Laboratory: Harwell


BP: 3620 Std: 80

Delta 13C value -25.2 Delta 13C standard deviation None given

Sample Material: charcoal Sample Material Comment: numerous fragments of Quercus sp from fairly large timbers

Feature Type: Grave (cremation) Feature: from the central cremation, at the base of a pit containing a Collared Urn cremation

Culture: Bronze Age Phase: n/a


Site: Roxton Country Subdivision: Bedfordshire 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.

A. F. Taylor/P. J. Woodward, Bronze Age barrow cemetery and associated settlement at Roxton, Bedfordshire, Archaeol J, 142, 73-149

A. M. ApSimon, The carbon dates for the collared urn burials, in Taylor and Woodward 1985, 120.

D. Hall/P. J. Woodward, Radwell excavations, 1974-5: the Bronze Age ring ditches, Bedfordshire ArchaeolJ, 12, 1 - 16.

I. H. Longworth, Collared urns of the Bronze Age in Great Britain and Ireland, Cambridge.

P. J. Woodward, Flint distribution, ring ditches and Bronze Age settlement patterns in the Great Ouse valley, Archaeol J, 135, 32 - 56.


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