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Chronometric dating, also known as chronometry or absolute dating, is any archaeological dating method that gives a result in calendar years before the present time.Archaeologists and scientists use absolute dating methods on samples ranging from prehistoric fossils to artifacts from relatively recent history.The paper presents the preliminary results of the excavations of 2017 season at the Mycenaean site of Kastrouli, Phokis. For the p IRIR290 measurements, no dependence of De on first‐stimulation temperature was detectable, and the standard first stimulation temperature at 50°C was adopted.
The oldest examined monument was Pomeranian culture...
The present work contributes to this continuous updating, using the latest evaluated nuclear data for the 238 U-, 235 U-and 232 Th-series, as well as for 40 K and 87 Rb, obtained from the Evaluated Nuclear Structure Data File (ENSDF) database and the Nuclear Wallet Cards.
An estimate of the accuracy of the dose-rate conversion factors is further attempted for the first time, by taking into account individual uncertainties in all quantities involved in the calculations.
These remains had been excavated close to Bergisch Gladbach, which was at that time part of Germania magna.
Brückner The applicability of a post‐infrared infrared stimulated luminescence (p IRIR290) protocol and two different thermoluminescence (TL) protocols—a single aliquot regeneration (SAR) and a multiple aliquot additive dose (MAAD)—was tested on six polymineral fine‐grain (4–11 μm) samples extracted from the wall remains of a Roman lime kiln and a Roman roof tile.