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Title: Fragmenting Times: interpreting a Bayesian chronology for the late Neolithic occupation of Çatalhöyük East, Turkey
Author(s): Marciniak, Arkadiusz
Barański, Marek Z
Bayliss, Alex
Czerniak, Lech
Goslar, Tomasz
Southon, John
Taylor, R E
Contact Email: alexandra.bayliss@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: Çatalhöyük
Late Neolithic
chronology
Bayesian statistics
pebble floors
burial chambers
households
Issue Date: 28-Feb-2015
Citation: Marciniak A, Barański MZ, Bayliss A, Czerniak L, Goslar T, Southon J & Taylor RE (2015) Fragmenting Times: interpreting a Bayesian chronology for the late Neolithic occupation of Çatalhöyük East, Turkey. Antiquity, 89 (343), pp. 154-176. https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2014.33.
Abstract: The repetitive and highly structured domestic architecture of Çatalhöyük is a distinctive feature of this important Neolithic settlement. At the very end of the sequence, however, excavations on the surface of the East Mound reveal changes in household construction and burial chambers. Bayesian analysis of 56 AMS radiocarbon dates from these layers allow the date and pace of these changes to be established in detail. Settlement activity on the East Mound ceased just after 6000 cal BC, and was followed by the cessation of Neolithic burial activity a few decades later.
DOI Link: 10.15184/aqy.2014.33
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