Laboratory: Groningen Accelerator

BP: 4800 Std: 50

Delta 13C value -21.3 Delta 13C standard deviation None given

Sample Material: collagen, bone Sample Material Comment: human bone (5.14g) (right femur)

Feature Type: collective burial Feature: skeleton was found within context (267), which was sealed by the collapse of the entrance-blocking orthostat (273) and then by (612), a layer of stones from the collapsed roof of the entrance passage

Culture: Neolithikum Phase: Early

Site: Hazleton North, Gloucestershire Country Subdivision: England Country: United Kingdom

Approved: Right: public


A. Bayliss, C. Bronk Ramsey, G. Cook, J. van der Plicht, Radiocarbon Dates. From samples funded by English Heritage under the Aggregates Levy Sustainability fund 2002-4 (Swindon 2007).

Hazleton North, Gloucestershire, 1979-82: the excavation of a Neolithic long cairn of the Cotswold-Severn group 13 (1990).

IntCal04 terrestrial radiocarbon age calibration, 0-26 cal kyr BP, 2004.

Procedures for comparing and combining radiocarbon age determinations: a critique. Archaeometry 20 / 1, 1978, 19--31.


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