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Carbon Date. 1755BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Pewis Marsh (Pewis 1)- Plant macrofossil; twig bark intact, -1.29 - -1.34m OD; sample PEWIS 1.4 comprised two plant macrofossils (a and b, although PEWIS 1.4a failed) taken from a 5cm slice of Woody peat (unit C), 30-35cm below a contact with organic-rich clay. The solid geology of the area around Pewis Marsh is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is close to the surface (within 0.5m). Pollen assemblages around the sample indicate successional reversal from poor fen (dominated by Betula) to fen carr (dominated by Alnus glutinosa) at the time of Sediment deposition.

ID: 9357, C14 ID: GrA-22409 Date BP: 3755 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3720

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

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

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

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Carbonised residue; this is a ditch section of an early Bronze Age ditch, with a steep side to the south and more sloping side to the north. Lower fill (T568) of yellow silty sand with sparse Charcoal flecks. Two sherds of Beaker (18g) were present. There was no intrusion or residuality. The valley gravels were overlain with sandy acidic subsoils and topsoils. The feature was cut into sand (upper fill) and gravel (lower fill and base). The feature was approximately 0.4m from the ground surface.

ID: 9119, C14 ID: OxA-12882 Date BP: 3580 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Burnt Mound

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

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

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Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 9123, C14 ID: GrA-24697 Date BP: 3830 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3770

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

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

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Carbon Date. 1835BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the earliest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, sealed beneath other burnt spread layers, which arc around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9140, C14 ID: GrA-23700 Date BP: 3835 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3875, End BP: 3795

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1850BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the latest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, which overlay other burnt spread layers around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of Charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9141, C14 ID: GrA-23698 Date BP: 3850 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3810

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Animal bone; the animal bone was recovered from peaty silt context 129, around the timber bridge structure; many bones had butchery marks.

ID: 9142, C14 ID: GrA-23589 Date BP: 3840 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3790

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: bones and timbers from the palaeochannel

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1925BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Animal bone; the animal bone was recovered from peaty silt context 129, around the timber bridge structure; many bones had butchery marks.

ID: 9145, C14 ID: GrA-23585 Date BP: 3925 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3970, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: bones and timbers from the palaeochannel

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1971BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Wood; following the disintegration of timber 36, which was regarded as evidence of site clearance immediately before burnt mound activity began, waterlogged macrofossils were selected from pollen tin 107, which sampled the layer of blue-grey clay (173) into which the 'cleared branch' (timber 36) was dumped.

ID: 9152, C14 ID: OxA-12585 Date BP: 3971 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 4005, End BP: 3937

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1877BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the latest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, which overlay other burnt spread layers around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of Charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9153, C14 ID: OxA-12573 Date BP: 3877 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3911, End BP: 3843

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Rye (Pannel Farm)- Peat; .58 - 0.62m OD; this sample is taken from a unit of medium brown peat (D) containing abundant Woody detritus, immediately below the contact with grey-brown silty peat (C). The solid geology of the area around Pannel Farm is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 1m of the modern ground surface. The depth from which the sample is taken (220-22cm) precludes any possibility of contamination by modern rootlet penetration. A pollen assemblage analysed from 215cm indicates relatively dense alder fen carr vegetation surrounded the site around the time the peat was accumulating.

ID: 9367, C14 ID: GrN-28100 Date BP: 3510 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3460

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

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

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

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Carbon Date. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; plus acorns, Quercus sp., bulk; from the dark loamy sand fill of a sub-oval pit with moderately sloping sides and a flat base. Finds (from the upper fill only) included 176 sherds of Beaker pottery (1690g), burnt flint, heathstone, worked flint, fired clay, animal bone, and charred acorns.

ID: 9000, C14 ID: GrN-28063 Date BP: 3820 +/- 25, Start Date BP: 3845, End BP: 3795

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

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

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Carbon Date. 1825BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry- Grain; acorns, Quercus sp., bulk sample; from the dark loamy sand fill of a sub-oval pit with moderately sloping sides and a flat base. Finds (from the upper fill only) included 176 sherds of Beaker pottery (1690g), burnt flint, heathstone, worked flint, fired clay, animal bone, and charred acorns.

ID: 9001, C14 ID: GrN-28062 Date BP: 3825 +/- 25, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

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

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Wood; one of several alder planks lining the base of a circular cut (the trough); these could be a later addition to the trough (charcoal was found behind the planks), but (unlike oak) they could not have remained in use for long.

ID: 9159, C14 ID: GU-5983 Date BP: 3890 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Wood; one of several alder planks lining the base of a circular cut (the trough); these could be a later addition to the trough (charcoal was found behind the planks), but (unlike oak) they could not have remained in use for long.

ID: 9160, C14 ID: GU-5984 Date BP: 3800 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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

Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Wood; one of several alder planks lining the base of a circular cut (the trough); these could be a later addition to the trough (charcoal was found behind the planks), but (unlike oak) they could not have remained in use for long.

ID: 9161, C14 ID: GU-5994 Date BP: 3640 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Wood; one of several alder planks lining the base of a circular cut (the trough); these could be a later addition to the trough (charcoal was found behind the planks), but (unlike oak) they could not have remained in use for long.

ID: 9162, C14 ID: GU-5995 Date BP: 3730 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; Charcoal within the cut of hearth feature 329, which represents the final heating episode of the hearth and may be contemporary with the final heating episode of the trough. The compact nature of the fill (particularly sample 111) suggests it is likely to be in situ burning.

ID: 9163, C14 ID: GU-5986 Date BP: 3940 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4040, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal found within the cut of hearth feature 318. Stones lining the feature were reddened on their upper faces (ie burnt in situ). The charcoal represents the final heating episode of the hearth and may be contemporary with the final heating episode of the trough. Charcoal from fill 317 is more likely to represent the final heating episode; charcoal in fill 315 may be reworked.

ID: 9164, C14 ID: GU-5985 Date BP: 3890 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1554BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 9272, C14 ID: OxA-13054 Date BP: 3554 +/- 27, Start Date BP: 3581, End BP: 3527

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

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

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Carbon Date. 1526BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 9275, C14 ID: OxA-13041 Date BP: 3526 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3558, End BP: 3494

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

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

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the latest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, which overlay other burnt spread layers around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of Charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9165, C14 ID: GrA-24519 Date BP: 3890 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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

Carbon Date. 1850BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the latest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, which overlay other burnt spread layers around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of Charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9166, C14 ID: GrA-24516 Date BP: 3850 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1913BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the latest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, which overlay other burnt spread layers around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of Charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9167, C14 ID: OxA-12959 Date BP: 3913 +/- 36, Start Date BP: 3949, End BP: 3877

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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

Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the earliest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, sealed beneath other burnt spread layers, which arc around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9168, C14 ID: GrA-24520 Date BP: 3700 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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

Carbon Date. 1765BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the earliest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, sealed beneath other burnt spread layers, which arc around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9169, C14 ID: OxA-12958 Date BP: 3765 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3799, End BP: 3731

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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

Carbon Date. 1725BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal from the earliest layer of shattered stone and charcoal, sealed beneath other burnt spread layers, which arc around the timber-lined trough. Charcoals from these spreads are thought to represent the 'working life' of the trough. Definition between the layers of burnt material was not clear (often relying on slight changes in colour, density, and shifts in proportions of charcoal to silt etc) but they were all well-compacted enough to suggest they were not residual or reworked.

ID: 9170, C14 ID: OxA-12957 Date BP: 3725 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3759, End BP: 3691

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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

Carbon Date. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; charcoal found at the base of the trough, lining the wall of the cut, and thought to represent the final use of the trough.

ID: 9171, C14 ID: GU-5987 Date BP: 3870 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3920, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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

Carbon Date. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Birstall Watermead Country Park- Charcoal; harcoal found at the base of the trough, lining the wall of the cut, and thought to represent the final use of the trough.

ID: 9172, C14 ID: GU-5988 Date BP: 3880 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 3830

Abstract: Birstall Watermead Country Park: burnt mound sequence

Archaeologist Name: S Ripper

Reference Name: Ripper, S, 2004 Bodies, burnt mounds and bridges: a riverine landscape at Watermead Park,Birstall,Leicestershire,ULAS report, 2004-48

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: St Osyth Lodge Farm- Carbonised residue; on sherd of Mildenhall Ware (<5g); the sample came from a small pit 1189, 0.87m long, 0.8m wide, and 0.35m deep, containing two deposits (1190 and 1191), located within the interior of the causewayed enclosure. The pit contained 73g of Mildenhall Ware and 16g of worked flint. The top deposit 1191, from which the sherd comes, contain most of the finds and fills the bulk of the feature. 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 acidic sand and gravel. The primary deposit 1990 is a light yellowish brown deposit of loose silt sand. The bottom of the pit was c 1m above the watertable.

ID: 9286, C14 ID: OxA-12978 Date BP: 3800 +/- 650, Start Date BP: 4450, End BP: 3150

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. 1565BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 9298, C14 ID: OxA-13057 Date BP: 3565 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3593, End BP: 3537

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

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

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Carbon Date. 1569BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 9300, C14 ID: OxA-13040 Date BP: 3569 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3602, End BP: 3536

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

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

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 9301, C14 ID: GrA-24844 Date BP: 3550 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3510

Abstract: St Osyth Lodge Farm: B (cremations)

Archaeologist Name: M Germany

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

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Carbon Date. 1888BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 9069, C14 ID: OxA-12492 Date BP: 3888 +/- 36, Start Date BP: 3924, End BP: 3852

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: Intrinsic Interest (Charred Plants)

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

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

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Carbon Date. 1900BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: Ripon Hanson Quarry- Wood; the sample was part of a larger log (60 x 25 x 15cm) from the upper 1m of gravel. This sample comes from the upper gravel sequence that has been sampled for OSL dates of a site about 100m away and at about the same stratigraphic level. The gravels in which it was found are thought to be of mid-Holocene age from shell fragments within the gravels. We have also extracted a 1m monolith about 25m from the site of the Wood. This shows dark grey clay that grades upwards into a series of thin sand layers and clay. This appears to be Sediment from an abandoned meander. The Wood was found near the top of the gravels that underlie this Sediment.

ID: 9311, C14 ID: GU-5998 Date BP: 3900 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3950, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Ripon Hanson Quarry

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. 1896BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: Brown Potter Quarry- Wood; the sample is derived from a 3cm thick horizon of detrital plant macrofossils, which forms an extensive sheet of Sediment across the site (exposed over an area of c 30 x 50m). The deposit is interbedded within a sequence of fluviatile sands and gravels, and records a temporary period of reduced energy conditions at the study site.

ID: 9320, C14 ID: OxA-12748 Date BP: 3896 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3927, End BP: 3865

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: Brown Potter Quarry

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. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands: F45, Nosterfield- Wood; a Russian core and monolith tins were used to sample organic from a collapsed feature labelled 'F45' at the Nosterfield sand and gravel quarry. The pit from which the samples were taken has since been stripped by the gravel company. The pits or collapsed features are interpreted as 'probably natural features within the already forming fluvioglacial gravels bordering the River Ure' (Tipping 2000). The section occurs in a gravel quarry, where it was exposed temporarily during quarry excavation. The collapse features probably formed in the gravels as a result of cavern collapse in the underlying limestone. The collapse features would then quickly fill up with Sediment.

ID: 9334, C14 ID: GrA-25355 Date BP: 4000 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4050, End BP: 3950

Abstract: Swale-Ure Washlands: F45, Nosterfield

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

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

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Carbon Date. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Pewis Marsh (Pewis 1)- Peat; -1.29 - -1.34m OD; as GrN-27877

ID: 9350, C14 ID: GrN-27914 Date BP: 3860 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3960, End BP: 3760

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

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

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

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Carbon Date. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: Pewis Marsh (Pewis 1)- Peat; -1.29 - -1.34m OD, pH 7.8, 76.0% LOI; sample Pewis 1.3 is taken from a unit of Woody Peat (unit C), 30-35cm below a contact with organic-rich clay (unit B). The solid geology of the area around Pewis Marsh is the Hastings Bed Group (mainly sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is close to the surface (within 0.5m). The depth from which the sample is taken (2.60-2.65m) precludes any possibility of modern rootlet penetration. Pollen assemblages around the sample indicate successional reversal from poor fen (dominated by Betula) to fen carr (dominated by Alnus glutinosa) at the time of Sediment deposition.

ID: 9353, C14 ID: GrN-27877 Date BP: 3960 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3990, End BP: 3930

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

Archaeologist Name: A J Long

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

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Carbon Date. 1655BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged wood; this sample was obtained from hand-augering through the centre of the peat-filled hollow, from a depth of 1.68m below the stripped surface, and is in the earliest part of the sequence. There was no evidence for disturbance or intrusion, but shallow, modern land drains had been constructed over part of the peat-filled surface. The local geology was valley gravels overlain with sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat feature was contained within the gravel horizon. Approximately 0.5m of the topsoil had been removed. There were land drains on the surface of this feature.

ID: 9652, C14 ID: SUERC-5813 Date BP: 3655 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3620

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: primary auger peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - waterlogged plant macrofossil; monocot fragments, some possible rootlets; the sample is from a depth of 3.5m in a core located in a palaeochannel between terrace 1 and terrace 2. The core also has had pollen evaluation counts carried out at 0.14m intervals, from 50mm contiguous sampling. The local geology is Mercian mudstone. The sample was waterlogged at the time of collection and the water table was 1m below the surface.

ID: 10018, C14 ID: GrA-31456 Date BP: 3880 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3915, End BP: 3845

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: TFGC

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1920BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - sediment; humic acid fraction, bulk sample; the sample is from 1.45m down a core from a palaeochannel associated with terrace 1. The palaeochannel bisects part of terrace 1. The core also has had pollen evaluation counts carried out at 0.14m intervals, from 50mm contiguous sampling. The local geology is Mercian mudstone. The sample was waterlogged at the time of collection. The water table was 1m below the surface.

ID: 10022, C14 ID: GrA-31998 Date BP: 3920 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3955, End BP: 3885

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: Trent Terrace 1, Core 10

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name: Brown et al 2007

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Carbon Date. 1669BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wellington Quarry- Plant macrofossils; bulk sample; waterlogged plant macrofossils from pollen monolith (149-50cm below modern surface).

ID: 9443, C14 ID: OxA-12638 Date BP: 3669 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 3706, End BP: 3632

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: WQM

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. 1535BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wellington Quarry- plant macrofossils; bulk sample; uppermost pollen profile sample (129-30cm below modern surface) with good dating material.

ID: 9452, C14 ID: OxA-12663 Date BP: 3535 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3564, End BP: 3506

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: WQM

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. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wellington Quarry- plant macrofossils; bulk sample; waterlogged plant macrofossils from pollen monolith (169-70cm below modern surface).

ID: 9453, C14 ID: OxA-12662 Date BP: 3940 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3969, End BP: 3911

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: WQM

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. 1904BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wellington Quarry- plant macrofossils; bulk sample; waterlogged plant macrofossils from pollen monolith (185cm below modern surface).

ID: 9454, C14 ID: OxA-12688 Date BP: 3904 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3935, End BP: 3873

Abstract: Wellington Quarry: WQM

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. 1997BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Catholme (Where Rivers Meet) - charcoal; this was a sample from the primary fill of a recut ditch. It was sealed by at least one upper fill though also partially cut by a later recut ditch. It was cut into sandy gravel natural subsoil, free draining geology.

ID: 9696, C14 ID: OxA-16051 Date BP: 3997 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 4027, End BP: 3967

Abstract: Catholme Farm (Where Rivers Meet): ring ditch

Archaeologist Name: M Hewson

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Catholme (Where Rivers Meet) - charcoal; as OxA-16052

ID: 9699, C14 ID: SUERC-11072 Date BP: 3980 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4015, End BP: 3945

Abstract: Catholme Farm (Where Rivers Meet): ring ditch

Archaeologist Name: M Hewson

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1975BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Catholme (Where Rivers Meet) - charcoal; as SUERC-11069

ID: 9704, C14 ID: SUERC-11070 Date BP: 3975 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4010, End BP: 3940

Abstract: Catholme Farm (Where Rivers Meet): Woodhenge [Map]

Archaeologist Name: M Hewson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1814BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Ribble Valley - waterlogged wood; Alnus/Betula sp., single fragment; the sample was organic detritus from a thick sandy gravel flood layer towards the base of a sequence of flood-laminated palaeochannel fill. The sequence of flood laminations was sampled from a core located in the centre of a palaeochannel with surface expression from lower Ribble terrace 3. The organic materials were incorporated within a thick sandy gravel flood lamination 0.4m above the underlying channel gravels. 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. There is no evidence for bioturbation or downwards root penetration, because the flood laminations are undisturbed. 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. The sample was not in situ, however it is locally derived and equivalent in age to the flood deposit. Organic flood trash of this type, where the character of plant remains (cell and tissue structure) is still discernible, is unlikely to predate the flood by more than 10-20 years.

ID: 9904, C14 ID: OxA-15743 Date BP: 3814 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3848, End BP: 3780

Abstract: Ribble Valley: the Lower Ribble, Lower House Farm, terrace 3, core 4

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1725BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Ribble Valley - waterlogged plant macrofossil; Prunus?, fruitstone; as OxA-15743

ID: 9907, C14 ID: SUERC-10652 Date BP: 3725 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Ribble Valley: the Lower Ribble, Lower House Farm, terrace 3, core 4

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: The Rye area project: near surface site 2 (East Guldeford)- Peat; humified, pH 5.7, 84.4% LOI; sample taken from a 5cm slice of peat (-1.25-1.30m OD). The solid geology of the area around East Guldeford is the Hastings Bed Group (this includes mostly non calcareous rocks such as sandstones, siltstones, and clays). The watertable at the site is within 2m of the modern ground surface.

ID: 9389, C14 ID: GrN-28665 Date BP: 3520 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3490

Abstract: The Rye area project: near surface site 2 (East Guldeford)

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. 1625BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cheviot Quarry - carbonised residue; internal, Beaker; as OxA-16098

ID: 9733, C14 ID: OxA-16163 Date BP: 3625 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3665, End BP: 3585

Abstract: Cheviot Quarry: Neolithic activity sequence

Archaeologist Name: B Johnson

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Ribble Valley - sediment; humic acid fraction; the material is compacted well-humified peat that overlies coarse channel gravels. The sequence was sampled from a core located in the centre of a palaeochannel with surface expression from upper Ribble terrace 2. The peat layer is 0.15-0.2m in thickness and buried by laminated flood silts. The organic materials are in situ, and comprise soft plant matter and humic acid compounds. The deposit is buried by a further 0.2m of flood-laminated silt. There is no evidence of bioturbation or downwards root penetration, because the flood laminations are undisturbed. Downwards root penetration within the peat is possible given the nature of peat deposits, as is the migration of different organic, particularly fulvic acids. Roots appear not to have penetrated the overlying flood-laminated silts. 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 0.5m below the surface.

ID: 9928, C14 ID: OxA-15878 Date BP: 3780 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3814, End BP: 3746

Abstract: Ribble Valley: Upper Ribble floodbasin, Littlebank Barn, terrace 2, core 2

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1524BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Ribble Valley - sediment; humic acid fraction; the materials are from the upper layers of a compacted well-humified peat that overlies coarse channel gravels. The sequence was sampled from a core located in the centre of a palaeochannel with surface expression from upper Ribble terrace 2. The peat layer is 0.15-0.2m in thickness and buried by laminated flood silts. The organic materials are in situ and comprised soft plant matter and humic acid compounds. The deposit is buried by a further 0.2m of flood laminated silt. There is no evidence for bioturbation or downwards root penetration from above the peat, because the flood laminations are undisturbed. Downwards root penetration within the peat is possible given the nature of peat deposits, as is the migration of different organic fractions, particularly fulvic acids. Roots appear not to have penetrated the overlying flood laminated silts. 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 0.5m below the surface.

ID: 9930, C14 ID: OxA-15880 Date BP: 3524 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3557, End BP: 3491

Abstract: Ribble Valley: Upper Ribble floodbasin, Littlebank Barn, terrace 2, core 2

Archaeologist Name: R Chiverrell

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1525BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; possible tibia; F20 was part of the cremation group to the south-east of the ring ditch. Although apparently unurned, fragments of pottery urn were recovered in association with the cremated bone. In addition a scatter of cremated bone was observed to the south east of the feature. In all likelihood F20 is a disturbed urned cremation. It lay near the centre of the cremation group. F20 was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m north of the river Wreake. The land on which the site was situated had apparently been cultivated for a considerable length of time prior to the excavation. No other details are known.

ID: 9754, C14 ID: SUERC-11274 Date BP: 3525 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Cossington: site 1

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - cremated human bone; possible humerus/radius; F17 was located 4m south of the site 2 inhumation and consisted of cremated bone packed into a rectangular possible 'cist'. A single sherd of Beaker pottery was associated with the bone in the pit/'cist'. F17 was cut into river terrace gravels, approximately 300m north of the river Wreake. The land on which the site was situated had apparently been cultivated for a considerable length of time prior to the excavation. No other details are known.

ID: 9757, C14 ID: SUERC-11277 Date BP: 3660 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3695, End BP: 3625

Abstract: Cossington: site 2

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1863BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - waterlogged plant macrofossil; from organic levels approximately 0.23-0.25m from the top of the column; replicate of OxA-16055

ID: 9759, C14 ID: OxA-16056 Date BP: 3863 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3895, End BP: 3831

Abstract: Cossington: site 3

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1813BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - waterlogged plant macrofossil; from organic levels approximately 0.23-0.25m from the top of the column; as OxA-16055

ID: 9760, C14 ID: OxA-16057 Date BP: 3813 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3843, End BP: 3783

Abstract: Cossington: site 3

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1882BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - waterlogged plant macrofossil; from organic levels approximately 0.86-8m from the top of the column; the sample was obtained from pollen monolith boxes taken from palaeochannel deposits. The sample was recovered from organic levels approximately 0.86-0.88m from the top of the column. The palaeochannel was cut into natural gravels.

ID: 9761, C14 ID: OxA-16058 Date BP: 3882 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3912, End BP: 3852

Abstract: Cossington: site 3

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1877BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - waterlogged plant macrofossil; from organic levels approximately 0.86-0.88m from the top of the column; as OxA-16058

ID: 9762, C14 ID: OxA-16059 Date BP: 3877 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3906, End BP: 3848

Abstract: Cossington: site 3

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1931BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - animal bone; as OxA-16053

ID: 9765, C14 ID: OxA-16054 Date BP: 3931 +/- 31, Start Date BP: 3962, End BP: 3900

Abstract: Cossington: site 4

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1539BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cossington - charcoal; as OxA-16060

ID: 9769, C14 ID: OxA-16061 Date BP: 3539 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3568, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Cossington: site 5

Archaeologist Name: C O'Brien and J Thomas

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1814BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Berinsfield: Mount Farm - human bone; right tibia; single articulated inhumation (adult female) in a grave cut. Secondary burial within an oval barrow, found with a Beaker and two perforated boar tusks. The grave was cut into natural free-draining gravel (second terrace).

ID: 9570, C14 ID: OxA-15747 Date BP: 3814 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3848, End BP: 3780

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1835BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Berinsfield: Mount Farm - animal bone; boar's tusk; one of a pair of perforated and possibly polished boar tusks found as placed grave goods with an articulated inhumation within a grave cut. The grave was cut into natural free-draining gravel (second terrace).

ID: 9574, C14 ID: OxA-15787 Date BP: 3835 +/- 32, Start Date BP: 3867, End BP: 3803

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged wood; -1.97m OD; the sample was obtained from a monolith column in the peat deposit at a depth of 2m below the stripped surface. There was no evidence for disturbance or intrusion. The local geology was valley gravels overlain with sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat feature was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth to nineteenth-century field drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. Approximately 0.5m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9578, C14 ID: SUERC-7553 Date BP: 3780 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Scaife 2005

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Carbon Date. 1885BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged wood; -2.35m OD; the sample was obtained from a monolith column in the peat deposit at a depth of 2.38m (base of peat). The sample comprised sedge peat containing macrofossils. There was no evidence for disturbance or intrusion. The local geology is valley gravels overlain with sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat feature was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth- to nineteenth-century field drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. Approximately 0.5m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9579, C14 ID: SUERC-7554 Date BP: 3885 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3920, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Birks et al 1975 Birks 1989 Godwin 1975 Greig 1982 Moore 1977 Reimer et al 2004 Scaife 1980 Scaife 2005 Sidell et al 2000 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1795BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged wood; -2.35m OD; as SUERC-7554

ID: 9580, C14 ID: SUERC-7555 Date BP: 3795 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1755BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged plant macrofossil; -1.77 - -1.87m OD; the sample comes from a depth of between 1.80m and 1.90m measured from the surface of the peat deposit. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain by sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat deposit was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth- to nineteenth-century ceramic and stone land drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. The sample was permanently waterlogged. Approximately 0.50m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9582, C14 ID: SUERC-8159 Date BP: 3755 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3795, End BP: 3715

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Andersen 1970 Andersen and Birks 1975 Godwin 1940 Godwin 1956 Godwin 1975 Haskins 1978 Reimer et al 2004 Scaife 1980 Scaife 2003 Sidell et al 2000 Turner 1962 Waller 1994 Waton 1983

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Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries - waterlogged wood; analysis of LiDAR, aerial photography, and borehole records indicated that a major palaeochannel of the Idle was located within this area, close to Fountains Farm. Field investigation confirmed the presence of a visible depression, which was cored and sampled (FN01). However, cleaned drainage ditches approximately 500m west of FN01 demonstrated that organic-rich sediments were preserved over extensive areas of the floodplain. Large tree remains near the base of the organic-rich sediments suggested burial of mature floodplain woodland at some point in time. A representative section through these floodplain sediments was cleaned, recorded, and sampled for environmental assessment and dating. This radiocarbon sample is from the top of the woody peat and was sealed immediately beneath inorganic alluvium. The underlying geology of this part of the valley floor comprises mudstones and thin sandstones of the Mercia Mudstone Group, a formation of Triassic age, originally deposited under semi-arid desert conditions, around 280 million years ago. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the deposits within the ditch section suggest aggradation within a backswamp floodplain wetland of the River Idle. The sediments were moist throughout and the watertable was encountered at the base of the ditch, approximately 1.9m below the ground surface. With the exception of the upper 0.4m (modern topsoil development), no evidence of root penetration was observed in the recorded section.

ID: 9788, C14 ID: OxA-15895 Date BP: 3640 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3673, End BP: 3607

Abstract: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries: Fountains Farm (FN05)

Archaeologist Name: A J Howard

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1920BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries - waterlogged wood; analysis of LiDAR, aerial photography, and borehole records indicated that a major palaeochannel of the Idle was located within this area, close to Fountains Farm. Field investigation confirmed the presence of a visible depression, which was cored and sampled (FN01). However, cleaned drainage ditches approximately 500m west of FN01 demonstrated that organic-rich sediments were preserved over extensive areas of the floodplain. Large tree remains near the base of the organic-rich sediments suggested burial of mature floodplain woodland at some point in time. A representative section through these floodplain sediments was cleaned, recorded and sampled for environmental assessment and dating. Radiocarbon sample (FN05) is from the base of the woody peat. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the deposits within the ditch section suggest aggradation within a backswamp floodplain wetland of the River Idle. The sediments were moist throughout and the watertable was encountered at the base of the ditch, approximately 1.9m below the ground surface. With the exception if the upper 0.4m (modern topsoil development), no evidence of root penetration was observed in the recorded section.

ID: 9789, C14 ID: OxA-15935 Date BP: 3920 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3948, End BP: 3892

Abstract: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries: Fountains Farm (FN05)

Archaeologist Name: A J Howard

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1767BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries - waterlogged wood; nationally important Mesolithic remains have been recorded from Misterton Carr (Buckland and Dolby 1973). Analysis of LiDAR, aerial photographs, and borehole information as part of this project demonstrated the presence of a number of organic channels and wetland areas. Field inspection of Misterton Carr indicated that the peat-rich sediments are now of very variable thickness and many are extremely thin and desiccated. A representative section through these floodplain sediments was cleaned, recorded, and sampled for environmental assessment and dating. This section was excavated through the area where the peat deposit was thickest and where it was moist (ie with the greatest environmental potential). This sample was from the base of the woody peat. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the deposits within the ditch section suggest aggradation within a backswamp floodplain wetland of the River Idle. The sediments were moist throughout and the watertable was encountered at the base of the ditch, approximately 1.9m below the ground surface. With the exception of the upper 0.4m (modern topsoil development), no evidence of root penetration was observed in the recorded section.

