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Scientific Dating in Archaeology (Paperback)

P&S History > Archaeology > Archaeological Method & Theory P&S History > Archaeology > Environmental Archaeology & Geoarchaeology

By Seren Griffiths
Imprint: Oxbow Books
Series: Studying Scientific Archaeology
Pages: 256
Illustrations: B/W
ISBN: 9781789255621
Published: 15th October 2022
Casemate UK Academic

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A variety of techniques have been developed to provide scientific chronologies of archaeological sites and material culture. These chronologies underpin the narratives that are generated for prehistoric and other periods. The application of Bayesian statistical analysis to scientific chronologies has been hailed as ‘a revolution in understanding’, and has brought renewed emphasis onto how we generate scientific chronological data, how these data are applied into wider narratives, and the epistemological importance of these data. This volume will provide a timely review of the methods, applications and challenges of applying different scientific dating techniques to archaeological sites and material culture. It will then provide an introduction to Bayesian modelling, and highlight a series of considerations in the application of scientific dating techniques.

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About Seren Griffiths

Seren is a Senior Lecturer in Public Archaeology and Archaeological Science at Manchester Metropolitan University. She is the PI on the AHRC-funded project TIME. She has period specialisms in European prehistory, with methodological specialisms in archaeological science and the history of archaeological thought. She is a 2020–2021 BBC/AHRC New Generation Thinker. She sits on the Highways England Scientific Committee

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