [Ed: three more GrN dates published without lab nos cannot be entered here.].

ID: 2656, C14 ID: OxA-1476 Date BP: 4890 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 4970

Abstract: house site

Archaeologist Name: Christine Tarbett and M A Monk (Univ Coll Cork)

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 31, 1989, 224; Excavations [Ireland] 1988, 25; Excavations [Ireland] 1989, 69

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Cereal, id as Triticum dicoccum, from F23, fill 35, SS 29 at Tankardstown Site 4/2, County Limerick, Ireland. Comment (subm MAM): Confirms that this important collection of cereal remains was contemp. with Early Neo. house and artefacts. [Ed: three more GrN dates published without lab nos cannot be entered here.].

ID: 2657, C14 ID: OxA-1477 Date BP: 4840 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4920

Abstract: house site

Archaeologist Name: Christine Tarbett and M A Monk (Univ Coll Cork)

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 31, 1989, 224; Excavations [Ireland] 1988, 25; Excavations [Ireland] 1989, 69

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal [?], AML 757517, from circular timber structure within settlement at Thirlings, Kirknewton, Northumberland, England. Subm Roger Miket 1975.

ID: 2680, C14 ID: HAR-6659 Date BP: 4530 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4400, End BP: 4660

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 956, OS North: 324

Archaeologist Name: Roger Miket (Arbeia Roman Fort & Museum) 1975

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 297-8

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Ditch 3, Unit 6, Layer 5C, burnt layer in butt end overlying natural chalk at Hambledon Hill - Stepleton site, Iwerne Courtney, Blandford, Dorset, England. Subm R J Mercer 1983. Comment (subm): Suggests contemporaneity of whole ditch system tested so far.

ID: 2912, C14 ID: HAR-6038 Date BP: 4530 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 847, OS North: 121

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer 1982 (Univ Edinburgh, later RCAHMS)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 166-7; Mercer R J, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh Univ Press, 1980)

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Carbon Date. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, apparently heartwood, from feature 601, large timber in situ in gateway at Hambledon Hill - Stepleton site, Iwerne Courtney, Blandford, Dorset, England. Subm R J Mercer 1981. Comment (subm): Relates to date of rampart construction.

ID: 2913, C14 ID: HAR-4438 Date BP: 4770 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4850

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 847, OS North: 121

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer (Univ Edinburgh, later RCAHMS)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 166-7; Mercer R J, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh Univ Press, 1980)

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 865792, BD 6171-8, id by V Straker as Fraxinus excelsior, Pomoideae, Corylus avellana, Prunus cf avium, from Unit 8A, Context 63, Neo-Bkr palaeosol at Brean Down Sandcliff, Somerset, England. Coll B Muir 1985. Subm Martin Bell. Comment (subm): Layer from which sample was taken had produced Grooved ware and Beaker burial. Dated for time of initial activity on site. See monograph for calibrations and further comment; possibly three phases in this unit.

ID: 2219, C14 ID: HAR-7023 Date BP: 4720 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4860

Abstract: Multi-phase settlement

Archaeologist Name: Martin Bell, Lampeter

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 179; Bell, Martin, 'Brean Down excavations 1983-1987' (English Heritage Archaeol Rep 15), 1990, 108 and 112-13

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id by C Hunt as Tilia sp, rhizomes, stems and leaves of graminae, moss stems (combined samples ref 227, 231, 234, 201/214/217/213), from pit, context 11, assoc with Neolithic vessel and sealed by iron pan beneath barrow at Hognaston, Derbyshire, England. Subm J R Collis 1983. Comment (subm): Dates all as expected.

ID: 2747, C14 ID: BM-2421 Date BP: 4930 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 4990

Abstract: with dagger and cremation

Archaeologist Name: J R Collis

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 16

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Carbon Date. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from 575cII, peat containing abundant wood fragments from base of same deposit as 575cIII (HAR-4524) at Mar Dyke, Stifford (A13 trunk road), Essex, England. Coll T J Wilkinson 1981. Subm T J Wilkinson 1981.

ID: 2257, C14 ID: HAR-4523 Date BP: 4650 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4740

Abstract: Estuarine deposits

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 323-4; J Fld Archaeol, 13, 1986, 183

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as animal, from primary silt of cursus ditch at Drayton, Oxfordshire, England. Subm R Chambers (Oxford AU).

ID: 3728, C14 ID: HAR-6478 Date BP: 4780 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4880

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 491, OS North: 943

Archaeologist Name: R Ainslie, J Wallis

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 306; Oxoniensia, 52, 1987, 1-9

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Carbon Date. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as animal - cattle, horse, deer antler, pig - from primary silt of cursus ditch at Drayton, Oxfordshire, England. Subm R Chambers (Oxford AU).

ID: 3729, C14 ID: HAR-6477 Date BP: 4990 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5090

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 491, OS North: 943

Archaeologist Name: R Ainslie, J Wallis

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 306; Oxoniensia, 52, 1987, 1-9

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Carbon Date. 2925BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Ditch II, Layer 4 at Offham Hill, E Sussex, England. Coll P L Drewett.

ID: 3491, C14 ID: BM-1414 Date BP: 4925 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4845, End BP: 5005

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 399, OS North: 118

Archaeologist Name: P L Drewett

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 86; Proc Prehist Soc, 43, 1977, 201-41

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from primary silt, Seg 2, inner ditch at Offham Hill, E Sussex, England. Coll P L Drewett.

ID: 3492, C14 ID: BM-1415 Date BP: 4740 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4800

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 398, OS North: 118

Archaeologist Name: P L Drewett

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 231; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 86 [where lab no. wrongly given]

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Mixed charcoal, id as Alnus, Betula, Corylus, from cremation in pit F3, assoc with Western Neolithic pottery and predating ring-ditch 2 at North Mains, Strathallan, Perthshire, Scotland. Coll G J Barclay.

ID: 3175, C14 ID: GU-1546 Date BP: 4640 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4575, End BP: 4705

OS Letter: NN, OS East: 931, OS North: 163

Archaeologist Name: G J Barclay

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 113, 1983, 122-281 esp 259

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Carbon Date. 2672BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen, id as red deer antler, from primary silt of barrow (or cursus) ditch at North Stoke, Crowmarsh, Oxfordshire, England. Coll H J Case.

ID: 3177, C14 ID: BM-1405 Date BP: 4672 +/- 49, Start Date BP: 4623, End BP: 4721

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 611, OS North: 856

Archaeologist Name: H J Case

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 156; Oxoniensia, 16, 1951, 82; CBA Res Rep, 44, 1982, 74

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Carbon Date. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pit F118, assoc plain Neo bowl pottery and flints at Spong Hill, N Elmham, Norfolk, England. Coll R D Carr.

ID: 3501, C14 ID: BM-1535 Date BP: 4990 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 5070

OS Letter: TG, OS East: 980, OS North: 197

Archaeologist Name: R D Carr

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 233

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Carbon Date. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal and burnt acorns from F3, F4, F7, F8, F16, F24, F32, F36, F49, with Neolithic plain and Mildenhall pottery at Spong Hill, N Elmham, Norfolk, England. Coll R D Carr. Comment (subm): Disparity between BM-1533 and BM-1534 possibly due to bulking of sample. But both dates are acceptable for Mildenhall ware.

ID: 3502, C14 ID: BM-1534 Date BP: 4950 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 5070

OS Letter: TG, OS East: 980, OS North: 197

Archaeologist Name: R D Carr

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 232-3

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Carbon Date. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pits F9, F12, F17, F18, F20, assoc with Neolithic pottery (plain and Mildenhall) at Spong Hill, N Elmham, Norfolk, England. Coll R D Carr. Comment (subm): Disparity between BM-1533 and BM-1534 possibly due to bulking of sample. But both dates are acceptable for Mildenhall ware.

ID: 3503, C14 ID: BM-1533 Date BP: 4650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4730

OS Letter: TG, OS East: 980, OS North: 197

Archaeologist Name: R D Carr

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 232-3

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Carbon Date. 2665BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as corylus, pinus, from antechamber, between Unstan layer and lower infilling at The Ord North, Lairg, Sutherland, Highland, Scotland. Coll J X W P Corcoran. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3192, C14 ID: GU-1169 Date BP: 4665 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4595, End BP: 4735

OS Letter: NC, OS East: 573, OS North: 56

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 111, 1981, 21-62 (N Sharples' recension of Corcoran)

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as corylus, pinus) on floor of main chamber at The Ord North, Lairg, Sutherland, Highland, Scotland. Coll J X W P Corcoran. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3193, C14 ID: GU-1172 Date BP: 4510 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4410, End BP: 4610

OS Letter: NC, OS East: 573, OS North: 56

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 111, 1981, 21-62 (N Sharples' recension of Corcoran)

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Carbon Date. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id by M Robinson as Betula, 3-25 yr; Pomoideae, 3-25 yr; Salix/Populus, 3-25 yr; Quercus, 20-75 yr, mostly 20-35 yr, from Trench 1 in 'axe finishing site' at Harrison Stickle, Great Langdale, Cumbria, England. Sample assoc with axe-finishing flakes in fill of shallow platform on hillside. Subm RJB 1987. Comment (subm): Great Langdale samples come from two types of axe production site; stratigraphical evidence suggests that these were broadly successive. This result agrees well with OxA-2181 (taq for Stake Beck site). With BM-2626, -2627, -2628, suggests change in production methods occurred early to mid 5th millennium BP.

ID: 6385, C14 ID: BM-2625 Date BP: 4870 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4920

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 283, OS North: 71

Archaeologist Name: R J Bradley 1987

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 96-7; Antiq J 68, 1988, 181-209

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Carbon Date. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id by M Robinson as Betula, 3-25 yr; Pomoideae, 3-25 yr; Salix/Populus, 3-25 yr; Corylus avellana, 3-25 yr, from Trench IV in 'axe finishing site' at Harrison Stickle, Great Langdale, Cumbria, England. Sample close to that dated by BM-2625 and assoc with axe-finishing flakes in fill of natural hollow in hillside. Subm RJB 1987. Comment (subm): Great Langdale samples come from two types of axe production site; stratigraphical evidence suggests that these were broadly successive. This result agrees well with OxA-2181 (taq for Stake Beck site). With BM-2625, -2627, -2628, suggests change in production methods occurred early to mid 5th millennium BP.

ID: 6386, C14 ID: BM-2626 Date BP: 4880 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 4930

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 283, OS North: 71

Archaeologist Name: R J Bradley 1987

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 96-7; Antiq J 68, 1988, 181-209

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Carbon Date. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id by M Robinson as Betula, 3-75 yr, mostly 20-35 yr; Quercus, 20-75 yr, mostly 20-35 yr; Salix/Populus, 3-25 yr; Corylus avellana, 3-75 yr, from horizon of charcoal in fill of Neolithic quarry at Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale, Cumbria, England. Subm RJB 1987. Comment (subm): Great Langdale samples come from two types of axe production; stratigraphical evidence suggests that these were broadly successive. This and BM-2628 come from quarry attributed to later production system, and dates span site occupation. With BM-2625, -2626, -2628, suggests change in production methods occurred early to mid 5th millennium BP.

ID: 6387, C14 ID: BM-2627 Date BP: 4590 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4540, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 273, OS North: 73

Archaeologist Name: R J Bradley 1987

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 96-7; Antiq J 68, 1988, 181-209

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Carbon Date. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id by M Robinson as Betula, 3-25 yr; Pomoideae, 3-25 yr; Salix/Populus, 3-25 yr; Quercus, 20-75 yr, mostly 20-35 yr, from lower fill in Neolithic quarry dated by BM-2627, sealed by fire-setting waste and sealing axe-making debris and freshly quarried rubble at Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale, Cumbria, England. Subm RJB 1987. Comment (subm): Great Langdale samples come from two types of axe production site; stratigraphical evidence suggests that these were broadly successive. With BM-2625, -2626, -2627, suggests change in production methods occurred early to mid 5th millennium BP.

ID: 6388, C14 ID: BM-2628 Date BP: 4760 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4810

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 273, OS North: 73

Archaeologist Name: R J Bradley 1987

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 96-7; Antiq J 68, 1988, 181-209

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Carbon Date. 2560BC. Location: Millbarrow Long Barrow [Map]

Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, 2047, from context 234, primary fill inner ditch, N side at Millbarrow chambered tomb, Winterbourne Monkton, Wiltshire, England. Subm A Whittle 1990. Comment (subm): Compare series OxA-3169 to -3172 and -3198. The series shows activity starting before, but running after, the enclosure on Windmill Hill to the south. [Ed: calibrated dates given in second ref below.]

ID: 7156, C14 ID: BM-2730 Date BP: 4560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4490, End BP: 4630

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 95, OS North: 722

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle 1989

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Reference Name: Archaeometry, 34, 1992, 143; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 87, 1994, 26

Carbon Date. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human right talus, F15, from main burial chamber of Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, Co Clare, Ireland. Comment (subm): Dates OxA-1905 to -1913 belong to individuals whose disarticulated remains were transferred to the tomb's main chamber sometime after death. Suggest c 3800 cal BC for construction, with inference of sporadic use between 3800--3200 cal BC.

ID: 6993, C14 ID: OxA-1907 Date BP: 4520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4440, End BP: 4600

OS Letter: M, OS East: 24, OS North: 0

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1986

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 32, 1990, 106

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Alnus glutinosa, Betula sp, Salix sp, from Area 3, F3006, from one of two patches of charcoal close to base of sandy loam colluvium at Achnasavil, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland. Comment (subm): sample was a well-defined spread of charcoal, 1.0 x 0.8m ... the product of either in situ burning or the direct dumping of charcoal; not derived from eroding sediment and should accurately date the deposition of the adjacent colluvium. [Ed: GU-3076 to -3082 relate to environmental samples from terraces and palaeochannels here.]

ID: 6617, C14 ID: GU-3072 Date BP: 4640 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4690

Abstract: Multiphase site, Neo to Iron Age

Archaeologist Name: S Carter and R Tipping

Reference Name: Glasgow Archaeol J, 17, 1991/2, 39-52

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, AML 842044, id as cattle vertebra, from Hoe Hill long barrow, Swinhope, Lincolnshire, England. Comment (subm): result is compatible with expected Early Neolithic construction or immediate post-construction date.

ID: 6988, C14 ID: HAR-6400 Date BP: 4930 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: TF, OS East: 215, OS North: 963

Archaeologist Name: P Phillips

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 90-1

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Carbon Date. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human right talus, F28C, from main burial chamber of Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, Co Clare, Ireland. Comment (subm): Dates OxA-1905 to -1913 belong to individuals whose disarticulated remains were transferred to the tomb's main chamber sometime after death. Suggest c 3800 cal BC for construction, with inference of sporadic use between 3800--3200 cal BC.

ID: 7004, C14 ID: OxA-1909 Date BP: 4550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4630

OS Letter: M, OS East: 24, OS North: 0

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1986

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 32, 1990, 106

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human right talus, F28C, from main burial chamber of Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, Co Clare, Ireland. Comment (subm): Dates OxA-1905 to -1913 belong to individuals whose disarticulated remains were transferred to the tomb's main chamber sometime after death. Suggest c 3800 cal BC for construction, with inference of sporadic use between 3800--3200 cal BC.

ID: 7005, C14 ID: OxA-1910 Date BP: 4940 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4860, End BP: 5020

OS Letter: M, OS East: 24, OS North: 0

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1986

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 32, 1990, 106

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human right talus, F15/F16, from main burial chamber of Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, Co Clare, Ireland. Comment (subm): Dates OxA-1905 to -1913 belong to individuals whose disarticulated remains were transferred to the tomb's main chamber sometime after death. Suggest c 3800 cal BC for construction, with inference of sporadic use between 3800--3200 cal BC.

ID: 7006, C14 ID: OxA-1911 Date BP: 4720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4790

OS Letter: M, OS East: 24, OS North: 0

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1986

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 32, 1990, 106

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Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human right talus, F15/F16, from main burial chamber of Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, Co Clare, Ireland. Comment (subm): Dates OxA-1905 to -1913 belong to individuals whose disarticulated remains were transferred to the tomb's main chamber sometime after death. Suggest c 3800 cal BC for construction, with inference of sporadic use between 3800--3200 cal BC.