ID: 9790, C14 ID: OxA-15933 Date BP: 3767 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3795, End BP: 3739

Abstract: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries: Misterton Carr

Archaeologist Name: A J Howard

Reference Name: Buckland and Dolby 1973

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Carbon Date. 1606BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries - waterlogged wood; too soft to thin section, single fragment; nationally important Mesolithic remains have been recorded from Misterton Carr (Buckland and Dolby 1973). Analysis of LiDAR, aerial photographs, and borehole information as part of this project demonstrated the presence of a number of organic channels and wetland areas. Field inspection of Misterton Carr indicated that the peat-rich sediments are now of very variable thickness and many are extremely thin and desiccated. A representative section through these floodplain sediments was cleaned, recorded, and sampled for environmental assessment and dating. This sample was from the top of the woody peat and was sealed immediately by inorganic alluvium. The stratigraphy and sedimentology of the deposits within the ditch section suggest aggradation within a backswamp floodplain wetland of the river Idle. The sediments were moist throughout and the watertable was encountered at the base of the ditch, approximately 1.9m below the ground surface. With the exception of the upper 0.4m (modern topsoil development), no evidence for root penetration was observed in the recorded section.

ID: 9791, C14 ID: OxA-15934 Date BP: 3606 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3635, End BP: 3577

Abstract: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries: Misterton Carr

Archaeologist Name: A J Howard

Reference Name: Buckland and Dolby 1973

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Carbon Date. 1655BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bestwall Quarry 2004-7 - waterlogged wood; -1.88 - -1.89m OD; the sample came from a depth between 1.91-1.92m from the surface of the peat deposit. There was no intrusion or residuality. The local geology is valley gravels overlain with sandy acidic topsoils and subsoils. The waterlogged peat feature was contained within the gravel horizon. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century ceramic land drains had been laid on top of the peat deposit. The sample was permanent waterlogged. Approximately 0.5m of topsoil had been removed.

ID: 9585, C14 ID: SUERC-8162 Date BP: 3655 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3695, End BP: 3615

Abstract: Bestwall Quarry: central peat sequence

Archaeologist Name: L Ladle

Reference Name: Reimer et al 2004

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Carbon Date. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries - sediment; humin fraction, bulk sample; as SUERC-10025

ID: 9797, C14 ID: SUERC-11619 Date BP: 3820 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Geoarchaeology of the Trent tributaries: Tutbury Castle

Archaeologist Name: A J Howard

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1905BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands - waterlogged plant macrofossil; hazelnut fragment; this sample is from the deepest level in the palaeochannel from which plant macrofossils were recovered and is from dark grey organic silts.

ID: 9993, C14 ID: SUERC-8881 Date BP: 3905 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3870

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

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1805BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Swale-Ure Washlands - waterlogged wood; four twigs; as SUERC-8881

ID: 9994, C14 ID: SUERC-8885 Date BP: 3805 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3770

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

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; 1487 was the predominant (and latest) burnt mound layer, a dark greyish brown charcoal-rich deposit up to 0.1m thick, with abundant fire-cracked stones. It was sampled in 1m2 boxes, and this sample came from just to the north of the central features in quadrant 1.

ID: 10073, C14 ID: OxA-15111 Date BP: 3610 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3639, End BP: 3581

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Beamish 2007 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1721BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; layer 1582 was immediately above the primary fill of an elongated pit 1483, adjacent to the northeast of the Burnt Mound hearth/oven 1704. The layer was black and comprised mostly charcoal with some clay, and occasional burnt gravels. Charcoal pieces up to 60mm were noted. The deposit probably represents a dump of spent fuel from the adjacent hearth/oven.

ID: 10074, C14 ID: OxA-15112 Date BP: 3721 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3751, End BP: 3691

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1754BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; 1653 was the second fill of the central trough feature (pit 1651); up to 0.30m deep, an extremely charcoal-rich very dark grey sandy clay with gravel and some burnt stones. The deposit probably represents a dump of material back into the trough following the last usage.

ID: 10075, C14 ID: OxA-15113 Date BP: 3754 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3782, End BP: 3726

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1695BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; 1691 was the uppermost fill of a pit containing several layers of silty clays, rich with charcoal and fire-cracked stone. Context 1691 was distinct in that it comprised c 50% pebbles, and these stones appeared cracked in situ. The deposit is probably contemporary with the last usage of the burnt mound. It would appear to be continuous with the uppermost burnt mound layer, 1487, but was a distinct deposit by virtue of the density and the state of fire-cracked stones.

ID: 10076, C14 ID: OxA-15114 Date BP: 3695 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3724, End BP: 3666

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1649BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; a small pit deposit in quadrants 3/4 of Burnt Mound 1. It clearly cut the lower burnt mound layer (1759 in quadrant 4), and was partially sealed by the upper layer (1487). The pit contained intense charcoal and fire-cracked stone. Traditionally this feature would be interpreted as a hearth, but it might also be a deposit of burnt material.

ID: 10077, C14 ID: OxA-15115 Date BP: 3649 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3682, End BP: 3616

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1775BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15111

ID: 10078, C14 ID: SUERC-7598 Date BP: 3775 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15112

ID: 10079, C14 ID: SUERC-7602 Date BP: 3690 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3725, End BP: 3655

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15114

ID: 10080, C14 ID: SUERC-7604 Date BP: 3740 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3775, End BP: 3705

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15113

ID: 10083, C14 ID: SUERC-7909 Date BP: 3780 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Willington Quarry: Burnt Mound 1

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

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Carbon Date. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from a mid-dark grey silt clay, friable, with common degraded charcoal, rare pebbles and patches of scorched earth within an 3m x 2.25m area. The charcoal was sampled during controlled quadrant excavation. The context was situated on southern edge of excavated site.

ID: 10085, C14 ID: GrA-31789 Date BP: 3730 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1981BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from a context sealed by alluvium, and excavated, recorded, and sampled in hurried conditions. The deposit was formed of charcoal-rich clay 1.5m across, overlain by reddened clay (scorched?). The location, context, and broad morphology of the deposit, and its similarity to other features recorded in more detail, has led to its interpretation as a burnt deposit resulting from fire clearance and it was sampled specifically to recover suitable material for radiocarbon dating.

ID: 10088, C14 ID: OxA-15081 Date BP: 3981 +/- 27, Start Date BP: 4008, End BP: 3954

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1645BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from burnt deposits recorded within an evaluation trench. The feature was recognised by extensive deposits of reddened clay (134) interpreted as scorched by burning. This overlay a more reduced layer of grey charcoal-rich clay (135) that was in places black with charcoal. This was sampled at both ends of the available section. The submitted material was derived from sample 17 at the southern end.

ID: 10089, C14 ID: OxA-15082 Date BP: 3645 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3673, End BP: 3617

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1508BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from a 3m diameter deposit of fire-reddened charcoal and scorched clay, filling feature 4159 whose plan, form and profile are consistent with that of a tree-throw. 4156 is a fire-reddened clay sealing 4157, which was black with charcoal. All layers were sealed by alluvium.

ID: 10090, C14 ID: OxA-15083 Date BP: 3508 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3536, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1995BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15081

ID: 10092, C14 ID: SUERC-7592 Date BP: 3995 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 4030, End BP: 3960

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Beamish 2007 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15082

ID: 10093, C14 ID: SUERC-7593 Date BP: 3700 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3735, End BP: 3665

Abstract: Willington Quarry: clearance

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as OxA-15110

ID: 10096, C14 ID: GrA-31785 Date BP: 3800 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3760

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. 1665BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; 1451 was a plausible post pit - one of a pair to the southeast of a similarly filled tree-throw. 1453 was the upper fill consisting of brownish grey silty clay with frequent charcoal. It probably represents ?domestic material incorporated into the top of the post during its life, or in the dismantling of a structure.

ID: 10097, C14 ID: GrA-31786 Date BP: 3665 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3705, End BP: 3625

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1655BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from a grey clay fill of an irregular area 2.2m x 2m with in places 80% charcoal. The feature had an irregular lower profile consisting of sharply defined narrow channels/gullies up to 0.15m deep. It was skirted on its western side by another sharply defined narrow linear feature. The deposit overlay a short section of linear feature for which there is no other dating. The linear feature was aligned with the medieval/postalluvial drainage features, but as the alluviation separates the short linear feature from the post-alluvial features, the alignment can only be a coincidence.

ID: 10099, C14 ID: GrA-31800 Date BP: 3655 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3695, End BP: 3615

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Beamish 2007

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Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from group 2503. Reassessment of 2503 reclassifies the sausage-shaped pit as a tree-throw, with four associated structural pits that contain dateable material. The nearest of these pits was 102. 1328 was a charcoal lens toward the base of 102 within pit 103, which was 0.85m across and 0.40m deep. The charcoal appeared to be a placed layer, rather than the result of in situ burning, as the grains of the charcoal pieces were not aligned; the deposit may be filling the base of a post-pipe. The upper fill of the pit (102) appeared similar to the upper fill of the tree-throw to the northwest.

ID: 10101, C14 ID: GrA-31803 Date BP: 3650 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3610

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. 1641BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; as GrA-31803

ID: 10102, C14 ID: OxA-15045 Date BP: 3641 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3674, End BP: 3608

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name: Beamish 2007 Reimer et al 2004 Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; replicate of OxA-15045

ID: 10104, C14 ID: OxA-15109 Date BP: 3650 +/- 28, Start Date BP: 3678, End BP: 3622

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1714BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Willington Quarry - charcoal; from group 2503. Reassessment of 2503 reclassifies the sausage-shaped pit 1452 as a tree-throw, with several associated structural pits that contain dateable material. To the north of 2503 is 2508, which consisted of artefact-rich spreads (middens?) with some cut features. On the southern edge of this spread, pit 1500/1499 cuts a lower layer of spread/soil, and is sealed by an upper layer. It contained a thick charcoal-rich fill 1499. The spread contains Neolithic Peterborough (Fengate) pottery and lithics. 1451 was a dark brownish grey compact clay containing some charcoal. The fill profile of 1451 undercuts 92 and, with other indicators, the feature is interpreted retrospectively as a tree-throw. This charcoal deposit was not as homogenous as others, and cannot be described as a clear context episode as the others submitted with it.

ID: 10105, C14 ID: OxA-15110 Date BP: 3714 +/- 29, Start Date BP: 3743, End BP: 3685

Abstract: Willington Quarry: fallen trees and associated features

Archaeologist Name: M G Beamish

Reference Name:

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Carbon Date. 1517BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Trent/Soar rivers confluence - sediment; humin fraction, bulk sample; the sample was taken from the section of a palaeochannel in a quarry. The local geology is Mercian mudstone. The sample was waterlogged at the time of collection. The water table was 1m below the surface.

ID: 10045, C14 ID: OxA-16128 Date BP: 3517 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3547, End BP: 3487

Abstract: Trent/Soar rivers confluence: WQF, monolith CH1

Archaeologist Name: A G Brown

Reference Name: Ward and Wilson 1978

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Carbon Date. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; slightly humified, semi-fibrous peat sampled from monolith tin II (see also GU-5072 and GU-5073). The sample was taken from a depth of 74-76cm, in the transition between unhumified and humified peat.

ID: 15366, C14 ID: GU 5074 Date BP: 3540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3470

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. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a deposit of burnt material beneath a 'dwarf' burial in the secondary fill of the henge ditch, 1.8 - 2.1m below the modern surface of the ditch; from the south-east quadrant east of the south entrance. Excavated by Gray in 1914, cutting IX, find no. 247h (Gray 1935).

ID: 15116, C14 ID: HAR 10064 Date BP: 3690 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Avebury; 1984-85

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Carbon Date. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from the bottom of stonehole 44 of the outer stone circle, north-west quadrant. Excavated by Keiller in 1937 (Smith 1965).

ID: 15119, C14 ID: HAR 10327 Date BP: 3870 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3960, End BP: 3780

Abstract: Avebury; 1984-85

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Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from an infant inhumation (barrow 3, pit 10).

ID: 15390, C14 ID: HAR 3976 Date BP: 3830 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Black Patch; 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. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a beaker crouched inhumation; burial 2286, context 2326.

ID: 15148, C14 ID: HAR 5124 Date BP: 3530 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Balksbury Camp; 1982-83

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Carbon Date. 1910BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary fills of a pit sealed by c 20cm of secondary fills within the pit. The feature was sealed by c 80cm of topsoil/subsoil complex.

ID: 15408, C14 ID: GU 5264 Date BP: 3910 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3980, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Brampton: A1-M1 Link Road; 1992-93

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Carbon Date. 1535BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a buried soil below the ring cairn bank from within a narrow baulk left from the 1960s excavation. The buried soil (context 43) was a pale yellow-brown loamy sand, sealed by an iron pan and the ringcairn bank above this. The sample was obtained by flotation and all material from layer 43 that was well sealed under the undisturbed bank and not contaminated by humic material associated with roots. The only obvious source of possible contamination was a small number of rootlets through the layer as a whole.

ID: 15157, C14 ID: OxA 2440 Date BP: 3535 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3605, End BP: 3465

Abstract: Bar Brook II, Peak District; 1989-90

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Carbon Date. 1555BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: carbonised plant macrofossil; from a small posthole in the east of the enclosure, fill of 52. This posthole is contemporary with the main use of the area.

ID: 15165, C14 ID: OxA 2305 Date BP: 3555 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3625, End BP: 3485

Abstract: Barford: Park Farm; 1989-90

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from burial 7.

ID: 15172, C14 ID: HAR 1158 Date BP: 3800 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Barnack: Gravel Pit; 1975-76

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from burial 27.

ID: 15173, C14 ID: HAR 1205 Date BP: 3590 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Barnack: Gravel Pit; 1975-76

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from beside burial 28, a primary grave associated with a Beaker, dagger, wristguard and pendant.

ID: 15178, C14 ID: HAR 1645 Date BP: 3570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Barnack: Gravel Pit; 1976-77

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

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; artefact 60531 from the dry sieving of the basal palaeosol (unit 8a, in grid square 8/12), context 63.

ID: 15436, C14 ID: HAR 8990 Date BP: 3810 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Brean Down; 1987-88

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 188, hand collected from a distinct thin charcoal band in the sand.

ID: 15443, C14 ID: HAR 9156 Date BP: 3560 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Brean Down; 1987-88

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 14, a subsoil hollow in the chalk fill, moderately stony, compact and clay rich. It appears to be less calcareous than the other sediments. The sample was taken from a depth of 59.322m OD.

ID: 15466, C14 ID: OxA 2995 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Brighton Bypass: Sweetpatch Bottom; 1990-91

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 1029; from the fill of a subsoil hollow. These have been interpreted by Evans (1972) as tree throw hollows. The context is a mid brown silty clay with a rich snail fauna, much charcoal and worked flint, and the layer is very well defined. The context is c 0.04m thick and has 1038 above it, and chalk bedrock below. There are large numbers of molluscs so it should be quite calcareous.

ID: 15468, C14 ID: OxA 3078 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3480

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

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 1029; from the fill of a subsoil hollow. These have been interpreted by Evans (1972) as tree throw hollows. The context is a mid brown silty clay with a rich snail fauna, much charcoal and worked flint, and the layer is very well defined. The context is c 0.04m thick and has 1038 above it, and chalk bedrock below. There are large numbers of molluscs so it should be quite calcareous.

ID: 15469, C14 ID: OxA 3079 Date BP: 3550 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3460

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a collection of fragments of wood charcoal from context 1044, a medium dark brown silty clay loam. The sample was taken as a discrete spot sample. There are no sign of rootlets. The layer is colluvial in nature, probably being formed by plough action and gravity in unison. The context starts at 98cm below the modern ground level and finishes at 134cm. Pottery in the layer is mostly East Sussex Ware (Iron Age and Romano-British). There was no visible disturbance, and the environment is reasonably calcareous as snail preservation is good.

ID: 15472, C14 ID: OxA 3082 Date BP: 3520 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3430

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

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 66; from ungleyed colluvium, which underlies the gleyed colluvium from which HAR-7021 was collected.

ID: 15430, C14 ID: HAR 7022 Date BP: 3890 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4020, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Brean Down; 1985-86

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from posthole F7 beneath the core of the mound.

ID: 15233, C14 ID: HAR 8370 Date BP: 3590 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Basingstoke: Buckskin Barrows; 1986-87

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

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from beneath a Bronze Age barrow; within a concentration of charcoal associated with a pot and spoon-like artefact.

ID: 15238, C14 ID: HAR 6569 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Bawsey: Mintlyn Wood; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a shallow amorphous ditch. It was below the level of intrusion by rootlets, and there was no tree disturbance in this area. The sample was 350mm below the surface.

ID: 15460, C14 ID: OxA 3247 Date BP: 3700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3620

Abstract: Brighton Bypass: Red Hill; 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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the base of a small pit, the lower layer of which was fire-cracked flints and charcoal. The sample was 470mm below the surface.

ID: 15461, C14 ID: OxA 3248 Date BP: 3810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Brighton Bypass: Red Hill; 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. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 7 (see also OxA-2992 and OxA-2993); from a depth of 59.067m OD, 6cm above OxA-2993 and 12cm above OxA-2992.

ID: 15465, C14 ID: OxA 2994 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Brighton Bypass: Sweetpatch Bottom; 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. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the four samples GU-5193-6 came from flat-bottomed circular pits, with undercut edges. The fills were of uniform black soil, occasionally with fire-crazed stones, sealed in some cases with a packing of stone rubble, similar to the stones of the enclosure bank. One of the pits (cut 1193), also produced calcined bone. GU-5193 (sample 1923) was from the lower fill of pit 1193, context 1226. The pit also contained burnt bone.

ID: 15004, C14 ID: GU 5193 Date BP: 3590 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3540

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

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Carbon Date. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; obtained from sample 1921: from the fill of pit 1191, context 1192. The charcoal appears to be mature wood. See also GU-5193.

ID: 15005, C14 ID: GU 5194 Date BP: 3710 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3600

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

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

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; obtained from sample 1915: from the fill of pit 1186, context 1187. The charcoal appears to be mature wood although fairly fragmented. See also GU-5193.

ID: 15006, C14 ID: GU 5195 Date BP: 3570 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3470

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

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

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; obtained from sample 1912: from the fill of pit 1197, context 1198/1199. The sample appears to be of mature wood. See also GU-5193.

ID: 15007, C14 ID: GU 5196 Date BP: 3570 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3500

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

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

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Carbon Date. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the base of a peat deposit (lying on an eroded surface of Pleistocene sands and gravels) for which a pollen diagram is being prepared. The top of the peat has already been dated (HAR-3624) and gave an unexpectedly recent date, so it was decided to try to date the inception of the peat too.

ID: 15258, C14 ID: HAR 3954 Date BP: 3750 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Beckford; 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. 1652BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from pollen site 1 (see UB-3823): taken at a depth of 154-158cm.

ID: 15023, C14 ID: UB 3340 Date BP: 3652 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3697, End BP: 3607

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. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from pollen site 2, approximately 150m from site 1, centred within an area of shallow peaty soil which was enclosed by a field wall (NY 908 123). The sample was taken from a depth of 28-29cm.

ID: 15025, C14 ID: UB 3342 Date BP: 3620 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3667, End BP: 3573

Abstract: A66 Stainmore Pass: pollen site 2; 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. 1910BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; from pit 544 (Neolithic).

ID: 15044, C14 ID: HAR 2388 Date BP: 3910 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3980, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Abingdon: Barton Court Farm; 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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Pit 2, containing Beaker sherds.

ID: 15290, C14 ID: HAR 4636 Date BP: 3540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Beeston with Bittering; 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. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Pit 3, containing Beaker sherds.

ID: 15291, C14 ID: HAR 4637 Date BP: 3760 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Beeston with Bittering; 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. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a burial contemporary with HAR-4673.

ID: 15299, C14 ID: HAR 4792 Date BP: 3710 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3620

Abstract: Berinsfield: Mount Farm; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from an area of burning beneath the crown of the ploughed barrow, adjacent to the central cremation.

ID: 15077, C14 ID: HAR 1237 Date BP: 3620 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Amesbury; 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. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from base of the middle ditch at New Barn (B4), lower humus (1) - part of the larger saucer barrow 72.

ID: 15079, C14 ID: HAR 10515 Date BP: 3610 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Amesbury: New Barn Down; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Barrow 61. Charcoal fragments were mingled with adult cremated bone fragments housed in an oval pit dug into the ancient soil beneath the barrow at the northern interior edge of the sub-mound stake circle.

ID: 15081, C14 ID: HAR 6225 Date BP: 3550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Amesbury: New Barn Down; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Barrow 61; from a massive comminuted spread of charcoal beneath the mound and upon the surface of the ancient soil. Patches of charcoal were also peripheral to the stake circle.

ID: 15083, C14 ID: HAR 6227 Date BP: 3520 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Amesbury: New Barn Down; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a Bronze Age cremation.

ID: 15097, C14 ID: HAR 3908 Date BP: 3600 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Ardleigh; 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. 1801BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from posts possibly used as grave markers on top of the mound which was subsequently denuded, and found in the barrow ditch, stratified in an early position above primary siltings. They were found in layer 16 of the North Ditch, a compact chalk silting derived from the barrow mound.

ID: 15350, C14 ID: UB 3299 Date BP: 3801 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3861, End BP: 3741

Abstract: Bincombe: Round 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. 1979BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from one of a series of secondary burials, higher up in the mound. The wooden slat was placed immediately on top of a flexed burial, probably of later Wessex, early Bronze Age date.

ID: 15351, C14 ID: UB 3382 Date BP: 3979 +/- 51, Start Date BP: 4030, End BP: 3928

Abstract: Bincombe: Round 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. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a central fire area under a cairn.

ID: 15605, C14 ID: HAR 8099 Date BP: 3510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3440

Abstract: Cataclews: Barrow 1; 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. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pocket or hollow in the soil fill of a tree-throw hole, associated with Peterborough ware, Grooved ware, and Beaker pottery. The best interpretation of this hollow, which contained over 50 fragments of Quercus sp. root, is that it is a hole left by the upper part of a large root or buttress, which partly burnt and partly rotted after soil had accumulated around it when the tree had fallen.

ID: 15867, C14 ID: OxA 2078 Date BP: 3880 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3950, End BP: 3810

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. 1900BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; recovered between two layers from the bank of the henge, which was constructed from redeposited magnesian limestone; lenses of charcoal could be seen over c 5m, and were immediately below plough-soil approximately 30cm deep.

ID: 16091, C14 ID: GU 5216 Date BP: 3900 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3980, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Ferrybridge Henge; 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. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a burnt length of the palisade trench in the HAD' 84 area.

ID: 15618, C14 ID: HAR 8094 Date BP: 3620 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3510

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. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from burial found in central grave. There were no associated finds. The grave was badly damaged through ploughing and the grave had been disturbed in antiquity.

ID: 16109, C14 ID: HAR 8519 Date BP: 3800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3730

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

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

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1715BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; this is one of two graves in an inner segmented ditched barrow. The form is typical of a late Neolithic/early Bronze Age date but examples are rare.

ID: 16110, C14 ID: UB 3304 Date BP: 3715 +/- 54, Start Date BP: 3769, End BP: 3661

Abstract: Fordington Farm: Round Barrow; 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. 1767BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; this is the second grave in an inner segmented ditched barrow, primary burial 59, grave fill 60. The form is typical of a late Neolithic/early Bronze Age date but examples are rare.

ID: 16111, C14 ID: UB 3305 Date BP: 3767 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3814, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Fordington Farm: Round 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. 1844BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; this is one of two graves in an inner segmented ditched barrow,burial 61, grave fill 62. The form is typical of a late Neolithic/early Bronze Age date but examples are rare.

ID: 16112, C14 ID: UB 3306 Date BP: 3844 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3874, End BP: 3814

Abstract: Fordington Farm: Round 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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the north-west end of the coffin in the central grave; the adult inhumation was accompanied by a Beaker wristguard and bone toggle.

ID: 16374, C14 ID: HAR 2998 Date BP: 3540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3470

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. 1950BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a shell-marl layer in the filled-in watercourse in Valley of County Ditch, below HAR-8440.

ID: 15626, C14 ID: HAR 9024 Date BP: 3950 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4020, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Causewayed Enclosures: Staines Causewayed Camp (trench 49); 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. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a secondary cremation burial, at the bottom of an oval grave, in a round barrow; 0.86m below the bulldozed surface prior to April 1970.

ID: 16122, C14 ID: HAR 1236 Date BP: 3550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Garton Slack; 1975-76

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a Bronze Age grave which also contained six sheet bronze beads, 13 jet buttons, a jet toggle, and a necklace of 180 jet beads; depth c 0.46m below the surface prior to April 1970; no rootlets were present in the grave.

ID: 16125, C14 ID: HAR 1282 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Garton Slack; 1975-76

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

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Carbon Date. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; from trench 1, section A, ?a sunken path in a ritual pit.

ID: 16127, C14 ID: HAR 1284 Date BP: 3870 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3980, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Garton Slack; 1975-76

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from Grave II, cut into the summit of the mound.

ID: 15654, C14 ID: HAR 3880 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Chippenham: Water Hall Farm; 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. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a combined sample from various locations in the ring ditch. There was no stratigraphy in the ditch, the fill being fine sand. However all samples were located c 10-15cm from the bottom of the ditch in the primary silt. The depth of the ditch is c 60cm. Most of the fragments are large suggesting we are dealing with contemporary charcoal.

ID: 15655, C14 ID: HAR 2906 Date BP: 3510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3440

Abstract: Christchurch: Bargates, site X17; 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. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a mortuary house.

ID: 15657, C14 ID: HAR 5533 Date BP: 3600 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3500

Abstract: Church Lawton; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1990BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; charcoal spread on 'head' surface.

ID: 16454, C14 ID: HAR 6604 Date BP: 3990 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4060, End BP: 3920

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Blackwater 7, St Lawrence; 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. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 16456, C14 ID: HAR 6618 Date BP: 4000 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4070, End BP: 3930

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. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the pit with Beaker pottery.

ID: 16459, C14 ID: HAR 8154 Date BP: 3830 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Clacton 1, Jaywick; 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. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a ditch surrounding the barrow. The sample came from the primary silts and was sealed by slumping from the barrow.

ID: 15662, C14 ID: HAR 5538 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Church Lawton; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the top of the old land surface sealed beneath cairn 38, context OLS 534. The charcoal occurred over a fairly wide area and was scattered; ie it was not just a result of a small fire but may be the result of clearance of woodland prior to construction of the cairn.

ID: 15665, C14 ID: HAR 6548 Date BP: 3650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3570

Abstract: Chysauster; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pot P3 containing a cremation burial. The pot was contained in pit 548 under a small cist outside the kerb of the cairn.

ID: 15666, C14 ID: HAR 6549 Date BP: 3790 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3670

Abstract: Chysauster; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pot P4 containing a cremation burial from pit 529, located outside the kerb of the cairn.

ID: 15667, C14 ID: HAR 6651 Date BP: 3680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Chysauster; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of pot P2 containing a cremation burial, located in pit 551 below the cairn but near the centre of it.

ID: 15668, C14 ID: HAR 6652 Date BP: 3740 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Chysauster; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a large amount of charcoal of bark with curvature retained, found well sealed within a cremation pit containing burnt bone. The feature was undisturbed and there is little or no chance of contamination.

ID: 15913, C14 ID: GU 5128 Date BP: 3530 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; found well sealed within the lower fill of cremation pit 231, containing a mixture of burnt bone and the charcoal submitted. The feature was undisturbed and there is little or no chance of contamination.

ID: 15914, C14 ID: GU 5129 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Eaglestone Flat; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: soil; from a palaeosol containing pockets of charcoal.

ID: 16424, C14 ID: HAR 1750 Date BP: 3750 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Horbling Fen; 1976-77

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

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Carbon Date. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from small twigs within the base fills of one of a group of pits of similar size and form.These were all cut into a junction between the ditches of the Neolithic 'enclosure' and a later cursus.

ID: 16175, C14 ID: GU 5266 Date BP: 4000 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4060, End BP: 3940

Abstract: Godmanchester: Rectory Farm; 1992-93

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

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Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from small twigs within the base fills of one of a group of pits of similar size and form.These were all cut into a junction between the ditches of the Neolithic 'enclosure' and a later cursus.

ID: 16176, C14 ID: GU 5267 Date BP: 3830 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3770

Abstract: Godmanchester: Rectory Farm; 1992-93

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

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from two cattle mandibles (left and right) found just above the primary fill of one of the two entrance ditch terminals of the Neolithic 'enclosure'.In the other ditch terminal there was an upper ox skull placed on the base of the ditch and it is possible that these are from one animal.

ID: 16179, C14 ID: AA 9569 Date BP: 3740 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3795, End BP: 3685

Abstract: Godmanchester: Rectory Farm; 1992-93

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

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; the sample was well stratified in an organic layer within channel sediments below the permanent watertable. Some calcareous gravel was present in the deposit.

ID: 16181, C14 ID: GU 5097 Date BP: 3740 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Gravelly Guy; 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. 1709BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from context 4013/12, a Beaker burial with significant and rich grave goods. The earliest in a stratified sequence of burial deposits within a multiple ring ditch, which is part of the major ceremonial/funerary complex surrounding the Devils Quoits stone circle henge.

ID: 16184, C14 ID: UB 3122 Date BP: 3709 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3744, End BP: 3674

Abstract: Gravelly Guy: Stanton Harcourt; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1666BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from context 4013/9, a Beaker burial stratified immediately above the burial context 4013/2 (UB-3122), and associated with a fine handled beaker. The stratigraphy suggests that a wooden chamber for burial 4013/2 collapsed after the burial of 4013/9, so a similar date might be expected.

