Laboratory: University of Waikato

BP: 4897 Std: 38

Delta 13C value -20.7 Delta 13C standard deviation 0.2

Sample Material: collagen, bone Sample Material Comment: human, rib from almost completely articulated skeleton of 13-17 year old

Feature Type: burial mound Feature: at back of lateral chamber

Culture: Neolithikum Phase: n/a

Site: West Tumb, Gloucestershire Country Subdivision: England Country: United Kingdom

Approved: Right: public


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Description of the long barrow called ‘West Tump’in the Parish of Brimpsfield, Gloucestershire. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucester Archaeological Society 5, 1881, 201--11.


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