ID: 7007, C14 ID: OxA-1912 Date BP: 4810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4890

OS Letter: M, OS East: 24, OS North: 0

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1986

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 32, 1990, 106

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human right talus, F24, from main burial chamber of Poulnabrone Portal Tomb, Co Clare, Ireland. Comment (subm): Dates OxA-1905 to -1913 belong to individuals whose disarticulated remains were transferred to the tomb's main chamber sometime after death. Suggest c 3800 cal BC for construction, with inference of sporadic use between 3800--3200 cal BC.

ID: 6780, C14 ID: OxA-1905 Date BP: 4930 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 5010

OS Letter: M, OS East: 24, OS North: 0

Archaeologist Name: Ann Lynch 1986

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 32, 1990, 106

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen from bone, ref 23200, id as Bos sp by Caroline Grigson, from placed bone deposit 229 in primary chalk fill at base of outer ditch (Trench B) at Windmill Hill, Avebury [Map], Wiltshire, England. Subm AW 1988. Comment (subm): Results agree well with OxA series for same site and establish date of enclosure at c 4700 BP. BM-2671 to -2673 show later depositions in same tradition as primary use; BM-2672 might be a little young, or indicate relatively slow rate of silting.

ID: 6404, C14 ID: BM-2669 Date BP: 4740 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4790

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 87, OS North: 713

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 100-101

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Carbon Date. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen from bone, ref 4734, id as Bos sp by Caroline Grigson, from single bone in scatter in primary fill 418 in middle ditch (Trench D) at Windmill Hill, Avebury [Map], Wiltshire, England. Subm AW 1988. Comment (subm): Results agree well with OxA series for same site and establish date of enclosure at c 4700 BP. BM-2671 to -2673 show later depositions in same tradition as primary use; BM-2672 might be a little young, or indicate relatively slow rate of silting.

ID: 6405, C14 ID: BM-2670 Date BP: 4670 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 87, OS North: 713

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 100-101

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Carbon Date. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen from bone, ref 12278, id as Bos sp by Caroline Grigson, from placed deposit 525 at junction of primary and secondary fills in middle ditch (Trench E) at Windmill Hill, Avebury [Map], Wiltshire, England. Subm AW 1988. Comment (subm): Results agree well with OxA series for same site and establish date of enclosure at c 4700 BP. BM-2671 to -2673 show later depositions in same tradition as primary use; BM-2672 might be a little young, or indicate relatively slow rate of silting.

ID: 6412, C14 ID: BM-2671 Date BP: 4550 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4500, End BP: 4600

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 87, OS North: 713

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 100-101

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, from lowest hearth of Neo house at Ardnadam, Dunoon, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 6422, C14 ID: GU-1549 Date BP: 4740 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4830

OS Letter: NS, OS East: 163, OS North: 791

Archaeologist Name: Elizabeth Rennie for Cowal Archaeol Soc

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 8(9), 1984, 262-3; Glasgow Archaeol J, 11, 1984, 13-39; Discov Excav Scot, 1982, 24

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Carbon Date. 2600BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen from human long bone, id by M Harman, ref F5352/3I, from Burial 1 of three inhumations in same grave-pit at Radley Barrow Hills, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. Comment (A Barclay, OAU): This and BM-2714, -2709 are from burials in free-standing linear mortuary structure; results are spread but overlap at 95% probability level, confirming structure as Neolithic and indicating probable contemporaneous phase among nearby Abingdon causewayed enclosure, oval barrow (BM-2391) and Neo flat cemetery (this site, BM-2710).

ID: 6435, C14 ID: BM-2716 Date BP: 4600 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4530, End BP: 4670

Abstract: Extensive ritual complex: oval barrow, ring ditches, pond barrows

Archaeologist Name: Oxford Archaeol Unit 1983-5

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 101-4

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Collagen from human bone, femur, id by M Harman, ref F5355, from adult inhumation assoc with three flint blades at Radley Barrow Hills, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. Comment (A Barclay, OAU): Confirms Neolithic date of flat burial.

ID: 6436, C14 ID: BM-2710 Date BP: 4530 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4580

Abstract: Extensive ritual complex: oval barrow, ring ditches, pond barrows

Archaeologist Name: Oxford Archaeol Unit 1983-5

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 36, 1994, 101-4

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Carbon Date. 2765BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human femur, skeleton I in chamber of Linkardstown-type tomb at Ashleypark, Co Tipperary, Ireland.

ID: 6458, C14 ID: GrN-11036 Date BP: 4765 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4725, End BP: 4805

OS Letter: R, OS East: 874, OS North: 869

Archaeologist Name: Conleth Manning

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad C, 85, 1985, 61-100

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Carbon Date. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Animal bone assoc with Neolithic pottery, Layer 4 (primary ditch fill) at The Trundle, West Sussex, England.

ID: 6493, C14 ID: I-11612 Date BP: 4860 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4960

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 877, OS North: 110

Archaeologist Name: F G Aldsworth & O Bedwin

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 69-86; Sussex Archaeol Collect, 114, 1981, 208-14

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as Microtus arvalis, vole, LN81, FQ 83, from calcareous matrix at Links of Noltland [Map], Isle of Westray, Orkney isles, off Scotland. Subm J C Clutton-Brock & M J Armour-Chelu. Comment (subm): date is too early for this level; however, similar date from Knap of Howar (Papa Westray) shows that Neolithic people were present on the islands by this point, and this early date probably indicates some earlier activity recorded into a later level on site. As with OxA-1080, small animal remains possibly not very suitable for close sequence dating.

ID: 6692, C14 ID: OxA-1081 Date BP: 4800 +/- 1280, Start Date BP: , End BP:

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 428, OS North: 493

Archaeologist Name: D V Clarke et al

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 29, 1987, 301; Curr Archaeol, 6, 1978, 44-6

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Carbon Date. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, NMI E93:15, from Jerpoint West, Co Kilkenny, Ireland. Subm A L Brindley and J N Lanting, BAI Groningen, 1990-1. Comment (subm): is a repeat of an unexpectedly late Groningen date (GrN-11897, 4305 40 BP further discussion in second and third refs below. This series of Linkardstown-type burials is hereby shown much older than previously supposed; it agrees with other results from Groningen (Ardcrony, Ballintruer More, Baunogenasraid).

ID: 6869, C14 ID: OxA-2680 Date BP: 4770 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Museum specimens, Irish Neolithic burials dating programme

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 35, 1993, 314; J Ir Archaeol, 1, 1983, 1-9; J Ir Archaeol, 5, 1989-90 [1992], 1-7

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Carbon Date. 2585BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, IA/500/47, from Lisduggan North, Co Cork, Ireland. Subm A L Brindley and J N Lanting, BAI Groningen, 1990-1. Comment (subm): Further discussion in second and third refs below. This series of Linkardstown-type burials is hereby shown much older than previously supposed; it agrees with other results from Groningen (Ardcrony, Ballintruer More, Baunogenasraid).

ID: 6870, C14 ID: OxA-2681 Date BP: 4585 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4505, End BP: 4665

Abstract: Museum specimens, Irish Neolithic burials dating programme

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 35, 1993, 314; J Ir Archaeol, 1, 1983, 1-9; J Ir Archaeol, 5, 1989-90 [1992], 1-7

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Carbon Date. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, NMI W3, from Phoenix Park, Co Dublin, Ireland. Subm A L Brindley and J N Lanting, BAI Groningen, 1990-1. Comment (subm): Further discussion in second and third refs below. This series of Linkardstown-type burials is hereby shown much older than previously supposed; it agrees with other results from Groningen (Ardcrony, Ballintruer More, Baunogenasraid).

ID: 6871, C14 ID: OxA-2678 Date BP: 4650 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4720

Abstract: Museum specimens, Irish Neolithic burials dating programme

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 35, 1993, 314; J Ir Archaeol, 1, 1983, 1-9; J Ir Archaeol, 5, 1989-90 [1992], 1-7

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Carbon Date. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: [Sample not stated] from ? Neolithic wall at Emlagh Bog Embayment, Valentia / Valencia, Co Kerry, Ireland.

ID: 6879, C14 ID: I-14206 Date BP: 4760 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4860

Abstract: Burnt mound

Archaeologist Name: Frank Mitchell

Reference Name: in Buckley, V (ed), 'Burnt offerings: international contributions to burnt mound archaeology' (Dublin, 1990), 24-6

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, S163 from pit F247 with Neolithic pottery, much charcoal and soot-stained occupation soil, at Bromfield, Shropshire, England.

ID: 7873, C14 ID: HAR-3968 Date BP: 4680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: SO, OS East: 485, OS North: 775

Archaeologist Name: S C Stanford 1978

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 48, 1982, 279-320; Shropshire Hist Archaeol, 70, 1995, 95-141; Jordan, D et al, 'Radiocarbon dates ... funded by English Heritage', English Heritage, 1994, 27

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Carbon Date. 2890BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, from cockleshell middens at Nant Hall Road, Prestatyn, Denbighshire / Clwyd, Wales.

ID: 7879, C14 ID: CAR-1355 Date BP: 4890 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 4970

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 70, OS North: 832

Archaeologist Name: David Thomas, Clwyd & Powys Archaeol Trust

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 32, 1992, 59

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, from cockleshell middens at Nant Hall Road, Prestatyn, Denbighshire / Clwyd, Wales.

ID: 7880, C14 ID: CAR-1356 Date BP: 4700 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4770

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 70, OS North: 832

Archaeologist Name: David Thomas, Clwyd & Powys Archaeol Trust

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 32, 1992, 59

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult, PC2, from SE chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition.

ID: 7637, C14 ID: OxA-6641 Date BP: 4690 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4635, End BP: 4745

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2975BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alnus, STT/C 162-163, from sequence of peats at site considered a possible terminal of the Sweet Track, Somerset Levels, Somerset, England. Subm D Weir. Comment (J M Wells, AML): the five dates OxA-7060 to -7603 and -7096, when calibrated, tie in well with dendrodate for Sweet Track of 3807/6 BC. [further comment in ref.]

ID: 7646, C14 ID: OxA-7060 Date BP: 4975 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4915, End BP: 5035

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 425, OS North: 398

Archaeologist Name: D Weir, Anc Mons Lab

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 41, 1999, 199

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Carbon Date. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alnus, STT/C 176-177, from sequence of peats at site considered a possible terminal of the Sweet Track, Somerset Levels, Somerset, England. Subm D Weir. Comment (J M Wells, AML): the five dates OxA-7060 to-7603 and -7096, when calibrated, tie in well with dendrodate for Sweet Track of 3807/6 BC. [further comment in ref.]

ID: 7648, C14 ID: OxA-7062 Date BP: 5000 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4940, End BP: 5060

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 425, OS North: 398

Archaeologist Name: D Weir, Anc Mons Lab

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 41, 1999, 199

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Carbon Date. 2695BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human, grave 8a from central cist at Poulawack, Carran parish, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland. Comment (subm): cist has affinities to cists of Linkardstown type and contained disarticulated remains of four individuals. See also dates OxA-3258 to -3265.

ID: 7891, C14 ID: GrN-12622 Date BP: 4695 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4730

OS Letter: R, OS East: 232, OS North: 985

Archaeologist Name: Hencken and Movius 1934

Reference Name: J Ir Archaeol, 6, 1991/2, 13-17; ibid, 1, 1983, 1-9; ibid, 5, 1989-90 [1992], 1-7; J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 65, 1935, 191-222

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Carbon Date. 2995BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alnus, STT/C 138-139, from sequence of peats at site considered a possible terminal of the Sweet Track, Somerset Levels, Somerset, England. Subm D Weir. Comment (J M Wells, AML): the five dates OxA-7060 to-7603 and -7096, when calibrated, tie in well with dendrodate for Sweet Track of 3807/6 BC. [further comment in ref.]

ID: 7650, C14 ID: OxA-7096 Date BP: 4995 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 5060

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 425, OS North: 398

Archaeologist Name: D Weir, Anc Mons Lab

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 41, 1999, 199

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Carbon Date. 2645BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Salicaceae, IWCAC 2027.9047, from foreshore sediments on Quarr Beach, Wootton Creek, Isle of Wight, England. Subm R G Tomalin. Comment (R Loader): a series of 7 samples (OxA-7161 to -7165 and -7182 to -7183) were taken during archaeological survey of coast and hinterland centred on Wootton Creek. This charcoal sample was recovered from interface between saltmarsh sediments with quantities of burnt and worked flint, including microliths and picks (site Q99) and an overlying peat layer. Sample provides a date for the transition from saltmarsh to woodland at this location and a taq for the lithics. [further comment in ref.]

ID: 7655, C14 ID: OxA-7183 Date BP: 4645 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4710

OS Letter: SZ, OS East: 552, OS North: 874

Archaeologist Name: R G Tomalin

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 41, 1999, 200

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Carbon Date. 2815BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Cutting A, Square 66, lower peat at Letter F Farm, Burnt Fen, Littleport, Cambridgeshire, England. Comment (subm): the flints in this general context are compatible with the Neolithic dates suggested by the radiocarbon dates.

ID: 7903, C14 ID: CAR-376 Date BP: 4815 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4890

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 621, OS North: 876

Archaeologist Name: A G Smith et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 55, 1989, 207--49

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Cutting A, Square 67, lower peat at Letter F Farm, Burnt Fen, Littleport, Cambridgeshire, England. Comment (subm): the flints in this general context are compatible with the Neolithic dates suggested by the radiocarbon dates.

ID: 7904, C14 ID: CAR-378 Date BP: 4960 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4885, End BP: 5035

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 621, OS North: 876

Archaeologist Name: A G Smith et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 55, 1989, 207--49

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp and Prunus sp, small sample, from Ringditch V, F35 below heavy gravel tips at Grendon Quarry, Northamptonshire, England.

ID: 7505, C14 ID: HAR-1497 Date BP: 4700 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4830

Abstract: Complex of 6 ringditches, some having had mounds

Archaeologist Name: A M Gibson and A McCormick

Reference Name: Northamptonshire Archaeol, 20, 1985, 23-66

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Carbon Date. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus species, from Ringditch V, posthole F63 at Grendon Quarry, Northamptonshire, England.

ID: 7506, C14 ID: HAR-1498 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5030

Abstract: Complex of 6 ringditches, some having had mounds

Archaeologist Name: A M Gibson and A McCormick

Reference Name: Northamptonshire Archaeol, 20, 1985, 23-66

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Carbon Date. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, 1126, from context 119, primary fill outer ditch, S side at Millbarrow chambered tomb, Winterbourne Monkton, Wiltshire, England. Subm A Whittle 1990. Comment (subm): Compare series OxA-3169 to -3172 and -3198. The series shows activity starting before, but running after, the enclosure on Windmill Hill to the south. [Ed: calibrated dates given in second ref below.]

ID: 7185, C14 ID: BM-2731 Date BP: 4560 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4610

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 95, OS North: 722

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle 1989

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 34, 1992, 143; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 87, 1994, 26

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, ref 14555, id by M Armour-Chelu as large ungulate animal, from organic-rich middle fill in Tr I, assoc with large quantities of charcoal, flint and pottery refuse at Maiden Castle, Dorset, England. Subm N Sharples. Comment (lab and subm): see refs below.

ID: 7534, C14 ID: BM-2447 Date BP: 4800 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 4755, End BP: 4845

Abstract: underlying Iron Age hillfort

Archaeologist Name: N Sharples (Trust for Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 19-20; Sharples N, 'Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6' (= Engl Heritage Archaeol Rep, 19), 1991, 102-5

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, ref 14558, id by M Armour-Chelu as ox, left tibia, from one of lowest fills of Neo enclosure ditch in Tr I at Maiden Castle, Dorset, England. Subm N Sharples. Comment (lab and subm): see refs below.

ID: 7535, C14 ID: BM-2448 Date BP: 4710 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4780

Abstract: underlying Iron Age hillfort

Archaeologist Name: N Sharples (Trust for Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 19-20; Sharples N, 'Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6' (= Engl Heritage Archaeol Rep, 19), 1991, 102-5

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Carbon Date. 2785BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood charcoal from destruction phase of hall at Balbridie, ?Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Comment (subm): see ref below for comment. [Ed: see also OxA-1767 to -1769; GU-1035 to -1038ii need revision on database.]

