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Dating Danish textiles and skins from bog finds by means of 14C AMS

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Dating Danish textiles and skins from bog finds by means of 14C AMS. / Mannering, Ulla; Possnert, Göran; Heinemeier, Jan; Gleba, Margarita.

In: Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 37, 2010, p. 261-268.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

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Mannering, U, Possnert, G, Heinemeier, J & Gleba, M 2010, 'Dating Danish textiles and skins from bog finds by means of 14C AMS' Journal of Archaeological Science, vol 37, pp. 261-268.

APA

Mannering, U., Possnert, G., Heinemeier, J., & Gleba, M. (2010). Dating Danish textiles and skins from bog finds by means of 14C AMS. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37, 261-268.

Vancouver

Mannering U, Possnert G, Heinemeier J, Gleba M. Dating Danish textiles and skins from bog finds by means of 14C AMS. Journal of Archaeological Science. 2010;37:261-268.

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Mannering, Ulla; Possnert, Göran; Heinemeier, Jan; Gleba, Margarita / Dating Danish textiles and skins from bog finds by means of 14C AMS.

In: Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 37, 2010, p. 261-268.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

Bibtex

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abstract = "This paper presents the results of 44 new 14C analyses of Danish Early Iron Age textiles and skins. Of 52 Danish bog finds containing skin and textile items, 30 are associated with bog bodies. Until now, only 18 of these have been dated. In this paper we add dates to the remaining finds. The results demonstrate that the Danish custom of depositing clothed bodies in a bog is centred to the centuries immediately before and at the beginning of the Common Era. Most of these bodies are carefully placed in the bog - wrapped or dressed in various textile and/or skin garments.",
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