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Dating and the reconstruction of the sedimentary environment and occupational history of Saltés (Atlantic coast, Southern Spain)
van Strydonck, M.; Ervynck, A.; Baeteman, C.; Lentacker, A. (2000). Dating and the reconstruction of the sedimentary environment and occupational history of Saltés (Atlantic coast, Southern Spain). Env. Archaeol. 5: 63-71
In: Environmental Archaeology: The Journal of Human Palaeoecology. Maney Publishing: Oxford. ISSN 1461-4103, more
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Keywords
    Coastal zone; Radiocarbon dating; Shellfish; ANE, Spain [Marine Regions]; Marine

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  • van Strydonck, M.
  • Ervynck, A., more
  • Baeteman, C., more
  • Lentacker, A., more

Abstract
    The taphonomy and chronological context of shell deposits excavated at the location of the deserted late medieval harbour town of Saltés (Atlantic Coast, Spain) were investigated. An interpretation of the depositional history of the deposits was made on the basis of radiocarbon dating and points to a multiple origin of the assemblages. Although the shell deposits are much older than the medieval site, the investigation showed that they still had an anthropogenic origin.

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