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|Title:||Building the radiocarbon chronology for the archaeological site Ufa-II: is this the elusive "bashkort" of medieval sources?|
|Publisher:||University of Arizona Department of Geosciences|
|Citation:||Levchenko, V. A., & Sungatov, F. A. (2013). Building the radiocarbon chronology for the archaeological site Ufa-II: is this the elusive "bashkort" of medieval sources? Radiocarbon, 55(2-3), 1278-1285. doi:10.2458/azu_js_rc.55.16306|
|Abstract:||A suite of accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) radiocarbon dates for the Ufa-II archaeological site in Bashkortostan, Russia, is obtained for the first time. Dating was done on charcoal samples from a sequence of cultural deposits collected during the 2011 digging season. An age-depth chronology is established using the Bayesian deposition General Outlier P_Sequence model. The oldest age for the site at the horizon immediately over the sterile ground was cal AD 137-237 (68% probability), corresponding to the beginning of site occupation. The youngest C-14 date found was late 6th to early 7th century cal AD for the extensive planked boardwalks unearthed at the site. The C-14 dates are in good agreement with archaeological determinations based on discovered artifacts. © 2013, University of Arizona.|
|Gov't Doc #:||5332|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal Articles|
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