ID: 16185, C14 ID: UB 3123 Date BP: 3666 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3701, End BP: 3631

Abstract: Gravelly Guy: Stanton Harcourt; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1677BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 4014/3, a cremation deposit stratified later than 4013/2 (UB-3122) and 4013/9 (UB-3123).

ID: 16186, C14 ID: UB 3125 Date BP: 3677 +/- 53, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3624

Abstract: Gravelly Guy: Stanton Harcourt; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; an amalgamated sample of all the charcoal fragments from the ditch fill (layer 9A), which contained a possibly deliberate deposit of domestic rubbish from the henge; the pottery has possible Beaker affinities.

ID: 15704, C14 ID: HAR 3064 Date BP: 3720 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Condicote: Henge; 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. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the penultimate phase of the lower silting layer 14, which contained substantial pieces of burnt timber in the north-west corner of the ditch section.

ID: 15705, C14 ID: HAR 3067 Date BP: 3670 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3570

Abstract: Condicote: Henge; 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. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a midden lens in layer 3 associated with Grooved ware pottery of late Neolithic date, and large quantities of cattle bone.

ID: 15931, C14 ID: Q 3093 Date BP: 3860 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3810

Abstract: Etton Landscape, Maxey; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1875BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the palaeochannel, which overlay the midden complex F408 (Q-3094). This context is the earliest of a series of stream channels, which post-dates the Neolithic features, and pre-dates the alluvial overburden. The wood was not grown in situ but incorporated in basal fill.

ID: 15940, C14 ID: Q 3149 Date BP: 3875 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3925, End BP: 3825

Abstract: Etton Landscape, Maxey; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 2961/A/3, the lower levels of a pit occurring within a small cluster of pits. The sample is associated with charred plant remains, flints, and Beaker pottery. The context is part of a domestic Beaker settlement close to contemporary burial monuments.

ID: 16188, C14 ID: UB 3127 Date BP: 3760 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Gravelly Guy: Stanton Harcourt; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1922BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context 2961/A/1, the upper levels of a pit occurring within a small cluster of such pits. Compare with UB-3127 from lower levels of the same pit.

ID: 16189, C14 ID: UB 3128 Date BP: 3922 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3967, End BP: 3877

Abstract: Gravelly Guy: Stanton Harcourt; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from Feature F1, Section V, found in close proximity to HAR-1154.

ID: 16203, C14 ID: HAR 1155 Date BP: 3590 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 3740, End BP: 3440

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. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; the sample consists of a post from an area of posts and brushwood contained within, and cutting, the lower peat of the Hullbridge sequence, which at this point is rather humified.

ID: 16469, C14 ID: HAR 5737 Date BP: 3680 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Crouch 23; 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. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from top of the Flandrian lower peat.

ID: 16472, C14 ID: HAR 5223 Date BP: 3660 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Crouch 4; 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. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from base of the Flandrian lower peat.

ID: 16474, C14 ID: HAR 5226 Date BP: 3760 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Crouch 4; 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. 1910BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from base of wood peat, 46cm thick, exposed in bank section.

ID: 16480, C14 ID: HAR 8647 Date BP: 3910 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3980, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Hullbridge Survey: Thames Site II, Purfleet; 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. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; bone from grave 2, which cuts and thus post-dates grave 1. No datable artefacts were recovered.

ID: 15710, C14 ID: HAR 8516 Date BP: 3530 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3390

Abstract: Cot Nab; 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. 1950BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; bone from grave 1, which is cut by grave 2.

ID: 15711, C14 ID: HAR 8517 Date BP: 3950 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 4080, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Cot Nab; 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. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; the three samples in this series, HAR-8054/5 and HAR-8979, were taken from a silted up former channel of the River Exe. The channel was 1.6m deep, filled with blue clay (turning brown on exposure), with darker horizontal laminations containing wood, twigs, and leaves. This sample was taken from a depth of 110-120cm from the top of the channel.

ID: 15947, C14 ID: HAR 8979 Date BP: 3720 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Exeter: Albany Road; 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. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a possibly Bronze Age inhumation.

ID: 15951, C14 ID: HAR 4399 Date BP: 3520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3440

Abstract: Exning; 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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper, transgressive contact of the basal peat, at an altitude of -0.22 to -0.26m OD.

ID: 15960, C14 ID: Q 2568 Date BP: 3810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Fenland Project: Bettison's Bridge; 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. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fills of pits F3 and F5, associated with Iron Age 'B' type pottery.

ID: 16215, C14 ID: HAR 1323 Date BP: 3780 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Guiting Power; 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. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; part of the Fenland Survey Project investigating buried landscapes and the general pattern of settlement in the Fens.

ID: 16216, C14 ID: HAR 5657 Date BP: 3510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3440

Abstract: Hacconby Fen; 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. 1950BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a minor pit containing charcoal and flint flakes in the primary context of an early Bronze Age barrow.

ID: 16218, C14 ID: HAR 6176 Date BP: 3950 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4040, End BP: 3860

Abstract: Haddenham: Snow's Farm Barrow; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a pit exterior to the barrow, sealed by barrow slip, and possibly pre-dating the barrow.

ID: 16221, C14 ID: HAR 6181 Date BP: 3810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Haddenham: Snow's Farm Barrow; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1885BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a deposit of heat-shattered flints and charcoal forming a burnt flint mound on the pre-transgression palaeosol, subsequently sealed by estuarine clays. It came from an intertidal site and the deposit was subject to some burrowing by annelids and molluscs.

ID: 16439, C14 ID: OxA 2297 Date BP: 3885 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3955, End BP: 3815

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. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the base of the intercalated peat on top of the marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -1.65 to -1.70m OD.

ID: 15962, C14 ID: Q 2580 Date BP: 3800 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3865, End BP: 3735

Abstract: Fenland Project: Coffue Drove; 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. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the basal peat, at its transgressive contact with overlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -1.03 to -1.05m OD (at the boundary of pollen zones CG-3/CG-4; Waller 1994, fig 9.3).

ID: 15970, C14 ID: Q 2552 Date BP: 3700 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Fenland Project: Farcet Fen; 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. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from within the basal peat, at an altitude of -1.05 to -1.07m OD.

ID: 15971, C14 ID: Q 2553 Date BP: 3720 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3660

Abstract: Fenland Project: Farcet Fen; 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. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from within the basal peat at the boundary of pollen zones CG-2 and CG-3 (Waller 1994, fig 9.3), at an altitude of -1.17 to -1.19m OD.

ID: 15972, C14 ID: Q 2554 Date BP: 3780 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Fenland Project: Farcet Fen; 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. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the base of basal peat, at an altitude of -1.29 to -1.31m OD.

ID: 15973, C14 ID: Q 2555 Date BP: 3960 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4030, End BP: 3890

Abstract: Fenland Project: Farcet Fen; 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. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a concentration of charcoal fragments associated with fragments of cremated bone within a small cremation pit (F8); approximately 0.4m below the surface. The pit was a small feature located near the inner edge of the northern part of ring ditch (F3).

ID: 15482, C14 ID: OxA 4208 Date BP: 3510 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3420

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. 1535BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary fill (2034) of feature (F22) at the centre of ring ditch F3 (B9). The fill consisted of silt and gravel suggesting a rapid infilling of the feature soon after its construction. It seems likely that charcoal was deposited within this fill early in the history of the feature. The sample was collected approximately 1.2m below the surface.

ID: 15484, C14 ID: OxA 4210 Date BP: 3535 +/- 105, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3430

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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from satellite cremation grave F267 within area of barrow B15 but probably below the barrow material, its allocation depends on position and not stratigraphy. The charcoal in it should be about the same date as samples HAR-6547 and HAR-6560, whether the satellite cremation was buried at the same time as the primary funeral pyre or was emplaced between the pyre phase and barrow construction.

ID: 15489, C14 ID: HAR 6561 Date BP: 3540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Bromfield; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1815BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the base of an intercalated, upper peat at its contact with marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -1.495 to -1.515m OD. Contamination from modern vegetation may be a serious problem in this upper peat sample, as there was visible rootlet penetration even though the area sampled was chosen to avoid this as much as possible.

ID: 15977, C14 ID: Q 2551 Date BP: 3815 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3885, End BP: 3745

Abstract: Fenland Project: Feltwell Common; 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. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the transgressive contact of the basal peat with the overlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -0.505 to -0.545m OD.

ID: 15983, C14 ID: Q 2502 Date BP: 3550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Fenland Project: Foulmire Fen A; 1985-86

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

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Carbon Date. 1975BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the basal peat at its transgressive contact with overlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -0.22 to -0.24m OD.

ID: 15987, C14 ID: Q 2506 Date BP: 3975 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4045, End BP: 3905

Abstract: Fenland Project: Foulmire Fen B; 1985-86

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

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Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit at the centre of large ring ditch 417, containing cremated bone. The pit is the primary feature of the monument.

ID: 15495, C14 ID: HAR 9139 Date BP: 3650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3570

Abstract: Burghfield: Field Farm; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a cremation urn with a smaller ring ditch, 604, about 75m to the north east of ring ditch 417. The urn was reasonably intact when found although the top had been removed by the scraper.

ID: 15497, C14 ID: HAR 9140 Date BP: 3690 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3570

Abstract: Burghfield: Field Farm; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the burnt layer in ring ditch 417; from the fill on the west side of the monument only. This activity is unassociated with artefactual material and may represent primary clearance of woodland for agricultural purposes.

ID: 15498, C14 ID: HAR 9142 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Burghfield: Field Farm; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1825BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper, transgressive contact of the basal peat, at an altitude of -0.12 to -0.16m OD.

ID: 15996, C14 ID: Q 2565 Date BP: 3825 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Fenland Project: Gipsey Bridge; 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. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper, transgressive contact of the basal peat at an altitude of -0.48 to -0.52m OD. This sample was from sampling position 11 (TF 2802 4982).

ID: 15998, C14 ID: Q 2567 Date BP: 3790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3710

Abstract: Fenland Project: Gipsey Bridge; 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. 1855BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the middle intercalated peat at its transgressive contact with the overlying blue clay, at an altitude of -1.57 to -1.66m OD.

ID: 16002, C14 ID: Q 2572 Date BP: 3855 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3935, End BP: 3775

Abstract: Fenland Project: Hobbs Lot Farm, March; 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. 1825BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the upper, transgressive contact of the basal peat, at an altitude of -1.00 to -1.03m OD (TF35915795).

ID: 16019, C14 ID: Q 2525 Date BP: 3825 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3895, End BP: 3755

Abstract: Fenland Project: Midville; 1985-86

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

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from an altitude of -1.11 to -1.20m OD (TF35915794). The sample is one of the large blocks of wood lying within and especially at the base of the basal peat, the whole height of the sample represents the whole thickness of the basal peat.

ID: 16021, C14 ID: Q 2527 Date BP: 3780 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Fenland Project: Midville; 1985-86

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: grain; from a pit, associated with a group of decorated saucepan pots, which are typical of the later ceramic assemblage - pit P604, layer 2.

ID: 15808, C14 ID: HAR 966 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Danebury; 1974-75

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; site I (1) known as Trevassaborough, from fires in Barrow 1.

ID: 15810, C14 ID: HAR 6634 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Davidstow Moor; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; site V(2), from a miniature cairn (F2) outside the kerb on the axis of the south-east quadrant of Barrow 2.

ID: 15811, C14 ID: HAR 6635 Date BP: 3580 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Davidstow Moor; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; site VIII(8), from the centre, on old turf, in barrow 8.

ID: 15812, C14 ID: HAR 6640 Date BP: 3740 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Davidstow Moor; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1745BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; from the upper most layer (Fa), which immediately underlay a horizon of stabilization and in situ soil formation (layer F). It was unaffected by Roman ploughing in the henge ditch. The layer represents a phase of slower silting.

ID: 15815, C14 ID: OxA 3686 Date BP: 3745 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3805, End BP: 3685

Abstract: Devil's Quoits; 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. 1995BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from layer G, a gradual soil silt overlying the primary gravel fill of the ditch bottom. This layer was associated with Beaker pottery and flintwork and should be contemporary with the site's occupation. Layer G may have derived from cultivation close to the henge ditch.

ID: 15816, C14 ID: OxA 3687 Date BP: 3995 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4055, End BP: 3935

Abstract: Devil's Quoits; 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. 1845BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from layer H, immediately underlying layer G, which produced the sample for OxA-3687. Little artefactual material other than residual flintwork was recovered at this level.

ID: 15817, C14 ID: OxA 3688 Date BP: 3845 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Devil's Quoits; 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. 1955BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; from the original packing material in stonehole F17, part of the Devil's Quoits stone circle. Although the standing stone had been removed disturbance of the packing material was minimal.

ID: 15818, C14 ID: OxA 3689 Date BP: 3955 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 4020, End BP: 3890

Abstract: Devil's Quoits; 1991-92

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

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

Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top, transgressive contact of the basal peat, at an altitude of -1.89 to -1.97m OD.

ID: 16025, C14 ID: Q 2578 Date BP: 3550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Fenland Project: Morton Fen 10/50; 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. 1950BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the basal peat at its transgressive contact with overlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -3.28 to -3.33m OD.

ID: 16037, C14 ID: Q 2813 Date BP: 3950 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 4045, End BP: 3855

Abstract: Fenland Project: Ouse Haddenham; 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. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the ancient land surface, which was sealed by accumulated brown sand immediately before the construction of the stone round house.

ID: 16290, C14 ID: HAR 1922 Date BP: 3550 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Harlyn Bay; 1976-77

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

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Carbon Date. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the old ground surface beneath the mound, associated with sherds of Collared Urn.

ID: 16292, C14 ID: HAR 486 Date BP: 3720 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Harpley; 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. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary burial.

ID: 15549, C14 ID: HAR 490 Date BP: 3700 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Butterbump; 1973-74

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

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from burial 80, pit 430.The skeletal remains sealed below a large sarsen boulder and associated with a single copper alloy rivet. This burial lay at the centre of a ring ditch and an interrupted ditch enclosure; it was flexed at the base of a large circular pit.

ID: 15827, C14 ID: HAR 9159 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3490

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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from an undated trussed inhumation inserted into a Bronze Age barrow ditch and sealed by Romano-British plough soils.

ID: 15833, C14 ID: HAR 9662 Date BP: 3810 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Dorchester: Allington Avenue; 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. 1955BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the basal peat at its contact with marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -3.06 to -3.075m OD.

ID: 16047, C14 ID: Q 2528 Date BP: 3955 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4025, End BP: 3885

Abstract: Fenland Project: Pymore; 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. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; piece N, stitch 135, 404; the sample is part of a yew strap used to hold the planks of boat together.

ID: 15847, C14 ID: GU 5292 Date BP: 3830 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Dover Boat: wigglematching; 1992-93

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

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1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from borehole 24 at an altitude of -1.18 to -1.21m OD.

ID: 16057, C14 ID: Q 2595 Date BP: 3840 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3895, End BP: 3785

Abstract: Fenland Project: Redmere; 1987-88

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

Carbon Date. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the base of the upper peat at its regressive contact with the underlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -0.56 to -0.60m OD.

ID: 16059, C14 ID: Q 2584 Date BP: 3630 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3550

Abstract: Fenland Project: Somersham; 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. 1855BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of basal peat at its transgressive contact with the overlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -2.15 to -2.18m OD.

ID: 16060, C14 ID: Q 2585 Date BP: 3855 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3935, End BP: 3775

Abstract: Fenland Project: Somersham; 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. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the basal peat at its transgressive contact with overlying marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -1.33 to -1.37m OD.

ID: 16068, C14 ID: Q 2809 Date BP: 3820 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 3710

Abstract: Fenland Project: Wallace's Drove; 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. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: waterlogged plant macrofossil; preserved by possible singeing and waterlogging. This sample is of a material preserved in such a way that there is less likelihood of redeposition being a factor, though other seeds from the context were more obviously singed and this could be a factor in the preservation of this item.

ID: 15859, C14 ID: OxA 2072 Date BP: 3630 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3550

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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the base of an intercalated peat, at its contact with underlying marine/brackish clay, from an altitude of -1.38 to -1.41m OD.

ID: 16073, C14 ID: Q 2821 Date BP: 3810 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Fenland Project: Welney Washes; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the basal peat, at its transgressive contact with the marine/brackish clay, at an altitude of -3.13 to -3.16m OD.

ID: 16079, C14 ID: Q 2812 Date BP: 3720 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3795, End BP: 3645

Abstract: Fenland Project: Whittlesey Mere; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the lower, regressive contact of an intercalated peat bed with underlying clay, at an altitude of -1.08 to -1.13m OD. This contact is very gradual.

ID: 16084, C14 ID: Q 2589 Date BP: 3820 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Fenland Project: Wiggenhall St Germans Site A; 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. 1910BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; associated with many fragments of pot Urn II. Flakes of flint showing traces of burning and deposits of charcoal and ash were also found with the pot sherds. Found in undisturbed soil sealed by final capping mound.

ID: 16337, C14 ID: HAR 8774 Date BP: 3910 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4060, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Hawsker: Gnipe Howe Round Barrow; 1985-86

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

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from layer 0005 at the base of wood-lined pit 0001, is one of several known 'burnt flint' sites with troughs and pits.

ID: 16864, C14 ID: HAR 9271 Date BP: 3760 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Mildenhall: Swales Fen, MNL-204; 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. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a patch of burnt and crackled flints in a field on the fen edge.

ID: 16865, C14 ID: HAR 1876 Date BP: 3720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, Gravel Drove, MNL-124; 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. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a Bronze Age occupation surface spreading into the fen edge; the sample was exposed to the air during excavation, so there is a slight possibility of contamination of the outer surface.

ID: 16866, C14 ID: HAR 2510 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-130; 1977-78

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

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a Bronze Age occupation surface spreading into the fen edge; the sample was exposed to the air during excavation, so there is a slight possibility of contamination of the outer surface.

ID: 16867, C14 ID: HAR 2516 Date BP: 3510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-130; 1977-78

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

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

Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a burnt flint potboiler deposit, sealing a fossil soil developed from a calcareous marl.

ID: 16869, C14 ID: HAR 2690 Date BP: 3650 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-137; 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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood and peat; this sample is from vestigial truncated peats, at a depth of 55-60cm.

ID: 17005, C14 ID: GU 5321 Date BP: 3810 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3750

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. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill inside internal vessel.

ID: 17368, C14 ID: HAR 4446 Date BP: 3820 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Ribchester; 1981-82

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

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

Carbon Date. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the presence of Caprinus charcoal is very surprising as the tree is only native in south-east England within the British isles. its presence suggests that either it was brought as an artefact or the species had been planted by man. If the latter, the sample is likely to be Anglo-Saxon in age.

ID: 17370, C14 ID: GU 5236 Date BP: 3860 +/- 170, Start Date BP: 4030, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Richmond: St Giles Hospital; 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. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from part of felled oak tree, burnt in situ, probably relating to a clearance episode.

ID: 16874, C14 ID: HAR 5637 Date BP: 3650 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3550

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from pit 4284, used for soaking antler prior to working. The sample consists of charcoal from layers 4284 and 4287.

ID: 16877, C14 ID: HAR 9268 Date BP: 3510 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 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. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the top fill of layer 4379 of Neolithic pit 4377, which cut into a sand hummock.

ID: 16878, C14 ID: HAR 9269 Date BP: 3520 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 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. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from layer 4249 in water pit 4226, a large pit with sandy wet fills.

ID: 16880, C14 ID: HAR 9272 Date BP: 3530 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Mildenhall: West Row Fen, MNL-165; 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. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a layer of hearth sweepings in the fill of a ditch, associated with sherds of plain Neolithic carinated bowls and pottery with Rinyo-Clacton affinities.

ID: 16888, C14 ID: HAR 858 Date BP: 3780 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Milton Keynes: Stacey Bushes, MK-228; 1974-75

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

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Carbon Date. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

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: 17027, C14 ID: OxA 4213 Date BP: 3840 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 3925, End BP: 3755

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. 1665BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; barrow 2; burial 13, period 3. A crouched burial in a container at the base of a large and deep grave, assumed to be of early Bronze Age date. There were no grave goods. This grave was also assumed to be the first of the second series of burials of period 3.

ID: 17162, C14 ID: UB 3247 Date BP: 3665 +/- 42, Start Date BP: 3707, End BP: 3623

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. 1850BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; a sample from transect 46; from pale grey organic silts from 1.13-1.14m depth. The sample should date to before c 2550 BC, as it is stratigraphically below HAR-9146.

ID: 17391, C14 ID: OxA 3038 Date BP: 3850 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3950, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Roadford Reservoir; 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. 1521BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; this sample came from soil pit 18, 0.85-86m below the ground surface on the floodplain of a tributary of the river Wolf, below Toft Farm. The occurrence of charcoal and the deposition of alluvial sediments may be associated with early phases of land use in the valley.

ID: 17394, C14 ID: UB 3208 Date BP: 3521 +/- 54, Start Date BP: 3575, End BP: 3467

Abstract: Roadford Reservoir; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1930BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; this sample came from a brownish-black greasy humified peat grading into pale grey organic silty clay at 0.85-0.86m.

ID: 17401, C14 ID: HAR 9146 Date BP: 3930 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3990, End BP: 3870

Abstract: Roadford Reservoir; 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. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; the sample was taken from a cleaned ditch-side.

ID: 17031, C14 ID: GU 5182 Date BP: 3780 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3720

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Stafford's Dyke; 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. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; this sample was from a peat core 270cm deep. The sample was 128-133cm from the present surface.

ID: 17038, C14 ID: GU 5028 Date BP: 3680 +/- 230, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3450

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Winmarleigh Moss; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; this sample was from a peat core 270cm deep. The sample was 138-143cm from the present surface.

ID: 17039, C14 ID: GU 5029 Date BP: 3630 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3530

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Winmarleigh Moss; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; sample from a peat core 270cm.Sample was 145-150cm from the present surface.

ID: 17040, C14 ID: GU 5030 Date BP: 3810 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3710

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Winmarleigh Moss; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1970BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; this sample was from a peat core 270cm deep. The sample was 160-165cm from the present surface.

ID: 17041, C14 ID: GU 5031 Date BP: 3970 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 4110, End BP: 3830

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Winmarleigh Moss; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the central cremation, at the base of a pit containing a Collared Urn cremation; the date should be similar to HAR-998, probably Early or Middle Bronze Age.

ID: 17415, C14 ID: HAR 997 Date BP: 3620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Roxton: ring ditch (B); 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. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a concentration of cremated bone at the base of the smaller secondary pit, below the scattered pottery and bone from the first burial (HAR-1001).

ID: 17417, C14 ID: HAR 1000 Date BP: 3660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3740, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Roxton: ring ditch (C); 1975-76

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

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

Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small but intense fire burnt, in situ, in the larger pit near the secondary burial.

ID: 17419, C14 ID: HAR 1002 Date BP: 3620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3540

Abstract: Roxton: ring ditch (C); 1975-76

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

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

Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the scattered pottery and cremation of the robbed primary burial, which was thrown back into the fill of the secondary pits.

ID: 17423, C14 ID: HAR 999 Date BP: 3800 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 3670

Abstract: Roxton: ring ditch (C); 1975-76

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

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

Carbon Date. 1724BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; this sample is taken from a depth of 188-190cm in the Lindow Moss as part of a pollen core.

ID: 16663, C14 ID: UB 3241 Date BP: 3724 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3779, End BP: 3669

Abstract: Lindow Moss: pollen sequence; 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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; Buxton 2: 47-48cm.

ID: 16665, C14 ID: OxA 1976 Date BP: 3540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton; 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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F41, layers 41 and 42 (68): fill of a pit, or third recut, in an inner causewayed ditch segment; the expected date is Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age.

ID: 17052, C14 ID: HAR 2389 Date BP: 3540 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Northampton: Briar 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. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F240, the fill of a cremation burial, accompanied by a burnt barbed-and-tanged flint arrowhead; probably Early Bronze Age.

ID: 17058, C14 ID: HAR 4058 Date BP: 3700 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3550

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. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F228A, pit (possibly part of a structure) cut into the upper fill of inner ditch segment F192C; the expected date is Neolithic.

ID: 17061, C14 ID: HAR 4067 Date BP: 3730 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3660

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. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal;

ID: 17198, C14 ID: HAR 1089 Date BP: 3790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3710

Abstract: Peterborough; 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. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal;

ID: 17199, C14 ID: HAR 1090 Date BP: 3770 +/- 170, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Peterborough; 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. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal;

ID: 17201, C14 ID: HAR 1092 Date BP: 3790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3710

Abstract: Peterborough; 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. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F192C, the inner ditch of the outer enclosure; the middle fill of the third phase cut (of four).

ID: 17064, C14 ID: HAR 4073 Date BP: 3790 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3690

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. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from F258, a possible pit in the upper fill of the inner ditch segment F192B (possibly connected with F228); the expected date is Neolithic.

ID: 17067, C14 ID: HAR 4089 Date BP: 3620 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3530

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. 1900BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; sample 175, F165, from the bottom of the second cut of at least four in a segment of the spiral ditch on the north side of the inner enclosure. The sample is from a patch of burnt material (possibly a hearth) on the very bottom of the cut. There were traces of burning in situ.

ID: 17070, C14 ID: HAR 5125 Date BP: 3900 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3990, End BP: 3810

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. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a presumed mesolithic feature.

ID: 17210, C14 ID: HAR 4033 Date BP: 3880 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Poldowrian; 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. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit, containing a coarse pot, adjacent to, but not stratigraphically connected with the mound.

ID: 17215, C14 ID: HAR 3108 Date BP: 4000 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 4150, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Poldowrian, CAS; 1978-79

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

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

Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: grain; the grain is from a small 'cache' that was found in a burnt area of old land surface associated with prehistoric field walls. Two pieces of pottery that appear to be prehistoric were also found. Naked barley is rarely found on archaeological sites.

ID: 17472, C14 ID: OxA 3649 Date BP: 3620 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3550

Abstract: Samson: East Porth; 1991-92

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

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

Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; the peat core was taken from a very narrow river terrace downslope from the archaeological site and above the present stream bed of the Wye. Builder's spoil had been dumped on the surface approximately 6 months before sampling but this and some surface peat was removed before peat coring was attempted. The sample contains carbonate and humic acids. The nearness of the water table is not known since the hydrology of the whole site is puzzling. The plateau above the sample site is very wet and the water table appears perched. As the sample was wet peat, presumably the water table is near. The sample was taken approximately 45cm from the original surface (taking into account the removal of some surface peat during sampling).

ID: 16685, C14 ID: OxA 2301 Date BP: 3940 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 4000, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Lismore Fields, Buxton II; 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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a soil above the primary fill of the inner ditch; finds from below this comprise only flint flakes and animal bone; there is no ceramic evidence to complement the C14 determination.

ID: 16688, C14 ID: HAR 2541 Date BP: 3540 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Little Cressingham; 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. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: waterlogged plant macrofossil; these appear to be plant remains growing in the bottom of the ditch prior to a major relining.They were trapped between the silt deposits and clay lining.

ID: 16713, C14 ID: HAR 6183 Date BP: 3520 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3440

Abstract: London: Fulham Palace moated site; 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. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a discontinous deposit of charcoal (?the remains of a coffin) within grave 74, which cut an earlier grave and which was itself inserted into the infilled inner ditch.

ID: 17112, C14 ID: HAR 3611 Date BP: 3610 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Norwich: Bowthorpe; 1979-80

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

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a grave marker or shoring to the west of a plank-built coffin in grave 92, which contained an incomplete Beaker; the grave lay 7m outside the inner ditch, and 3m beneath the fill of the outer ditch.

ID: 17113, C14 ID: HAR 3630 Date BP: 3530 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Norwich: Bowthorpe; 1979-80

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

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from a large cremation deposit contained by a Collared Urn; this formed the central deposit within the barrow ring-ditch.

ID: 17120, C14 ID: GU 5187 Date BP: 3740 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3660

Abstract: Norwich: Southern Bypass; 1991-92

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

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Carbon Date. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; this sample was taken from a substantial deposit contained by a shallow ring-ditch representing one phase in the development of a major barrow monument. The sample's position was shallow, but appeared undisturbed and would until recently have been completely sealed by a barrow mound. The sample appeared to be an undisturbed small branch/twig.

ID: 17121, C14 ID: GU 5188 Date BP: 3860 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3920, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Norwich: Southern Bypass; 1991-92

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

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Carbon Date. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from a coffin containing an inhumation burial and Food Vessel. It was the central burial deposit in the barrow ring-ditch.

ID: 17124, C14 ID: GU 5191 Date BP: 3840 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3770

Abstract: Norwich: Southern Bypass; 1991-92

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

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; cremated bone associated with a fragmentary Bronze Age vessel (not diagnostic). Found at the centre of a pond barrow, which overlay a Neolithic ring ditch. The pond barrow was out by the outer ditch of barrow 12.