ID: 7696, C14 ID: GU-1829 Date BP: 4785 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4635, End BP: 4935

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 733, OS North: 959

Archaeologist Name: I B M Ralston and N Reynolds

Reference Name: Antiquity, 67, 1993, 313-23

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood charcoal from destruction phase of hall at Balbridie, ?Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Comment (subm): see ref below for comment. [Ed: see also OxA-1767 to -1769; GU-1035 to -1038ii need revision on database.]

ID: 7697, C14 ID: GU-1830 Date BP: 4970 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4895, End BP: 5045

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 733, OS North: 959

Archaeologist Name: I B M Ralston and N Reynolds

Reference Name: Antiquity, 67, 1993, 313-23

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Carbon Date. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, ref 2010, id by J Henderson as human, left femur, from context 324, outer ditch of Neo enclosure, assoc with other disarticulated human bone at Maiden Castle, Dorset, England. Subm N Sharples. Comment (lab and subm): see refs below.

ID: 7539, C14 ID: BM-2451 Date BP: 4860 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4930

Abstract: underlying Iron Age hillfort

Archaeologist Name: N Sharples (Trust for Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 19-20; Sharples N, 'Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6' (= Engl Heritage Archaeol Rep, 19), 1991, 102-5

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, ref 2012, id by M Armour-Chelu as ox, right tibia, from context 324, outer ditch of Neo enclosure, assoc with disarticulated human bone at Maiden Castle, Dorset, England. Subm N Sharples. Comment (lab and subm): see refs below.

ID: 7540, C14 ID: BM-2452 Date BP: 4640 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4690

Abstract: underlying Iron Age hillfort

Archaeologist Name: N Sharples (Trust for Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 19-20; Sharples N, 'Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6' (= Engl Heritage Archaeol Rep, 19), 1991, 102-5

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, ref 14562, id by M Armour-Chelu as ox, right metatarsal and right pelvis, from context 567, middle fill of Neo ditch in Tr II, assoc with large quantities of charcoal, flint and pottery refuse at Maiden Castle, Dorset, England. Subm N Sharples. Comment (lab and subm): see refs below.

ID: 7542, C14 ID: BM-2454 Date BP: 4830 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4890

Abstract: underlying Iron Age hillfort

Archaeologist Name: N Sharples (Trust for Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 19-20; Sharples N, 'Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6' (= Engl Heritage Archaeol Rep, 19), 1991, 102-5

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, ref 14543, id by M Armour-Chelu as red deer, left tibia, from context 2263, stoney layer on N side of Bank Barrow ditch immediately overlying primary fill at Maiden Castle, Dorset, England. Subm N Sharples. Comment (lab): see refs below; subm): gives preliminary date of Bank Barrow; and see refs below.

ID: 7544, C14 ID: BM-2456 Date BP: 4720 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4820

Abstract: underlying Iron Age hillfort

Archaeologist Name: N Sharples (Trust for Wessex Archaeol)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 19-20; Sharples N, 'Maiden Castle: excavations and field survey 1985-6' (= Engl Heritage Archaeol Rep, 19), 1991, 102-5

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood charcoal from destruction phase of hall at Balbridie, ?Banchory, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Comment (subm): see ref below for comment. [Ed: see also OxA-1767 to -1769; GU-1035 to -1038ii need revision on database.]

ID: 7699, C14 ID: GU-1832 Date BP: 4970 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 733, OS North: 959

Archaeologist Name: I B M Ralston and N Reynolds

Reference Name: Antiquity, 67, 1993, 313-23

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Carbon Date. 2600BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus, unabraded non-roundwood fragments, sample 96/2, context L11 from boundary posthole, part of burnt outer crust of post or large burnt mass on edge of posthole, at Littleour, Perth & Kinross, Scotland. Comment (subm): Cal range given. [Ed@ NGR not found in text]

ID: 7752, C14 ID: GU-4827 Date BP: 4600 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4550, End BP: 4650

Abstract: Rectilinear enclosure with axial post near Cleaven Dyke

Archaeologist Name: G J Barclay and G S Maxwell

Reference Name: Barclay, G J and Maxwell, G S, 'The Cleaven Dyke and Littleour -- monuments in the Neolithic of Tayside' (Scot Antiq Soc Monogr, 13), 1998, Table 12

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Corylus, Quercus, sample 12, from fire-pit of burnt mound (site 17.7) at Greenlaw, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): [see ref. below, which also gives Cal dates at 1 and 2 sigma.] [Ed: charcoal identifications sometimes differ within text]

ID: 7787, C14 ID: BETA-68472 Date BP: 4720 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4780

Abstract: Burnt mounds around pipeline in SW Scotland

Archaeologist Name: D Maynard

Reference Name: Trans Dumfriesshire Galloway Natur Hist Antiq Soc, 68, 1993, 33-52

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Carbon Date. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Carbonised nutshells, id as Corylus avellana, from pit context 3 at Carzield, Kirkton, Dumfriesshire, Scotland.

ID: 7798, C14 ID: BETA-68481 Date BP: 4920 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: NX, OS East: 970, OS North: 821

Archaeologist Name: D Maynard

Reference Name: Trans Dumfriesshire Galloway Natur Hist Antiq Soc, 68, 1993, 25-32

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Carbon Date. 2980BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as various spp, from context XV, 'Obanian' shell midden, early phase, in cleft of old sea cliff at Carding Mill Bay, Oban, Argyll, Scotland. [Ed: see also OxA-3739 to -3740, in 'broad agreement'.]

ID: 7800, C14 ID: GU-2797 Date BP: 4980 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4930, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: NM, OS East: 847, OS North: 293

Archaeologist Name: K D Connock et al, Lorn Archaeol Soc

Reference Name: Glasgow Archaeol J, 17, 1991-2 (1993), 25-38

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Carbon Date. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as partial human frontal, from square D3, layer OB, of excavation in front of the western entrance to Robin Hood Cave, Creswell Crags, Derbyshire, England. Subm R M Jacobi. Comment (subm): frontal bone is clearly Early Neolithic and confirms presence of post-Pleistocene material in these external screes. Mello had previously recorded human bones from outside this entrance, and from that spoil Campbell recovered material representing at least two individuals. A lumbar vertebra from same source has date of 4870 120 (OxA-1807). Original depositional context of all these human bones is unknown.

ID: 7597, C14 ID: OxA-7386 Date BP: 5000 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4960, End BP: 5040

Abstract: Museum specimen from Creswell Crags Visitor Centre

Archaeologist Name: R M Jacobi

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 438; Q J Geol Soc, 33(3), 579-88

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Carbon Date. 2515BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human, Homo sapiens sapiens, immature humerus, CNU/2, one of four individuals represented from Creag nan Uamh caves, Assynt, Highland, Scotland. Subm C Bonsall and A Kitchener 1995. Comment (subm): this series OxA-5757 to -5761 comes from deposits that also produced an abundant Pleistocene fauna of mainly Mid- to Late Devensian age. Dates were intended to test the possibility of pre-Holocene human occupation of the caves; results indicate a Neolithic age for the human remains and a medieval context for the antler artefact.

ID: 7599, C14 ID: OxA-5758 Date BP: 4515 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4455, End BP: 4575

Abstract: Museum specimens from Roy Mus Scotland

Archaeologist Name: C Bonsall and A Kitchener

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 438

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Carbon Date. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human, Homo sapiens sapiens, immature femur, CNU/3, one of four individuals represented from Creag nan Uamh caves, Assynt, Highland, Scotland. Subm C Bonsall and A Kitchener 1995. Comment (subm): this series OxA-5757 to -5761 comes from deposits that also produced an abundant Pleistocene fauna of mainly Mid- to Late Devensian age. Dates were intended to test the possibility of pre-Holocene human occupation of the caves; results indicate a Neolithic age for the human remains and a medieval context for the antler artefact.

ID: 7600, C14 ID: OxA-5759 Date BP: 4520 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4570

Abstract: Museum specimens from Roy Mus Scotland

Archaeologist Name: C Bonsall and A Kitchener

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 438

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human, Homo sapiens sapiens, metatarsal, CNU/5, one of four individuals represented from Creag nan Uamh caves, Assynt, Highland, Scotland. Subm C Bonsall and A Kitchener 1995. Comment (subm): this series OxA-5757 to -5761 comes from deposits that also produced an abundant Pleistocene fauna of mainly Mid- to Late Devensian age. Dates were intended to test the possibility of pre-Holocene human occupation of the caves; results indicate a Neolithic age for the human remains and a medieval context for the antler artefact.

ID: 7602, C14 ID: OxA-5761 Date BP: 4720 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4670, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Museum specimens from Roy Mus Scotland

Archaeologist Name: C Bonsall and A Kitchener

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 438

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus, rel. unabraded, sample 95/33, context L9 from large posthole on axis of structure at Littleour, Perth & Kinross, Scotland. Comment (subm): Carbonised 'crust' of post partially burnt in situ, or material on surface when post collapsed/removed. Extreme radial splitting reflected condition of burning rather than post-depositional changes. Cal range given. [Ed: NGR not found in text]

ID: 7810, C14 ID: GU-4379 Date BP: 4640 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4700

Abstract: Rectilinear enclosure with axial post near Cleaven Dyke

Archaeologist Name: G J Barclay and G S Maxwell

Reference Name: Barclay, G J and Maxwell, G S, 'The Cleaven Dyke and Littleour -- monuments in the Neolithic of Tayside' (Scot Antiq Soc Monogr, 13), 1998, Table 12

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Carbon Date. 2685BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult ?male, PC1, from SE chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7613, C14 ID: OxA-6487 Date BP: 4685 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4750

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult ?male, PC3, from SW chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7614, C14 ID: OxA-6488 Date BP: 4780 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4720, End BP: 4840

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Peat from rapid change level (accelerated sedimentation suggesting increase in fire) at Creag na Caillich, Perth & Kinross, Scotland. [Ed: cal dates are given.]

ID: 7830, C14 ID: GU-2975 Date BP: 4750 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4800

OS Letter: NN, OS East: 562, OS North: 377

Archaeologist Name: Mark Edmonds et al

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 122, 1992, 77-112

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult ?male, PC5, from NW chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. This determination and possibly OxA-6494, -6489 could indicate a rather longer span of continuous use for this tomb than that suggested for Hazleton North. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7616, C14 ID: OxA-6490 Date BP: 4660 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4720

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult, PC6, from NW chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7617, C14 ID: OxA-6491 Date BP: 4710 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4770

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2805BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult ?male, PC7, from passage of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7628, C14 ID: OxA-6492 Date BP: 4805 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4860

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2875BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult, PC8, from NE chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7629, C14 ID: OxA-6493 Date BP: 4875 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 4930

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2645BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult, PC9, from NE chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. This date and OxA-6489, -6490 could indicate a rather longer span of continuous use for this tomb than that suggested for Hazleton North. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7630, C14 ID: OxA-6494 Date BP: 4645 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4585, End BP: 4705

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human adult, PC11, from SE chamber of chambered cairn at Parc le Breos Cwm, Gower, West Glamorgan, Wales. Subm A Whittle. Comment (subm): the 12 individuals selected for dating represent 30% of the mortuary population. The dates confirm the expected earlier Neolithic period, but leave unresolved questions of cairn style development within the Cotswold-Severn tradition. [Further comment in refs.]

ID: 7632, C14 ID: OxA-6496 Date BP: 4850 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4785, End BP: 4915

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 537, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle

Reference Name: Archaeometry, 40, 1998, 445; Proc Prehist Soc, 64, 1998, 139-82

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Carbon Date. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, KHLBFBT3, from facade bedding trench associated with occupation debris used as packing for postholes at Kemp Howe, Cowlam, Yorkshire, England. Subm A E Finney (E Riding Archaeol Cttee) 1985. Comment (subm): facade was part of early phase which included mortuary enclosure; date should be compared with that obtained for long barrow ditches.

ID: 8724, C14 ID: HAR-8778 Date BP: 4870 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4960

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 663, OS North: 962

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 107

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Carbon Date. 2990BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, SMT3SO1, from shallow pit, Trench 3, Sec 0 in Seamer Moor Barrow 1, Scarborough, N Yorkshire, England. Coll 1966, subm A E Finney 1985. Comment (subm): grave pit was excavated in 1934 but as all 1934 material was destroyed in Hull bombing of 1942, this sample dates this grave pit and three other pits not found in 1966 excavation.

ID: 8729, C14 ID: HAR-8786 Date BP: 4990 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4900, End BP: 5080

OS Letter: TA, OS East: 19, OS North: 861

Archaeologist Name: T C M Brewster 1966

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 107; Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 50 [near-repeat]

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Carbon Date. 2580BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from structure in peat at Site 81.42, Signal Pole Ground, Ashcott Heath, Somerset Levels, England. Coll and subm 1981.

ID: 8491, C14 ID: HAR-4739 Date BP: 4580 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4650

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 425, OS North: 410

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 88; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 75-9

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Carbon Date. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 874388, HT86L6, from layer 6, dark-black, soft-textured matrix rich in Neolithic finds (midden) at Helman Tor, Lanlivery parish, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England. Subm RM 1987. Comment (subm): allows internal chronological comparison of midden and structure built over it. General comment (subm): samples date Middle Neolithic site and allow comparison with very similar site dated c 3000--2700 BC at Carn Brea.

ID: 8738, C14 ID: HAR-8819 Date BP: 4520 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4460, End BP: 4580

Abstract: Middle Neolithic settlement

Archaeologist Name: R Mercer 1986

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 109

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 874391, HT86103A, from pit-hearth cut through layer 6, relating to latest phase of activity on terrace at Helman Tor, Lanlivery parish, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England. Subm RM 1987. Comment (subm): establishes taq for construction of Neolithic enclosure wall. General comment (subm): samples date Middle Neolithic site and allow comparison with very similar site dated c 3000--2700 BC at Carn Brea.

ID: 8741, C14 ID: HAR-8822 Date BP: 4780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Middle Neolithic settlement

Archaeologist Name: R Mercer 1986

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 109

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 874392, HT86103B, from pit-hearth cut through layer 6, relating to latest phase of activity on terrace at Helman Tor, Lanlivery parish, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England. Subm RM 1987. General comment (subm): samples date Middle Neolithic site and allow comparison with very similar site dated c 3000--2700 BC at Carn Brea.

ID: 8742, C14 ID: HAR-8823 Date BP: 4750 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4820

Abstract: Middle Neolithic settlement

Archaeologist Name: R Mercer 1986

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 109

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Carbon Date. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Peat, SLP8207, from pollen boundary A/B at Sweet Track, Site TW, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1982.

ID: 8522, C14 ID: HAR-5296 Date BP: 4790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Peat monolith

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 335; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 68

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from newly discovered hurdle in area of intense Neolithic activity at Walton Heath, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (JMC): one of earliest hurdle-like structures in Somerset Levels; lower in peat strata than previously known Neo hurdles in this area.

ID: 8526, C14 ID: HAR-5726 Date BP: 4680 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4750

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 455, OS North: 393

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 89; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 62-8; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as birch (Betula sp) from wooden structure in low peats at Foster's Walton, Walton Heath, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (JMC): structure, probably at least 20m long, extended over two peat heads, partly destroyed by peat cutting; it formed part of traditional passageway across moors in 3rd millennium BC.

ID: 8527, C14 ID: HAR-6264 Date BP: 4660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4740

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 455, OS North: 392

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 89; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 62-8; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as hazel, from rods of hurdle at Frank's Ground Hurdle Track, Meare Heath, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (JMC): hurdle is possibly oldest known in Britain.

ID: 8528, C14 ID: HAR-6265 Date BP: 4790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4870

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 443, OS North: 409

Archaeologist Name: S D Loxton 1984 for J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 89; Somerset Levels Pap, 15

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Peat, id as Calluna/Eriophorum, from 0.94 to 0.95m below present ground surface at Eclipse Site, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1981. Comment (JMC): dates pollen zone boundary E2/E3, regional assemblage zone boundary B/C, end of 1st major clearance in area.

