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This table displays the C14-dates and related bibliographical references sorted by site.
The dates from each site are sorted according to settlement phases, and within each settlement
phase in ascending age. Searches can be made for site-names (ascii- or uft8-code,
e.g. Nevali Cori - Nevalı Çori), Lab-numbers, ranges of time, countries,
regions or cultural taxa/industries.
Each C14-date is linked to a site and has been attributed to a settlement phase of the
respective site where possible. When known, the specific context of a C14-date is recorded
in the field "layer/locus". N.B. In some cases, i.e. where the original phasing has been
simplified, the content of the fields "settlement-phase" and "layer/locus"
may not always correlate.
Remarks and discrepancies are noted in the respective fields. Those dates with discrepancies,
i.e. from questionable contexts, having too large standard-deviations or displaying clearly
aberrant results, have been marked with a red dot. This does not necessarily mark a date
as useless - it merely points to dates requiring specific evaluation and
C14-date with high precision, standard deviation ≤ 0,7%
C14-date with standard deviation < 1,4%
C14-date with standard deviation ≥ 1,4% or from doubtful context
C14-date without rating