ID: 17255, C14 ID: OxA 1873 Date BP: 3510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1930BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from an unmarked beaker burial c 55m west of barrow 12, close to beaker burial F950. It was a shallow grave pit (c 20cm) with the burial disturbed by animal burrowing. The grave contained a child inhumation and 'barbed-wire' Beaker, Wessex/Middle Rhine beaker, bone disc, and three copper rings. The bones of a newborn baby were found in the Middle Rhine beaker (F919 SF597).

ID: 17256, C14 ID: OxA 1874 Date BP: 3930 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4010, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1990BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; bones of a new born found with a small quantity of cremated bone from a 2 to 3 year-old deposited in a Wessex/Middle Rhine Beaker, apparently inserted into the grave (919) which already contained the child dated by OxA-1874.

ID: 17257, C14 ID: OxA 1875 Date BP: 3990 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4070, End BP: 3910

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; one of two unaccompanied cremations found in shallow scoops cut into the base of a pond barrow. On the south-east side of the barrow, an arc of six inhumations associated with Food Vessels was excavated. An isolated inhumation (sample 5274) was found 4m north-east of the barrow.

ID: 17261, C14 ID: OxA 1879 Date BP: 3720 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a grave lined with stones (right side of the body near the feet).

ID: 17488, C14 ID: HAR 2482 Date BP: 3890 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4010, End BP: 3770

Abstract: Scorton; 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. 1565BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from a pit in the phase 1 pit circle. The upper surface of the pit was plough-eroded. The sample came from 160mm from the top of the feature.

ID: 17134, C14 ID: OxA 2421 Date BP: 3565 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3645, End BP: 3485

Abstract: Oakham; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the bottom of shaft grave 2, 5.25ft from the 1966 ground surface, 3.5ft below the top of the grave.

ID: 17138, C14 ID: HAR 4250 Date BP: 3780 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Octon Wold: Barrow 1; 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. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the bottom of shaft grave 2, as HAR-4250.

ID: 17139, C14 ID: HAR 4251 Date BP: 3820 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Octon Wold: Barrow 1; 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. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; a infant inhumation, with the pelvis and leg bones absent. A Food Vessel was deposited with burial, an it was withiin the central grave pit of the double-ditched barrow, barrow 12. It was deposited in a pit which cut through the backfill of the primary burial (F607). In the same pit, immediately beneath this burial, an unaccompanied cremation was found.

ID: 17266, C14 ID: OxA 1884 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from remains of a funeral pyre deposited with central cremation of Barrow 1. Associated finds included a copper/bronze knife, bone tweezers, and a bone ring-headed pin. The grave goods may have been inside a container of so far unidentified organic material with geometric and pointill? decoration.

ID: 17268, C14 ID: OxA 1886 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; a charred oak bier or tray on which lay the unaccompanied cremated remains of a 17-23 year old. This was the lower of two deposits in the central grave (605) of phase 2 of barrow 12, the overlying deposit being the inhumation dated by OxA-1884. This grave cut the phase 1 grave (607), the primary burial in which is dated by BM-2699.

ID: 17269, C14 ID: OxA 1887 Date BP: 3830 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; charcoal from layer 2 of ring ditch 611, the same layer in the upper silts as the urned cremation dated by OxA-1873.

ID: 17271, C14 ID: OxA 1889 Date BP: 3600 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Radley: Barrow Hills; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; column 1, top 2cm middle peat.

ID: 16510, C14 ID: GU 5226 Date BP: 3880 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 3830

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

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a dense charcoal spread around a timber coffin on the ancient soil surface beneath the barrow.

ID: 16891, C14 ID: HAR 6453 Date BP: 3580 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3660, End BP: 3500

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 4; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a horizontal timber flanking the timber coffin and its surrounding burned area on the ancient soil surface beneath the barrow.

ID: 16892, C14 ID: HAR 6454 Date BP: 3780 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 4; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a horizontal timber flanking the timber coffin and its surrounding burned area on the ancient soil surface beneath the barrow.

ID: 16894, C14 ID: HAR 6457 Date BP: 3590 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3500

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 4; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a charcoal laden occupation earth added to the loam core of an upstanding bell barrow. The sample is from the base of the core at the centre of the mound.

ID: 16896, C14 ID: HAR 6472 Date BP: 3590 +/- 190, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 4; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from occupation earth added to a loam core of this high bell barrow. The sample was from the base of the mound.

ID: 16897, C14 ID: HAR 6921 Date BP: 3530 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3420

Abstract: Milton Lilbourne: Barrow 4; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the fill of a posthole which appeared to have been cut during the deposition of the fill of the central ?burial pit within the mound of barrow 3.

ID: 17285, C14 ID: OxA 3051 Date BP: 3590 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3660, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from carbonised wood remains located within mound material near the centre of the barrow mound of barrow 4.

ID: 17287, C14 ID: OxA 3053 Date BP: 3530 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; the bone was recovered from the basal fill of a pit at the centre of the mound for barrow 5. The upper fill of the pit was sealed by remnant mound material. The pit cut another pit at the centre of the barrow, which contained five arrowheads and a Beaker, but no human remains.

ID: 17295, C14 ID: OxA 3120 Date BP: 3680 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; lower filling of pit truncated by mechanical stripping of topsoil and subsoil. Charcoal from pit 1136 cut into pit 1137, which contained Beaker sherds and flints. Charcoal from both pits has been combined in the sample to increase its size.

ID: 16776, C14 ID: HAR 8520 Date BP: 3870 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Longham; 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. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from pit 10, one of a series of otherwise undated pits.

ID: 16783, C14 ID: HAR 1695 Date BP: 3790 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Marc 3: Bridget's Farm, R5; 1976-77

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

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a planked coffin in grave 786; site coordinate 1152N 193E.

ID: 16922, C14 ID: HAR 450 Date BP: 3580 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Mucking; 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. 1504BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; this sample is an adult skeleton, which was recovered from a deep steep-sided grave, pit located 4.5m north-north-east of the centre of barrow 1. A bone pin (no. 38143) was found close by the hands.

ID: 17297, C14 ID: UB 3147 Date BP: 3504 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3542, End BP: 3466

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough; 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. 1681BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; primary inhumation from barrow 1. Burial and grave goods, including a Beaker vessel, were found on the floor of a large central grave pit. A timber structure was constructed over the pit, see OxA-4067. The skeleton was partially disarticulated and the mandible was missing. It is unclear whether the burial was disarticulated when deposited or subsequently disturbed if the coffin was left open for a period.

ID: 17298, C14 ID: UB 3148 Date BP: 3681 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3728, End BP: 3634

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough; 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. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; the bone deposit was up to 0.8m thick and covered an area of 10-15? metres, and contained abundant cattle teeth and bone fragments. Loss from ploughing and the construction of an anthrax pit means that the original deposit may have been somewhat larger. Most of the teeth are from maxillae (upper jaws). They and the other bones were scattered at random, but their distributions form a single cluster over and around the grave.

ID: 17300, C14 ID: OxA 2084 Date BP: 3610 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3500

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough skulls; 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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; the bone deposit was up to 0.8m thick and covered an area of 10-15? metres, and contained abundant cattle teeth and bone fragments. Loss from ploughing and the construction of an anthrax pit means that the original deposit may have been somewhat larger. Most of the teeth are from maxillae (upper jaws). They and the other bones were scattered at random, but their distributions form a single cluster over and around the grave.

ID: 17302, C14 ID: OxA 2086 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough skulls; 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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; the bone deposit was up to 0.8m thick and covered an area of 10-15? metres, and contained abundant cattle teeth and bone fragments. Loss from ploughing and the construction of an anthrax pit means that the original deposit may have been somewhat larger. Most of the teeth are from maxillae (upper jaws). They and the other bones were scattered at random, but their distributions form a single cluster over and around the grave.

ID: 17303, C14 ID: OxA 2087 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: Irthlingborough skulls; 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. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; from the bottom fill of chalk rubble, rainwash and brown marl in the round barrow ditch; trench 5, section E3.

ID: 16538, C14 ID: HAR 8780 Date BP: 3730 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3660

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

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from inside a burial urn of late Early Bronze Age or early Middle Bronze Age date, associated with a cremation; the expected date is late Early Bronze Age.

ID: 16540, C14 ID: HAR 4316 Date BP: 3560 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 3740, End BP: 3380

Abstract: Kimpton: Kalis Corner; 1980-81

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

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; between site areas F and G. From fill of probable late Neolithic pit some 0.75m deep containing several antlers, pottery, and waste flakes.

ID: 16793, C14 ID: HAR 8882 Date BP: 3800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Marc 3: Easton Lane Interchange, Winchester; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the flint core of the western barrow mound.

ID: 16802, C14 ID: HAR 1042 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Marc 3: Micheldever Wood, R4; 1974-75

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

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a fire on the old land surface of the barrow.

ID: 16933, C14 ID: HAR 8097 Date BP: 3550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Nancekuke: Penhale Barrow; 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. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; the antler was recovered from the very base of the pit-ring cut. The pit-ring was constructed from a series of sub-oval pits forming an unbroken circular ditch. The original pits appeared to have been excavated all at the same time. The antlers were the only artefacts found from the base. The whole feature appeared to have been backfilled with burnt material shortly after it had been constructed.

ID: 17307, C14 ID: GU 5316 Date BP: 3570 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3500

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. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; the antler was recovered from the very base of the pit-ring cut. The pit-ring was constructed from a series of sub-oval pits forming an unbroken circular ditch. The original pits appeared to have been excavated all at the same time. The antlers were the only artefacts found from the base. The whole feature appeared to have been backfilled with burnt material shortly after it had been constructed. This antler was found to the eastern edge of the pit-ring at the very base of the cut. Again in this area it was very apparent that the ditch had been backfilled very shortly after it had been constructed.

ID: 17308, C14 ID: GU 5317 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3490

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

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Carbon Date. 1608BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; human bone from primary Beaker inhumation of barrow 6. The turf mound of the barrow partly stood c 0.3m immediately over the burial. The mound had been mainly removed by Saxon and medieval activity, but this had not disturbed the grave at all.

ID: 17317, C14 ID: UB 3311 Date BP: 3608 +/- 41, Start Date BP: 3649, End BP: 3567

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, barrow 6; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a layer of organic peat in a former river channel, sealing a deposit of Late Neolithic refuse comprising Mortlake pottery, worked antler, and flint, including a Petit-tranchet derivative; also associated with a brushwood feature of unknown function, possibly a natural accumulation of flotsam.

ID: 16556, C14 ID: HAR 2498 Date BP: 3560 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Kingston-upon-Thames: Eden Walk; 1977-78

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

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

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: 16954, C14 ID: HAR 5542 Date BP: 3550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3470

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

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

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: 16955, C14 ID: HAR 5543 Date BP: 3590 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3510

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

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Carbon Date. 1883BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a stake burnt in situ in the gully of the secondary facade of the long mound. The sample was located towards the east end of the mound, and was overlaid by Saxon-medieval strata.

ID: 17321, C14 ID: UB 3324 Date BP: 3883 +/- 58, Start Date BP: 3941, End BP: 3825

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, long enclosure; 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. 1990BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; sample from one of two 7m long trunks laid on top of a brushwood platform and partially sealed by subsequent deposits of brushwood. The timbers were found in situ within the Nene palaeochannel beneath the ancient and modern water tables. The timber was sealed by later water deposited clays and gravels.

ID: 17326, C14 ID: UB 3319 Date BP: 3990 +/- 54, Start Date BP: 4044, End BP: 3936

Abstract: Raunds Prehistoric: West Cotton, palaeochannel and riverine structure; 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. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context number 5, cremation pit, cut into natural subsoil. Undisturbed cremation containing a complete collared urn of 'northern' type.

ID: 16838, C14 ID: HAR 5959 Date BP: 3640 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3550

Abstract: Maryport: Ewanrigg, Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from cremation pit containing large urn. Although the urn had been hit by the plough, the pit is a sealed context. The charcoal comes from the pit, outside the urn.

ID: 16840, C14 ID: HAR 5961 Date BP: 3700 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Maryport: Ewanrigg, Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 16964, C14 ID: GU 5272 Date BP: 3710 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3650

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

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Carbon Date. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone; from a rubbish pit containing domestic beaker; context 1260.

ID: 16592, C14 ID: HAR 5499 Date BP: 3710 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Lechlade: Rough Ground Farm; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone; from pit 962, containing Grooved ware.

ID: 16593, C14 ID: HAR 5500 Date BP: 3940 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4020, End BP: 3860

Abstract: Lechlade: Rough Ground Farm; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone; from a pit containing Grooved ware.

ID: 16594, C14 ID: HAR 5501 Date BP: 3820 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Lechlade: Rough Ground Farm; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from cremation pit containing fragments of coarse pottery.

ID: 16843, C14 ID: HAR 7072 Date BP: 3570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3490

Abstract: Maryport: Ewanrigg, Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery; 1985-86

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

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from cremation pit with an enlarged food vessel.

ID: 16848, C14 ID: HAR 7077 Date BP: 3700 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Maryport: Ewanrigg, Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery; 1985-86

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

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Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; 345-350cm of a peat core of 480cm.

ID: 16988, C14 ID: GU 5167 Date BP: 3790 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3690

Abstract: North West Wetlands Survey: Fenton Cottage; 1991-92

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

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from an intermittent spread of charcoal (0.6m x 0.2m x 0.03m) interpreted as a charred board, in the secondary grave at the centre of the ring ditch; the charcoal sealed a bronze awl and was immediately adjacent to a shale button and flint implements; the grave also contained a long-necked Beaker.

ID: 17355, C14 ID: HAR 3000 Date BP: 3760 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3670

Abstract: Ravenstone: Ring Ditch II; 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. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; duplicate of CR02, briquetage mound. Sample taken from bottom of peat above clay, feature 13, containing briquetage (Trench A).

ID: 17615, C14 ID: HAR 9189 Date BP: 3560 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3500

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Claylands, Cripps River; 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. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from area 6; the hurdles were severely damaged by old peat cutting and were thus exposed.

ID: 17617, C14 ID: HAR 3447 Date BP: 3870 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3950, End BP: 3790

Abstract: Somerset Levels: East Moors, Ashcott Heath; 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. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from area 3.

ID: 17618, C14 ID: HAR 3448 Date BP: 3770 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Somerset Levels: East Moors, Ashcott Heath; 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. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from area 10.

ID: 17619, C14 ID: HAR 3449 Date BP: 3750 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Somerset Levels: East Moors, Ashcott Heath; 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. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from an Early Bronze Age hurdle structure.

ID: 17627, C14 ID: HAR 3838 Date BP: 3600 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3530

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Eclipse Track; 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. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from within zone E4, of local sequence and therefore probably near or at the regional zone D/E boundary.

ID: 17630, C14 ID: HAR 4867 Date BP: 3860 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3920, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Eclipse Track; 1981-82

Archaeologist Name:

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. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the secondary burial of the early Bronze Age barrow, context IR304. The burial was accompanied by a Beaker and inserted into the grave occupied by skeleton IR340 (HAR-6630), whose bones were stacked at the foot of the grave.

ID: 18149, C14 ID: HAR 6631 Date BP: 3510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3430

Abstract: West Heslerton: Prehistoric; 1983-84

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

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

Carbon Date. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a large deposit of charcoal in context IL00034, sealed by a preserved barrow mound and adjacent to cremation burial IL00065.

ID: 18150, C14 ID: HAR 6690 Date BP: 3840 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3800

Abstract: West Heslerton: Prehistoric; 1983-84

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

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from a secondary burial in context 1L00110. The burial was inserted through the barrow mound within a year of the mound's construction. This was probably sometime from the date of the primary burials.

ID: 18151, C14 ID: HAR 8241 Date BP: 3510 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3470

Abstract: West Heslerton: Prehistoric; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from context IR101. An Iron Age burial inserted into an early Bronze Age burial. The burial was accompanied by an Arras type pot.

ID: 18152, C14 ID: HAR 8325 Date BP: 3640 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3600

Abstract: West Heslerton: Prehistoric; 1987-88

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

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Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from inter-tidal feature F31; one of 30 surviving pegs in an alignment which runs for some 30 metres along the centre of a silted channel in the inter-tidal zone of this site on the southern shore of the Solent. The peg was in the fill of the silted channel and was revealed through coastal erosion. The peg has been exposed to marine environment for much of its life, and protruded from the silt at -1.56m OD.

ID: 18436, C14 ID: GU 5051 Date BP: 3650 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Wootton-Quarr: Wootton Creek; 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. 1528BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; a slice was taken from post 182 for dendrochronology. This post was one of several in situ in the intertidal zone on this part of the eroding beach. The function and period are unknown.

ID: 18441, C14 ID: UB 3271 Date BP: 3528 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 3565, End BP: 3491

Abstract: Wootton-Quarr: Wootton Creek B; 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. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; a slice was taken from post 263 for dendrochronology. This post is the second (from south) in a line of four which runs about 1.7m east of the edge of the silted channel. The posts are set upright in clay in the intertidal zone.

ID: 18442, C14 ID: UB 3272 Date BP: 3640 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3678, End BP: 3602

Abstract: Wootton-Quarr: Wootton Creek B; 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. 1681BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; a slice was taken for dendrochronology from a log lying on the eroding beach, partially embedded in silt in the intertidal zone. The sample is in two main pieces.

ID: 18444, C14 ID: UB 3274 Date BP: 3681 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3719, End BP: 3643

Abstract: Wootton-Quarr: Wootton Creek B; 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. 1990BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; Sphagnum-Calluna peat from 0.42-0.43m below the present ground surface.

ID: 17633, C14 ID: HAR 4542 Date BP: 3990 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4090, End BP: 3890

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

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

Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from a flint core recovered by Roy Sweet from in situ in peat head near line of Meare Heath track.

ID: 17643, C14 ID: HAR 5054 Date BP: 3810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Meare Heath, Ten Acres; 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. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the charcoal was sieved from two 1kg samples of primary gellifracted chalk infill of the shallow chalk-cut side ditch of the monument. This fill (context 5) lies no more than 1m below the present surface and is subject to rootlet interference. Some military disturbance is evident in the ditch (contexts 9-11) but does not affect the sample. Two samples (now combined) were taken 10cm above the floor of the ditchand 10-15cm below the overlying context 4. Context 4 represents the later weathering and denudation of the monument.

ID: 17916, C14 ID: OxA 3076 Date BP: 3980 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4050, End BP: 3910

Abstract: Tennyson Down; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from West Heslerton transect 2 (SE 91425751) taken at a depth of 1m within the colluvial soil sequence at the foot of a chalk escarpment. The profile occurs 30m south of OxA-2933.

ID: 18160, C14 ID: OxA 2934 Date BP: 3800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3730

Abstract: West Heslerton: Scarp; 1990-91

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

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Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a layer of charcoal and burnt flint 0.2m deep, sealed within the peats of the Lark Valley.

ID: 18186, C14 ID: HAR 2484 Date BP: 3940 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 4010, End BP: 3870

Abstract: West Stow: Lackford Bridge; 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. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small localised deposit of burnt material in an otherwise sterile chalk fine gravel-filled barrow ditch; probably very rapidly silted up. The sample was c 15cm below the base of the topsoil but all the ditch fills were very clean.

ID: 18194, C14 ID: OxA 4173 Date BP: 3640 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3715, End BP: 3565

Abstract: Westhampnett; 1992-93

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

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Carbon Date. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: soil; adjacent to a hoard of flint flakes preserved with grass or moss packing.

ID: 17681, C14 ID: HAR 1843 Date BP: 3770 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick Heath, Skinners Wood; 1976-77

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

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a charcoal lens in pit 40218 indicating a single episode of dumping of local waste; from context 40233. The pit also contained secondary series collared urns.

ID: 18197, C14 ID: GU 5307 Date BP: 3510 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Westhampnett; 1992-93

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

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Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

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

ID: 17694, C14 ID: HAR 1477 Date BP: 3940 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 4030, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Shapwick, Sweet Track Heath; 1974-75

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

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Carbon Date. 1900BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a possible timber coffin or cist in an early grave (Beaker period) containing a long-necked, decorated Beaker.

ID: 18220, C14 ID: HAR 4426 Date BP: 3900 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4000, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 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. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the timber lining of a burial cist in an Early Bronze Age grave containing a crouched inhumation with pig bones and a fine battle axe; this is most important as the first such grave to be found in Yorkshire since the advent of C14 dating.

ID: 18221, C14 ID: HAR 4427 Date BP: 3780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3710

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 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. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a chalk gravel matrix in pit WK 010 which contained Neolithic pottery, one of a small group in line with a possible long barrow, or linear ritual monument.

ID: 18224, C14 ID: HAR 8539 Date BP: 3980 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 4080, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 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. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from a wooden structure well below the main series of tracks.

ID: 17706, C14 ID: HAR 3388 Date BP: 3800 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Somerset Levels: Sharpham, Tinney's Ground; 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. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the top of the peat monolith.

ID: 17714, C14 ID: HAR 5293 Date BP: 3660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3740, End BP: 3580

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. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary silts of a phase 2 ditch.

ID: 17976, C14 ID: HAR 4540 Date BP: 3740 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Trelan II; 1981-82

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

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Carbon Date. 1970BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a stakehole beneath a Bronze Age barrow.

ID: 17977, C14 ID: HAR 5280 Date BP: 3970 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 4090, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Trelan II; 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. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary fill of the first phase ditch of a Bronze Age barrow.

ID: 17978, C14 ID: HAR 5510 Date BP: 3530 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Trelan II; 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. 1666BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; dark reddish-brown soil and charcoal layer from Bronze Age hut (648). Activity layer from the interior of the hut representing one of the earliest occupational phases of activity within this Bronze Age hut.

ID: 17980, C14 ID: UB 3107 Date BP: 3666 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3786, End BP: 3546

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1855BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal with soil; soil layer within ritual structure (2192) represents an activity phase of this Bronze Age structure prior to its final abandonment when it became deliberately backfilled.

ID: 17981, C14 ID: UB 3108 Date BP: 3855 +/- 335, Start Date BP: 4190, End BP: 3520

Abstract: Trethellan Farm; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a Breaker period grave, the central burial of a ring-ditched enclosure. When the oak coffin was re-opened the original inhumation had not decayed and was still partially articulated. It had been re-arranged over another body next to which was found a decorated beaker. The sample was taken from a layer of charcoal presumed to be the collapsed lid, which covered both bodies.

ID: 18228, C14 ID: HAR 9244 Date BP: 3690 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 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. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the central grave of a Beaker period funerary monument. The wood represents part of the charred inner surface of a monoxylous coffin, coming from the upper sides. The coffin contained two burials, the earlier was disturbed by re-opening and was carefully re-arranged over the feet of the later crouched inhumation. A decorated Beaker was found with the latter.

ID: 18229, C14 ID: HAR 9245 Date BP: 3680 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 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. 1850BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the filling of a secondary grave cut through the circular enclosing ditch of a funerary monument. The grave contained a crouched inhumation with a fine decorated Bell Beaker behind the head.

ID: 18230, C14 ID: HAR 9246 Date BP: 3850 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3950, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 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. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; found beneath two skeletons in the remains of a wood coffin. A pottery Beaker was found with the second skeleton to be placed in the coffin. The sample is believed to be the charred internal bottom surface of a monoxylous coffin. The grave was central to a circular enclosing ditch.

ID: 18231, C14 ID: HAR 9247 Date BP: 3750 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3670

Abstract: Wetwang Slack; 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. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; sample taken from dyke 14, from the upper 5cm of a buried soil which contained later Mesolithic/earlier Neolithic flint artefacts. The flot came from c 1kg of wet-sieved material, plus c 0.5kg of unsieved material.

ID: 17753, C14 ID: HAR 8510 Date BP: 3740 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3640

Abstract: South West Fen Dyke Survey: Crowtree Farm; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; taken from dyke 14, from the lower 5cm of the lower peat overlying the buried soil. The flot came from c 1kg of wet-sieved material plus c 0.5kg of unsieved peat.

ID: 17754, C14 ID: HAR 8513 Date BP: 3660 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3600

Abstract: South West Fen Dyke Survey: Crowtree Farm; 1988-89

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

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a secondary cremation burial in a round barrow within a promontory fort. The sample is assumed to be associated with a group of some 20 small sherds labelled '1983 Survey (27)'. (27) is recorded as 'a deposit of cremated bone' associated with 'a few sherds of pottery' retrieved from a disturbance in barrow (19).No archive notes or drawings can be located, which can be used to confirm and expand information about this context but there appears no reason to doubt that the sherds do in fact come from context (27) in the 1983 survey. The deposit was bagged for laboratory examination, during which the charcoal was abstracted by sieving and sorting.

ID: 18001, C14 ID: HAR 6218 Date BP: 3560 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3450

Abstract: Trevelgue Head; 1984-85

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

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from just above and to the west of grave pit V.

ID: 18002, C14 ID: HAR 3265 Date BP: 3550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Trowse: Barrow; 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. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the upper fill of grave pit II, in which a fire had apparently been lit. The charcoal, from which the sample was taken, was recorded as three roughly squared branches.

ID: 18003, C14 ID: HAR 3268 Date BP: 3790 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 3710

Abstract: Trowse: Barrow; 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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from upper fill of grave pit I in which a fire had apparently been lit. A complete Beaker of Clarke's (1970) developed southern group one was found on the base of the grave, while further Beaker sherds were associated with the sample. Pit I cut an earlier grave, pit III, which contained a European Bell Beaker and perhaps two rusticated vessels.

ID: 18004, C14 ID: HAR 3269 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Trowse: Barrow; 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. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: human bone; from the remains of an oak coffin at a depth of 1.3m from the top of the rock cut grave. The grave was covered with 0.46m of plough soil and therefore the depth of the bone was 1.75m. The sample has not been cleaned or conserved in any way, but there are some fine rootlets. The white on the surface is lime.

ID: 18270, C14 ID: HAR 4995 Date BP: 3550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Willie Howe; 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. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the late Bronze Age pit.

ID: 17781, C14 ID: HAR 6621 Date BP: 3760 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Springfield Lyons; 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. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from the base of detrius mud exposed in contractors excavation.

ID: 17783, C14 ID: HAR 6682 Date BP: 3710 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Springfield Lyons: Chelmer Bridge; 1985-86

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

Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: animal bone; from a posthole of a small structure (E) incorporated into a large trapezoid enclosure. The feature was very shallow and cut into chalk.

ID: 16486, C14 ID: OxA 2309 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Hunstanton: Redgate Hill; 1989-90

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

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Carbon Date. 1990BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from rich charcoal deposits in the enclosing ditch close to the east terminal of the Neolithic cursus.

ID: 17785, C14 ID: HAR 6266 Date BP: 3990 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4070, End BP: 3910

Abstract: Springfield: Cursus; 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. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from rich charcoal deposits in the enclosing ditch close to the east terminal of the Neolithic cursus.

ID: 17786, C14 ID: HAR 6268 Date BP: 3960 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 4040, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Springfield: Cursus; 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. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from clay packing of one of the posts surrounding a large subrectangular pit.

ID: 18041, C14 ID: HAR 1195 Date BP: 3570 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3470

Abstract: Wales: Moel y Gaer; 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. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a dark grey rectilinear area; an occupation layer beneath the rampart.

ID: 18046, C14 ID: HAR 605 Date BP: 3590 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3510

Abstract: Wales: Moel y Gaer; 1974-75

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

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Carbon Date. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the lowest level of the fill of the inner of two rings forming the cairn; overlying a pit, and sealed by layers of mixed stone, clay, and burnt material which were interpreted as contemporary fills of the inner ring.

ID: 17802, C14 ID: HAR 2624 Date BP: 3610 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3540

Abstract: St Neot: Colliford Reservoir, site II; 1977-78

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

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit containing some burnt bone, sealed by the turf barrow.

ID: 17803, C14 ID: HAR 2991 Date BP: 3580 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3660, End BP: 3500

Abstract: St Neot: Colliford Reservoir, site IV; 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. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; the valley is to be flooded (centred on SX178713); the C14 samples are from three of a series of four round barrows excavated as part of a multiperiod rescue project.

ID: 17804, C14 ID: HAR 2994 Date BP: 3510 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3410

Abstract: St Neot: Colliford Reservoir, site IV; 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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from a turf-line in the base of the southern boundary ditch.

ID: 17547, C14 ID: HAR 4013 Date BP: 3540 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3460

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Saddlesborough Reave main Reave, site 208; 1980-81

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

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; from the old land surface beneath a bank.

ID: 17556, C14 ID: HAR 4181 Date BP: 3510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3430

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Wotter Common, site 69; 1980-81

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

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Carbon Date. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a shallow, puddle-like, charcoal-filled depression beneath a lynchet that had formed against a stone-walled reave.

ID: 17557, C14 ID: HAR 2669 Date BP: 3680 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Shaugh Moor: Wotter Playground, site 201; 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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from clay layer in site C, which possibly indicates the first phase of disuse of the late Iron Age or Roman inner ditch (F100).