ID: 8531, C14 ID: HAR-4544 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Pollen assemblage zone boundaries

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 90-1; Somerset Levels Pap, 8, 1982, 9-25; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 68; New Phytol, 83, 1979, 577-600

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Carbon Date. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as brushwood, from track at Honeygore, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1983. Comment (JMC): slightly younger than previous dates which centred on c 2800 BC.

ID: 8533, C14 ID: HAR-5721 Date BP: 4610 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4520, End BP: 4700

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 416, OS North: 428

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 92; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 92; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from hurdle B of Honeybee track, Somerset Levels, England. Coll & subm 1983. Comment (JMC): correlates well with HAR-5723.

ID: 8534, C14 ID: HAR-5722 Date BP: 4610 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4710

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 416, OS North: 428

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 92; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 92; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from complex of Honeycat track, Somerset Levels, England. Coll & subm 1983. Comment (JMC): slightly older than previous dates, HAR-653 and Q-427, but see second ref below.

ID: 8536, C14 ID: HAR-5724 Date BP: 4560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 416, OS North: 428

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 92; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 92; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as brushwood, from newly discovered track structure in peat at Bisgrove's Track, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1980. [Ed: NGR not given: estimated from other data.]

ID: 8549, C14 ID: HAR-4078 Date BP: 4880 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4980

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 424, OS North: 385

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 332; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as waterlogged, MN pile from Area A4 S1(b) at Runnymede Bridge, Egham, Surrey, England. Comment (subm): [see refs.]

ID: 7946, C14 ID: HAR-6132 Date BP: 4630 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4700

Abstract: Waterfront site

Archaeologist Name: S P Needham

Reference Name: Needham, S P, 'Excavation and salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: the Late Bronze Age waterfront site' (Brit Mus Press/Engl Heritage), 1991, 346-53

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Carbon Date. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as waterlogged, MN pile from Area A4 S4(b) at Runnymede Bridge, Egham, Surrey, England. Comment (subm): [see refs.]

ID: 7947, C14 ID: HAR-6128 Date BP: 4920 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5000

Abstract: Waterfront site

Archaeologist Name: S P Needham

Reference Name: Needham, S P, 'Excavation and salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: the Late Bronze Age waterfront site' (Brit Mus Press/Engl Heritage), 1991, 346-53

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as waterlogged, MN worked timber from Area A6 F202(a) at Runnymede Bridge, Egham, Surrey, England. Comment (subm): [see refs.]

ID: 7948, C14 ID: HAR-6130 Date BP: 4830 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Waterfront site

Archaeologist Name: S P Needham

Reference Name: Needham, S P, 'Excavation and salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: the Late Bronze Age waterfront site' (Brit Mus Press/Engl Heritage), 1991, 346-53

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as waterlogged, MN worked timber from Area A6 168(a) at Runnymede Bridge, Egham, Surrey, England. Comment (subm): [see refs.]

ID: 7949, C14 ID: HAR-6131 Date BP: 4930 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5020

Abstract: Waterfront site

Archaeologist Name: S P Needham

Reference Name: Needham, S P, 'Excavation and salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: the Late Bronze Age waterfront site' (Brit Mus Press/Engl Heritage), 1991, 346-53

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as waterlogged, tip of pile from Area A8 3B(a) at Runnymede Bridge, Egham, Surrey, England. Comment (subm): [see refs.]

ID: 7950, C14 ID: HAR-6133 Date BP: 4690 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4800

Abstract: Waterfront site

Archaeologist Name: S P Needham

Reference Name: Needham, S P, 'Excavation and salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: the Late Bronze Age waterfront site' (Brit Mus Press/Engl Heritage), 1991, 346-53

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Peat, SLP8110, from lower division of peat monolith, dating E1.E2 boundary and therefore region A/B boundary, at Eclipse track site, Meare Heath, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1982.

ID: 8562, C14 ID: HAR-4866 Date BP: 4780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4850

Abstract: Peat monolith

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 334-5; New Phytologist, 83, 1979, 577-600; Somerset Levels Pap, 8, 1982, 9-25; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 68

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, SLP8101, from prehistoric structure, site 81.6A at Chedzoy track, Sedgemoor, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1981. [Ed: NGR not given, estimated from other data.]

ID: 8565, C14 ID: HAR-4374 Date BP: 4510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4430, End BP: 4590

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 33, OS North: 37

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 335; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, SLP8102, from prehistoric structure, site 81.6B at Chedzoy track, Sedgemoor, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1981. [Ed: NGR not given, estimated only.]

ID: 8566, C14 ID: HAR-4375 Date BP: 4690 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4780

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 33, OS North: 37

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 335; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Peat, SLP8208, from pollen boundary B/C at Sweet Track, Site TW, Somerset Levels, England. Subm 1982.

ID: 8568, C14 ID: HAR-5295 Date BP: 4510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4440, End BP: 4580

Abstract: Peat monolith

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 335; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 68

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, AML 852742, id as birch and hazel from previously unknown Neolithic track at Honeygore Complex, Westhay Level, Somerset Levels, England. Subm JMC 1985. Comment (subm): date relates track to immediate complex.

ID: 8569, C14 ID: HAR-6698 Date BP: 4720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4790

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 415, OS North: 409

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 173-4; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 25-50; Somerset Levels Pap, 14, 1988, 34-8

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, AML 852743, id as birch, from one of five tracks at Honeygore Complex, Westhay Level, Somerset Levels, England. Subm JMC 1985. Comment (subm): date relates track to immediate complex.

ID: 8570, C14 ID: HAR-6699 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4710

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 415, OS North: 409

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 173-4; Somerset Levels Pap, 11, 1985, 25-50; Somerset Levels Pap, 14, 1988, 34-8

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Carbon Date. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazelnut shells, AML 777003, id by C A Keepax, from Layer 3, Site H, HH76, flint and chalk lumps set in dark-brown loam packed with crushed charcoal fragments and occasional burnt shells; possibly scarp cut of causewayed enclosure ditch at Hambledon Hill, Blandford, Dorset, England. Subm R J Mercer.

ID: 8577, C14 ID: HAR-2369 Date BP: 4520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4440, End BP: 4600

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 847, OS North: 121

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 88; Mercer R J, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh UP 1980)

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, P76C8330, from feature 176A(1) in ditch deposits at Briar Hill, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. Comment (subm): see monograph.

ID: 8579, C14 ID: HAR-5271 Date BP: 4780 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4900

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 736, OS North: 592

Archaeologist Name: Helen Bamford, Northampton Devel Corp

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 82-5; Bamford H, 'Briar Hill Excavation 1974-8' (1985), 127-8

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Carbon Date. 2900BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id by Rowena Gale as Corylus sp, from Shaft 13c, 5cm above base of shaft (ref HH19) at Harrow Hill, Worthing, Sussex West, England. Subm G de G Sieveking. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2071; (subm): dates confirm previous earlier dating for S Downs group of flint mines relative to Grime's Graves etc.

ID: 8332, C14 ID: BM-2071R Date BP: 4900 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 5020

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 80, OS North: 100

Archaeologist Name: G de G Sieveking

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 26, 1984, 62-3 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 69 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2610BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 794867, ref P76C3116, id as Prunus sp from mature timber, from feature 199D(2) in final recut of ditches at Briar Hill, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. Comment (subm): result agrees with HAR-4075, -5217 and provides approx date for final recutting of ditch system.

ID: 8620, C14 ID: HAR-4071 Date BP: 4610 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4520, End BP: 4700

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 736, OS North: 592

Archaeologist Name: Helen Bamford, Northampton Devel Corp

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 82-5; Bamford H, 'Briar Hill Excavation 1974-8' (1985), 127-8

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 795865, ref P76A7185, id as Prunus sp from mature timber, from feature 124E(3) in final recut of ditches at Briar Hill, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. Comment (subm): result agrees with HAR-4071, -5217 and provides approx date for final recutting of ditch system.

ID: 8621, C14 ID: HAR-4075 Date BP: 4660 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4730

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 736, OS North: 592

Archaeologist Name: Helen Bamford, Northampton Devel Corp

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 82-5; Bamford H, 'Briar Hill Excavation 1974-8' (1985), 127-8

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from posthole fill 199, context 198 between penannular ditch and timber circle at Sarn-y-Bryn Caled, Welshpool bypass, Powys, Wales. Comment (subm): This result appears closer in date to the penannular ditch use than to the timber circle.

ID: 8020, C14 ID: BM-2829 Date BP: 4740 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4705, End BP: 4775

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 232, OS North: 45

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson, Clwyd-Powys Archaeol Trust

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 32, 1992, 66; Proc Prehist Soc, 60, 1994, 143-223

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, HAD841, from Upper Delphs Terrace, Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, England. Coll 1985, 1986, sub 1987 by C Evans.

ID: 8647, C14 ID: HAR-8092 Date BP: 4970 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4880, End BP: 5060

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 411, OS North: 733

Archaeologist Name: C Evans, Univ Cambridge

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 92-3; Fenland Res, 3, 1986; Antiquity, 62, 1988, 360-70

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Carbon Date. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 874387, HT8659, from posthole of Neolithic structure at Helman Tor, Lanlivery parish, Lostwithiel, Cornwall, England. Subm RM 1987. General comment (subm): samples date Middle Neolithic site and allow comparison with very similar site dated c 3000--2700 BC at Carn Brea.

ID: 8683, C14 ID: HAR-8818 Date BP: 4880 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 5000

Abstract: Middle Neolithic settlement

Archaeologist Name: R Mercer 1986

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 109

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Carbon Date. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alnus sp, cut by axe or knife at Skipsea Witthow Mere, Holderness, Humberside North, England.

ID: 8924, C14 ID: HAR-3378 Date BP: 4770 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4840

Abstract: unassociated artefact

Archaeologist Name: D D Gilbertson

Reference Name: Yorkshire Archaeol J, 56, 1984, 17-22

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as small sample, from Cutting I, believed associated with flint scatters and polished axe fragment thrown up by plough at Fronddyrys, Llanfihangel Nant Melan, Powys, Wales. Comment (subm Clwyd-Powys Archaeol Trust): anomalous date ?.

ID: 8931, C14 ID: HAR-1330 Date BP: 4530 +/- 260, Start Date BP: 4270, End BP: 4790

Abstract: indeterminate material

Archaeologist Name: W R Pye

Reference Name: Archaeol in Wales, 16, 1976, 29; Trans Radnorshire Soc, 53, 1983, 75-84

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 760798, HH751535, c 50% id as hazel / alder, not twiggy, by C A Keepax, from HH 75, Site D2, cross-ditch 1, layer 11, from primary chalk wash overlying the solid chalk base of a ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England. Subm RJM 1976. Comment (subm): silt deposit contained chalk and flint lumps and bone and antler pieces.

ID: 8766, C14 ID: HAR-9168 Date BP: 4660 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 847, OS North: 121

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer 1975

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 53

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 813630, TT815, from small pit or posthole with Neolithic bowl pottery and flints at Jeffs Farm, Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire, England. Subm PC 1981.

ID: 8774, C14 ID: HAR-4638 Date BP: 4800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4870

OS Letter: TF, OS East: 237, OS North: 608

Archaeologist Name: P Chowne, N Lincs AU 1981

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 54

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Carbon Date. 2640BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, AML 831778, id as animal, from old land surface under bank of henge (NW quadrant, cutting II) at Avebury, Wiltshire, England. Subm M Pitts 1985. [Ed: NGR not given, estimated only.]

ID: 8807, C14 ID: HAR-10325 Date BP: 4640 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4710

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 9, OS North: 69

Archaeologist Name: M Pitts 1982

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 61-2; Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 203-12; Archaeologia, 84, 1935, 99-162; Smith I, 'Windmill Hill and Avebury' (Oxford, 1965)

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, HAD6LB17, from Upper Delphs Terrace, Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, England. Subm IH 1985.

ID: 8815, C14 ID: HAR-9172 Date BP: 4960 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5050

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 411, OS North: 733

Archaeologist Name: I Hodder

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 64-5; Fenland Res, 3, 1986; Antiquity, 62, 1988, 360-70

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, AML 886477, 0362, from burnt post in secondary fills of the butt of a causewayed enclosure ditch at Upper Delphs Terrace, Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, England. Subm CE 1988. Comment (subm): dates later phase of activity/use on E side of enclosure.

ID: 8820, C14 ID: HAR-10520 Date BP: 4690 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4780

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 411, OS North: 733

Archaeologist Name: I Hodder, C Evans 1982

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 64-5; Fenland Res, 3, 1986; Antiquity, 62, 1988, 360-70

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Fine detrital mud with occasional roots, LHB-4 56-54cm, from sea-cliff c 270m south of Low Hauxley B, Amble, Northumberland, England. Subm RT 1987. Comment (subm): series relates to a detailed pollen profile of the sediments in a c60-cm-thick organic sequence overlying freshwater silts of archaeological site. This result dates beginning of phase of lowered pond level [further comment in refs].

ID: 8822, C14 ID: HAR-8976 Date BP: 4700 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Lacustrine mud exposed in seacliff: multicomponent (Meso, BA) site

Archaeologist Name: R Tipping (U Edinburgh) 1986

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 65-6; Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 398; Scot Geogr Mag, 104, 1988, 14-23

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, id as from adult humerus, ref 534/7, from Deposit E, Chamber 7 in cisted long barrow at Ascott-under-Wychwood [Map], Oxfordshire, England. Subm DB. (Is revision of earlier determination BM-1974.)

ID: 8850, C14 ID: BM-1974R Date BP: 4680 +/- 160, Start Date BP: 4520, End BP: 4840

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 299, OS North: 176

Archaeologist Name: Don Benson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 44-5 (original date): Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 69 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, id as from adult femur, ref 891/55 from Deposit A, Chamber 3 in cisted long barrow at Ascott-under-Wychwood [Map], Oxfordshire, England. Subm DB. (Is revision of earlier determination BM-1976.)

ID: 8852, C14 ID: BM-1976R Date BP: 4930 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 299, OS North: 176

Archaeologist Name: Don Benson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 25, 1983, 44-5 (orig date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 69 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler collagen from base of antler, id as red deer by A Pitt Rivers, ref sample 1, possibly used as pick, marked 'Depth 11 ft Bottom of SE ditch' at Wor Barrow, Sixpenny Handley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England. Subm R Bradley 1983. Comment (subm): this date and BM-2284R give taq for barrow construction and agree well with other evidence that oval barrows and related enclosures were being built as late as 5th millennium bp. (Is revision of earlier determination BM-2283.)

ID: 8865, C14 ID: BM-2283R Date BP: 4660 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4530, End BP: 4790

Abstract: Oval long barrow of Cranborne Chase type

Archaeologist Name: A Pitt Rivers 1893-4

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 64 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision Pitt Rivers A, 'Excavations in Cranborne Chase', v 4, London (1898 Barrett J & Bradley R (eds), 'Papers on the prehistoric archaeology of Cranborne Chase' (Oxbow Monogr, 11), 1991, 9; Barrett J et al (eds), 'Landscape, monuments and society: the prehistory of Cranborne Chase' (CUP, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler collagen from fork of antler, id as red deer by A Pitt Rivers, ref sample 2, marked 'Depth 10.5 ft. On bottom of ditch' at Wor Barrow, Sixpenny Handley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England. Subm R Bradley 1983. Comment (subm): this date and BM-2283R give taq for barrow construction and agree well with other evidence that oval barrows and related enclosures were being built as late as 5th millennium bp. (Is revision of earlier determination BM-2284.)

ID: 8866, C14 ID: BM-2284R Date BP: 4740 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4870

Abstract: Oval long barrow of Cranborne Chase type

Archaeologist Name: A Pitt Rivers 1893-4

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 64 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision Pitt Rivers A, 'Excavations in Cranborne Chase', v 4, London (1898 Barrett J & Bradley R (eds), 'Papers on the prehistoric archaeology of Cranborne Chase' (Oxbow Monogr, 11), 1991, 9; Barrett J et al (eds), 'Landscape, monuments and society: the prehistory of Cranborne Chase' (CUP, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 2890BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pit outside W entrance, middle fill at Old Yeavering, Northumberland, England.

