Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section 1

Stuart Foreman, 2004 (updated 2009)

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Dating - Scheme Wide Research Report

Summary

As a result of numerous excavations along the line of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link radiocarbon dating was undertaken on 16 sites and 149 radiocarbon results were acquired. These range from the Late Glacial to medieval periods. A specific set of research questions was set, and largely answered, by these results, but when combined as a single dataset they provide the opportunity to review both the absolute dating evidence for various episodes and types of activity along the CTRL route, and the internal chronology of those activities and associated assemblages.

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