Radiometric Dating of the Crvena Stijena Sequence

Norbert Mercier, William J. Rink, Kathleen Rodriguez, Mike W. Morley, Marc Vander Linden, Robert Whallon

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Abstract

Dating a sequence rich in anthropological remains is often a difficult task, even though in many cases a variety of potentially datable materials is
available. At Crvena Stijena, the numerous animal bones left by the inhabitants of the cave now offer the possibility to use the Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) technique for obtaining chronological data. The Middle Paleolithic occupants also left behind in the archaeological layers artifacts made of flint, some of which were heated when they came into contact with fires made by these occupants.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCrvena Stijena in cultural and ecological context
Subtitle of host publicationMultidisciplinary archaeological research in Montenegro
EditorsRobert Whallon
Place of PublicationMontenegro
PublisherPodgorica : Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts : National Museum of Montenegro, 2017
Chapter9
Pages140–149
Number of pages9
Volume18
ISBN (Print)9788672154139, 9788685567834
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2018

Publication series

NameSection of Humanities
NameSpecial Editions
PublisherMontenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts (Crnogorska akademija nauka i umjetnosti)
Volume 138

Keywords

  • Crvena Stijena
  • archaeological research
  • Montenegro
  • Radiometric dating

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