ID: 8884, C14 ID: HAR-3063 Date BP: 4890 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 4980

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 929, OS North: 304

Archaeologist Name: A F Harding

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 87-135 esp 134

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Carbon Date. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, from pit 128 at Poldowrian, St Keverne, Cornwall, England.

ID: 8887, C14 ID: HAR-4052 Date BP: 4870 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 5000

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 748, OS North: 169

Archaeologist Name: G Smith, D Harris

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 21, 1982, 23-66 esp 49

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Carbon Date. 2980BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal and soil, AML 876165, LINDPODZ, from sand island within peat bog at Lindow Moss, Cheshire, England. Subm MC 1987.

ID: 8743, C14 ID: HAR-8875 Date BP: 4980 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4910, End BP: 5050

Abstract: [not archaeological]

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 110

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from posthole on fringe of Meso occupation area and close to two Bronze Age cairns (Brenig 44 and 45) at Brenig Valley Cemetery, Clwyd, Wales. Comment [Ed]: Mesolithic date was expected.

ID: 324, C14 ID: HAR-1434 Date BP: 4780 +/- 160, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4940

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 982, OS North: 572

Archaeologist Name: F Lynch & others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 367; Trans Denbighshire Hist Soc, 24, 1975, 13-37

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Human bone - skeleton from intertidal peat (former bog-burial) at Hartlepool Bay, Cleveland, England. Comment [Ed]: Date lies within Neolithic period.

ID: 335, C14 ID: Hv-5220 Date BP: 4680 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4740

OS Letter: NZ, OS East: 520, OS North: 313

Archaeologist Name: A A R Dowey, P A Mellars

Reference Name: Int J Naut Archaeol Underwater Explor, 7, 1978, 73

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood charcoal within occupation layer at Caisteal nan Gillean, Oronsay, Strathclyde.

ID: 504, C14 ID: SRR-1458a Date BP: 4750 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4930

OS Letter: NR, OS East: 359, OS North: 880

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 113, 1983, 22-34 esp 32; P Mellars, Excavations on Oronsay (Edinburgh, 1987)

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Carbon Date. 2790BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as skull of aurochs, occipital region, believed assoc with Hembury-style bowl at Corhampton House, Corhampton, Hants, England.

ID: 513, C14 ID: BM-1889 Date BP: 4790 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4720, End BP: 4860

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 609, OS North: 202

Archaeologist Name: Frank Cottrill 1951

Reference Name: Proc Hants Fld Club Archaeol Soc, 41, 1985, 63-8 esp 65

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Carbon Date. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample [unspecified] from Ditch I, layer 3 at Combe Hill, Jevington, Sussex, England.

ID: 517, C14 ID: I-11613 Date BP: 4590 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4700

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 574, OS North: 21

Archaeologist Name: ? Peter Drewett

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 86 [side ref only]

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Carbon Date. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood charcoal 50cm below top surface of storm-bead gravel deposit in CS 76/4, adjacent at Cnoc Sligeach, Oronsay, Strathclyde, Scotland. [Ed: grid ref estimated from map only.]

ID: 519, C14 ID: SRR-1456 Date BP: 4670 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4720

OS Letter: NM, OS East: 58, OS North: 58

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 113, 1983, 22-34 esp 28 and 32

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Carbon Date. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood board with mortice-hole at Storrs Moss, Lancashire, England. Comment (subm): expected date about a millennium earlier.

ID: 716, C14 ID: GaK-853 Date BP: 4590 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4500, End BP: 4680

OS Letter: SD, OS East: 483, OS North: 757

Archaeologist Name: T G E Powell

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 37, 1971, 112-37

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Carbon Date. 2944BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, gully bounding flint-knapping floor at Moel y Gaer, Rhosesmor, Clwyd, Wales.

ID: 778, C14 ID: SRR-497 Date BP: 4944 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 4904, End BP: 4984

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 211, OS North: 691

Archaeologist Name: G Guilbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 414; Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 369; Antiquity, 49, 1975, 115 (109-17 Proc Prehist Soc, 41, 1975, 203-21; Archaeol in Wales, 14, 1974, 14; Archaeol in Wales, 15, 1975, 33;

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Carbon Date. 2575BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from South wall at Ballyglass (Ma.13), County Mayo, Ireland.

ID: 1239, C14 ID: SI-1451 Date BP: 4575 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4485, End BP: 4665

OS Letter: G, OS East: 97, OS North: 381

Archaeologist Name: S O Nuallain

Reference Name: J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 102, 1972, 49-57 (site J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 106, 1976, 114 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 2575BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Posthole in E partition wall at Ballyglass (Ma.13), County Mayo, Ireland.

ID: 1240, C14 ID: SI-1454 Date BP: 4575 +/- 105, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4680

OS Letter: G, OS East: 97, OS North: 381

Archaeologist Name: S O Nuallain

Reference Name: J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 102, 1972, 49-57 (site J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 106, 1976, 114 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from East partition wall at Ballyglass (Ma.13), County Mayo, Ireland.

ID: 1241, C14 ID: SI-1453 Date BP: 4530 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4435, End BP: 4625

OS Letter: G, OS East: 97, OS North: 381

Archaeologist Name: S O Nuallain

Reference Name: J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 102, 1972, 49-57 (site J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 106, 1976, 114 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Animal bone from ditch floor at Bury Hill, W Sussex, England.

ID: 1243, C14 ID: HAR-3596 Date BP: 4680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4600, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 1, OS North: 13

Archaeologist Name: Owen Bedwin

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 7, 1980, 45-7; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 69-86

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Carbon Date. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler from ditch floor at Bury Hill, W Sussex, England.

ID: 1244, C14 ID: HAR-3595 Date BP: 4570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4490, End BP: 4650

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 1, OS North: 13

Archaeologist Name: Owen Bedwin

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 7, 1980, 45-7; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 69-86

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Carbon Date. 2659BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal in basal occ layer, assoc with Peterborough ware at Pen-y-Bont, Ogmore-by-Sea, Mid Glamorgan, Wales.

ID: 1245, C14 ID: BM-1112 Date BP: 4659 +/- 52, Start Date BP: 4607, End BP: 4711

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 863, OS North: 756

Archaeologist Name: D P Webley

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 343-4; G C Boon and J M Lewis (eds), 'Welsh Antiquity', 1976, 19-35; Brit Archaeol Rep, 76, 1980, 228

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Carbon Date. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Hazel nuts from near top of occ layer at Pen-y-Bont, Ogmore-by-Sea, Mid Glamorgan, Wales.

ID: 1246, C14 ID: HAR-1140 Date BP: 4620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4540, End BP: 4700

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 863, OS North: 756

Archaeologist Name: D P Webley

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 343-4; G C Boon and J M Lewis (eds), 'Welsh Antiquity', 1976, 19-35; Brit Archaeol Rep, 76, 1980, 228

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as purging buckthorn (trunk with bark, 56 rings), AML 872586, from Palaeochannel II at Hemington Fields, Castle Donington, Leicestershire, England. Comment (subm CRS): is one of 9 posts, mostly buckthorn. Assoc wattlework suggests this was fish weir: if so, is earliest known in Britain.

ID: 1297, C14 ID: HAR-8508 Date BP: 4720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4790

OS Letter: SK, OS East: 457, OS North: 302

Archaeologist Name: P Clay and C R Salisbury

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 95; Archaeol J, 147, 1990, 276-307

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Organic buried soil at base of test-pit 16 at Holland, near Knap of Howar [Map], Papa Westray, Orkney, Scotland. Coll A Ritchie.

ID: 2926, C14 ID: Birm-817 Date BP: 4830 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4930

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 477, OS North: 112

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 113, 1983, 40-121 esp 118

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from upper fill of house 1 ditch at Holne Moor, Devon, England. Coll A Fleming. Comment (lab): Is revision of earlier determination BM-1606; (subm): approx 2000 years earlier than expected.

ID: 2929, C14 ID: BM-1606R Date BP: 4840 +/- 370, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 5210

Abstract: Multiphase occupation including reave system

Archaeologist Name: A Fleming

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 23, 1981, 18-19 (orig. determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 66 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2532BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Animal bone (collagen), from secondary floor deposit in passage, house 1a, Pd II at Knap of Howar [Map], Papa Westray, Orkney, Scotland. Coll A Ritchie.

ID: 3070, C14 ID: SRR-346 Date BP: 4532 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4462, End BP: 4602

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 483, OS North: 518

Archaeologist Name: A Ritchie

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 113, 1983, 40-121 esp 118; C Renfrew, 'The prehistory of Orkney', 1985, 264

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Animal bone (collagen) from secondary floor deposit, house 2, Period II at Knap of Howar [Map], Papa Westray, Orkney, Scotland. Coll A Ritchie.

ID: 3071, C14 ID: Birm-814 Date BP: 4690 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4820

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 483, OS North: 518

Archaeologist Name: A Ritchie

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 113, 1983, 40-121 esp 118; C Renfrew, 'The prehistory of Orkney', 1985, 264

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Carbon Date. 2765BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Animal bone (collagen) from secondary midden, trench II, Period II at Knap of Howar [Map], Papa Westray, Orkney, Scotland. Coll A Ritchie.

ID: 3074, C14 ID: SRR-348 Date BP: 4765 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4695, End BP: 4835

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 483, OS North: 518

Archaeologist Name: A Ritchie

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 113, 1983, 40-121 esp 118; C Renfrew, 'The prehistory of Orkney', 1985, 264

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Carbon Date. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Animal bone, id as mixed (collagen), from primary midden, trench V, Period I at Knap of Howar [Map], Papa Westray, Orkney, Scotland. Coll A Ritchie. Comment (subm): predates houses 1 & 2.

ID: 3076, C14 ID: Birm-816 Date BP: 4770 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4950

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 483, OS North: 518

Archaeologist Name: A Ritchie

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 113, 1983, 40-121 esp 118; C Renfrew, 'The prehistory of Orkney', 1985, 264

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human, from burial deposit A, on the platform against the west wall in the north chamber at Loch Calder - Tulloch of Assery A -, Caithness, Scotland. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3103, C14 ID: GU-1338 Date BP: 4800 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4860

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 68, OS North: 618

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Scot Archaeol Rev, 4, 1986, 2-10; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 98, 1964-6, 1-75

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as birch, from the occupation surface underlying the chamber and extending under the cairn at Loch Calder - Tulloch of Assery B -, Caithness, Scotland. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3105, C14 ID: GU-1339 Date BP: 4840 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4775, End BP: 4905

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 67, OS North: 618

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Scot Archaeol Rev, 4, 1986, 2-10; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 98, 1964-6, 1-75

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Carbon Date. 2965BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, animal, id as deer, Ovicaprid, lying in the centre of the first compartment on the floor of the chamber at Loch Calder - Tulloch of Assery B -, Caithness, Scotland. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3106, C14 ID: GU-1332 Date BP: 4965 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4905, End BP: 5025

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 67, OS North: 618

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Scot Archaeol Rev, 4, 1986, 2-10; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 98, 1964-6, 1-75

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Carbon Date. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, animal, id as deer, Ovicaprid, lying against the north wall of the first compartment on the floor of the chamber at Loch Calder - Tulloch of Assery B -, Caithness, Scotland. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3107, C14 ID: GU-1333 Date BP: 4670 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4605, End BP: 4735

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 67, OS North: 618

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Scot Archaeol Rev, 4, 1986, 2-10; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 98, 1964-6, 1-75

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Carbon Date. 2655BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, animal, id as ox, Ovicaprid, lying in the centre of the second compartment under paving stones which form the floor of the chamber at Loch Calder - Tulloch of Assery B -, Caithness, Scotland. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3108, C14 ID: GU-1336 Date BP: 4655 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4595, End BP: 4715

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 67, OS North: 618

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Scot Archaeol Rev, 4, 1986, 2-10; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 98, 1964-6, 1-75

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Carbon Date. 2685BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as human, from the floor of the chamber adjacent to orthostat forming the west wall at Loch Calder - Tulach an t'Sionnaich -, Caithness, Scotland. Subm N Sharples.

ID: 3111, C14 ID: GU-1334 Date BP: 4685 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4625, End BP: 4745

OS Letter: ND, OS East: 70, OS North: 619

Archaeologist Name: J X W P Corcoran

Reference Name: Scot Archaeol Rev, 4, 1986, 2-10; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 98, 1964-6, 1-75

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Carbon Date. 2923BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from base of E hollow near central stone (predates mound) at Bedd Branwen, Anglesey, Wales.

ID: 3602, C14 ID: BM-452 Date BP: 4923 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4848, End BP: 4998

Abstract: Urn-cemetery mound

Archaeologist Name: F Lynch

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 18; Archaeol Cambrensis, 120, 1971, 82-3

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as ash, over figurine at Bell B Track, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3794, C14 ID: GaK-1600 Date BP: 4840 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4940

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 428, OS North: 423

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 175; Antiquity, 42, 1968, 275-7; Proc Prehist Soc, 36, 1970, 125-51; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2773BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as birch, from wooden peg from track at Honeygore Track, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3797, C14 ID: Q-909 Date BP: 4773 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4693, End BP: 4853

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 419, OS North: 427

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles & F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 2, 1960, 63; Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 549 and 597; Proc Prehist Soc, 34, 1968, 238-58; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as birch, from wooden track peg at Honeygore Track, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (subm): same sample as Q-909, check measurement.

ID: 3798, C14 ID: Lu-297 Date BP: 4760 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4695, End BP: 4825

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 419, OS North: 427

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles & F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 2, 1960, 63; Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 549 and 597; Proc Prehist Soc, 34, 1968, 238-58; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as birch, from track at Honeygore Track, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3799, C14 ID: Q-431 Date BP: 4750 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4880

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 419, OS North: 427

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles & F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 2, 1960, 63; Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 549 and 597; Proc Prehist Soc, 34, 1968, 238-58; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as ?corylus, from longitudinal timber at Chilton No. 4 Track, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3800, C14 ID: Lu-327 Date BP: 4760 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4695, End BP: 4825

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 37, OS North: 39

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles et al

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 349; Proc Prehist Soc, 36, 1970, 125-51; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2650BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from bow at Meare Heath, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3801, C14 ID: Q-646 Date BP: 4650 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4530, End BP: 4770

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 439, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: H Godwin

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 4, 1962, 62; Proc Prehist Soc, 29, 1963, 17-49; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2625BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from wooden bow at Ashcott Heath, Somerset, England.

ID: 3802, C14 ID: Q-598 Date BP: 4625 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4505, End BP: 4745

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 455, OS North: 402

Archaeologist Name: H Godwin

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 4, 1962, 62; Proc Prehist Soc, 29, 1963, 17-49 and 50-98 esp 90; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as birch, stump severed on construction of track at Bell Track A, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3803, C14 ID: Q-927 Date BP: 4570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4490, End BP: 4650

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 428, OS North: 423

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles, F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 596; Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 175; Proc Prehist Soc, 34, 1968, 238-58; Proc Prehist Soc, 36, 1970, 125-51; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from peat adjacent to Graig Lwyd axe find-spot at Shapwick Heath, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3806, C14 ID: Q-430 Date BP: 4540 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4410, End BP: 4670

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 433, OS North: 399

Archaeologist Name: H Godwin

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 2, 1960, 62 and 64; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2887BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Hazel and ash pegs, from Sweet Track, Shap wick Heath, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3818, C14 ID: Q-991 Date BP: 4887 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4797, End BP: 4977

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 422, OS North: 403

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles & F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 14, 1972, 243; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2780BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Birch and Hazel, from track at Honeygore (West) Track, Westhay, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (subm): same sample as Q-1027, check measurement.

ID: 3819, C14 ID: Q-1028 Date BP: 4780 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4730, End BP: 4830

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 416, OS North: 428

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles & F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 14, 1972, 243; Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 163; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2742BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Birch and Hazel, from track at Honeygore (West) Track, Westhay, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (subm): same sample as Q-1028, check measurement.