ID: 17566, C14 ID: HAR 5116 Date BP: 3810 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3920, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Shifnal: Castle Farm; 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. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; from an oak pile lying on the base of a large pit that had been dug through the contemporaneous watertable and which is interpreted as having been a waterhole, feature H3. The sample was sealed by primary sand and silt infillings with Neolithic material, and a formation of reed peat, and was recovered from below the modern watertable.

ID: 17828, C14 ID: GU 5278 Date BP: 3630 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3540

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. 1930BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a layer of comminuted charcoal, wood ash, and calcined flints (perhaps a levelled burnt mound) which lay outside of, and was stratigraphically unconnected with, the ring-ditch. It is from the second of three layers (above that which yielded 7 (H7)) which survived plough truncation because they had slumped within an earlier linear hollow. The layer is contiguous with the fill of a rectangular pit (H4) which lay within the spread of burnt material, and covered a hearth (H5) next to the pit.

ID: 17829, C14 ID: GU 5279 Date BP: 3930 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3980, End BP: 3880

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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: sediment; from the base of a section exposed in contractor's excavations through the valley floor alluvial sediments at a depth of 228-238cm.

ID: 17845, C14 ID: HAR 9239 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Stansted: British Rail Section; 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. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood; the sample came from a deep section through a Flandrian transgression sequence of peats plus some humic muds, at -2.65 OD.

ID: 17852, C14 ID: HAR 4524 Date BP: 3580 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3510

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

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Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a cremation pyre at Rollestone Field and deposited with a cremation in the pit. The sample is associated with a Collared Urn or an amber button.

ID: 17585, C14 ID: HAR 4831 Date BP: 3640 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3560

Abstract: Shrewton; 1981-82

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

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; from a butchered animal, partially worked, and deposited as grave furniture with a cremation in the primary grave from Winterbourne Stoke.

ID: 17586, C14 ID: HAR 4832 Date BP: 3760 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Shrewton; 1981-82

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

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Carbon Date. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a funeral pyre beneath a bell barrow. The sample is associated with an urn removed in 1805, now lost.

ID: 17597, C14 ID: HAR 61 Date BP: 3540 +/- 140, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3400

Abstract: Snail Down: Site III; 1981-82

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

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Carbon Date. 1555BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the primary cremation pit associated with the cremation of a young adult. The pit was intact and sealed by a barrow mound.

ID: 17598, C14 ID: OxA 4178 Date BP: 3555 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3480

Abstract: Snail Down: Site XIV; 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. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler; from near the base of the ditch.

ID: 17862, C14 ID: HAR 2013 Date BP: 3720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Stonehenge: Avenue [Map]; 1976-77

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

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Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a charcoal layer (F72) under the barrow, which also runs into the inner ditch; the earliest context on the site.

ID: 18116, C14 ID: HAR 3290 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3590

Abstract: West Ashby; 1979-80

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

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from an urn containing cremated bone within the barrow structure.

ID: 18124, C14 ID: HAR 5320 Date BP: 3570 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3500

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1982-83

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

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from an urn containing cremated bone within the barrow structure.

ID: 18125, C14 ID: HAR 5321 Date BP: 3580 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3510

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1982-83

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

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a pit containing Collared Urns containing within the barrow structure.

ID: 18126, C14 ID: HAR 5322 Date BP: 3590 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3660, End BP: 3520

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1982-83

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

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Carbon Date. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from the old land surface beneath barrow I (layer 4).

ID: 18130, C14 ID: HAR 647 Date BP: 3630 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3530

Abstract: West Heath Common; 1974-75

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

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Carbon Date. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat; sample taken from depth 158-161cm from the sediment core, believed to date the elm decline.

ID: 18143, C14 ID: GU 5040 Date BP: 3980 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 4030, End BP: 3930

Abstract: West Heslerton: Foulbridge; 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. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from context no 386; from a layer of charcoal at the bottom of the inner ditch. The charcoal was not burnt in situ but dumped. The charcoal represents one of several patches. The context was well stratified, undisturbed, and should be uncontaminated.

ID: 18410, C14 ID: HAR 5260 Date BP: 3630 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3560

Abstract: Winwick: Southworth Hall Barrow; 1982-83

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

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Carbon Date. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal; from a small pit under the first-phase mound, context no 921.

ID: 18412, C14 ID: HAR 5262 Date BP: 3690 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Winwick: Southworth Hall Barrow; 1982-83

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

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Carbon Date. 1885BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 4567, C14 ID: OxA-2297 Date BP: 3885 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3815, End BP: 3955

Abstract: Stumble, England

Archaeologist Name: Murphy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

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Carbon Date. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charred seeds:barley

ID: 4571, C14 ID: OxA-3353 Date BP: 3710 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3790

Abstract: Kildonan I, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Gilbertson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(2), 1992, 337-357

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 4572, C14 ID: OxA-3354 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Kildonan I, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Gilbertson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(2), 1992, 337-357

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Carbon Date. 1785BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4592, C14 ID: OxA-4355 Date BP: 3785 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3695, End BP: 3875

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Barclay

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

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Carbon Date. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4593, C14 ID: OxA-4356 Date BP: 3880 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3970

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Barclay

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

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Carbon Date. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4594, C14 ID: OxA-4357 Date BP: 3660 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Barclay

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

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Carbon Date. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4595, C14 ID: OxA-4358 Date BP: 3660 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Barclay

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

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4910, C14 ID: OxA-1072 Date BP: 3740 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3660, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Leckford Estate, England

Archaeologist Name: Green

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4911, C14 ID: OxA-1073 Date BP: 3780 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3860

Abstract: Leckford Estate, England

Archaeologist Name: Green

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:deer

ID: 4933, C14 ID: OxA-1157 Date BP: 3880 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3960

Abstract: Willington Quay, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4972, C14 ID: OxA-1221 Date BP: 3800 +/- 160, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3960

Abstract: Avebury 1985/86, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(2), 1988, 291-305

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 4992, C14 ID: OxA-1398 Date BP: 3700 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Durrington 7, England

Archaeologist Name: Richards

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:red deer

ID: 5001, C14 ID: OxA-1406 Date BP: 4000 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 4120

Abstract: Winterbourne Stoke, England

Archaeologist Name: Richards

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5023, C14 ID: OxA-1460 Date BP: 3860 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3920

Abstract: Barham, England

Archaeologist Name: Stringer

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:pig

ID: 5032, C14 ID: OxA-1469 Date BP: 3750 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3830

Abstract: Pin Hole Cave, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human scapula

ID: 5060, C14 ID: OxA-1559 Date BP: 3790 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Charterhouse Warren, England

Archaeologist Name: Levitan

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human foetus

ID: 5062, C14 ID: OxA-1560 Date BP: 3760 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Charterhouse Warren, England

Archaeologist Name: Levitan

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:aurochs skull

ID: 5063, C14 ID: OxA-1561 Date BP: 3870 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3930

Abstract: Charterhouse Warren, England

Archaeologist Name: Levitan

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:hazel

ID: 5085, C14 ID: OxA-1602 Date BP: 3620 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Dam III, Arran, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Edwards

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:-

ID: 5113, C14 ID: OxA-1716 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Skaill, Deerness [Map], England

Archaeologist Name: Limbrey

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5117, C14 ID: OxA-1720 Date BP: 3650 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Lagore, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Coles

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood:Scots pine

ID: 5118, C14 ID: OxA-1721 Date BP: 3800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3870

Abstract: Dagenham Marshes, England

Archaeologist Name: Coles

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5157, C14 ID: OxA-1787 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Kent's Cavern, England

Archaeologist Name: Stringer

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: other:various

ID: 5167, C14 ID: OxA-1827 Date BP: 3750 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Mansfield Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Robinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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Carbon Date. 1850BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5182, C14 ID: OxA-1870 Date BP: 3850 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3920

Abstract: Ashton Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Evans

Reference Name: Archaeometry 31(2), 1989, 207-234

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charred bone:human

ID: 5185, C14 ID: OxA-1873 Date BP: 3510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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Carbon Date. 1930BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human child

ID: 5186, C14 ID: OxA-1874 Date BP: 3930 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 4010

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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Carbon Date. 1990BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human baby

ID: 5187, C14 ID: OxA-1875 Date BP: 3990 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 4070

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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Carbon Date. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charred bone:-

ID: 5191, C14 ID: OxA-1879 Date BP: 3720 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Barrow Hills, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5196, C14 ID: OxA-1884 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3750

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. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak other

ID: 5198, C14 ID: OxA-1886 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Barrow Hills Radley, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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

Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5199, C14 ID: OxA-1887 Date BP: 3830 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 3900

Abstract: Barrow Hills Radley, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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

Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Oak & blackthorn

ID: 5201, C14 ID: OxA-1889 Date BP: 3600 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3670

Abstract: Barrow Hills Radley, England

Archaeologist Name: Halpin

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(2), 1990, 211-237

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

Carbon Date. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Prunus/Corylus

ID: 5203, C14 ID: OxA-1891 Date BP: 3770 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Ashton 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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat:-

ID: 5227, C14 ID: OxA-1976 Date BP: 3540 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Lismore Fields, England

Archaeologist Name: Jordan

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. 1850BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5231, C14 ID: OxA-2020 Date BP: 3850 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3920

Abstract: County Hall, London, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(1), 1990, 101-108

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

Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5232, C14 ID: OxA-2021 Date BP: 3800 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3880

Abstract: County Hall, London, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 32(1), 1990, 101-108

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

Carbon Date. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5240, C14 ID: OxA-2049 Date BP: 3820 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3920

Abstract: Sidlings Copse, England

Archaeologist Name: Day

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. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:-

ID: 5241, C14 ID: OxA-2050 Date BP: 3820 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3890

Abstract: Sidlings Copse, England

Archaeologist Name: Day

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. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charred seeds:Corylus

ID: 5244, C14 ID: OxA-2072 Date BP: 3630 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3710

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. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Quercus

ID: 5250, C14 ID: OxA-2078 Date BP: 3880 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3950

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. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: tooth:Bos - domestic

ID: 5254, C14 ID: OxA-2084 Date BP: 3610 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Irthlingborough, England

Archaeologist Name: Davis

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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Tooth: Bos primigenius

ID: 5256, C14 ID: OxA-2086 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3890

Abstract: Irthlingborough, England

Archaeologist Name: Davis

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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: tooth:Bos - domestic

ID: 5257, C14 ID: OxA-2087 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3890

Abstract: Irthlingborough, England

Archaeologist Name: Davis

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. 1515BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Prunus,Quercus

ID: 5260, C14 ID: OxA-2090 Date BP: 3515 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3435, End BP: 3595

Abstract: Holywell Coombe, England

Archaeologist Name: Preece

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Betula

ID: 5283, C14 ID: OxA-2180 Date BP: 3510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3580

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. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat:-

ID: 5306, C14 ID: OxA-2301 Date BP: 3940 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 4000

Abstract: Lismore Fields, England

Archaeologist Name: Wiltshire

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. 1555BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5310, C14 ID: OxA-2305 Date BP: 3555 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3485, End BP: 3625

Abstract: Park Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Cracknell

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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:inc. pig

ID: 5314, C14 ID: OxA-2309 Date BP: 3810 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3890

Abstract: Redgate Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Murphy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

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

Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: seeds:hazel

ID: 5320, C14 ID: OxA-2315 Date BP: 3740 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3660, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Chilbolton, England

Archaeologist Name: Green

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. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5336, C14 ID: OxA-2347 Date BP: 3980 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 4050

Abstract: Holywell Coombe, England

Archaeologist Name: Preece

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5338, C14 ID: OxA-2351 Date BP: 3790 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3860

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. 1565BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:hazel

ID: 5367, C14 ID: OxA-2421 Date BP: 3565 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3485, End BP: 3645

Abstract: Oakham, England

Archaeologist Name: Clay

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

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

Carbon Date. 1535BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5384, C14 ID: OxA-2440 Date BP: 3535 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3465, End BP: 3605

Abstract: Bar Brook, England

Archaeologist Name: Smith

Reference Name: Archaeometry 33(1), 1991, 121-134

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

Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: other:human collagen

ID: 5421, C14 ID: OxA-2674 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Rathlin Island 2, N. Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1660BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: other:human collagen

ID: 5422, C14 ID: OxA-2675 Date BP: 3660 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Rathlin Island 3, N. Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5423, C14 ID: OxA-2676 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Rathlin Island 6, N. Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: other:human collagen

ID: 5424, C14 ID: OxA-2677 Date BP: 3690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Rathlin Island 7, N. Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5432, C14 ID: OxA-2761 Date BP: 3620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Grange, 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. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5449, C14 ID: OxA-2860 Date BP: 3760 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Methwold,Field 1231, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5450, C14 ID: OxA-2861 Date BP: 3540 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3620

Abstract: Methwold, Field 1231, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5451, C14 ID: OxA-2862 Date BP: 3580 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3660

Abstract: Methwold Severals, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5452, C14 ID: OxA-2863 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Methwold Severals, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5453, C14 ID: OxA-2864 Date BP: 3650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Methwold Severals, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5454, C14 ID: OxA-2865 Date BP: 3760 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Methwold Severals, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5455, C14 ID: OxA-2866 Date BP: 3600 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Methwold Severals, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5456, C14 ID: OxA-2867 Date BP: 3620 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Methwold Severals, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5457, C14 ID: OxA-2868 Date BP: 3840 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 3920

Abstract: Hemplands Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Healy

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human femur

ID: 5461, C14 ID: OxA-2924 Date BP: 3550 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 3465, End BP: 3635

Abstract: Eden Walk, UK

Archaeologist Name: Serjeantson

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. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5464, C14 ID: OxA-2934 Date BP: 3800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3870

Abstract: West Heslerton, England

Archaeologist Name: McHugh

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5485, C14 ID: OxA-2994 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Sweetpatch Bottom, England

Archaeologist Name: Wilkinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

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

Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5486, C14 ID: OxA-2995 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Sweetpatch Bottom, England

Archaeologist Name: Wilkinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

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

Carbon Date. 1850BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood:alder

ID: 5507, C14 ID: OxA-3038 Date BP: 3850 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3950

Abstract: Roadford, Devon, England

Archaeologist Name: Straker

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5519, C14 ID: OxA-3051 Date BP: 3590 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3660

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. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:oak

ID: 5521, C14 ID: OxA-3053 Date BP: 3530 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3600

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. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5534, C14 ID: OxA-3076 Date BP: 3980 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3910, End BP: 4050

Abstract: Tennyson Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Motkin

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. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5536, C14 ID: OxA-3078 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Toadhole Botton East, England

Archaeologist Name: Wilkinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

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

Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Pinus

ID: 5537, C14 ID: OxA-3079 Date BP: 3550 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Toadhole Bottom East, England

Archaeologist Name: Wilkinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

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

Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5540, C14 ID: OxA-3082 Date BP: 3520 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3610

Abstract: Toadhole Bottom West, England

Archaeologist Name: Wilkinson

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(1), 1992, 141-159

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

Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: wood:-

ID: 5543, C14 ID: OxA-3088 Date BP: 3570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Horton Manor Farm, England

Archaeologist Name: Needham

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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

Carbon Date. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:-

ID: 5551, C14 ID: OxA-3120 Date BP: 3680 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3780

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. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5583, C14 ID: OxA-3229 Date BP: 3710 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3790

Abstract: Culleens td,Co.Sligo, 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. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: insect remains:chironomids

ID: 5594, C14 ID: OxA-3242 Date BP: 3550 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3660

Abstract: Loch of Glenhead, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Jones

Reference Name: Archaeometry 34(2), 1992, 337-357

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

Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5598, C14 ID: OxA-3247 Date BP: 3700 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3780

Abstract: Red Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Bennell

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. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5599, C14 ID: OxA-3248 Date BP: 3810 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3740, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Red Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Bennell

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. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5602, C14 ID: OxA-3260 Date BP: 3830 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3740, End BP: 3920

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. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5604, C14 ID: OxA-3262 Date BP: 3520 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3580

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. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5605, C14 ID: OxA-3263 Date BP: 3600 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3535, End BP: 3665

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. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5608, C14 ID: OxA-3266 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5609, C14 ID: OxA-3267 Date BP: 3710 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3780

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5610, C14 ID: OxA-3268 Date BP: 3630 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5611, C14 ID: OxA-3269 Date BP: 3740 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5612, C14 ID: OxA-3270 Date BP: 3780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5614, C14 ID: OxA-3272 Date BP: 3720 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3790

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5615, C14 ID: OxA-3273 Date BP: 3670 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5616, C14 ID: OxA-3274 Date BP: 3830 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3910

Abstract: Lough Gur, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Lanting

Reference Name: Archaeometry 35(2), 1993, 305-326

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

Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: tooth:human

ID: 5619, C14 ID: OxA-3289 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Altar Megalith Tomb, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: O'Brien

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. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:Cattle-humerus

ID: 5628, C14 ID: OxA-3318 Date BP: 3650 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Ratfyn, Amesbury, England

Archaeologist Name: Cleal

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. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charred seeds:Hordeum sativum

ID: 5731, C14 ID: OxA-3649 Date BP: 3620 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Samson East Porth, England

Archaeologist Name: Straker

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1745BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5744, C14 ID: OxA-3686 Date BP: 3745 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3685, End BP: 3805

Abstract: Devil's Quoits, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 1995BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:cattle

ID: 5745, C14 ID: OxA-3687 Date BP: 3995 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3935, End BP: 4055

Abstract: Devil's Quoits, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 1845BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:Bovid cerv

ID: 5746, C14 ID: OxA-3688 Date BP: 3845 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 3910

Abstract: Devil's Quoits, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 1955BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5747, C14 ID: OxA-3689 Date BP: 3955 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 4020

Abstract: Devil's Quoits, England

Archaeologist Name: Lambrick

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. 1985BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone: Cervus elaphus

ID: 5764, C14 ID: OxA-3711 Date BP: 3985 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3925, End BP: 4045

Abstract: Ventry, 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. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: tooth:Bos molars

ID: 5791, C14 ID: OxA-3761 Date BP: 3860 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3920

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. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:-

ID: 5810, C14 ID: OxA-3813 Date BP: 3600 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3690

Abstract: Mochras, Harlech, Wales

Archaeologist Name: AldhousGreen

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

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

Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 5811, C14 ID: OxA-3816 Date BP: 3890 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3790, End BP: 3990

Abstract: Borth, Ynyslas, Wales

Archaeologist Name: Green

Reference Name: Archaeometry 38(1), 1996, 181-207

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

Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:Ericaceae

ID: 5813, C14 ID: OxA-3828 Date BP: 3790 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3850

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. 1555BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:Fraxinus

ID: 5899, C14 ID: OxA-4178 Date BP: 3555 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Snail Down, England

Archaeologist Name: Thomas

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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

Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:willow/poplar

ID: 5912, C14 ID: OxA-4208 Date BP: 3510 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Bromfield, 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. 1535BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: charcoal:-

ID: 5915, C14 ID: OxA-4210 Date BP: 3535 +/- 105, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Bromfield, 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. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: peat:-

ID: 5918, C14 ID: OxA-4213 Date BP: 3840 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 3755, End BP: 3925

Abstract: Solway Moss, England

Archaeologist Name: Stallibrass

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. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human femur

ID: 5958, C14 ID: OxA-4291 Date BP: 3540 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 3455, End BP: 3625

Abstract: Shippea Hill, England

Archaeologist Name: Roberts

Reference Name: Archaeometry 36(2), 1994, 337-374

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

Carbon Date. 1720BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5995, C14 ID: OxA-4442 Date BP: 3720 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Mother Grundy's Parlour, 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. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 5996, C14 ID: OxA-4446 Date BP: 3730 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Ash Tree Cave, 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. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:?red deer

ID: 6017, C14 ID: OxA-4509 Date BP: 3780 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3840

Abstract: Distillery Cave, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Saville

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. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: tissue:Ox skin

ID: 6019, C14 ID: OxA-4510 Date BP: 3690 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3770

Abstract: Collessie, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Sheridan

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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

Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:Human

ID: 6021, C14 ID: OxA-4545 Date BP: 3620 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3740

Abstract: Cliffe, Kent, England

Archaeologist Name: Anderson

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. 1655BC. Middle Bronze Age

ID: 6043, C14 ID: OxA-4659 Date BP: 3655 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Migdale, Scotland

Archaeologist Name: Sheridan

Reference Name: Archaeometry 37(2), 1995, 417-430

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

Carbon Date. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 6068, C14 ID: OxA-4836 Date BP: 3540 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3495, End BP: 3585

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. 1995BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 6069, C14 ID: OxA-4837 Date BP: 3995 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3935, End BP: 4055

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. 1885BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 6070, C14 ID: OxA-4838 Date BP: 3885 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3845, End BP: 3925

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. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 6071, C14 ID: OxA-4839 Date BP: 3860 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3900

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. 1985BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 6072, C14 ID: OxA-4840 Date BP: 3985 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3940, End BP: 4030

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. 1695BC. Middle Bronze Age

ID: 6078, C14 ID: OxA-4877 Date BP: 3695 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3750

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. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

ID: 6079, C14 ID: OxA-4878 Date BP: 3740 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3780

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. 1885BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:pig tibia

ID: 6080, C14 ID: OxA-4879 Date BP: 3885 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3940

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. 1875BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:pig radius & ulna

ID: 6081, C14 ID: OxA-4880 Date BP: 3875 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3930

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. 1935BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 6085, C14 ID: OxA-4884 Date BP: 3935 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3885, End BP: 3985

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. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human femur

ID: 6087, C14 ID: OxA-4886 Date BP: 3960 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 4020

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. 1865BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: antler:red deer

ID: 6088, C14 ID: OxA-4900 Date BP: 3865 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3815, End BP: 3915

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. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:pig

ID: 6089, C14 ID: OxA-4901 Date BP: 3800 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3755, End BP: 3845

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. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:ox scapula

ID: 6091, C14 ID: OxA-4903 Date BP: 3980 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3935, End BP: 4025

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. 1865BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:Bos pelvis

ID: 6093, C14 ID: OxA-4905 Date BP: 3865 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3825, End BP: 3905

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. 1785BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human femur

ID: 6102, C14 ID: OxA-5044 Date BP: 3785 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3715, End BP: 3855

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. 1825BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human femur

ID: 6103, C14 ID: OxA-5045 Date BP: 3825 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3765, End BP: 3885

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. 1775BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human femur

ID: 6104, C14 ID: OxA-5046 Date BP: 3775 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3830

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. 1645BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6148, C14 ID: OxA-5543 Date BP: 3645 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3690

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. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6149, C14 ID: OxA-5544 Date BP: 3750 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3695, End BP: 3805

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. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6150, C14 ID: OxA-5545 Date BP: 3690 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1615BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6151, C14 ID: OxA-5546 Date BP: 3615 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3660

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1665BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6154, C14 ID: OxA-5549 Date BP: 3665 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3710

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: bone:human

ID: 6155, C14 ID: OxA-5550 Date BP: 3730 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3685, End BP: 3775

Abstract: Redlands Farm, Stanwick, England

Archaeologist Name: Keevill

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(1), 1997, 247-262

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Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

ID: 6171, C14 ID: OxA-5697 Date BP: 3600 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Kent's Cavern, England

Archaeologist Name: Jacobi

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

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Carbon Date. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone: Bos

ID: 6231, C14 ID: OxA-602 Date BP: 3730 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Misbourne Viaduct, England

Archaeologist Name: Farley

Reference Name: Archaeometry 28(2), 1986, 206-221

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Carbon Date. 1525BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:hazel nut

ID: 6239, C14 ID: OxA-6061 Date BP: 3525 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3570

Abstract: Huntingdon Racecourse, England

Archaeologist Name: Macaulay

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

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Carbon Date. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: plant remains:hazel nut

ID: 6241, C14 ID: OxA-6063 Date BP: 3960 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3915, End BP: 4005

Abstract: Huntingdon Racecourse, England

Archaeologist Name: Macaulay

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

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Carbon Date. 1535BC. Middle Bronze Age

ID: 6247, C14 ID: OxA-6103 Date BP: 3535 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Scole, England

Archaeologist Name: Wiltshire

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone: Cervus elaphus

ID: 6249, C14 ID: OxA-6110 Date BP: 3760 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3705, End BP: 3815

Abstract: Magheralin, Ireland

Archaeologist Name: Woodman

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

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Carbon Date. 1735BC. Middle Bronze Age

ID: 6274, C14 ID: OxA-6357 Date BP: 3735 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3675, End BP: 3795

Abstract: Snail Channel, UK

Archaeologist Name: Wiltshire

Reference Name: Archaeometry 39(2), 1997, 445-471

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: shell:Cepaea nemerali

ID: 6365, C14 ID: OxA-924 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Castlethorpe, England

Archaeologist Name: Yates

Reference Name: Archaeometry 30(1), 1988, 155-164

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as finely divided, from urn C16 at Kimpton (Kalis Corner), Hampshire, England. Subm Ann Ellison (Wessex Archaeol). Comment (subm): All samples were small and difficult.

ID: 351, C14 ID: HAR-4316 Date BP: 3560 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 3380, End BP: 3740

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 288, OS North: 479

Archaeologist Name: Max Dacre

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 89; Proc Prehist Soc, 47, 1981, 147-203 esp 201

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as Alnus glutinosa, from lower layers of preserved wood in watercourse, associated with Mortlake sherds and other occupation material (77II, 27) at Kingston upon Thames (Eden Walk II), Greater London, England. Subm D A Hinton 1977. Comment (subm): Good agreement with HAR-2497, and OxA-2924 also concordant. Calib. dates given in second ref. Pottery is probably residual.

ID: 358, C14 ID: HAR-2498 Date BP: 3560 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3650

OS Letter: TQ, OS East: 180, OS North: 692

Archaeologist Name: D A Hinton

Reference Name: Trans London Middx Archaeol Soc, 31, 1981, 15-17; Surrey Archaeol Collect, 81, 1991-2, 71-90 esp 79

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C D Morris

Renfrew C (ed), 'The Prehistory of Orkney', 1985, 274; Morris C D, 'The Birsay Bay Project Vol 1 ... excavations 1976-82' (Durham 1989), 299

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1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as large timber of oak and hazel/alder, small twigs of Prunus sp, from upper levels of inner ditch at Little Cressingham (Site 5053), Norfolk, England. Comment [Ed]: NGR not given; estimated here from excavation grid].

ID: 370, C14 ID: HAR-2541 Date BP: 3540 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3650

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OS Letter: TF, OS East: 863, OS North: 988

Archaeologist Name: A J Lawson

Reference Name: E Anglian Archaeol Rep, 29, 1986, 5-19

Carbon Date. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood charcoal from pit under barrow at Ballygroll, Co Londonderry, Ireland. Comment [Ed]: grid ref. estimated only.

ID: 381, C14 ID: UB-2432 Date BP: 3870 +/- 85, Start Date BP: 3785, End BP: 3955

Abstract: Earthen round barrow, stone-capped

Archaeologist Name: B B Williams

Reference Name: Ulster J Archaeol, 1981-2, 29-46

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Carbon Date. 1627BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone and teeth, id as animal, in rubble infill of cooking trough of secondary structure at Beaquoy, Orkney [Map], Scotland. Comment [Ed]: some TL dates also available: see second ref below.

ID: 395, C14 ID: SRR-1001 Date BP: 3627 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3562, End BP: 3692

OS Letter: HY, OS East: 301, OS North: 219

Archaeologist Name: J W Hedges

Reference Name: Renfrew C (ed), 'The prehistory of Orkney', 1985, 270; Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 106, 1974-5, 39-98

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Carbon Date. 1970BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal with potboilers in stream edge at Bourn Brook, Harborne, Ridgacre, West Midlands, England.

ID: 405, C14 ID: Birm-799 Date BP: 3970 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3870, End BP: 4070

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 11, OS North: 834

Archaeologist Name: M J Nixon

Reference Name: W Midlands Archaeol, 23, 1980, 9-13; Brit Archaeol Rep Brit Ser, 204, 1989, 11; Buckley, V (ed), 'Burnt offerings' (Dublin, 1990), 106-11

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Carbon Date. 1910BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from middle layer of Beaker pit at Dean Bottom, Marlborough, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1668

ID: 460, C14 ID: BM-1668R Date BP: 3910 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 4010

Abstract: Multiphase settlement

Archaeologist Name: C J Gingell

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 23, 1981, 21 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 67 (revision Gingell C, 'The Marlborough Downs: a later Bronze Age landscape and its origins' (Devizes: Wilts Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Monogr 1), 1992, 159

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Carbon Date. 1750BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from base of Beaker pit at Dean Bottom, Marlborough, Wiltshire, England. Comment (lab): IS REVISION OF BM-1669

ID: 461, C14 ID: BM-1669R Date BP: 3750 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3850

Abstract: Multiphase settlement

Archaeologist Name: C J Gingell

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 23, 1981, 21 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 67 (revision Gingell C, 'The Marlborough Downs: a later Bronze Age landscape and its origins' (Devizes: Wilts Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Monogr 1), 1992, 159

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from scatter at base of turf stack (context 14/5, sample 3) at Gallibury Down, Calbourne, Isle of Wight, England. Comment (subm): Dates opening of Phase II contemporary with barrow construction and provides tpq for graves G and H. [Ed: Considerable further comment in Radiocarbon, which see. Is revision of earlier determination BM-2232.]

