Exploring site formation and building local contexts through wiggle-match radiocarbon dating: re-dating of the Firth of Clyde Crannogs, Scotland
Jacobsson, Piotr; Hale, Alex G.C.; Cook, Gordon; Hamilton, Derek;
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
There are at least four wooden intertidal platforms, also known as marine crannogs, in the Firth of Clyde, on the west coast of Scotland. The interpretation of these sites partly depends on their dating and, if coeval, they could point to the presence of a native mariti... View more
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