ID: 3820, C14 ID: Q-1027 Date BP: 4742 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4692, End BP: 4792

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 416, OS North: 428

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles & F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 14, 1972, 243; Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 163; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2757BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Hazel, from track at Honeygore (West) Track, Westhay, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3821, C14 ID: Q-999 Date BP: 4757 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4697, End BP: 4817

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 416, OS North: 428

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles & F Hibbert

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 14, 1972, 243; Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 163; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Betula, longitudinal at Chilton 1-2, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3833, C14 ID: HAR-649 Date BP: 4760 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4680, End BP: 4840

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 387, OS North: 428

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 415-16; Somerset Levels Papers 1, 1975, 54; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 65

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Carbon Date. 2940BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from rings 98-113 at Sweet Track, Shapwick, Somerset Levels, England. Comments (lab): rootlet and insect contamination (subm): tree ring studies.

ID: 3844, C14 ID: HAR-1473 Date BP: 4940 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 5090

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 422, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 363-4; Somerset Levels Pap 5, 1979, 101; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 69

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Carbon Date. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from rings 258-73 at Sweet Track, Shapwick, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (subm): tree ring studies.

ID: 3845, C14 ID: HAR-1480 Date BP: 4870 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 4950

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 422, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 363-4; Somerset Levels Pap 5, 1979, 101; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 69

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Carbon Date. 2800BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from rings 178-93 at Sweet Track, Shapwick, Somerset Levels, England. Comments (lab): rootlet and insect contamination (subm): tree ring studies.

ID: 3846, C14 ID: HAR-1478 Date BP: 4800 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4710, End BP: 4890

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 422, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 363-4; Somerset Levels Pap 5, 1979, 101; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 69

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from rings 258-73 at Sweet Track, Shapwick, Somerset Levels, England. Comments (lab): rootlet and insect contamination (subm): tree ring studies.

ID: 3847, C14 ID: HAR-1479 Date BP: 4710 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4810

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 422, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 363-4; Somerset Levels Pap 5, 1979, 101; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 69

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Carbon Date. 2550BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from rings 58-73 at Sweet Track, Shapwick, Somerset Levels, England. Comment (subm): tree ring studies.

ID: 3848, C14 ID: HAR-1379 Date BP: 4550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4620

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 422, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 363-4; Somerset Levels Pap 5, 1979, 101; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 69

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Carbon Date. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alder, from Baker Slipway, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3855, C14 ID: HAR-2845 Date BP: 4950 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4870, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 428, OS North: 424

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 90; Somerset Levels Pap 6, 1980, 20; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2720BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alder, from Baker Platform, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3856, C14 ID: HAR-2843 Date BP: 4720 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4800

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 428, OS North: 424

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 90; Somerset Levels Pap 6, 1980, 20; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Hazel, from Baker Platform, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3857, C14 ID: HAR-2844 Date BP: 4520 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4430, End BP: 4610

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 428, OS North: 424

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbnon, 29, 1987, 90; Somerset Levels Pap 6, 1980, 20; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2580BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bog Oak from Meare Heath Field, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3859, C14 ID: HAR-2428 Date BP: 4580 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4520, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 455, OS North: 405

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 78; Somerset Levels Pap 5, 1980, 101; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 68

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Carbon Date. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Peat associated with flint axe at Meare Heath, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3860, C14 ID: HAR-2224 Date BP: 4560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 455, OS North: 405

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 78; Somerset Levels Pap 5, 1980, 101; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 67

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as Alder, from Baker Track, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3861, C14 ID: HAR-2919 Date BP: 4540 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4460, End BP: 4620

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 428, OS North: 423

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Somerset Levels Pap 6, 1980, 20; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as hazel, alder brushwood, from Baker Track, Somerset Levels, England.

ID: 3862, C14 ID: HAR-2920 Date BP: 4520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4450, End BP: 4590

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 428, OS North: 423

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles and others

Reference Name: Somerset Levels Pap 6, 1980, 20; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 2580BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as ribs and humerus, \A\"" skeleton

ID: 3873, C14 ID: BM-135 Date BP: 4580 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4430, End BP: 4730

OS Letter: X, OS East: 180, OS North: 945

Archaeologist Name: from cave travertine at Kilgreany Cave

Reference Name: Dungarvan

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal in hillwash associated with Neol flint industry at Devil's Kneading Trough, Brook, Kent, England.

ID: 3876, C14 ID: BM-254 Date BP: 4540 +/- 105, Start Date BP: 4435, End BP: 4645

OS Letter: TR, OS East: 77, OS North: 452

Archaeologist Name: M P Kerney

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 169-70; Phil Trans Roy Soc London B, 248, 1964, 135-204, esp. 161-80; J Archaeol Sci, 9, 1982, 29-38

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Carbon Date. 2675BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Fractions of cut sod in secondary construction at Silbury Hill [Map], Avebury, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): organic matter of 2 mm size. Fractions taken to test feasibility of dating sod/turf.

ID: 3878, C14 ID: SI-910A Date BP: 4675 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4565, End BP: 4785

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 100, OS North: 685

Archaeologist Name: R J C Atkinson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 400-1; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 38; Antiquity, 41, 1967, 259-62; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 216; Antiquity, 44, 1970, 313-14

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Carbon Date. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Fractions of cut sod in secondary construction at Silbury Hill [Map], Avebury, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): organic matter from 0.5 to 1 mm size. Fractions taken to test feasibility of dating sod/turf.

ID: 3879, C14 ID: SI-910C Date BP: 4570 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4450, End BP: 4690

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 100, OS North: 685

Archaeologist Name: R J C Atkinson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 400-1; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 38; Antiquity, 41, 1967, 259-62; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 216; Antiquity, 44, 1970, 313-14

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Fractions of cut sod in secondary construction at Silbury Hill [Map], Avebury, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): organic matter smaller than 0.5 mm. Fractions taken to test feasibility of dating sod/turf.

ID: 3880, C14 ID: SI-910D Date BP: 4530 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 100, OS North: 685

Archaeologist Name: R J C Atkinson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 400-1; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 38; Antiquity, 41, 1967, 259-62; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 216; Antiquity, 44, 1970, 313-14

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Carbon Date. 2750BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Fossil soil (top) below stone wall at Shurton Hill, Mainland, Shetland, Scotland.

ID: 3891, C14 ID: UB-2122 Date BP: 4750 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4700, End BP: 4800

OS Letter: HU, OS East: 441, OS North: 403

Archaeologist Name: G Whittington

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 109, 1977-8 (1980), 30-5

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Carbon Date. 2584BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from old ground surface under henge bank at Durrington Walls, Wiltshire, England.

ID: 3896, C14 ID: Gro-901 Date BP: 4584 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4504, End BP: 4664

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 150, OS North: 437

Archaeologist Name: S Piggott; G J Wainwright

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 11, 1969, 288; Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 184-5; Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 172-3; Science, 127, 1958, 135; Antiq J, 47, 1967, 166-84; Antiquity, 42, 1968, 20-26; Antiquity, 33, 1959, 289-90; G Wainwright and I H Longworth 'Durrington Walls: excavations 1966-68' (1971)

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Carbon Date. 2575BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from old ground surface under henge bank at Durrington Walls, Wiltshire, England. Comment (subm): repeat of Gro-901.

ID: 3897, C14 ID: Gro-901a Date BP: 4575 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4525, End BP: 4625

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 150, OS North: 437

Archaeologist Name: S Piggott; G J Wainwright

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 11, 1969, 288; Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 184-5; Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 172-3; Science, 127, 1958, 135; Antiq J, 47, 1967, 166-84; Antiquity, 42, 1968, 20-26; Antiquity, 33, 1959, 289-90; G Wainwright and I H Longworth 'Durrington Walls: excavations 1966-68' (1971)

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Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal on top of layer through which stone socket is cut at Duntreath, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

ID: 3905, C14 ID: GX-2781 Date BP: 4810 +/- 270, Start Date BP: 4540, End BP: 5080

OS Letter: NS, OS East: 533, OS North: 807

Reference Name: Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, 1972, 38-9; Curr Archaeol, 4, 1973, 7

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Carbon Date. 2604BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pre-bank occupation with early to mid-Neolithic pottery at Marden, Wiltshire, England.

ID: 3906, C14 ID: BM-560 Date BP: 4604 +/- 59, Start Date BP: 4545, End BP: 4663

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 90, OS North: 583

Archaeologist Name: G J Wainwright

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 20-1; Antiq J, 51, 1971, 177-239; Proc Prehist Soc, 38, 1972, 389-407

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Carbon Date. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, from Lussa River, Isle of Jura, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 4039, C14 ID: BM-556 Date BP: 4620 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: NR, OS East: 645, OS North: 873

Archaeologist Name: J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 175; Quaternaria, 13, 1970, 177-85; Antiquity, 48, 1974, 65-6

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Carbon Date. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood charcoal from upper half of midden at Caisteal nan Gillean II, Oronsay, Strathclyde, Scotland. Comment (lab): humate abstract. [Ed: lab no suffix editorially added for clarity.]

ID: 4133, C14 ID: Birm-346.02 Date BP: 4920 +/- 400, Start Date BP: 4520, End BP: 5320

OS Letter: NR, OS East: 359, OS North: 880

Archaeologist Name: W G Jardine

Reference Name: Nature, 267, 1977, 138-40; P Mellars, 'Excavations on Oronsay' (Edinb UP 1987)

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Carbon Date. 2910BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pre-bank Neo occ at Windmill Hill, Avebury [Map], Wiltshire, England.

ID: 4138, C14 ID: BM-73 Date BP: 4910 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 5060

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 87, OS North: 714

Archaeologist Name: I F Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 3, 1961, 42; Smith I F, 'Windmill Hill and Avebury: excavations by Alexander Keiller 1925-39' (1965), 11 and 28

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from primary silt of ditch at Windmill Hill, Avebury [Map], Wiltshire, England.

ID: 4139, C14 ID: BM-74 Date BP: 4530 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4380, End BP: 4680

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 87, OS North: 714

Archaeologist Name: I F Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 3, 1961, 42; Smith I F, 'Windmill Hill and Avebury: excavations by Alexander Keiller 1925-39' (1965), 11 and 28

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from bottom of ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4141, C14 ID: NPL-76 Date BP: 4740 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4650, End BP: 4830

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 853, OS North: 123

Archaeologist Name: D J Bonney

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 7, 1965, 158; Proc Prehist Soc, 27, 1961, 344

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler fragments from primary rubble of ditch at Knap Hill [Map], Alton Priors, Wiltshire, England.

ID: 4142, C14 ID: BM-205 Date BP: 4710 +/- 115, Start Date BP: 4595, End BP: 4825

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 121, OS North: 636

Archaeologist Name: G Connah

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 304-5; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 60, 1965, 1-23

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal no 6, C, Ph IV at Abingdon, Berkshire, England.

ID: 4146, C14 ID: BM-353 Date BP: 4970 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4840, End BP: 5100

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 511, OS North: 983

Archaeologist Name: M Avery, H J Case

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 170-1; Ministry of Public Building and Works, Excavations Annual Report 1963, 1964, 9-10; Counc Brit Archaeol Res Rep, 44, 1982, 49

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England. Comment [Ed]: Date lies within Roman period.""

E Rose

E Anglian Archaeol, 8, 1978, 23-7

Carbon Date. 2910BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal no 3, C, Ph IIc at Abingdon, Berkshire, England.

ID: 4147, C14 ID: BM-350 Date BP: 4910 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4800, End BP: 5020

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 511, OS North: 983

Archaeologist Name: M Avery, H J Case

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 170-1; Ministry of Public Building and Works, Excavations Annual Report 1963, 1964, 9-10; Counc Brit Archaeol Res Rep, 44, 1982, 49

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Carbon Date. 2730BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal no 1, B, Ph II inner ditch at Abingdon, Berkshire, England.

ID: 4148, C14 ID: BM-348 Date BP: 4730 +/- 135, Start Date BP: 4595, End BP: 4865

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 511, OS North: 983

Archaeologist Name: M Avery, H J Case

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 170-1; Ministry of Public Building and Works, Excavations Annual Report 1963, 1964, 9-10; Counc Brit Archaeol Res Rep, 44, 1982, 49

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone collagen, no 5, C, Ph IIe at Abingdon, Berkshire, England.

ID: 4149, C14 ID: BM-352 Date BP: 4710 +/- 135, Start Date BP: 4575, End BP: 4845

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 511, OS North: 983

Archaeologist Name: M Avery, H J Case

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 170-1; Ministry of Public Building and Works, Excavations Annual Report 1963, 1964, 9-10; Counc Brit Archaeol Res Rep, 44, 1982, 49

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Carbon Date. 2600BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as charcoal & cremated bone, from deposit above primary fill in inner ditch segment at Briar Hill, Northamptonshire, England.

ID: 4153, C14 ID: HAR-3208 Date BP: 4600 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4690

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 735, OS North: 594

Archaeologist Name: H Bamford

Reference Name: Northamptonshire Archaeol, 14, 1979, 3-9; H Bamford, 'Briar Hill Excavation 1974-1978' (Archaeol Monogr 3, 1985, Northampton Devel Corp Antiquity, 60, 1986, 221-3

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from primary deposits in ditch (Phase II) at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4157, C14 ID: HAR-1886 Date BP: 4840 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4690, End BP: 4990

Abstract: Main causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6 [some refinements of above error terms here: Ed]

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Carbon Date. 2670BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pits in ditch fill (Phase IV) at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4158, C14 ID: HAR-2375 Date BP: 4670 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4570, End BP: 4770

Abstract: Main causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6 [some refinements of above error terms here: Ed]

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Carbon Date. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from primary deposits in ditch (Phase II) at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4159, C14 ID: HAR-1802 Date BP: 4560 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4470, End BP: 4650

Abstract: Main causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6 [some refinements of above error terms here: also LABNO given as HAR-1882 -- Ed]

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pits within ditch fill (Phase IV) at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4160, C14 ID: HAR-2377 Date BP: 4510 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4410, End BP: 4610

Abstract: Main causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6 [some refinements of above error terms here: Ed]

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Carbon Date. 2850BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, burnt deposits in ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4163, C14 ID: HAR-3062 Date BP: 4850 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4950

Abstract: Stepleton causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6 [error term corrected to 70 here: Ed]

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, burnt deposits in ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4164, C14 ID: HAR-3058 Date BP: 4700 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4820

Abstract: Stepleton causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6 [some refinements of above error terms here: Ed]

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Carbon Date. 2570BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, burnt deposits in ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4165, C14 ID: HAR-3060 Date BP: 4570 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4460, End BP: 4680

Abstract: Stepleton causewayed enclosure

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6 [error term corrected to 90 here -- Ed]

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Carbon Date. 2820BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Carbon from primary silt of ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4166, C14 ID: HAR-2378 Date BP: 4820 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4740, End BP: 4900

Abstract: Shroton Spur (outworks)

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from secondary rubble fill of ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4167, C14 ID: HAR-2371 Date BP: 4680 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4560, End BP: 4800

Abstract: Shroton Spur (outworks)

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6

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Carbon Date. 2630BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from secondary rubble fill of ditch at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4168, C14 ID: HAR-2372 Date BP: 4630 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4550, End BP: 4710

Abstract: Shroton Spur (outworks)

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6

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Scotland.""

A Crone

Trans Dumfries Galloway Nat Hist Antiq Soc, 58, 1983, 16-19

Carbon Date. 2520BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from posthole of bank revetment at Hambledon Hill, Dorset, England.

ID: 4169, C14 ID: HAR-2368 Date BP: 4520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4440, End BP: 4600

Abstract: Shroton Spur (outworks)

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: R Mercer, 'Hambledon Hill: a Neolithic landscape' (Edinburgh 1980 Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 85-6

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Carbon Date. 2741BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample from posthole central to palisade entrance at Orsett, Essex, England.

ID: 4171, C14 ID: BM-1213 Date BP: 4741 +/- 113, Start Date BP: 4628, End BP: 4854

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 653, OS North: 806

Archaeologist Name: J Hedges, D Buckley

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 44, 1978, 295 (219-308 Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 152-3

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Carbon Date. 2726BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample from palisade post-pipe at Orsett, Essex, England.

ID: 4172, C14 ID: BM-1378 Date BP: 4726 +/- 74, Start Date BP: 4652, End BP: 4800

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 653, OS North: 806

Archaeologist Name: J Hedges, D Buckley

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 44, 1978, 295 (219-308 Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 152-3

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Carbon Date. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample from pit behind palisade at Orsett, Essex, England.