ID: 466, C14 ID: BM-2232R Date BP: 3560 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3680

OS Letter: SZ, OS East: 442, OS North: 855

Archaeologist Name: D Tomalin (1978)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 516-17 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from scattered deposit on OGS sealed by clay upcast from primary Beaker burial pit containing Dorset-type bowl (Context 20, sample 1) at Gallibury Down, Calbourne, Isle of Wight, England. Comment (subm): Dates use of ground just before burial. [Ed: Considerable further comment in Radiocarbon, which see. Is revision of earlier determination BM-2230.]

ID: 467, C14 ID: BM-2230R Date BP: 3740 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3840

OS Letter: SZ, OS East: 442, OS North: 855

Archaeologist Name: D Tomalin (1978)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 516-17 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from scatter on palaeosol beneath turf stack (context 15, sample 5) at Gallibury Down, Calbourne, Isle of Wight, England. Comment (subm): Dates later part of Phase I of barrow construction. [Ed: Considerable further comment in R'carbon, which see. Date is revision of earlier determination BM-2233.]

ID: 469, C14 ID: BM-2233R Date BP: 3610 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3790

OS Letter: SZ, OS East: 442, OS North: 855

Archaeologist Name: D Tomalin (1978)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 516-17 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from scatter on palaeosol beneath turf stack (context 15, sample 6) at Gallibury Down, Calbourne, Isle of Wight, England. Comment (subm): Dates later part of Phase I of barrow construction. [Ed: Considerable further comment in Radiocarbon, which see. Is revision of earlier determination BM-2234.]

ID: 470, C14 ID: BM-2234R Date BP: 3700 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3830

OS Letter: SZ, OS East: 442, OS North: 855

Archaeologist Name: D Tomalin (1978)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 516-17 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 71 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 1794BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from continuation below turf mound of layer dated by BM-1169 at Callis Wold, Barrow 275, Bishop Wilton, Humberside North, England.

ID: 543, C14 ID: BM-1168 Date BP: 3794 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3724, End BP: 3864

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. 1677BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from layer with mixed Beaker wares at Callis Wold, Barrow 275, Bishop Wilton, Humberside North, England.

ID: 544, C14 ID: BM-1169 Date BP: 3677 +/- 68, Start Date BP: 3609, End BP: 3745

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. 1955BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from rock-cut pit fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 553, C14 ID: CAR-446 Date BP: 3955 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 4030

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1575BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from pit cut into grave edge at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 554, C14 ID: CAR-447 Date BP: 3575 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3505, End BP: 3645

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspeified from C2 urn-pit fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 555, C14 ID: CAR-448 Date BP: 3610 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3680

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Merioneth

Gwynedd

Wales. Comment (subm): Earlier than expected for settlement.""

F M Lynch 1971

Carbon Date. 1675BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from C11 urn fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 557, C14 ID: CAR-451 Date BP: 3675 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3605, End BP: 3745

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from C12 urn-pit fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 558, C14 ID: CAR-452 Date BP: 3760 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3830

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1595BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from C1 urn-pit fill at Capel Eithin, Cefn Du, Gwynedd, Wales.

ID: 563, C14 ID: CAR-450 Date BP: 3595 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3525, End BP: 3665

OS Letter: SH, OS East: 489, OS North: 727

Archaeologist Name: Sian I White

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 21, 1981, 17-19

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, from fill of pot containing cremation burial; pot was in pit near centre and below cairn at Chysauster Cairn 38, Cornwall, England. Subm N D Balaam 1985. Comment: (GHS) This date and HAR-6654 both date burial and decorated pot containing it and will help in sequencing BA pottery in SW England.

ID: 873, C14 ID: HAR-6652 Date BP: 3740 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3830

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. 1695BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from soil and heat-shattered stone matrix at Borraichill Mor, Bridgend, Islay, Strathclyde, Scotland. Comment (subm): Site compares with Machrie North mound.

ID: 987, C14 ID: GU-1465 Date BP: 3695 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3635, End BP: 3755

Abstract: Burnt mound

Archaeologist Name: John Barber

Reference Name: Curr Archaeol, 7, 1982, 362; RCAHMS, 'Argyll: an inventory of the monuments, vol 5, Islay ...', (Edinburgh, 1984) 131

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Carbon Date. 1900BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as animal, mixed, from top of waterlogged layer in midden deposits at periphery of domestic area (Trench II) at Skara Brae, Orkney [Map], Scotland. [Ed: See calibrations given in third ref below. Also note, error term given as 110 years in Renfrew ref.]

ID: 996, C14 ID: Birm-792 Date BP: 3900 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3780, End BP: 4020

Abstract: Stone hut settlement and midden

Archaeologist Name: D V Clarke

Reference Name: Clarke D V, 'The Neolithic village at Skara Brae, Orkney, 1972-73 excavations, an interim report' (Edinburgh, HMSO, 1976 Renfrew A C (ed), 'The prehistory of Orkney' (Edinburgh UP, 1985), 264-5; Antiquity, 65, 1991, 808-21 (calibrations)

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood from boat ? in Sheffield Museum [see also BM-213], found at Chapel Flat Dyke, Rotherham, Yorkshire South, England. Coll R Switsur.

ID: 1175, C14 ID: Q-3046 Date BP: 3590 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3650

OS Letter: SK, OS East: 407, OS North: 914

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 1010-18; McGrail S, 'Logboats of England and Wales' (Brit Archaeol Rep, 51), 1978, 174-5

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Grain from P604 layer 2 at Danebury, nr Stockbridge, Hampshire, England. Comments (lab): Sample not totally pre-treated. (subm): Date regarded as unacceptable.

ID: 1086, C14 ID: HAR-966 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3590

Abstract: multiple defences

Archaeologist Name: Barry Cunliffe

Reference Name: Cunliffe B, 'Danebury: an Iron Age hillfort in Hampshire: vol 1, the excavations 1969-78: the site' (= CBA Res Rep 52), 1984, 190-9; J Archaeol Sci, 19, 1992, 497-512 (calibration discussion)

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, AML 8112901, id as human, ref 36-326 at Balksbury Camp, Andover, Hampshire, England. Subm N Balaam 1982.

ID: 1238, C14 ID: HAR-5124 Date BP: 3530 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3610

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 351, OS North: 446

Archaeologist Name: K Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 335-6

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Carbon Date. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from central deposit in inner cairn ring at Colliford Reservoir site CR II, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England.

ID: 1273, C14 ID: HAR-2624 Date BP: 3610 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3680

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 17, OS North: 71

Archaeologist Name: Frances Griffith

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 47-140

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as mature oak by C A Keepax, from concentrations at centre of mound inner cairn at Colliford Reservoir site CR IVA, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England.

ID: 1274, C14 ID: HAR-2994 Date BP: 3510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3590

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 17, OS North: 71

Archaeologist Name: Frances Griffith

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 47-140 esp. 69

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as mature oak by C A Keepax, from pit 213, central, with ash and bone fragments and sealed with stone capping at Colliford Reservoir site CR IVC, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, England.

ID: 1275, C14 ID: HAR-2991 Date BP: 3580 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3660

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 17, OS North: 71

Archaeologist Name: Frances Griffith

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 47-140 esp 76

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Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood longitudinals from hurdle structure at Eclipse Track, Meare Heath, Somerset Levels, Somerset, England.

ID: 1287, C14 ID: HAR-3838 Date BP: 3600 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3670

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 449, OS North: 406

Archaeologist Name: B J Orme 1980

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 332; Somerset Levels Pap, 8, 1982, 23; Somerset Levels Pap, 15, 1989, 66

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Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified, from ashy matrix of final fill of Pit 52, sealed below central mound makeup at Carne (Rhos Carne Coch), Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1307, C14 ID: CAR-292 Date BP: 3790 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3860

Abstract: Burnt mounds, Mound A

Archaeologist Name: H James

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 245-65 esp. 260

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Carbon Date. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Carbonised material, sample 168 recovered by flotation from context 75 in pit 76 at Carne (Rhos Carne Coch), Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1311, C14 ID: CAR-591 Date BP: 3710 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3645, End BP: 3775

Abstract: Burnt mounds, Mound B

Archaeologist Name: H James

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 245-65 esp. 260

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Carbon Date. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Carbonised material, sample 167 recovered by flotation from context 79 in pit 77 at Carne (Rhos Carne Coch), Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1312, C14 ID: CAR-589 Date BP: 3960 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3895, End BP: 4025

Abstract: Burnt mounds, Mound B

Archaeologist Name: H James

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 245-65 esp. 260

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Carbon Date. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, from hearth with Peterborough ware, sealed by pre-cairn ground surface at Great Carn, Cefn Bryn, Gower, Glamorgan West, Wales.

ID: 1314, C14 ID: Birm-1236 Date BP: 3960 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 4060

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 490, OS North: 905

Archaeologist Name: Anthony Ward

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 27, 1987, 39-40

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Carbon Date. 1990BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Burnt hazelnut shell from posthole with Peterborough ware, sealed by pre-cairn ground surface at Great Carn, Cefn Bryn, Gower, Glamorgan West, Wales.

ID: 1316, C14 ID: Birm-1238 Date BP: 3990 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3890, End BP: 4090

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 490, OS North: 905

Archaeologist Name: Anthony Ward

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 27, 1987, 39-40

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Carbon Date. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus by M Scannell, from fill of pit 16, with three Beaker sherds and a fragment of cremated bone at Broomfield, Ballyboghil, County Dublin, Ireland.

ID: 1209, C14 ID: GrN-13879 Date BP: 3880 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 3910

Abstract: below 19th century tree-ring enclosure

Archaeologist Name: Elizabeth O'Brien 1985

Reference Name: J Roy Soc Antiq Ir, 118, 1988, 118-23

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Carbon Date. 1675BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human longbone, from inhumation with Irish bowl at Shanco, County Fermanagh, Ireland. Comment (subm): Date fits well into emerging pattern.

ID: 1222, C14 ID: GrN-14342 Date BP: 3675 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3645, End BP: 3705

Abstract: Cist cut into pit

Archaeologist Name: B B Williams

Reference Name: Ulster J Archaeol, 3 ser, 50, 1987, 134-6

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from fire on old land surface at Nancecuke, Cornwall, England. Subm P Christie (1983). Comment (subm): Gives primary date for barrow.

ID: 1335, C14 ID: HAR-8097 Date BP: 3550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3630

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 676, OS North: 462

Archaeologist Name: C K Croft Andrew (1940)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 190; Cornish Archaeol, 24, 1985, 23-121; Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 164-5

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from central fire area under cairn at Cataclews Barrow 1, Cornwall, England. Subm P Christie (1983). Comment (subm): Gives primary date for cairn. [Ed: lab no given as HAR-8099 in one ref below.]

ID: 1336, C14 ID: HAR-8089 Date BP: 3510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3580

OS Letter: SX, OS East: 142, OS North: 846

Archaeologist Name: C K Croft Andrew (1944)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 190; Cornish Archaeol, 24, 1985, 23-121; Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 164-5

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from crouched inhumation of child in oval pit (9) in central area at Barford Farm, Pamphill, Dorset, England. Comment (subm): The determinations indicate that the inner ditch and primary burial are broadly contemporary. The Late Neo seems unconnected with the BA barrow on this site.

ID: 1345, C14 ID: HAR-9819 Date BP: 3580 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3660

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 966, OS North: 5

Archaeologist Name: Sally Howard

Reference Name: Proc Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc, 111, 1990, 31-55

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Carbon Date. 1639BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from primary layer within inner ditch of enclosure at Barford Farm, Pamphill, Dorset, England. Comment (subm): The determinations indicate that the inner ditch and primary burial are broadly contemporary. The Late Neo seems unconnected with the BA barrow on this site.

ID: 1346, C14 ID: HAR-9597 Date BP: 3639 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3519, End BP: 3759

OS Letter: ST, OS East: 966, OS North: 5

Archaeologist Name: Sally Howard

Reference Name: Proc Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc, 111, 1990, 31-55

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Carbon Date. 1520BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id by C R Cartwright as including Corylus, Calluna, Quercus, ? Carpinus betulus and Leguminosae, from fires 1 and 2 in Barrow 1 at Davidstow Moor, Cornwall, England. Subm P Christie (1984). Comment (subm): 14C dating is sole way of dating barrows more precisely and establishing relationships between them. It is fortunate that charcoal was retained from 1940s excavations.

ID: 1351, C14 ID: HAR-6634 Date BP: 3520 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3590

Abstract: Site I(1), Barrow 1

Archaeologist Name: C K A Croft-Andrew (1941-2)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 314; Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 27-169

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as including Calluna sp, Quercus sp and Leguminosae spp (C R Cartwright), from miniature cairn F2 outside kerb on axis of SE quadrant of barrow 2 at Davidstow Moor, Cornwall, England. Subm P Christie (1984). Comment (subm): 14C dating is sole way of dating barrows more precisely and establishing relationships between them. It is fortunate that charcoal was retained from 1940s excavations. HAR-6635 relates satisfactorily to early collared urn tradition.

ID: 1352, C14 ID: HAR-6635 Date BP: 3580 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Site V, Barrow 2

Archaeologist Name: C K A Croft-Andrew (1941-2)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 314; Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 27-169

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Carbon Date. 1875BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from mound debris (recovered by flotation) at Felin Fulbrook, Tregaron, Ceredigion, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1383, C14 ID: CAR-469 Date BP: 3875 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3805, End BP: 3945

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 670, OS North: 625

Archaeologist Name: D Benson, G H Williams (Dyfed AT)

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 34, 1987, 228-43; in Buckley, Victor (comp), 'Burnt offerings' (Dublin, 1990), 129-40

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Carbon Date. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 1 associated with Beaker pottery at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1397, C14 ID: CAR-810 Date BP: 3690 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3620, End BP: 3760

Abstract: Site 2

Archaeologist Name: W Warrilow et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 53-87 fiche

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 1 associated with Beaker pottery at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1398, C14 ID: CAR-811 Date BP: 3890 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3820, End BP: 3960

Abstract: Site 2

Archaeologist Name: W Warrilow et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 53-87 fiche

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from cremation cut into top of outermost Phase 3 ditch at Four Crosses, Llandysilio, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1404, C14 ID: CAR-669 Date BP: 3510 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3440, End BP: 3580

Abstract: Site 5

Archaeologist Name: W Warrilow et al

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 52, 1986, 53-87 fiche

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Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Fraxinus, from ditch U'U (4) (sample 232) at Giants' Hills 2, Skendleby, Lincolnshire, England.

ID: 1424, C14 ID: CAR-816 Date BP: 3830 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3890

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. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from inside Encrusted Urn in cist, Feature 143, at Ballyveelish 3, Co Tipperary, Ireland.

ID: 1426, C14 ID: GrN-11657 Date BP: 3580 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Polygonal cist with 5 individuals minimum

Archaeologist Name: M G Doody

Reference Name: Cleary, R M et al (eds), 'Archaeological excavations on the Cork-Dublin gas pipeline 1981-2' (= Cork Archaeol Stud, 1), 1987, 12 and 29-30

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Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, AML 841220, from burial of juvenile, 7-9 y.o., context IR101, burial inserted into EBA burial and accompanied by Arras-type pot, at Heslerton, Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire North, England. Coll D Powlesland 1984.

ID: 1484, C14 ID: HAR-8325 Date BP: 3640 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3680

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 918, OS North: 767

Archaeologist Name: D Powlesland

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 171; Archaeol J, 143, 1986, 53-173

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Carbon Date. 1695BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human tibia, from Cist 2 with Late Northern (N3) (step 6) Beaker at Keabog, Pitdrichie, nr Drumlithie, Kincardine & Deeside district, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 1492, C14 ID: GU-1123 Date BP: 3695 +/- 95, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3790

Abstract: Short cist no. 2 exposed in quarrying

Archaeologist Name: I A G Shepherd and M F Bruce

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 117, 1987, 33-40

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Carbon Date. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human femur, from Cist 1 with Late Northern (N3) (step 5) Beaker at Keabog, Pitdrichie, nr Drumlithie, Kincardine & Deeside district, Grampian, Scotland.

ID: 1493, C14 ID: GU-1122 Date BP: 3730 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3790

Abstract: Short cist no. 1 exposed in quarry face

Archaeologist Name: I A G Shepherd and M F Bruce

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 117, 1987, 33-40

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human femur, two tibia and rt humerus, from multiple inhumations in cist which also contained a Vase Food Vessel, a miniature vessel and a flint blade. at Kentraw, Islay, Strathclyde, Scotland. Coll R Hodkinson et al (Museum of Islay Life).

ID: 1494, C14 ID: GU-2189 Date BP: 3510 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3560

Abstract: in natural gravel mound

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 117, 1987, 41-5

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Carbon Date. 1805BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human longbone, from Skeleton D, primary interment of E chamber at Labbacallee, Co Cork, Ireland. Coll H G Leask and L Price 1934. Subm Brindley, Lanting, Mook.

ID: 1499, C14 ID: GrN-11359 Date BP: 3805 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 3850

OS Letter: R, OS East: 78, OS North: 2

Archaeologist Name: Brindley, Lanting, Mook

Reference Name: J Irish Archaeol, 4, 1987-8, 13-20 (date Proc Roy Ir Antiq, 43C, 1936, 77-101 (site J Irish Archaeol, 6, 1991/2 (1994), 21

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Fraxinus and Quercus sp (G C Morgan), from in situ position within cremation pit which had held child cremation and collared urn (removed before excavator called in) at Lan Fawr, Church Stoke, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1500, C14 ID: CAR-1037 Date BP: 3530 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3600

Abstract: site revealed by erosion

Archaeologist Name: W Britnell

Reference Name: Montgomeryshire Collect, 76, 1988, 13-15

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Carbon Date. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from EBA ring ditch and cremation at Lofts Farm, Essex, England.

ID: 1528, C14 ID: HAR-6391 Date BP: 3540 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3420, End BP: 3660

Abstract: On site with LBA double-ditched enclosure

Archaeologist Name: N Brown (Essex Co Co Planning)

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 249-302

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Carbon Date. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as small sample, from surface of buried soil (pre-cairn activity) at Manor Farm, Borwick, Lancashire, England.

ID: 1531, C14 ID: HAR-5626 Date BP: 3630 +/- 170, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3800

OS Letter: SD, OS East: 513, OS North: 725

Archaeologist Name: Adrian Olivier

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 302; Proc Prehist Soc, 53, 1987, 129-86 (esp.135, 180)

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from secondary silts of ditch surrounding timber structure of henge at Mount Pleasant, near Dorchester, Dorset, England. Comment (lab): Check sample; cf BM-668, 3630 60

ID: 1544, C14 ID: CAR-5 Date BP: 3890 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 3950

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 710, OS North: 900

Archaeologist Name: G J Wainwright 1970

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27(2B), 1985, 338-85

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Carbon Date. 1970BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as red deer (H St George Gray), from bottom of Shaft 1 at Maumbury Rings [Map], Dorchester, Dorset, England. Subm R Bradley 1983. Comment (lab): Is revision (ie new run) of earlier date BM-2282.

ID: 1547, C14 ID: BM-2282N Date BP: 3970 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 4040

Abstract: Hengiform enclosure

Archaeologist Name: H St George Gray 1908-13

Reference Name: Dorset Natur Hist Archaeol Soc/Proc, 110, 1988, 160; Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 63-4 (original, unrevised date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 59-69 esp. 65 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as red deer (H St George Gray), from sample in highest Neo level of Shaft 3 to have escaped later disturbances at Maumbury Rings [Map], Dorchester, Dorset, England. Subm R Bradley 1983. Comment (lab): Is revision of earlier date BM-2281.

ID: 1548, C14 ID: BM-2281R Date BP: 3940 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 4070

Abstract: Hengiform enclosure

Archaeologist Name: H St George Gray 1908-13

Reference Name: Dorset Natur Hist Archaeol Soc/Proc, 110, 1988, 160; Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 63-4 (original, unrevised date Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 59-79 (revision)

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Carbon Date. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Pit 1 in inner arc at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1551, C14 ID: GrN-12828 Date BP: 4000 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3970, End BP: 4030

Abstract: Double circle of pits W of main tomb - roofed structure ?

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 87C, 1987, 283-98

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Carbon Date. 1930BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Pit 6 with decorated stone bowl-rim and sherd of crude vessel at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1552, C14 ID: GrN-12829 Date BP: 3930 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3895, End BP: 3965

Abstract: Double circle of pits W of main tomb - roofed structure?

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 87C, 1987, 283-98

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Carbon Date. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 2 (clay-lined), sample 2 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1557, C14 ID: GU-1618 Date BP: 3980 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3905, End BP: 4055

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1885BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Pit 3 (clay-lined), sample 3 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1558, C14 ID: GU-1619 Date BP: 3885 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3815, End BP: 3955

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from burial 5, sample 4 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1559, C14 ID: GU-1620 Date BP: 4000 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3935, End BP: 4065

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from burial 25, sample 5 in Cutting 3 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1560, C14 ID: GU-1621 Date BP: 3890 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3815, End BP: 3965

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1970BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from habitation area, sample 6 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland. [Ed: date given as 3907 on p. 218 of ref: 2970 derives from bc fig. given elsewhere in text.]

ID: 1561, C14 ID: GU-1622 Date BP: 3970 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 4040

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1935BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 18 (clay-lined, with animal bones), cutting 3 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1562, C14 ID: GU-1771 Date BP: 3935 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3865, End BP: 4005

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1900BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 23 with cremated and unburnt bone, cutting 4 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1563, C14 ID: GU-1772 Date BP: 3900 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3960

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1975BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit 28, cutting 2 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1564, C14 ID: GU-1773 Date BP: 3975 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3915, End BP: 4035

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1965BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from burial 31, cutting 3 at Newgrange, Co Meath, Ireland.

ID: 1565, C14 ID: GU-1774 Date BP: 3965 +/- 65, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 4030

Abstract: Timber circle 90m diam

Archaeologist Name: P D Sweetman

Reference Name: Proc Roy Ir Acad, 85C, 1985, 195-221

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Carbon Date. 1685BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human femur, from cist grave with slightly decorated Food Vessel at Newtownbalregan, Co Louth, Ireland.

ID: 1566, C14 ID: GrN-17613 Date BP: 3685 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3720

OS Letter: O, OS East: , OS North:

Archaeologist Name: Conleth Manning

Reference Name: J Co Louth Archaeol Hist Soc, 21(3), 1987, 274-8

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from context 25, upper silts in S flanking ditch at North Marden, Sussex West, England.

ID: 1567, C14 ID: HAR-5542 Date BP: 3550 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3630

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. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from context 55, upper silts in S flanking ditch at North Marden, Sussex West, England.

ID: 1568, C14 ID: HAR-5543 Date BP: 3590 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3670

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. 1505BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Pit 021, layer 020 at Penrhiwcradoc, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan, Wales.

ID: 1577, C14 ID: CAR-470 Date BP: 3505 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3435, End BP: 3575

Abstract: Rectangular funerary cairn

Archaeologist Name: H S Owen-John

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 266-82

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Carbon Date. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Pit 025, layer 024 (upper) at Penrhiwcradoc, Mountain Ash, Mid Glamorgan, Wales.

ID: 1579, C14 ID: CAR-472 Date BP: 3650 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3720

Abstract: Rectangular funerary cairn

Archaeologist Name: H S Owen-John

Reference Name: Bull Board Celtic Stud, 33, 1986, 266-82

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Context 205, pit at N edge of excavation at Plas Gogerddan, Trefeirig, Dyfed, Wales.

ID: 1582, C14 ID: CAR-994 Date BP: 3530 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3600

Abstract: Multiphase site

Archaeologist Name: K Murphy (Dyfed Archaeol Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol J, 149, 1992, 1-38; Archaeol Wales, 26, 1986, 29-31; Archaeol Wales, 27, 1987, 36

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Carbon Date. 1509BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from Pont ar Daf, Modrydd, Breconshire, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1586, C14 ID: UB-3216 Date BP: 3509 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3459, End BP: 3559

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 994, OS North: 200

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 30, 1990, 41; Bull Board Celtic Stud, 40, 1993, 173-89

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Carbon Date. 1573BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, from Phase II context A4iii (1270/900 19a C) at Grimes Graves Shaft X, Norfolk, England. Comment (subm): See comments in ref. 1 below.

ID: 1459, C14 ID: BM-1041 Date BP: 3573 +/- 57, Start Date BP: 3516, End BP: 3630

Abstract: tipped into Late Neo flint-mine shaft

Archaeologist Name: I H Longworth and A Herne

Reference Name: Longworth, I et al, 'Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-1976', Fasc 3 (British Museum Publications 1991), 19-20; Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 45

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Carbon Date. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as large timbers, AML 841212, from large charcoal deposit IL00034 on OGS, derived from sizeable timbers, sealed by preserved barrow mound and 1 metre from cremation burial 1L00065, at Heslerton, Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire North, England. Coll D J Powlesland 1977-82. Comment (subm): Gives tpq for mound construction.

ID: 1474, C14 ID: HAR-6690 Date BP: 3840 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Barrow cemetery

Archaeologist Name: D J Powlesland

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308; Archaeol J, 143, 1986, 53-173

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, AML 841217, from burial of juvenile, 13-14 y.o., context IR304 in EBA barrow at Heslerton, Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire North, England. Is secondary burial with Beaker, inserted into grave of Skeleton IR340 (HAR-6630, 4060 80) whose bones were stacked at foot of grave. Coll D Powlesland 1984.

ID: 1479, C14 ID: HAR-6631 Date BP: 3510 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3430, End BP: 3590

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 918, OS North: 767

Archaeologist Name: D Powlesland

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 171; Archaeol J, 143, 1986, 53-173

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, AML 841213, from context 1L00110 in EBA cemetery 1, secondary burial inserted through mound within one year of mound construction, probably some time after primary burials, at Heslerton, Vale of Pickering, Yorkshire North, England. Coll D Powlesland 1984.

ID: 1481, C14 ID: HAR-8241 Date BP: 3510 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3550

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 918, OS North: 767

Archaeologist Name: D Powlesland

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 308; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 171; Archaeol J, 143, 1986, 53-173

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal ? from Context 99, hearth at Ty Mawr, Holyhead, Anglesey, Gwynedd, Wales. Comment (subm): represents pre-homestead activity?.

ID: 1695, C14 ID: HAR-4695 Date BP: 3890 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3970

Abstract: Multiphase site

Archaeologist Name: Christopher Smith

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 136, 1987, 20-38 (esp. 21)

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Carbon Date. 1595BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Alnus, Quercus, Salix spp, from behind stone packing of Cist 3 at Upper Largie, Kilmartin, Argyll, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1705, C14 ID: GU-1978 Date BP: 3595 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3525, End BP: 3665

OS Letter: NR, OS East: 831, OS North: 993

Archaeologist Name: J S Rideout

Reference Name: Glasgow Archaeol J, 14, 1987, 25-38

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Carbon Date. 1783BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal (?) from surface possibly predating small boat-shaped setting of stones at St Kilda (An Lag Bho'n Tuath), Western Isles, Scotland.

ID: 1624, C14 ID: SRR-316 Date BP: 3783 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3736, End BP: 3830

Abstract: Old vegetative surface ?

Archaeologist Name: M Cottam

Reference Name: Cottam, M B, 'Archaeology', in Small, A (ed), 'A St Kilda handbook' (= Univ Dundee Dept Geogr Occas Pap, 5), 1979, 44

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Carbon Date. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 824015, from Context 386, base of inner ditch of phase 2 barrow - dumped, not burnt in situ at Southworth Hall Farm, Winwick, Cheshire, England. Coll D J Freke 1980. Subm D J Freke 1981.

ID: 1634, C14 ID: HAR-5260 Date BP: 3630 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3560, End BP: 3700

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 619, OS North: 936

Archaeologist Name: D J Freke and R Holgate

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 330-1; J Chester Archaeol Soc, 70, 1987-8, 9-30

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Carbon Date. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 824017, from Context 921, small pit under first phase mound of 2nd phase barrow at Southworth Hall Farm, Winwick, Cheshire, England. Coll D J Freke 1980. Subm D J Freke 1981. Comment (subm): Earliest date for barrow.

ID: 1636, C14 ID: HAR-5262 Date BP: 3690 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3770

Abstract:

Archaeologist Name: D J Freke and R Holgate

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 330-1; J Chester Archaeol Soc, 70, 1987-8, 9-30

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Carbon Date. 1760BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, AML 842809, from 3558, pit within the enclosure located in area of postulated bank, at Springfield Lyons, Chelmsford, Essex, England. Coll P Murphy. Subm P Murphy 1984. Comment (subm): Gives tpq for enclosure.

ID: 1641, C14 ID: HAR-6621 Date BP: 3760 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3830

OS Letter: TL, OS East: 734, OS North: 82

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 313; Buckley, D G & Hedges, J D, 'The Bronze Age and Saxon settlements at Springfield Lyons, Essex: an interim report' (= Essex County Council Occas Pap, 5), 1987; Essex Archaeol Hist, 11, 1984/5, 134

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from context 130, destruction of roundhouse 146, assoc with EBA pottery at Stackpole Warren Site A, Dyfed, Wales. Coll G Williams (Dyfed Archaeol Trust).

