Laboratory: Groningen Accelerator
BP: 4790 Std: 50
Delta 13C value 22.1 Delta 13C standard deviation None given
Sample Material: antler Sample Material Comment: None given
Feature Type: burial mound Feature: this antler was found in context 314, one of the dumps of rubble (soil, marl, and stone fragments) on which the structure was built
Culture: Neolithikum Phase: Early
Site: Hazleton North, Gloucestershire Country Subdivision: England Country: United Kingdom
Approved: Right: public
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Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82: the excavation of a Neolithic long cairn of the Cotswold-Severn group 13 (1990).