ID: 4173, C14 ID: BM-1377 Date BP: 4620 +/- 43, Start Date BP: 4577, End BP: 4663

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 653, OS North: 806

Archaeologist Name: J Hedges, D Buckley

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 44, 1978, 295 (219-308 Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 152-3

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England.""

K Oakley

Radiocarbon, 6, 1964, 368; Nature, 184, 1959, 224-6; K Oakley et al, Catalogue of fossil hominids, vol 2, 1971, 35

Carbon Date. 2585BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample from primary silts, inner causewayed ditch at Orsett, Essex, England.

ID: 4174, C14 ID: BM-1215 Date BP: 4585 +/- 82, Start Date BP: 4503, End BP: 4667

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 653, OS North: 806

Archaeologist Name: J Hedges, D Buckley

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 44, 1978, 295 (219-308 Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 152-3

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Carbon Date. 2533BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Sample from primary silts, middle causewayed ditch at Orsett, Essex, England.

ID: 4175, C14 ID: BM-1214 Date BP: 4533 +/- 112, Start Date BP: 4421, End BP: 4645

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 653, OS North: 806

Archaeologist Name: J Hedges, D Buckley

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 44, 1978, 295 (219-308 Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 152-3

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Carbon Date. 3000BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Partly charred nutshells, in pit at Coygan Camp, Carmarthenshire, Wales.

ID: 4180, C14 ID: NPL-132 Date BP: 5000 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4905, End BP: 5095

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 284, OS North: 91

Archaeologist Name: G J Wainwright

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 10, 1968, 117; Wainwright G J, 'Coygan Camp: a prehistoric Romano-British and Dark Age settlement in Carmarthenshire', 1967

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Carbon Date. 2964BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charred wood, from Ehenside Tarn, Cumberland, England.

ID: 4181, C14 ID: C-462 Date BP: 4964 +/- 300, Start Date BP: 4664, End BP: 5264

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 0, OS North: 7

Archaeologist Name: various collectors

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 2, 1960, 70; Radiocarbon, 3, 1961, 40; Science, 113, 1951, 113; Archaeologia, 44, 1874, 273-92

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Carbon Date. 2950BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from occupation layer at Shippea Hill, Peacocks Farm, Cambridgeshire, England. Comment (lab): amalgamated with Q-528.

ID: 4184, C14 ID: Q-527 Date BP: 4950 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4830, End BP: 5070

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 64, OS North: 84

Archaeologist Name: J G D Clark

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 3, 1961, 70-1; Antiquity, 36, 1962, 10-23 and earlier refs therein

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Carbon Date. 2870BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from occupation layer, lower peat at Shippea Hill, Peacocks Farm, Cambridgeshire, England. Comment (lab): 2 samples amalgamated (Q-525 and Q-526)

ID: 4185, C14 ID: Q-525 Date BP: 4870 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4990

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 64, OS North: 84

Archaeologist Name: J G D Clark

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 3, 1961, 70-1; Antiquity, 36, 1962, 10-23 and earlier refs. therein

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Carbon Date. 2920BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pit at Hazard Hill, Totnes, Devon, England.

ID: 4186, C14 ID: BM-149 Date BP: 4920 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 5070

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 755, OS North: 595

Archaeologist Name: C H Houlder

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 10, 1968, 2; Proc Devon Archaeol Explor Soc, 21, 1963, 2-31

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from occupation level at Hazard Hill, Totnes, Devon, England.

ID: 4187, C14 ID: BM-150 Date BP: 4700 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4550, End BP: 4850

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 755, OS North: 595

Archaeologist Name: C H Houlder

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 10, 1968, 2; Proc Devon Archaeol Explor Soc, 21, 1963, 2-31

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Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Neo occupation sealed under Dark Age rampart at High Peak, Sidmouth, Devon, England.

ID: 4188, C14 ID: BM-214 Date BP: 4810 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4660, End BP: 4960

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 103, OS North: 859

Archaeologist Name: S H Pollard

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 11, 1969, 287; Proc Devon Archaeol Explor Soc, 23, 1966, 35-59; Proc Devon Archaeol Explor Soc, 25, 1967, 41

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Carbonised grain, from pit sealed by Beaker barrow at Aston-on-Trent, Derbyshire, England.

ID: 4189, C14 ID: BM-271 Date BP: 4700 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4550, End BP: 4850

OS Letter: SK, OS East: 422, OS North: 291

Archaeologist Name: D Reaney

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 11, 1969, 288; Derbyshire Archaeol J, 88, 1968, 68-81

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Carbon Date. 2690BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from posthole of house at Lough Gur, Circle L, Knockadoon, Limerick, Ireland.

ID: 4190, C14 ID: D-41 Date BP: 4690 +/- 240, Start Date BP: 4450, End BP: 4930

OS Letter: R, OS East: 642, OS North: 407

Archaeologist Name: S P O'Riordain

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 3, 1961, 33

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal with passage-grave ware sealed below barrow of passage-grave type at Townley Hall II, Louth, Ireland.

ID: 4192, C14 ID: BM-170 Date BP: 4680 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4530, End BP: 4830

OS Letter: O, OS East: 23, OS North: 758

Archaeologist Name: G Eogan

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 10, 1968, 4; J Roy Soc Antiq Ireland, 93, 1963, 37-81

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from base of peat, Peat Site 1, close to archaeol site where pottery was below peat at Ebbsfleet, Northfleet, Kent, England.

ID: 4193, C14 ID: BM-113 Date BP: 4660 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4510, End BP: 4810

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 617, OS North: 736

Archaeologist Name: D Walker

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 5, 1963, 105; Archaeol Cantiana, 74, 1960, 192-3

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Carbon Date. 2910BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Neo pit at Ballynagilly, The Corbie, Tyrone, N Ireland.

ID: 4208, C14 ID: UB-301 Date BP: 4910 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4820, End BP: 5000

OS Letter: H, OS East: 743, OS North: 837

Archaeologist Name: A M ApSimon

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 288-89; Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 105-8; Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 218-9, 599; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 97-102; J Roy Soc Antiq Ireland, 99, 1969, 165-8

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Carbon Date. 2880BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from mid-Neo hearth at Ballynagilly, The Corbie, Tyrone, N Ireland.

ID: 4209, C14 ID: UB-306 Date BP: 4880 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4770, End BP: 4990

OS Letter: H, OS East: 743, OS North: 837

Archaeologist Name: A M ApSimon

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 288-89; Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 105-8; Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 218-9, 599; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 97-102; J Roy Soc Antiq Ireland, 99, 1969, 165-8

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Carbon Date. 2775BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pebble hearth Site 12 with plain carinated W Neo bowls at Dundrum Nature Reserve, Down, N Ireland.

ID: 4219, C14 ID: UB-412 Date BP: 4775 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4635, End BP: 4915

OS Letter: J, OS East: 405, OS North: 345

Archaeologist Name: A E P Collins et al

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 451; Ulster J Archaeol, 15, 1952, 2-26; Ulster J Archaeol, 22, 1959, 5-20

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Carbon Date. 2565BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pebble hearth Site 12 with plain carinated W Neol bowls at Dundrum Nature Reserve, Down, N Ireland.

ID: 4220, C14 ID: UB-413 Date BP: 4565 +/- 135, Start Date BP: 4430, End BP: 4700

OS Letter: J, OS East: 405, OS North: 345

Archaeologist Name: A E P Collins et al

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 451; Ulster J Archaeol, 15, 1952, 2-26; Ulster J Archaeol, 22, 1959, 5-20

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Carbon Date. 2715BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal large burnt plank (id as Corylus) in ditch or pit with Windmill Hill type pottery at Cherhill, Wiltshire, England.

ID: 4222, C14 ID: BM-493 Date BP: 4715 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4625, End BP: 4805

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 31, OS North: 701

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 174; Archaeol Rev (CBA Groups 12/13), 2, 1967, 8-9; Proc Prehist Soc, 49, 1983, 43-117

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Carbon Date. 2835BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pit F(L) 162, W Neo pot at Ballynagilly, Tyrone, N Ireland.

ID: 4226, C14 ID: UB-625 Date BP: 4835 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4780, End BP: 4890

OS Letter: H, OS East: 743, OS North: 837

Archaeologist Name: A M ApSimon

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 288-89; Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 105-8; Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 218-19, 599; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 97-102; J Roy Soc Antiq Ireland, 99, 1969, 165-8

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Carbon Date. 2579BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Oak, from pit 40, layer 6 at Broome Heath, Ditchingham, Norfolk, England.

ID: 4235, C14 ID: BM-757 Date BP: 4579 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4514, End BP: 4644

OS Letter: TM, OS East: 344, OS North: 912

Archaeologist Name: G J Wainwright

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 26; Proc Prehist Soc, 38, 1972, 1-97

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Carbon Date. 2523BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as Oak, from pit 29, layer 4 at Broome Heath, Ditchingham, Norfolk, England.

ID: 4236, C14 ID: BM-756 Date BP: 4523 +/- 67, Start Date BP: 4456, End BP: 4590

OS Letter: TM, OS East: 344, OS North: 912

Archaeologist Name: G J Wainwright

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 26; Proc Prehist Soc, 38, 1972, 1-97

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Carbon Date. 2705BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Burnt hazel shells, from PI54 at South Cadbury Castle, Somerset, England. [Ed: TLDs from site are OxTL 66c 2, 5300 BP 800; OxTL 66c 3 5250 BP 800.]

ID: 4238, C14 ID: I-5972 Date BP: 4705 +/- 115, Start Date BP: 4590, End BP: 4820

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 62, OS North: 25

Archaeologist Name: L Alcock

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 186; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 52-6; Antiquity, 46, 1972, 37; Alcock L, 'By South Cadbury is that Camelot' (1972), 112

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Carbon Date. 2903BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, from top 1.50m of Shaft 97A at Eaton Heath, Norwich, Norfolk, England.

ID: 4248, C14 ID: BM-774 Date BP: 4903 +/- 56, Start Date BP: 4847, End BP: 4959

OS Letter: TG, OS East: 209, OS North: 60

Archaeologist Name: G J Wainwright

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 31-2; Archaeol J, 130, 1973, 1-43, esp. 13, 9, 12

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Carbon Date. 2999BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from posthole, Site D, feature 50 at Carn Brea, Redruth, Cornwall, England.

ID: 4251, C14 ID: BM-825 Date BP: 4999 +/- 64, Start Date BP: 4935, End BP: 5063

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 684, OS North: 407

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 37; Fowler P J (ed), 'Recent work in Rural Archaeology', (Bradford-on-Avon, 1975), 30; Cornish Archaeol, 20, 1981, 1-204

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Carbon Date. 2697BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from beneath collapsed stones, Site E at Carn Brea, Redruth, Cornwall, England.

ID: 4252, C14 ID: BM-824 Date BP: 4697 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4637, End BP: 4757

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 684, OS North: 407

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, vol 18, 1976, 37; Fowler P J (ed), 'Recent work in Rural Archaeology' (Bradford-on-Avon, 1975), 30; Cornish Archaeol, 20, 1981, 1-204

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Carbon Date. 2561BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from hearth with Neo sherds, Site A at Carn Brea, Redruth, Cornwall, England.

ID: 4253, C14 ID: BM-823 Date BP: 4561 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 4514, End BP: 4608

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 684, OS North: 407

Archaeologist Name: R J Mercer

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 37; Fowler P J (ed), 'Recent work in Rural Archaeology' (Bradford-on-Avon, 1975), 30; Cornish Archaeol, 20, 1981, 1-204

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from foundation trench of early Neo 'house' at Fengate, Padholme Road, Cambridge, England.

ID: 4254, C14 ID: GaK-4196 Date BP: 4960 +/- 64, Start Date BP: 4896, End BP: 5024

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 213, OS North: 989

Archaeologist Name: F Pryor

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 17, 1975, 229; Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 405-6; Durobrivae, 1, 1973, 18; F Pryor, 'Excavation at Fengate, Peterborough, England: the first report' (Toronto, 1974 idem, ...second report, 1978, 226; Brit Archaeol Rep, 33, 1976, 33

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Carbon Date. 2686BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Nuts, assoc with 'true false-relief' sherds, pit BF15 at Meldon Bridge, near Peebles, Borders Region, Scotland.

ID: 4285, C14 ID: SRR-644 Date BP: 4686 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4596, End BP: 4776

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 205, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: C Burgess

Reference Name: Brit Archaeol Rep, 33, 1976, 151-79, esp. 158 and 168

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Carbon Date. 2676BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Nuts and charcoal from domestic pit BF14 at Meldon Bridge, near Peebles, Borders Region, Scotland.

ID: 4286, C14 ID: SRR-643 Date BP: 4676 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 4496, End BP: 4856

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 205, OS North: 404

Archaeologist Name: C Burgess

Reference Name: Brit Archaeol Rep, 33, 1976, 151-79, esp. 158 and 168

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from destruction phase at Balbridie, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 4314, C14 ID: GU-1037 Date BP: 4930 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4860, End BP: 5000

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 733, OS North: 959

Archaeologist Name: N Reynolds, I Ralston

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scot, 1979, 76; Discovery Excav Scot, 1981, 15-16; Curr Archaeol, 6 (11), 1980, 326-8; Aberdeen Univ Rev, 168, 1982, 238-49; Antiquity, 67, 1993, 313-23

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from destruction phase at Balbridie, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 4315, C14 ID: GU-1035 Date BP: 4840 +/- 155, Start Date BP: 4685, End BP: 4995

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 733, OS North: 959

Archaeologist Name: N Reynolds, I Ralston

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scot, 1979, 76 Discovery Excav Scot, 1981, 15-16Curr Archaeol, 6 (11), 1980, 326-8 Aberdeen Univ Rev, 168, 1982, 238-49; Antiquity, 67, 1993, 313-23

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Carbon Date. 2740BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from destruction phase at Balbridie, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 4316, C14 ID: GU-1036 Date BP: 4740 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4870

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 733, OS North: 959

Archaeologist Name: N Reynolds, I Ralston

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scot, 1979, 76; Discovery Excav Scot, 1981, 15-16; Curr Archaeol, 6 (11), 1980, 326-8; Aberdeen Univ Rev, 168, 1982, 238-49; Antiquity, 67, 1993, 313-23

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from North wall at Ballyglass (Ma.13), County Mayo, Ireland.

ID: 4318, C14 ID: SI-1450 Date BP: 4680 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4585, End BP: 4775

OS Letter: G, OS East: 97, OS North: 381

Archaeologist Name: S O Nuallain

Reference Name: J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 102, 1972, 49-57 (site J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 106, 1976, 114 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 2960BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from centre of facade bedding trench at Willerby Wold, Bridlington, Yorkshire East Riding, England.

ID: 4340, C14 ID: BM-189 Date BP: 4960 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4810, End BP: 5110

OS Letter: TA, OS East: 29, OS North: 761

Archaeologist Name: T G Manby

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 11, 1969, 287; Proc Prehist Soc, 29, 1963, 173-205; Antiquity, 41, 1967, 306-7

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Carbon Date. 2900BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from base of \crematorium\"" deposit at Willerby Wold

ID: 4341, C14 ID: BM-188 Date BP: 4900 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 5050

OS Letter: TA, OS East: 29, OS North: 761

Archaeologist Name: Bridlington

Reference Name: Yorkshire East Riding

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Carbon Date. 2760BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal on buried soil surface under mound at South Street [Map], Avebury, Wiltshire, England.

ID: 4342, C14 ID: BM-356 Date BP: 4760 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4630, End BP: 4890

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 90, OS North: 692

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 171-2; Antiquity, 42, 1968, 138-42; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 144-5

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Carbon Date. 2700BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as Bos sp, on ditch bottom in coarse chalk primary fill at South Street [Map], Avebury, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): collagen fraction used

ID: 4343, C14 ID: BM-357 Date BP: 4700 +/- 135, Start Date BP: 4565, End BP: 4835

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 90, OS North: 692

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 171-2; Antiquity, 42, 1968, 138-42; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 144-5

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Carbon Date. 2620BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler on ditch bottom in coarse chalk primary fill at South Street [Map], Avebury, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): Collagen fraction used

ID: 4344, C14 ID: BM-358a Date BP: 4620 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4760

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 90, OS North: 692

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 171-2; Antiquity, 42, 1968, 138-42; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 144-5

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Carbon Date. 2530BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler embedded in mound at South Street [Map], Avebury, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): Collagen fraction used

ID: 4345, C14 ID: BM-358b Date BP: 4530 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 90, OS North: 692

Archaeologist Name: J G Evans

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 171-2; Antiquity, 42, 1968, 138-42; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 144-5

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Carbon Date. 2680BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from post-holes of 2nd forecourt building at Nutbane, Penton Mewsey, Andover, Hampshire, England.