ID: 1643, C14 ID: CAR-475 Date BP: 3570 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3640

Abstract: Around the Devil's Quoit standing stone

Archaeologist Name: G Williams

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 25, 1985, 25; Proc Prehist Soc, 56, 1990, 179-245 (esp. p. 187 and Table 13, p. 239)

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human longbone, from skeleton in Cist I at Straid townland, Co Londonderry, Ireland.

ID: 1652, C14 ID: GrN-15491 Date BP: 3810 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3850

OS Letter: C, OS East: 596, OS North: 58

Archaeologist Name: N F Brannon, B B Williams

Reference Name: Ulster J Archaeol, 3 ser, 53, 1990, 29-39

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Carbon Date. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human longbone, from skeleton in Cist III at Straid townland, Co Londonderry, Ireland.

ID: 1653, C14 ID: GrN-15492 Date BP: 3840 +/- 35, Start Date BP: 3805, End BP: 3875

OS Letter: C, OS East: 596, OS North: 58

Archaeologist Name: N F Brannon, B B Williams

Reference Name: Ulster J Archaeol, 3 ser, 53, 1990, 29-39

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Carbon Date. 1845BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human longbone, from skeleton in Cist IV at Straid townland, Co Londonderry, Ireland. Comment (lab/Lanting): Would have expected 50-100 years younger.

ID: 1654, C14 ID: GrN-15493 Date BP: 3845 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3805, End BP: 3885

OS Letter: C, OS East: 596, OS North: 58

Archaeologist Name: N F Brannon, B B Williams

Reference Name: Ulster J Archaeol, 3 ser, 53, 1990, 29-39

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp (J Ambers), from large palisade posthole in outer gully at Street House Wossit, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Comment (subm BEV): Confirms construction and use in beginning of Bronze Age. Main use (apparently ritual) was later followed by MBA activity including deposition of at least 1 cremation in collared urn.

ID: 1655, C14 ID: BM-2566 Date BP: 3740 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3800

Abstract: Palisaded ritual site

Archaeologist Name: D Jolley and B E Vyner 1986

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 55; Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 173-202 (esp.195)

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp (J Ambers), from posthole in gully break at Street House Wossit, Loftus, Cleveland, England. Comment (subm BEV): Confirms construction and use in beginning of Bronze Age. Main use (apparently ritual) was later followed by MBA activity including deposition of at least 1 cremation in collared urn.

ID: 1656, C14 ID: BM-2567 Date BP: 3700 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Palisaded ritual site

Archaeologist Name: D Jolley and B E Vyner 1986

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 55; Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 173-202 (esp.195)

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from ?pyre-concentration associated with unaccompanied cremation burial 6, to NW of larger ring-ditch at Tandderwen, Dyffryn Clwyd, Denbigh, Clwyd, Wales.

ID: 1659, C14 ID: CAR-1189 Date BP: 3570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Burial complex, multiphase

Archaeologist Name: K S Brassil and P J Meredith

Reference Name: Archaeol J, 148, 1991, 46-97

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Carbon Date. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood, carbonised, from plank associated with Beaker inhumation (No. 2) inside the larger ring ditch at Tandderwen, Dyffryn Clwyd, Denbigh, Clwyd, Wales.

ID: 1661, C14 ID: CAR-1193 Date BP: 3610 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3680

Abstract: Ring ditch on multiphase site

Archaeologist Name: K S Brassil and P J Meredith

Reference Name: Archaeol J, 148, 1991, 46-97 (esp. 56)

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from primary fill of Phase 2 barrow ditch at Trelan 2 (Site 41), Goonhilly Downs, Lizard, Cornwall, England. Subm N Balaam.

ID: 1689, C14 ID: HAR-4540 Date BP: 3740 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3850

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 734, OS North: 192

Archaeologist Name: George Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 300-1, 335; Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 3-48 (site Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 213-14 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from primary fill of Phase 2 barrow ditch at Trelan 2 (Site 41), Goonhilly Downs, Lizard, Cornwall, England. Subm N Balaam.

ID: 1690, C14 ID: HAR-5510 Date BP: 3530 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3610

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 734, OS North: 192

Archaeologist Name: George Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 300-1, 335; Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 3-48 (site Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 213-14 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 1970BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from one of postholes of pre-barrow post-line at Trelan 2 (Site 41), Goonhilly Downs, Lizard, Cornwall, England. Subm N Balaam.

ID: 1692, C14 ID: HAR-5280 Date BP: 3970 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 4090

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 734, OS North: 192

Archaeologist Name: George Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 300-1, 335; Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 168; Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 53; Cornish Archaeol, 23, 1984, 3-48 (site) Cornish Archaeol, 27, 1988, 213-14 (dates)

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Carbon Date. 1545BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as Quercus, from boat reburied near find spot at Branthwaite, Cumbria, England. Coll R Switsur.

ID: 1773, C14 ID: Q-3053 Date BP: 3545 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3495, End BP: 3595

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 56, OS North: 247

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 1010-18; McGrail, S, 'Logboats of England and Wales' (Brit Archaeol Rep, 51), 1978, 248-50

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Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from central cist at Carneddau Cairn I, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1812, C14 ID: CAR-1257 Date BP: 3600 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3670

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 989, OS North: 997

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 48-9; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from hearth below cairn associated with stone wristguard at Carneddau Cairn I, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1813, C14 ID: CAR-1258 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3630

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 989, OS North: 997

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 48-9; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal [?] from cremation pit within satellite cairn at Carneddau Cairn I, Carno, Powys, Wales.

ID: 1814, C14 ID: CAR-1259 Date BP: 3530 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3600

OS Letter: SN, OS East: 989, OS North: 997

Archaeologist Name: Alex Gibson (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 48-9; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 26

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Carbon Date. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal ref T1/1, from timber structure within ditch (similar context to that for BM-2206R) at Whitton Hill Site 1, Northumberland, England. Coll R Miket 1982. Subm R Miket. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2265.

ID: 1733, C14 ID: BM-2265R Date BP: 3980 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3850, End BP: 4110

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 930, OS North: 355

Archaeologist Name: R Miket

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 512-13 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 70 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 51, 1985, 137-48

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Carbon Date. 1970BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal ref T1/2, from timber structure within ditch (similar context to that for BM-2265R) at Whitton Hill Site 1, Northumberland, England. Coll R Miket 1982. Subm R Miket. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2206.

ID: 1734, C14 ID: BM-2206R Date BP: 3970 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 4080

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 930, OS North: 355

Archaeologist Name: R Miket

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 512-13 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 70 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 51, 1985, 137-48

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Carbon Date. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal assoc. with central burial, Pit 28, cremation 1 in pot of Peterborough tradition at Whitton Hill Site 1, Northumberland, England. Coll R Miket 1982. Subm R Miket. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2266.

ID: 1735, C14 ID: BM-2266R Date BP: 3960 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3830, End BP: 4090

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 930, OS North: 355

Archaeologist Name: R Miket

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 512-13 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 70 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 51, 1985, 137-48

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Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal ref T2/4 from deposit in ditch, charcoal-stained soil with small fragments of burnt bone around boulders at Whitton Hill Site 2, Northumberland, England. Coll R Miket 1982. Subm R Miket. Comment (lab): Is revision of BM-2205.

ID: 1737, C14 ID: BM-2205R Date BP: 3830 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3940

Abstract: Penannular enclosure with central cremation once surrounded by stone ring

Archaeologist Name: R Miket

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 27, 1985, 512-13 (original determination Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 70 (revision Proc Prehist Soc, 51, 1985, 137-48

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Carbon Date. 1830BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from deposit below mound -- burning associated with mortuary use of mound ? at Wilton Moor, Eston Hills, Kirkleatham, Cleveland, England.

ID: 1742, C14 ID: HAR-9762 Date BP: 3830 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3910

Abstract: ditched barrow

Archaeologist Name: B E Vyner

Reference Name: Yorkshire Archaeol J, 63, 1991, 28-34

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Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as small fragments, oak and hazel (G C Morgan), from sample C12, in slight scatter of charcoal fragments throughout fill of Beaker pit 0640 at Collfryn, Llansantffraid Deuddwr, Powys, Wales. Comment (subm): See excavation report.

ID: 1883, C14 ID: CAR-572 Date BP: 3790 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3880

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 221, OS North: 173

Archaeologist Name: W Britnell (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 55, 1989, 89-134 fiche pp 61-4

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Carbon Date. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from small concentration near base of lower mound at Fawfieldhead (Low Bent), Longnor, Staffordshire, England. Comment (subm): Mound had been damaged by T Bateman excavation 1848.

ID: 1897, C14 ID: HAR-5758 Date BP: 3630 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3730

Abstract: with central burial pit

Archaeologist Name: David Wilson and Faith Cleverdon

Reference Name: Trans S Staffordshire Archaeol Hist Soc, 27, 1985-6, 1-26 esp. 24; W Midl Archaeol, 24, 1981, 72-3

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal accompanying secondary cremation at Fawfieldhead (Low Bent), Longnor, Staffordshire, England. Comment (subm): Mound had been damaged by T Bateman excavation 1848.

ID: 1898, C14 ID: HAR-6533 Date BP: 3780 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3890

Abstract: with central burial pit

Archaeologist Name: David Wilson and Faith Cleverdon

Reference Name: Trans S Staffordshire Archaeol Hist Soc, 27, 1985-6, 1-26 esp. 24; W Midlands Archaeol, 24, 1981, 72-3

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Carbon Date. 1870BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from pit associated with fragments of Grooved Ware and flintwork at Hendre, Rhydymwyn, Mold, Flintshire, Clwyd, Wales.

ID: 1922, C14 ID: CAR-1279 Date BP: 3870 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 3940

Abstract: in summit of natural mound

Archaeologist Name: K Brassil (Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust)

Reference Name: Archaeol Wales, 29, 1989, 46; Archaeol Wales, 31, 1991, 18

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Carbon Date. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified, from Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England. Coll C Halpin.

ID: 1932, C14 ID: UB-3148 Date BP: 3680 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3730

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 962, OS North: 712

Archaeologist Name: C Halpin

Reference Name: Northamptonshire Archaeol, 21, 1986, 3-13; Archaeometry, 32, 1990, 222

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Carbon Date. 1980BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, very small sample, from direct association with Grooved Ware in posthole F1280 at Machrie Moor Site 1, Isle of Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1946, C14 ID: GU-2325 Date BP: 3980 +/- 180, Start Date BP: 3800, End BP: 4160

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. 1840BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, from stake F471 lying over stakehole of Phase 3 at Machrie Moor Site 1, Isle of Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1948, C14 ID: GU-2322 Date BP: 3840 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3950

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. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from Phase 3 at Machrie Moor Site 1, Isle of Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1949, C14 ID: GU-2319 Date BP: 3770 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3820

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. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified, from Machrie Moor Site 1, Isle of Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1950, C14 ID: GU-2317 Date BP: 3780 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3830

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. 1690BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as oak, from Phase 4 stonehole, Stone 7 at Machrie Moor Site 1, Isle of Arran, Strathclyde, Scotland.

ID: 1951, C14 ID: GU-2323 Date BP: 3690 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3640, End BP: 3740

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. 1630BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from right femur of skeleton, central inhumation with S2 Beaker, jet button and flint at Manston, Ramsgate, Kent, England.

ID: 1953, C14 ID: BM-2642 Date BP: 3630 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3680

Abstract: ploughed-out barrow

Archaeologist Name: D R J Perkins and A M Gibson

Reference Name: Radiocarbon ?, [BM List XXIII forthcoming]; Archaeol Cantiana, 108, 1990, 11-27; Scot Archaeol Rev, 8, 1991, 51

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Carbon Date. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from fill of stockade construction-trench at Broxmouth, Lothian, Scotland. Coll P H Hill. Comment (subm): See extensive comment in second ref. below.

ID: 2029, C14 ID: GU-1198 Date BP: 3770 +/- 250, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 4020

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 700, OS North: 774

Archaeologist Name: P H Hill

Reference Name: Harding D W (ed), 'Later prehistoric settlement in SE Scotland' (1982), 39-41 and 141-88; Ashmore P J & Hill P H in Ottaway B S (ed), 'Archaeology, dendrochronology and the radiocarbon calibration curve' (Edinburgh 1983), 83-98

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Carbon Date. 1796BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Carbonised wood from pit 10 at Barns Farm, Dalgety, Dumfermline District, Fife, Scotland. Coll T Watkins.

ID: 2040, C14 ID: SRR-528 Date BP: 3796 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3716, End BP: 3876

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. 1578BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Collagen, id as vertebra of Bos primigenius, from pit at Beckford, Worcestershire, England. Coll P F Whitehead. Comment (subm): May derive from BA ditch fill?

ID: 2043, C14 ID: BM-1445 Date BP: 3578 +/- 48, Start Date BP: 3530, End BP: 3626

Abstract: Bos primigenius survival series

Archaeologist Name: P F Whitehead

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 236-7

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Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from 'hut circle' 1 (ring-cairn ?) at Birrel Sike, Calder Valley, Cumbria, England. Coll C Richardson.

ID: 2046, C14 ID: Birm-1018 Date BP: 3670 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3770

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 70, OS North: 73

Archaeologist Name: C Richardson

Reference Name: Trans Cumb Westmorl Antiq Archaeol Soc, 82, 1982, 7-27

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Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Cairn 13 below central slab at Birrel Sike, Calder Valley, Cumbria, England. Coll C Richardson.

ID: 2047, C14 ID: Birm-1063 Date BP: 3640 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3740

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 70, OS North: 73

Archaeologist Name: C Richardson

Reference Name: Trans Cumb Westmorl Antiq Archaeol Soc, 82, 1982, 7-27

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Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from immediately beneath stones of Cairn B at Millstone Hill, Hepburn ?, Northumberland, England. Comment (subm): Probably residue from burning off; gives general tpq. Roughly corresponds with clearance phase in Camp Hill Moss pollen sequence (1.5km away).

ID: 1984, C14 ID: HAR-1942 Date BP: 3640 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3730

Abstract: Clearance cairn

Archaeologist Name: George Jobey

Reference Name: Archaeol Aeliana (5 ser), 9, 1981, 23-43 esp. 35

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Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bones, id as human, from skeleton in Cist I (with ring-marked sidestone) at Loanleven, Methven parish, Perth & Kinross District, Tayside, Scotland.

ID: 2545, C14 ID: GU-2543 Date BP: 3620 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3670

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 54, OS North: 257

Archaeologist Name: C E Lowe (HBM/AOC)

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 301-12

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Carbon Date. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human femur (Ref CMJ/6/B/18 1978-2155), from burial assoc with N2 [N3L in one source] Beaker and bone button at Cookston Farm, Airlie, Angus, Tayside, Scotland. Coll J D Boyd 1970. Subm A Gibson, I Kinnes. Comments (lab): CAL dates given on Pearson & Stuiver 1986 calibration; (subm): See refs below.

ID: 2775, C14 ID: BM-2523 Date BP: 3800 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3750, End BP: 3850

Abstract: flat cist

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 53; Scot Archaeol Rev, 8, 1991, 35-68 (Beaker Programme survey Coutts H, 'Tayside before history' (Dundee Mus Rep 77), 1971

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Carbon Date. 1730BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human femur (ref CMJ/5/A/21, 1973-795), from burial assoc with N3[L?] Beaker at Middle Brighty Farm, Tealing, Angus, Tayside, Scotland. Coll in 1947. Subm A Gibson, I Kinnes. Comments (lab): CAL dates given on Pearson & Stuiver 1986 calibration; (subm): See refs below.

ID: 2776, C14 ID: BM-2524 Date BP: 3730 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3680, End BP: 3780

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 630, OS North: 510

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 53; Scot Archaeol Rev, 8, 1991, 35-68 (Beaker Programme survey)

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Carbon Date. 1590BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human femur, from secondary burial of adult male in Pit 1 (Ref Field no. 10), assoc with S4 Beaker at Shrewton 5K, Wiltshire, England. Coll C Green, S Rollo-Smith 1959. Subm A Gibson, I Kinnes. Comments (lab): CAL dates given on Pearson & Stuiver 1986 calibration; (subm): See refs below.

ID: 2777, C14 ID: BM-2525 Date BP: 3590 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3540, End BP: 3640

OS Letter: SU, OS East: 89, OS North: 449

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 53-4; Scot Archaeol Rev, 8, 1991, 35-68 (Beaker Programme survey Proc Prehist Soc, 50, 1984, 255-318

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human femur, from female burial assoc with N4 Beaker, ox scapula and small flints at Achavanich - Craig na Feich, Caithness, Highland, Scotland. Coll not given. Subm A Gibson, I Kinnes. Comments (lab): CAL dates given on Pearson & Stuiver 1986 calibration; (subm): See refs below.

ID: 2778, C14 ID: BM-2590 Date BP: 3700 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3650, End BP: 3750

Abstract: rock-cut grave with stone burial cist

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 54; Scot Archaeol Rev, 8, 1991, 35-68 (Beaker Programme survey)

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id by P Franklin (Oxford Univ Dept Forestry) as Quercus or Castanea sp, from cremation pit cut into Bronze Age surface on interior of ring bank in NW quadrant, assoc w cremated bone, accessory cup base, clay toggle and chert artefacts at Harden Moor, near Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. Subm J Henderson 1984. Comment (subm): BM-2572 is youngest in series and provides tpq for ring bank. Other dates provide firm EBA attribution for cremation deposits on site and all prob fall within same early phase of activity (as indicated by stratigraphy). Measurements provide tpq for stone circle which was pushed over to seal some of cremation pits. Oak is long-lived species but dates still indicate post ring later than cremations and poss later than stone circle.

ID: 2786, C14 ID: BM-2573 Date BP: 3570 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3630

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 75, OS North: 386

Archaeologist Name: J Henderson (Res Lab for Archaeol & Hist of Art, Oxford)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 56

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Carbon Date. 1756BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from hearth F23 in alluvial sediments overlying buried land surface, Area B at Eskmeals, Williamson's Moss, Cumbria, England. Comment (subm): See references. Regard as invalid.

ID: 2327, C14 ID: BM-1396 Date BP: 3756 +/- 104, Start Date BP: 3652, End BP: 3860

Abstract: Occupation material in alluvial sediments

Archaeologist Name: C J Bonsall

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 153-4; 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. 1800BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, AML 833181, from posthole of small oval structure with large closely-spaced postholes at Easton Lane (Site W29, Interchange), M3 motorway site, Hampshire, England. Subm P J Fasham 1983. Comment (subm): Dates associated cultural material and general site ceramic seq.

ID: 2564, C14 ID: HAR-8882 Date BP: 3800 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3870

Abstract: Multi-period settlement

Archaeologist Name: P J Fasham 1983 (Trust for Wessex Arch)

Reference Name: Fasham P J & Whinney R J B, 'Archaeology and the M3...' (= Hampshire Fld Club Archaeol Soc Monogr, 7), 1991, 143-7; Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 110

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Carbon Date. 1530BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id by P Franklin (Oxford Univ Dept Forestry) as Quercus sp, from cremation pit cut into base of ring bank in SW quad, sealed by recumbent stone, assoc with cremated bone at Harden Moor, near Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. Subm J Henderson 1984. Comment (subm): BM-2572 is youngest in series and provides tpq for ring bank. Other dates provide firm EBA attribution for cremation deposits on site and all prob fall within same early phase of activity (as indicated by stratigraphy). Measurements provide tpq for stone circle which was pushed over to seal some of cremation pits. Oak is long-lived species but dates still indicate post ring later than cremations and poss later than stone circle.

ID: 2787, C14 ID: BM-2574 Date BP: 3530 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3580

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 75, OS North: 386

Archaeologist Name: J Henderson (Res Lab for Archaeol & Hist of Art, Oxford)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 56

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id by P Franklin (Oxford Univ Dept Forestry) as Quercus sp, from cremation pit in NW quadrant, sealed by recumbent stone, assoc with cremated bone at Harden Moor, near Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. Subm J Henderson 1984. Comment (subm): BM-2572 is youngest in series and provides tpq for ring bank. Other dates provide firm EBA attribution for cremation deposits on site and all prob fall within same early phase of activity (as indicated by stratigraphy). Measurements provide tpq for stone circle which was pushed over to seal some of cremation pits. Oak is long-lived species but dates still indicate post ring later than cremations and poss later than stone circle.

ID: 2788, C14 ID: BM-2575 Date BP: 3570 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3630

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 75, OS North: 386

Archaeologist Name: J Henderson (Res Lab for Archaeol & Hist of Art, Oxford)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 56

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id by P Franklin (Oxford Univ Dept Forestry) as Quercus sp, from cremation pit cut into base of bank on E of site, sealed by ring bank, assoc with cremated bone and pygmy cup at Harden Moor, near Bingley, West Yorkshire, England. Subm J Henderson 1984. Comment (subm): BM-2572 is youngest in series and provides tpq for ring bank. Other dates provide firm EBA attribution for cremation deposits on site and all prob fall within same early phase of activity (as indicated by stratigraphy). Measurements provide tpq for stone circle which was pushed over to seal some of cremation pits. Oak is long-lived species but dates still indicate post ring later than cremations and poss later than stone circle.

ID: 2789, C14 ID: BM-2576 Date BP: 3570 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3620

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 75, OS North: 386

Archaeologist Name: J Henderson (Res Lab for Archaeol & Hist of Art, Oxford)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 56

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler collagen, id as red deer, from Tr D, Layer 2, primary construction of outer ditch; found rammed in deliberate chalk backfill 90cm below modern surface (Find No. 322) at West Kennet, Wiltshire, England. Subm A Whittle 1987. Comment (subm): Dates confirm predicted date of enclosure. Assoc in same trench was ripple-flaked oblique arrowhead. The two dates overlap at 2 sigma.

ID: 2791, C14 ID: BM-2597 Date BP: 3810 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 3860

Abstract: double-palisade

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle (U Wales Cardiff) 1987

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 57; Antiquity, 65, 1991, 57

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Carbon Date. 1620BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler collagen, id as red deer, from Tr D, Layer 2, primary construction of outer ditch; found in edge of postpipe 67 cm below modern surface (Find No. 262) at West Kennet, Wiltshire, England. Subm A Whittle 1987. Comment (subm): Dates confirm predicted date of enclosure. Assoc in same trench was ripple-flaked oblique arrowhead. The two dates overlap at 2 sigma.

ID: 2792, C14 ID: BM-2602 Date BP: 3620 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3670

Abstract: double-palisade

Archaeologist Name: A Whittle (U Wales Cardiff) 1987

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 33, 1991, 57; Antiquity, 65, 1991, 57

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Carbon Date. 1665BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from hearth in alluvial sediments overlying buried land surface, Test Pit AP36 at Eskmeals, Williamson's Moss, Cumbria, England. Comment (subm): See references.

ID: 2328, C14 ID: UB-2568 Date BP: 3665 +/- 40, Start Date BP: 3625, End BP: 3705

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. 1654BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from F399, Site 1 (Sample 5) at Eskmeals, Monk Moors, Cumbria, England. Comment (subm): Date invalid; unequivocally assoc with Mesolithic material.

ID: 2331, C14 ID: BM-1395 Date BP: 3654 +/- 118, Start Date BP: 3536, End BP: 3772

OS Letter: SD, OS East: 85, OS North: 920

Archaeologist Name: C Bonsall

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 24, 1982, 153-4; Gramsch B (ed), 'Mesolithikum in Europa' (Berlin 1981), 451-72

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from cremation pit 18, possible multiple burial with collared urn at Ewanrigg, Maryport, Cumbria, England. Subm Bob Bewley 1985. Comment (subm): See reference for calibrations, based on Harwell's Aug. 1990 data.

ID: 2335, C14 ID: HAR-5961 Date BP: 3700 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3790

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 35, OS North: 353

Archaeologist Name: Bob Bewley 1985

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 325-54

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Carbon Date. 1640BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from cremation pit 05, with collared urn, accessory cup and 'connecting rod' (connector between bellows and tuyere?) at Ewanrigg, Maryport, Cumbria, England. Subm Bob Bewley 1985. Comment (subm): See reference for calibrations, based on Harwell's Aug. 1990 data.

ID: 2336, C14 ID: HAR-5959 Date BP: 3640 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3550, End BP: 3730

OS Letter: NY, OS East: 35, OS North: 353

Archaeologist Name: Bob Bewley 1985

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 325-54

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Carbon Date. 1570BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from cremation pit 37 containing fragments of coarse pottery (EWR85037) at Ewanrigg, Maryport, Cumbria, England. Subm Bob Bewley 1985. Comment (subm): Alone among 29 cremation pits this has both good charcoal and pottery and is very important for dating the site.

ID: 2344, C14 ID: HAR-7072 Date BP: 3570 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Multi-phase cemetery

Archaeologist Name: Bob Bewley 1985

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 187-8; Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 325-44

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Carbon Date. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Sample unspecified from Phase 1, circular enclosure without formal grave at Moneen, County Cork, Ireland.

ID: 2575, C14 ID: GrN-10629 Date BP: 3960 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3900, End BP: 4020

Abstract: Ring barrow

Archaeologist Name: M J O'Kelly 1948

Reference Name: Prehist Soci field guide (Co Cork trip 1985), 33 (re date Proc Roy Ir Acad, 54C, 1952, 121-59 (re site)

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Carbon Date. 1700BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from cremation pit with enlarged food vessel (Longworth 1984), EWR85055 at Ewanrigg, Maryport, Cumbria, England. Subm Bob Bewley 1985.

ID: 2348, C14 ID: HAR-7077 Date BP: 3700 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3580, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Multi-phase cemetery

Archaeologist Name: Bob Bewley 1985

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 32, 1990, 187-8; Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 325-44

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Carbon Date. 1715BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, left and right femora, from Grave 70, Phase 1 at Fordington Farm, Dorchester, Dorset, England. Comment (subm): Cal BC dates given.

ID: 2355, C14 ID: UB-3304 Date BP: 3715 +/- 54, Start Date BP: 3661, End BP: 3769

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 698, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: P S Bellamy

Reference Name: Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Proc, 113, 1991, 107-32

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Carbon Date. 1767BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, left and right humeri, from Grave 59, Phase 1 at Fordington Farm, Dorchester, Dorset, England. Comment (subm): Cal BC dates given.

ID: 2356, C14 ID: UB-3305 Date BP: 3767 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3814

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 698, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: P S Bellamy

Reference Name: Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Proc, 113, 1991, 107-32

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Carbon Date. 1844BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, left and right femora, from Grave 61, with b-t arrowhead, unphased feature but cutting into primary mound which sealed both Phase 1 graves at Fordington Farm, Dorchester, Dorset, England. Comment (subm): Cal BC dates given.

ID: 2357, C14 ID: UB-3306 Date BP: 3844 +/- 30, Start Date BP: 3814, End BP: 3874

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 698, OS North: 898

Archaeologist Name: P S Bellamy

Reference Name: Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Proc, 113, 1991, 107-32

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from burial in ?double round barrow ditch at Alington Avenue, Dorchester, Dorset, England.

ID: 2358, C14 ID: HAR-9662 Date BP: 3810 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3930

OS Letter: SY, OS East: 702, OS North: 899

Reference Name: Dorset Archaeol Natur Hist Soc Proc, 113, 1991, 107-32

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Carbon Date. 1550BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood charcoal from charcoal-filled pit 724 below kerb of cairn (tpq for cairn construction) at Parc Maen, Llangolman, Dyfed, Wales. Comment (subm): Gives tpq for cairn construction; CAR-494, 568 and 567 are significantly different from CAR-570 and their spatial distribution suggests post-cairn activity.

ID: 2595, C14 ID: CAR-570 Date BP: 3550 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3620

Abstract: with associated standing stone

Archaeologist Name: E C Marshall 1981/2

Reference Name: Archaeol Cambrensis, 140, 1991, 28-75 esp 49, 70

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as ash, hazel, oak, all fairly fast-grown, from pit 4 with alternate layers of burnt bone and loam at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2600, C14 ID: GU-2378 Date BP: 3560 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3610

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as ash, hazel, oak, from pit 7 with cremated bone at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2602, C14 ID: GU-2380 Date BP: 3560 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3620

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as small fast-grown oak, from pit 2 with decorated collared urn at Park of Tongland, Kirkcudbright, Dumfriess-Galloway, Scotland. Comment (subm): CAL dates given.

ID: 2604, C14 ID: GU-2382 Date BP: 3560 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3610

Abstract: with standing stones

Archaeologist Name: R P J McCullagh

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 312-21

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Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from base of Layer 3 in N half of interior of House 1, Phase 2, dating main phase of occupation of house 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: 2819, C14 ID: CAR-248 Date BP: 3670 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3590, End BP: 3750

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. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as human, from central ring ditch burial at Flagstones House, Dorchester, Dorset, England.

ID: 2362, C14 ID: HAR-9159 Date BP: 3560 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3630

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. 1575BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone collagen, id as human, from unaccompanied burial in Cist 3 (some pork bones) at Gairneybank, Kinross, Tayside, Scotland.

