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C14 Radiocarbon Dating - Index - Balbridie

Scottish Radiocarbon Database

Lab Analysis ID Material Dated Uncalibrated date bp Uncalibrated date bc/ad Calibrated date
GU-1831 charcoal
(quercus spp)
5015 bp +/-125 3065 bc +/-125 4250 to 3500 cal BC
GU-1832 charcoal
(quercus spp)
4970 bp +/-60 3020 bc +/-60 3940 to 3640 cal BC
OxA-1767 charred grain
(avena spp)
4820 bp +/-80 2870 bc +/-80 3770 to 3370 cal BC
OxA-1768 charred grain
(flax)
4940 bp +/-70 2990 bc +/-70 3950 to 3630 cal BC
OxA-1769 charcoal
(crab apple)
5010 bp +/-90 3060 bc +/-90 3970 to 3640 cal BC
GU-1038i charcoal
(quercus spp)
5160 bp +/-100 3210 bc +/-100 4350 to 3650 cal BC
GU-1038ii charcoal
(quercus spp)
5020 bp +/-90 3070 bc +/-90 4250 to 3500 cal BC
GU-1828 charcoal
(quercus spp)
5030 bp +/-60 3080 bc +/-60 3970 to 3700 cal BC
GU-1829 charcoal
(quercus spp)
4785 bp +/-150 2835 bc +/-150 3950 to 3100 cal BC
GU-1830 charcoal
(quercus spp)
4970 bp +/-75 3020 bc +/-75 3950 to 3640 cal BC
GU-1421 charred grain
(emmer)
4745 bp +/-160 2795 bc +/-160 4000 to 2900 cal BC
GU-1035 charcoal
(quercus spp)
4840 bp +/-165 2890 bc +/-165 4300 to 2900 cal BC
GU-1036 charcoal
(quercus spp)
4740 bp +/-135 2790 bc +/-135 4000 to 2900 cal BC
GU-1037 charcoal
(quercus spp)
4930 bp +/-80 2980 bc +/-80 4000 to 3350 cal BC