Laboratory: University of Waikato


BP: 4975 Std: 33

Delta 13C value -21.2 Delta 13C standard deviation 0.2

Sample Material: collagen, bone Sample Material Comment: human, disarticulated long bone shaft fragment from large deposit including remains from at least 6 adults ans 2 subadults

Feature Type: burial mound Feature: transverse chamber

Culture: Neolithikum Phase: n/a


Site: Burn Ground, Gloucestershire Country Subdivision: England Country: United Kingdom


Approved: Right: public


Literature:

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

Excavations on defence sites, 1939-1945 / 3 (1960).

THE DATE AND SEQUENCE OF USE OF NEOLITHIC FUNERARY MONUMENTS: NEW AMS DATING EVIDENCE FROM THE COTSWOLD-SEVERN REGION. Oxford journal of archaeology 25 / 4, 2006, 335--355.


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