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Cymraeg

Analyses

This database is a resource and not a finished product; as such it is only as valuable as the uses that are made of it.

To provide some insights into its potential a few broad-brush analyses of the data are provided here:

Dates on human bone
Basic overview of the spread of dates derived from human bone, demonstrating the potential of the database's 'sample material' field.

Distribution of radiocarbon dates
Overview of the geographical distribution of dates across the study area, demonstrating the potential of the database's grid reference fields.

Number of dates relating to each century
Basic analysis of the spread of radiocarbon dates across time, demonstrating an application of the database's calibration fields.

Rate of growth in dates / publications
Study of the development of the radiocarbon corpus over time, demonstrating the potential of the database's bibliographic reference field.

Reconstruction of a substantial medieval settlement - Cefn Graeanog, Gwynedd

Cefn Graeanog, Gwynedd

Reconstruction of a substantial medieval settlement.

Over thirty radiocarbon dates have been published from this and adjacent sites.

Megalithic tomb overlying earlier occupation - Gwernvale, Powys

Gwernvale, Powys

Megalithic tomb overlying earlier occupation.

Four radiocarbon dates have been published from this site.

Bronze Age 'archer' burial - Breach Farm, Vale of Glamorgan

Breach Farm, Vale of Glamorgan

Bronze Age 'archer' burial.

Two radiocarbon dates have been published from this site.

Palaeoenvironmental sequence and Mesolithic hunting site - Waun Fignen Felen, Powys

Waun Fignen Felen, Powys

Palaeoenvironmental sequence and Mesolithic hunting site.

Ninety eight radiocarbon dates have been published from this site.