Towards timing and stratigraphy of the Bronze Age burial mound royal tomb (Königsgrab) of Seddin (Brandenburg, northeastern Germany)

@article{Nykamp2021TowardsTA,
  title={Towards timing and stratigraphy of the Bronze Age burial mound royal tomb (K{\"o}nigsgrab) of Seddin (Brandenburg, northeastern Germany)},
  author={Moritz Nykamp and Jacob Hardt and Philipp Hoelzmann and Jens May and Tony Reimann},
  journal={EG Quaternary Science Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={70},
  pages={1-17}
}
Abstract. This study uses an integrated multi-method geoarcheological and geochronological approach to contribute to the understanding of the timing and stratigraphy of the monumental burial mound royal tomb (Konigsgrab) of Seddin. We show that the hitherto established radiocarbon-based terminus post quem time frame for the construction of the burial mound of 910–800 BCE is supported by optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating. The radiocarbon samples were obtained from a substrate… 

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