Laboratory: Harwell


BP: 3590 Std: 80

Delta 13C value -25.6 Delta 13C standard deviation None given

Sample Material: charcoal Sample Material Comment: None given

Feature Type: fortified settlement Feature: from a dark grey rectilinear area; an occu pation layer beneath the rampart.

Culture: Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age Phase: n/a


Site: Moel y Gaer Country Subdivision: Wales Country: United Kingdom


Approved: Right: public


Literature:

JORDAN, D. HADDON-REECE, D./A. BAYLISS. 1994. Radiocarbon Dates: from samples funded by English Heritage and dated before 1981. London: English Heritage.

G. Guilbert, Planned hillfort interiors, Proc Prehisto Soc 41,203 -221.

G. Guilbert, Moel y Gaer, 1973: an area excavation on the defences, Antiquity, 49, 109 - 17.

G. Guilbert, Moel y Gaer (Rhosemor) 1972 - 3: an area excavation in the interior, in Hillforts: later prehistoric earthworks in Britain and Ireland (ed D W Harding), 303 - 17.


Comment: this is not surprising since there is a scatter of Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age artefacts across the whole area, notably flint arrowheads.


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