ID: 4346, C14 ID: BM-49 Date BP: 4680 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4530, End BP: 4830

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 330, OS North: 495

Archaeologist Name: F de M Vatcher

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 2, 1960, 28; Antiquity, 32, 1958, 104-11

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from bedding trench, E facade at Kilham, Bridlington, Yorkshire ER, England.

ID: 4352, C14 ID: BM-293 Date BP: 4830 +/- 125, Start Date BP: 4705, End BP: 4955

OS Letter: TA, OS East: 55, OS North: 673

Archaeologist Name: T G Manby

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 170; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 50-3

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler protein, id as antler pick, from base of bedding trench, E entrance at Normanton Down, Amesbury, Wiltshire, England.

ID: 4353, C14 ID: BM-505 Date BP: 4510 +/- 103, Start Date BP: 4407, End BP: 4613

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 115, OS North: 411

Archaeologist Name: F M Vatcher

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 174; Proc Prehist Soc, 27, 1961, 160-73

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Carbon Date. 2893BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Neolithic pit at Ascott-under-Wychwood [Map], Oxfordshire, England.

ID: 4355, C14 ID: BM-491b Date BP: 4893 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4823, End BP: 4963

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 299, OS North: 175

Archaeologist Name: D Benson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 19-20; Evans J G, in Simpson D D A (ed) 'Economy and Settlement in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Britain and Europe', 1971, 65

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Carbon Date. 2735BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from soil surface at Ascott-under-Wychwood [Map], Oxfordshire, England.

ID: 4356, C14 ID: BM-492 Date BP: 4735 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4665, End BP: 4805

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 299, OS North: 175

Archaeologist Name: D Benson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 19-20; Evans J G, in Simpson D D A (ed) 'Economy and Settlement in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Britain and Europe', 1971, 65

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Carbon Date. 2942BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from burnt structure at Ascott-under-Wychwood [Map], Oxfordshire, England.

ID: 4359, C14 ID: BM-832 Date BP: 4942 +/- 74, Start Date BP: 4868, End BP: 5016

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 299, OS North: 175

Archaeologist Name: D Benson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 19-20; Evans J G in Simpson D D A (ed) 'Economy and Settlement in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Britain and Europe', 1971, 65

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Carbon Date. 2714BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from upper levels of ditch at Ascott-under-Wychwood [Map], Oxfordshire, England.

ID: 4360, C14 ID: BM-837 Date BP: 4714 +/- 166, Start Date BP: 4548, End BP: 4880

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 299, OS North: 175

Archaeologist Name: D Benson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 19-20; Evans J G, in Simpson D D A (ed) 'Economy and Settlement in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Britain and Europe', 1971, 65

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Carbon Date. 2959BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Basal charcoal layer under mound at Fochabers - Boghead Mound - Speymouth Forest, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 4365, C14 ID: SRR-689 Date BP: 4959 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4849, End BP: 5069

OS Letter: NJ, OS East: 359, OS North: 592

Archaeologist Name: Burl/Henshall

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scot, 1975, 33; Discovery Excav Scot, 1974, 84; Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 114, 1984, 35-73

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Carbon Date. 2946BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal in central pit under mound at Fochabers - Boghead Mound - Speymouth Forest, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 4366, C14 ID: SRR-683 Date BP: 4946 +/- 175, Start Date BP: 4771, End BP: 5121

OS Letter: NJ, OS East: 359, OS North: 592

Archaeologist Name: Burl/Henshall

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scot, 1975, 33; Discovery Excav Scot, 1974, 84; Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 114, 1984, 35-73

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Carbon Date. 2898BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Basal charcoal layer under mound at Fochabers - Boghead Mound - Speymouth Forest, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 4367, C14 ID: SRR-686 Date BP: 4898 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4838, End BP: 4958

OS Letter: NJ, OS East: 359, OS North: 592

Archaeologist Name: Burl/Henshall

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scot, 1975, 33; Discovery Excav Scot, 1974, 84; Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 114, 1984, 35-73

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Carbon Date. 2823BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood from original land surface under mound at Fochabers - Boghead Mound - Speymouth Forest, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 4368, C14 ID: SRR-684 Date BP: 4823 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4763, End BP: 4883

OS Letter: NJ, OS East: 359, OS North: 592

Archaeologist Name: Burl/Henshall

Reference Name: Discovery Excav Scot, 1975, 33; Discovery Excav Scot, 1974, 84; Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 114, 1984, 35-73

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Carbon Date. 2660BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as charred wood, from burning of Ph II mortuary structure at Dalladies Farm, Fettercairn, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Comment (subm): 2 samples from opposite sides.

ID: 4372, C14 ID: SRR-289 Date BP: 4660 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4710

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 627, OS North: 673

Archaeologist Name: S Piggott

Reference Name: Antiquity, 47, 1973, 32-6; Curr Archaeol, 3, 1972, 295-7; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 104, 1971-2 (1974), 23-47

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Carbon Date. 2535BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as charred wood, from burning of Ph II mortuary structure at Dalladies Farm, Fettercairn, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Comment (subm): 2 samples from opposite sides.

ID: 4373, C14 ID: SRR-290 Date BP: 4535 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 4480, End BP: 4590

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 627, OS North: 673

Archaeologist Name: S Piggott

Reference Name: Antiquity, 47, 1973, 32-6; Curr Archaeol, 3, 1972, 295-7; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 104, 1971-2 (1974), 23-47

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Carbon Date. 2710BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone jaws and teeth, id as pig, in facade of bedding trench at Hanging Grimstone, Yorkshire, England. Coll S Pierpoint.

ID: 4375, C14 ID: HAR-2160 Date BP: 4710 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4620, End BP: 4800

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 810, OS North: 608

Archaeologist Name: J R Mortimer 1905 / S Pierpoint 1978

Reference Name: Antiquity, 53, 1979, 224; J R Mortimer, 'Forty years' researches in British and Saxon burial mounds...' (1905), 110

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Carbon Date. 2560BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal, from 1ft (300mm) from bottom of inner ditch of mortuary enclosure at Aldwincle, Northamptonshire, England. Coll D A Jackson.

ID: 4376, C14 ID: HAR-1411 Date BP: 4560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4490, End BP: 4630

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 996, OS North: 803

Archaeologist Name: D A Jackson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 374-5; Northamptonshire Archaeol, 11, 1976, 12-70; Northamptonshire Archaeol, 12, 1977, 183

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Carbon Date. 2810BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from old ground surface under mound at Pitnacree, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland.

ID: 4378, C14 ID: GaK-601 Date BP: 4810 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4720, End BP: 4900

OS Letter: NN, OS East: 928, OS North: 533

Archaeologist Name: J M Coles

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 31, 1965, 34-57

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Carbon Date. 2910BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Antler, id as red deer, on floor of inner ditch (phase 1) at Grindale, Barrow 1, Bridlington, N Humberside, England.

ID: 4380, C14 ID: HAR-269 Date BP: 4910 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4790, End BP: 5030

OS Letter: TA, OS East: 151, OS North: 707

Archaeologist Name: T G Manby

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 402-3; Yorkshire Archaeol J, 52, 1980, 19-47 (esp. 27)

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Carbon Date. 2510BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal over silting of inner ditch (phase 2) at Grindale, Barrow 1, Bridlington, N Humberside, England.

ID: 4381, C14 ID: HAR-266 Date BP: 4510 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4420, End BP: 4600

OS Letter: TA, OS East: 151, OS North: 707

Archaeologist Name: T G Manby

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 402-3; Yorkshire Archaeol J, 52, 1980, 19-47 (esp. 27)

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from infilling of central hengiform structure of Barrow 1 at Boynton, High Easton, Bridlington, N Humberside, England.

ID: 4383, C14 ID: HAR-268 Date BP: 4840 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4760, End BP: 4920

OS Letter: TA, OS East: 159, OS North: 708

Archaeologist Name: T G Manby

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 403; Yorkshire Archaeol J, 52, 1980, 19-47

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Carbon Date. 2840BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pit under cairn E at Chatton Sandyford, Northumberland, England.

ID: 4387, C14 ID: GaK-1507 Date BP: 4840 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4750, End BP: 4930

OS Letter: NU, OS East: 10, OS North: 26

Archaeologist Name: G Jobey

Reference Name: Archaeol Aeliana, ser 4, 46, 1968, 5-50

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Carbon Date. 2770BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Wood, id as branch, from clearance just before building, Barrow II at Wayland's Smithy [Map], Ashbury, Berkshire, England. [Ed: discrepancy noted in lab nos: some sources give I-2328 for this determination; but that appears to clash with dates for Stonehenge.]

ID: 4388, C14 ID: I-1468 Date BP: 4770 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4640, End BP: 4900

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 281, OS North: 854

Archaeologist Name: R J C Atkinson

Reference Name: Antiquity, 39, 1965, 126-33; Proc Prehist Soc, 57(2), 1991, 61-101

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Carbon Date. 2745BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from same source as UB-358 (humic acid from basal sod-like layer) at Knowth, Meath, Ireland. Comment (lab): two combined charcoal samples

ID: 4400, C14 ID: UB-357 Date BP: 4745 +/- 165, Start Date BP: 4580, End BP: 4910

OS Letter: N, OS East: 996, OS North: 734

Archaeologist Name: G Eogan, P Q Dresser

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 453; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 33-4; Proc Roy Ir Acad, 74C, 1974, 11-112; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 97-102; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 8-14

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Carbon Date. 2875BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from scatter beneath mound of small passage grave to E of main mound at Knowth, Meath, Ireland.

ID: 4401, C14 ID: UB-318 Date BP: 4875 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4725, End BP: 5025

OS Letter: N, OS East: 996, OS North: 734

Archaeologist Name: G Eogan, P Q Dresser

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 453; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 33-4; Proc Roy Ir Acad, 74C, 1974, 11-112; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 97-102; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 8-14

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Carbon Date. 2795BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from similar location to UB-318 (charcoal, pretreated, from scatter beneath mound of small passage grave to E of main mound) at Knowth, Meath, Ireland.

ID: 4402, C14 ID: UB-319 Date BP: 4795 +/- 185, Start Date BP: 4610, End BP: 4980

OS Letter: N, OS East: 996, OS North: 734

Archaeologist Name: G Eogan, P Q Dresser

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 453; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 33-4; Proc Roy Ir Acad, 74C, 1974, 11-112; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 97-102; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 8-14

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Carbon Date. 2535BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Humic acid from basal sod layer at Newgrange, Meath, Ireland.

ID: 4403, C14 ID: UB-361 Date BP: 4535 +/- 105, Start Date BP: 4430, End BP: 4640

OS Letter: O, OS East: 6, OS North: 728

Archaeologist Name: P Q Dresser

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 452; Radiocarbon, 14, 1972, 73-4; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 140-1; Antiquity, 46, 1972, 226-7

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Carbon Date. 2930BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal below cairn, on top of till, associated with W Neolithic pottery at Carnanbane, Ballybriest, Tyrone, N Ireland.

ID: 4408, C14 ID: UB-534 Date BP: 4930 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4850, End BP: 5010

OS Letter: H, OS East: 762, OS North: 885

Archaeologist Name: A M ApSimon and E E Evans

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 15, 1973, 219-20

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Carbon Date. 2860BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Carbon from under W slab of main axial chamber at Glenvoidean, N Bute, Scotland.

ID: 4409, C14 ID: I-5974 Date BP: 4860 +/- 115, Start Date BP: 4745, End BP: 4975

Abstract: Multiperiod site

Archaeologist Name: D B Taylor and D N Marshall

Reference Name: Discovery Excav in Scotland, 1971, 14-15; Curr Archaeol 3, 1972, 300; Proc Soc Antiq Scot, 108, 1976-7, 1-39

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Carbon Date. 2830BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Chamber 3 of gallery at Ballymacdermot, Armagh, Ireland.

ID: 4412, C14 ID: UB-694 Date BP: 4830 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4735, End BP: 4925

OS Letter: J, OS East: 63, OS North: 238

Archaeologist Name: A E P Collins & B C S Wilson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 292; Radiocarbon, 16, 1974, 270-2; Ulster J Archaeol, 27, 1964, 3-22

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Carbon Date. 2715BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from Chamber 1 of gallery at Ballymacdermot, Armagh, Ireland.

ID: 4413, C14 ID: UB-698 Date BP: 4715 +/- 190, Start Date BP: 4525, End BP: 4905

OS Letter: J, OS East: 63, OS North: 238

Archaeologist Name: A E P Collins & B C S Wilson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 12, 1970, 292; Radiocarbon, 16, 1974, 270-2; Ulster J Archaeol, 27, 1964, 3-22

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Carbon Date. 2983BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Carbonised wood, from pit 14 associated with sherds and cremated bone at Raigmore, Highland, Scotland.

ID: 4420, C14 ID: SRR-188 Date BP: 4983 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4853, End BP: 5113

OS Letter: NH, OS East: 687, OS North: 456

Archaeologist Name: D D A Simpson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 16, 1974, 250

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Carbon Date. 2732BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Carbonised wood, from pit 11 associated with sherds and cremated bone at Raigmore, Highland, Scotland.

ID: 4421, C14 ID: SRR-187 Date BP: 4732 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4642, End BP: 4822

OS Letter: NH, OS East: 687, OS North: 456

Archaeologist Name: D D A Simpson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 16, 1974, 250

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Carbon Date. 2970BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone from charnel chamber at Pen-y-Wyrlod, Talgarth, Powys, Wales.

ID: 4422, C14 ID: HAR-674 Date BP: 4970 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4890, End BP: 5050

OS Letter: SO, OS East: 151, OS North: 316

Archaeologist Name: D D A Simpson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 19, 1977, 417; Antiquity, 47, 1973, 187-92; Curr Archaeol, 5(4), 1976, 121-2

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Carbon Date. 2852BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal antedating construction of Site 8 at Knowth, Meath, Ireland.

ID: 4423, C14 ID: BM-1076 Date BP: 4852 +/- 71, Start Date BP: 4781, End BP: 4923

OS Letter: N, OS East: 996, OS North: 734

Archaeologist Name: G Eogan, P Q Dresser

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 13, 1971, 453; Radiocarbon, 18, 1976, 33-4; Proc Roy Ir Acad, 74C, 1974, 11-112; Antiquity, 45, 1971, 97-102; Antiquity, 43, 1969, 8-14

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Carbon Date. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Organic-rich soil, from Stratum 1 area III, layer 69 at Quanterness [Map], Mainland, Orkney, Scotland. [Ed: TL date OxTL-189a on sherds from main chamber gave 4320 250.]

ID: 4426, C14 ID: Q-1294 Date BP: 4590 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 4515, End BP: 4665

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 417, OS North: 129

Archaeologist Name: C Renfrew

Reference Name: Antiquity, 50, 1976, 194-203; Renfrew C, 'Investigations in Orkney' (1979), 73-4; 'The Prehistory of Orkney', 1985

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Carbon Date. 2540BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Bone, id as femur, Stratum 3, area II, layer 22 at Quanterness [Map], Mainland, Orkney, Scotland.

ID: 4427, C14 ID: Q-1363 Date BP: 4540 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 4430, End BP: 4650

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 417, OS North: 129

Archaeologist Name: C Renfrew

Reference Name: Antiquity, 50, 1976, 194-203; Renfrew C, 'The Prehistory of Orkney', 1985

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Carbon Date. 2590BC. Late Neolithic

Report: Charcoal from pits on southern side of cairn and contemporary with its use at Gwernvale, Crickhowell, Powys, Wales. Comment (ed): see also CAR-114.

ID: 4451, C14 ID: CAR-116 Date BP: 4590 +/- 75,