Laboratory: Groningen

BP: 4560 Std: 25

Delta 13C value -27.3 Delta 13C standard deviation None given

Sample Material: wood Sample Material Comment: betula, part 1 of 3 waterlogged planks

Feature Type: miscellaneous Feature: lying parallel to each other in damaged fulacht fiadh, probably base of trough

Culture: Neolithikum Phase: n/a

Site: Cloghaclocka Country Subdivision: Limerick Country: Ireland

Approved: Right: public


Gathering time: dating the early Neolithic enclosures of southern Britain and Ireland (2011).

Three Irish gas pipelines: new archaeological evidence in Munster (1988).

Radiocarbon dates from Irish fulachta fiadh and other burnt mounds. The Journal of Irish Archaeology, 1989, 25--33.


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