ID: 2365, C14 ID: GU-1120 Date BP: 3575 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3505, End BP: 3645

OS Letter: NT, OS East: 127, OS North: 988

Archaeologist Name: Trevor Cowie and Graham Ritchie

Reference Name: Proc Soc Antiq Scotl, 121, 1991, 95-109 esp 96 and 98

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Carbon Date. 1510BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as recovered by flotation, not identifiable (A D Tipper), from fill of pit (23) below flat stone inside ring at Great Carn II, Cefn Bryn, Gower, Glamorgan West, Wales.

ID: 2372, C14 ID: Birm-1179 Date BP: 3510 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3450, End BP: 3570

OS Letter: SS, OS East: 490, OS North: 907

Archaeologist Name: Anthony Ward 1981/2

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 54, 1988, 153-72 esp 161

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from immediately around primary cremation, presumably derived from fires connected with funerary ritual occurring just before construction of mound at Guiting Power - Home Ground, Gloucestershire, England. [Ed: alternative GR given, SP 095670, is incorrect by map.]

ID: 2373, C14 ID: RCD-726 Date BP: 3560 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3610

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 95, OS North: 245

Archaeologist Name: A Marshall

Reference Name: Trans Bristol Gloucestershire Archaeol Soc, 110, 1992, 222-3; Cotswold Archaeol Res Group Res Rep, 7, 1991, 10

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, site ref CF802238, AML 815098, from clay layer, possibly first disuse phase of Late Iron Age or Roman inner ditch F100 of Iron Age fort at Castle Farm Shifnal, Shropshire, England. Subm A Roe 1981. [Ed: NGR has had to be estimated].

ID: 2836, C14 ID: HAR-5116 Date BP: 3810 +/- 110, Start Date BP: 3700, End BP: 3920

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 74, OS North: 7

Archaeologist Name: A Roe (Birmingham Univ FAU)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 300

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Carbon Date. 1670BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from base 31/interface 46; interface between BA cairn and Neo 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-2009; (subm): See monograph.

ID: 2144, C14 ID: BM-2009R Date BP: 3670 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3770

Abstract: mortuary house and facade, cairn over

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. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone from domestic rubbish pit 1260 with Beaker pottery at Roughground Farm, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England. Subm T G Allen 1983.

ID: 2630, C14 ID: HAR-5499 Date BP: 3710 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3810

OS Letter: SP, OS East: 217, OS North: 8

Archaeologist Name: T G Allen (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 301; Darvill T, Prehistoric Gloucestershire, Gloucester 1987, 178; Allan T G et al, 'Excavations at Roughground Farm, Lechlade', OUCA, 1993

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Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone from pit 962 with Grooved Ware at Roughground Farm, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England. Subm T G Allen 1983.

ID: 2631, C14 ID: HAR-5500 Date BP: 3940 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3860, End BP: 4020

Abstract: Grooved Ware pit

Archaeologist Name: T G Allen (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 301 (not this date Darvill T, Prehistoric Gloucestershire, Gloucester 1987, 178; Allan T G et al, 'Excavations at Roughground Farm, Lechlade', OUCA, 1993

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Carbon Date. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone from pit 962 with Grooved Ware pottery at Roughground Farm, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England. Subm T G Allen 1983.

ID: 2632, C14 ID: HAR-5501 Date BP: 3820 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3730, End BP: 3910

Abstract: Grooved Ware pit

Archaeologist Name: T G Allen (Oxford Archaeol Unit)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 301 (not this date Darvill T, Prehistoric Gloucestershire, Gloucester 1987, 178; Allan T G et al, 'Excavations at Roughground Farm, Lechlade', OUCA, 1993

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 842808, id as oak, from context 1304, secondary cremation inserted into mound of barrow, sample assoc with pot and spoon-like artefact at Mintlyn Wood, Bawsey, Norfolk, England. Subm P Murphy 1984.

ID: 2851, C14 ID: HAR-6569 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

Abstract: secondary cremations from barrow (primary burial had broken Beaker and stain of bier)

Archaeologist Name: P Murphy

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 311

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from small pit in chamber 2 of megalith, layer 5, with bowl sherds at Altanagh, Tyrone, Ireland.

ID: 2153, C14 ID: GrN-11447 Date BP: 3810 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3690, End BP: 3930

Abstract: Ruined megalithic structure surrounded by pits with burials

Archaeologist Name: B B Williams

Reference Name: Ulster J Archaeol, 3 ser, 49, 1986, 33-88 esp. 78

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from F8 fill (clay extraction pits) associated with Grimston and Grooved wares; backfilled with midden? at Stacey Bushes (MK 228), Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. Comments (lab): Double-counted because small sample; (subm): probably a tpq as most wood from site was large timbers.

ID: 2646, C14 ID: HAR-858 Date BP: 3780 +/- 150, Start Date BP: 3630, End BP: 3930

Abstract: quarry ditches and house ? gullies

Archaeologist Name: H S Green 1974

Reference Name: Rec Buckinghamshire, 27, 1985, 10-37

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from near hut at Swine Sty Cairnfield 22, Big Moor Central, Derbyshire, England.

ID: 2651, C14 ID: HAR-1233 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

Abstract: enclosure or yard

Archaeologist Name: M L Machin ? - Hunter Archaeol Soc

Reference Name: Trans Hunter Archaeol Soc, 10, 1971, 5-13 (site Derbyshire Archaeol J, 106, 1986, 45-6 (date)

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Carbon Date. 2000BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, site ref BRA8/31, 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: 2857, C14 ID: HAR-6618 Date BP: 4000 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 4070

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. 1650BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 8410209, id by N D Balaam as Quercus sp, from top of OGS sealed beneath cairn (CEU site 267) at Chysauster Cairn 38, Carnaquidden Farm, Ludgvan, Cornwall, England. Subm N Balaam 1985. Comment (subm GHS): Charcoal was scattered over fairly wide area and was not just result of small fire but possibly of clearance of woodland prior to construction of cairn. Sample provides date for construction of kerb enclosure, which may have been ceremonial and which antedates insertion of first burials and building of cairn mound.

ID: 2863, C14 ID: HAR-6548 Date BP: 3650 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3570, End BP: 3730

Abstract: kerbed

Archaeologist Name: G H Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 310

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Carbon Date. 1790BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 8410212, id by N D Balaam as Quercus sp and Corylus avellana, from fill of pot containing cremation burial, in pit under small cist outside kerb of cairn (CEU site 267) at Chysauster Cairn 38, Carnaquidden Farm, Ludgvan, Cornwall, England. Subm N Balaam 1985.

ID: 2864, C14 ID: HAR-6549 Date BP: 3790 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3910

Abstract: kerbed

Archaeologist Name: G H Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 310

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Carbon Date. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 8410213, id by N D Balaam as Quercus sp, from fill of pot containing cremation burial, in pit outside kerb of cairn (CEU site 267) at Chysauster Cairn 38, Carnaquidden Farm, Ludgvan, Cornwall, England. Subm N Balaam 1985.

ID: 2865, C14 ID: HAR-6651 Date BP: 3680 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3600, End BP: 3760

Abstract: kerbed

Archaeologist Name: G H Smith

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 310

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Carbon Date. 1610BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp or Prunus sp and Fraxinus sp, from ditch bottom at Amesbury Barrow 72, New Barn B4, Wiltshire, England. Subm David Jordan AML 1990. Comment (excav.): provides indirectly a date for collared urn below initial bowl-barrow.

ID: 2167, C14 ID: HAR-10515 Date BP: 3610 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3700

Abstract: Saucer barrow

Archaeologist Name: Paul Ashbee

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 34, 1992, 64; Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 79, 1984, 39-91 (site Wiltshire Archaeol Natur Hist Mag, 85, 1992, 140-1 (date)

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Carbon Date. 1827BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15A, Gallery 31-32 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2411, C14 ID: BM-973 Date BP: 3827 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3782, End BP: 3872

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1960BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15A, Gallery 57-58 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2412, C14 ID: BM-997 Date BP: 3960 +/- 56, Start Date BP: 3904, End BP: 4016

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1940BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15B, Gallery 19-20 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2413, C14 ID: BM-975 Date BP: 3940 +/- 41, Start Date BP: 3899, End BP: 3981

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1887BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15B, Gallery 19-20 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2414, C14 ID: BM-1051 Date BP: 3887 +/- 56, Start Date BP: 3831, End BP: 3943

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1949BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15 B, Gallery 31-32 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2415, C14 ID: BM-1003 Date BP: 3949 +/- 42, Start Date BP: 3907, End BP: 3991

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1780BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id by C Keepax as oak (Quercus sp) from mature timbers, from timber lining of cist, crouched burial 12 with pig bones and very fine battle axe at Wetwang Slack Site XII, Humberside North, England. Subm J S Dent 1981. Comment (subm): The only Yorkshire battle axe burial found since advent of C14 dating.

ID: 2877, C14 ID: HAR-4427 Date BP: 3780 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3850

OS Letter: SE, OS East: 943, OS North: 600

Archaeologist Name: J S Dent

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 320; Proc Prehist Soc, 48, 1982, 437-57 (Iron Age aspects)

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Carbon Date. 1540BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Quercus sp, from Ditch W, middle fill at Balneaves, Friockheim, Angus, Tayside, Scotland. Comment (subm): Generally consistent with pottery. Calibrations given in text.

ID: 2184, C14 ID: GU-2445 Date BP: 3540 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3490, End BP: 3590

OS Letter: NO, OS East: 605, OS North: 497

Archaeologist Name: C J Russell-White, HBM-AOC

Reference Name: Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 289-301

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Carbon Date. 1954BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15B, Gallery 31-32 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2417, C14 ID: BM-1052b Date BP: 3954 +/- 43, Start Date BP: 3911, End BP: 3997

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15B, Gallery 57-58 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2418, C14 ID: BM-996 Date BP: 3890 +/- 42, Start Date BP: 3848, End BP: 3932

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1834BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15B, Gallery 57-58 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2419, C14 ID: BM-1053 Date BP: 3834 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3784, End BP: 3884

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1887BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15C, Gallery 57-70 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2420, C14 ID: BM-974 Date BP: 3887 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3840, End BP: 3934

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1904BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15C, Gallery 57-70 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2421, C14 ID: BM-1054 Date BP: 3904 +/- 36, Start Date BP: 3868, End BP: 3940

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1736BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15D, Gallery 37-38 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2422, C14 ID: BM-980 Date BP: 3736 +/- 58, Start Date BP: 3678, End BP: 3794

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1838BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15D, Gallery 37-38 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2423, C14 ID: BM-1056a Date BP: 3838 +/- 42, Start Date BP: 3796, End BP: 3880

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15D, Gallery 37-38 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2424, C14 ID: BM-1056b Date BP: 3740 +/- 48, Start Date BP: 3692, End BP: 3788

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1865BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15D, Gallery 79-80 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2425, C14 ID: BM-978 Date BP: 3865 +/- 44, Start Date BP: 3821, End BP: 3909

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1952BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15D, Gallery 79-80 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2426, C14 ID: BM-1011 Date BP: 3952 +/- 44, Start Date BP: 3908, End BP: 3996

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1924BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15D, Gallery 79-80 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2427, C14 ID: BM-1057 Date BP: 3924 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3877, End BP: 3971

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1900BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Shaft 15D, Gallery 516-517 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2430, C14 ID: BM-1262 Date BP: 3900 +/- 54, Start Date BP: 3846, End BP: 3954

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 7911015, id as Quercus sp (mature timber) and Corylus avellana nutshell, from cremation at Ardleigh, Essex, England. Subm N D Balaam 1980. [Ed: NGR not given in reference so is very approximate.]

ID: 2898, C14 ID: HAR-3908 Date BP: 3600 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3680

Abstract: cremation

Archaeologist Name: J Hinchliffe

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 336-7

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Carbon Date. 1600BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 830768, from possible mortuary house at Church Lawton, Alsager, Cheshire, England. Subm R McNeil. Comment (subm): Represents only evidence that mound was ever a burial ground.

ID: 2902, C14 ID: HAR-5533 Date BP: 3600 +/- 100, Start Date BP: 3500, End BP: 3700

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 808, OS North: 557

Archaeologist Name: R McNeil (Univ Liverpool Rescue Archaeol Comm) 1983

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 337-8

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Carbon Date. 1860BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Collagen, id as human long bone by Annie Grant, from burial of woman with flint knife, Phase I of monument at Barrow Hills, Radley, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. Comment (subm): Calibrated date ranges are supplied in text. Burial dates are considered anomalous because do not overlap at 95% confidence level, though should be contemporary with each other. They are also late relative to their gravegoods. Poor preservation and shallow burial may be the cause.

ID: 2193, C14 ID: BM-2708 Date BP: 3860 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3810, End BP: 3910

Abstract: Rectangular ditched enclosure with later oval/long barrow

Archaeologist Name: Richard Bradley

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 29, 1987, 182 (site, not this date Proc Prehist Soc, 58, 1992, 127-42

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Carbon Date. 1882BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15E, Gallery 59-60 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2431, C14 ID: BM-1002 Date BP: 3882 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3837, End BP: 3927

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1876BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15E, Gallery 59-60 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2432, C14 ID: BM-1058 Date BP: 3876 +/- 48, Start Date BP: 3828, End BP: 3924

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1992BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15E, Gallery 61-62 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2433, C14 ID: BM-998 Date BP: 3992 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3947, End BP: 4037

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1977BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15F, Gallery 59-60 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2435, C14 ID: BM-1059 Date BP: 3977 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3930, End BP: 4024

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1849BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15G, Gallery 75-76 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2438, C14 ID: BM-976 Date BP: 3849 +/- 44, Start Date BP: 3805, End BP: 3893

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1820BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15J, Gallery 79-80 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2439, C14 ID: BM-979 Date BP: 3820 +/- 46, Start Date BP: 3774, End BP: 3866

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1868BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 15J, Gallery 79-80 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2440, C14 ID: BM-1001 Date BP: 3868 +/- 56, Start Date BP: 3812, End BP: 3924

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1868BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Shaft 15, Gallery 79-80 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2441, C14 ID: BM-971 Date BP: 3868 +/- 66, Start Date BP: 3802, End BP: 3934

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1845BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from Shaft 15J, Gallery 79-80 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2442, C14 ID: BM-986 Date BP: 3845 +/- 44, Start Date BP: 3801, End BP: 3889

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1874BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Shaft 11A, in gallery at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2443, C14 ID: BM-981 Date BP: 3874 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3827, End BP: 3921

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1855BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell shaft, gallery 101-102 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2444, C14 ID: BM-1027 Date BP: 3855 +/- 36, Start Date BP: 3819, End BP: 3891

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1666BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as 0.6gm sample, from House 648, from main occupation spread 638 at Trethellan Farm, Newquay, Cornwall, England.

ID: 2703, C14 ID: UB-3107 Date BP: 3666 +/- 120, Start Date BP: 3546, End BP: 3786

OS Letter: SW, OS East: 798, OS North: 614

Archaeologist Name: J Nowakowski

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 30, 1991, 5-242 esp 71

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, AML 830775, from ditch surrounding barrow, antedating construction of Phase 1 barrow and sealed by slumping from barrow at Church Lawton, Alsager, Cheshire, England. Subm R McNeil.

ID: 2907, C14 ID: HAR-5538 Date BP: 3560 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3480, End BP: 3640

OS Letter: SJ, OS East: 808, OS North: 557

Archaeologist Name: R McNeil (Univ Liverpool Rescue Archaeol Comm) 1982

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 337-8

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Carbon Date. 1853BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell shaft, gallery 101-102 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2445, C14 ID: BM-1261 Date BP: 3853 +/- 71, Start Date BP: 3782, End BP: 3924

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1884BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell shaft, gallery 104-107 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2446, C14 ID: BM-1049 Date BP: 3884 +/- 43, Start Date BP: 3841, End BP: 3927

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1922BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell shaft, gallery 108-109 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2447, C14 ID: BM-1028 Date BP: 3922 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3884, End BP: 3960

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1922BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell shaft, gallery 108-109 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2448, C14 ID: BM-1044 Date BP: 3922 +/- 86, Start Date BP: 3836, End BP: 4008

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1880BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell shaft, gallery 108-109 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2449, C14 ID: BM-1048 Date BP: 3880 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3842, End BP: 3918

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1893BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell A shaft, gallery 200-201 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2450, C14 ID: BM-1050 Date BP: 3893 +/- 44, Start Date BP: 3849, End BP: 3937

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1784BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell A shaft, gallery 200-201 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2451, C14 ID: BM-1068 Date BP: 3784 +/- 50, Start Date BP: 3734, End BP: 3834

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1859BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell C shaft, gallery 105-106 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2452, C14 ID: BM-1029 Date BP: 3859 +/- 53, Start Date BP: 3806, End BP: 3912

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1949BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell C shaft, gallery 105-106 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2453, C14 ID: BM-1045 Date BP: 3949 +/- 41, Start Date BP: 3908, End BP: 3990

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1974BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell C shaft, gallery 105-106 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2454, C14 ID: BM-1047 Date BP: 3974 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3929, End BP: 4019

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1797BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from Greenwell C shaft, in gallery at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2455, C14 ID: BM-1046 Date BP: 3797 +/- 52, Start Date BP: 3745, End BP: 3849

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1671BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from shaft 11B/E, in gallery at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2457, C14 ID: BM-987 Date BP: 3671 +/- 75, Start Date BP: 3596, End BP: 3746

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1761BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from shaft 11D, in gallery at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2458, C14 ID: BM-983 Date BP: 3761 +/- 48, Start Date BP: 3713, End BP: 3809

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ 1991), 19-20

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Carbon Date. 1855BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal and soil mixed from layer 2531 behind rear of ritual structure 2192 at Trethellan Farm, Newquay, Cornwall, England. Comment (lab): Very small sample therefore poor precision.

ID: 2706, C14 ID: UB-3108 Date BP: 3855 +/- 335, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 4190

Abstract: stone building

Archaeologist Name: J Nowakowski

Reference Name: Cornish Archaeol, 30, 1991, 5-242 esp 100

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Carbon Date. 1810BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Ulmus and unident, from Unit 8A, Neo-Bkr palaeosol: Context 63, BD 60531 at Brean Down Sandcliff, Somerset, England. Subm Martin Bell. Comment (subm): Possibly three phases within this unit: see monograph for calibrations and further comment.

ID: 2221, C14 ID: HAR-8990 Date BP: 3810 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3720, End BP: 3900

Abstract: Multi-phase settlement

Archaeologist Name: Martin Bell, Lampeter

Reference Name: Bell, Martin, 'Brean Down excavations 1983-1987' (English Heritage Archaeol Rep 15), 1990, 108 and 112-13

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Carbon Date. 1560BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, id as Euonymus europaeus, Pomoideae, Prunus cf spinosa, unident, from Unit 7, Bkr sand layer, Context 188 in thin charcoal layer: BD 6192 at Brean Down Sandcliff, Somerset, England. Subm Martin Bell. Comment (subm): See monograph for calibrations and comment.

ID: 2223, C14 ID: HAR-9156 Date BP: 3560 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3470, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Multi-phase settlement

Archaeologist Name: Martin Bell, Lampeter

Reference Name: Bell, Martin, 'Brean Down excavations 1983-1987' (English Heritage Archaeol Rep 15), 1990, 108 and 112-13

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Carbon Date. 1890BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal, unident, from Unit 6b, Context 66, early Bronze Age colluvium: BD 6062-7 at Brean Down Sandcliff, Somerset, England. Coll B Muir 1985. Subm Martin Bell. Comment (subm): probably redeposited from unit 8a (cf HAR-8990 see monograph for calibrations and comment.

ID: 2224, C14 ID: HAR-7022 Date BP: 3890 +/- 130, Start Date BP: 3760, End BP: 4020

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. 1902BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from shaft 11E, in gallery at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2459, C14 ID: BM-984 Date BP: 3902 +/- 58, Start Date BP: 3844, End BP: 3960

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1844BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from shaft 2, in gallery at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2461, C14 ID: BM-1020 Date BP: 3844 +/- 221, Start Date BP: 3623, End BP: 4065

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1896BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from shaft 2, in gallery at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2462, C14 ID: BM-1069 Date BP: 3896 +/- 141, Start Date BP: 3755, End BP: 4037

Abstract: Galleried mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1767BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 955/820, feature 3 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2463, C14 ID: BM-970 Date BP: 3767 +/- 57, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3824

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1593BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 950/820, feature 4 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2464, C14 ID: BM-1019 Date BP: 3593 +/- 45, Start Date BP: 3548, End BP: 3638

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1727BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 955/820, feature 5 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2465, C14 ID: BM-992 Date BP: 3727 +/- 57, Start Date BP: 3670, End BP: 3784

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1614BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 955/820, feature 6 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2466, C14 ID: BM-993 Date BP: 3614 +/- 67, Start Date BP: 3547, End BP: 3681

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1825BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 950/820, feature 6 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2467, C14 ID: BM-1007 Date BP: 3825 +/- 54, Start Date BP: 3771, End BP: 3879

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1797BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 950/820, feature 11 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2468, C14 ID: BM-1016 Date BP: 3797 +/- 49, Start Date BP: 3748, End BP: 3846

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1948BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from small pits, 950/820, feature 12 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2469, C14 ID: BM-1005 Date BP: 3948 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 3911, End BP: 3985

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1851BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 950/820, feature 14 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2470, C14 ID: BM-1015 Date BP: 3851 +/- 34, Start Date BP: 3817, End BP: 3885

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1710BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 950/820, feature 16 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2471, C14 ID: BM-1017 Date BP: 3710 +/- 39, Start Date BP: 3671, End BP: 3749

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1874BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 953/850, feature 28 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2472, C14 ID: BM-1063 Date BP: 3874 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3819, End BP: 3929

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1615BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Bone, id as bovid pelvis, from debris cone 1 of entrance shaft, BC.DC1-103 at Charterhouse Warren Farm Swallet, Mendip, Somerset, England. Coll B M Levitan and P L Smart. Subm Levitan. Comments (lab): Large uncertainty range is due to poor state of protein preservation in the sample.

ID: 2238, C14 ID: SRR-3451 Date BP: 3615 +/- 155, Start Date BP: 3460, End BP: 3770

Abstract: Debris-filled cave system

Reference Name: Proc Univ Bristol Spelaeol Soc, 18(3), 1989, 390-4

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Carbon Date. 1695BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small pits, 961/861, feature 34 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2473, C14 ID: BM-1062 Date BP: 3695 +/- 49, Start Date BP: 3646, End BP: 3744

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1863BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from trial pits and mines, Pit 3A at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2474, C14 ID: BM-1060 Date BP: 3863 +/- 86, Start Date BP: 3777, End BP: 3949

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1825BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from trial pits and mines, 950/820, feature 7 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2475, C14 ID: BM-1009 Date BP: 3825 +/- 41, Start Date BP: 3784, End BP: 3866

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from trial pits and mines, 950/820, feature 14 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2476, C14 ID: BM-1010 Date BP: 3770 +/- 66, Start Date BP: 3704, End BP: 3836

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1764BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from trial pits and mines, 950/820, feature 24 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2477, C14 ID: BM-1008 Date BP: 3764 +/- 39, Start Date BP: 3725, End BP: 3803

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1666BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from trial pits and mines, 952/964, feature 105 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2478, C14 ID: BM-1061 Date BP: 3666 +/- 55, Start Date BP: 3611, End BP: 3721

Abstract: Open-cast mines

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1695BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small scale early group, 950/820, feature 19 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2480, C14 ID: BM-1012 Date BP: 3695 +/- 33, Start Date BP: 3662, End BP: 3728

Abstract: Industrial debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1748BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from small scale early group, 950/860, feature 32 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2481, C14 ID: BM-1064 Date BP: 3748 +/- 59, Start Date BP: 3689, End BP: 3807

Abstract: Industrial debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1904BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from small scale early group, 950/820, feature 36 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2482, C14 ID: BM-1024 Date BP: 3904 +/- 38, Start Date BP: 3866, End BP: 3942

Abstract: Industrial debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1770BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id by R Gale as Corylus sp, from bundle of rods and branches, some with beaver-gnawed ends and all stripped of bark, from layer of organic mud in long strat sequence with no assoc cultural debris at Runnymede Bridge, Berkshire, England. Subm S Needham 1984. Comment (subm): See extended comment in refs.

ID: 2749, C14 ID: BM-2435 Date BP: 3770 +/- 60, Start Date BP: 3710, End BP: 3830

Abstract: Riverside settlement

Archaeologist Name: S Needham (Brit Mus)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 17; Needham S, 'Excavation and salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: the Late ronze Age waterfront site' (BM Press/Engl Heritage, 1991), 346-53 (not these dates)

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Carbon Date. 1580BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood from 575cIII, from top of same deposit as 575cII (Har-4523) at Mar Dyke, Stifford (A13 trunk road), Essex, England. Coll T J Wilkinson 1981. Subm T J Wilkinson 1981.

ID: 2258, C14 ID: HAR-4524 Date BP: 3580 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3510, End BP: 3650

Abstract: Estuarine deposits

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 323-4; J Fld Archaeol, 13, 1986, 183

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Carbon Date. 1680BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Wood, id as Crataegus sp, from post cutting lower peats, H23WOOD, at Crouch Estuary Site 23, Essex, England. Coll T J Wilkinson 1983. Subm T J Wilkinson 1983. Comment (subm): (PM) Stratigraphically contemporary with lower peat, conforming with 14C determinations on lower peat from elsewhere in basin.

ID: 2268, C14 ID: HAR-5737 Date BP: 3680 +/- 70, Start Date BP: 3610, End BP: 3750

Abstract: Estuarine deposits

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 30, 1988, 326-9; J Fld Archaeol, 13, 1986, 183

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Carbon Date. 1947BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from large scale site, 1267/906 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2488, C14 ID: BM-995 Date BP: 3947 +/- 66, Start Date BP: 3881, End BP: 4013

Abstract: Industrial debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1755BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from large scale site, 1255/905 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2489, C14 ID: BM-988 Date BP: 3755 +/- 259, Start Date BP: 3496, End BP: 4014

Abstract: Industrial debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1929BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from large scale site, 1255/905, L6 baulk at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2490, C14 ID: BM-1013 Date BP: 3929 +/- 49, Start Date BP: 3880, End BP: 3978

Abstract: Industrial debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1813BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from large scale site, 1266/900 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2491, C14 ID: BM-1014 Date BP: 3813 +/- 43, Start Date BP: 3770, End BP: 3856

Abstract: Industrial debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1607BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from minor features, 1000/905 (1972) at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2492, C14 ID: BM-811 Date BP: 3607 +/- 300, Start Date BP: 3307, End BP: 3907

Abstract: Occupation debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1535BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from minor features, 955/820 feature 7 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2494, C14 ID: BM-994 Date BP: 3535 +/- 90, Start Date BP: 3445, End BP: 3625

Abstract: Occupation debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1559BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from minor features, 950/820, feature 13 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2495, C14 ID: BM-1022 Date BP: 3559 +/- 39, Start Date BP: 3520, End BP: 3598

Abstract: Occupation debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1593BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Antler, id as Red deer (Cervus elaphus), from minor features, 950/820, feature 23 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2496, C14 ID: BM-1018 Date BP: 3593 +/- 37, Start Date BP: 3556, End BP: 3630

Abstract: Occupation debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1763BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from minor features, 960/940, feature 124 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2498, C14 ID: BM-1034 Date BP: 3763 +/- 47, Start Date BP: 3716, End BP: 3810

Abstract: Occupation debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1941BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Charcoal from minor features, 1274/1022, Trench 3 at Grime's Graves, Weeting, Thetford, Norfolk, England. Subm G Sieveking and I Longworth. Comments (lab and subm): See publications for general comments.

ID: 2499, C14 ID: BM-1065 Date BP: 3941 +/- 89, Start Date BP: 3852, End BP: 4030

Abstract: Occupation debris

Archaeologist Name: G Sieveking and I Longworth

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 21, 1979, 41-7; I H Longworth et al, Excavations at Grimes Graves, Norfolk 1972-76, Fasc. 3 (Brit Mus Publ, 1991)

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Carbon Date. 1740BC. Middle Bronze Age

Report: Cellulose extracted from wood, id as Corylus sp, from bundle of rods and branches, some with beaver-gnawed ends and all stripped of bark, from layer of organic mud in long strat sequence with no assoc cultural debris (same context as BM-2435) at Runnymede Bridge, Berkshire, England. Subm S Needham 1984. Comment (subm): See extended comment in refs.

ID: 2750, C14 ID: BM-2436 Date BP: 3740 +/- 80, Start Date BP: 3660, End BP: 3820

Abstract: Riverside settlement

Archaeologist Name: S Needham (Brit Mus)

Reference Name: Radiocarbon, 31, 1989, 17; Needham S, 'Excavation and salvage at Runnymede Bridge, 1978: the Late ronze Age waterfront site' (BM Press/Engl Heritage, 1991), 346-53 (not these dates)

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