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SANGRO VALLEY PROJECT: REPORT ON THE 2015 EXCAVATIONS AT ACQUACHIARA AND SAN GIOVANNI DI TORNARECCIO (COMUNE DI TORNARECCIO, PROVINCIA DI CHIETI, REGIONE ABRUZZO)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 September 2016

Susan Kane
Affiliation:
Department of Art, Oberlin College. susan.kane@oberlin.edu
Alexis Christensen
Affiliation:
Department of Languages and Literature, University of Utah. alexis.christensen@utah.edu
China Shelton
Affiliation:
The American Center of Oriental Research, Boston. china.p.shelton@gmail.com
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Archaeological Fieldwork Reports
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Copyright © British School at Rome 2016 

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1 Illustrated preliminary reports from all seasons may be found at www.sangro.org.

2 Dating of the site from the late seventh through the fifth centuries bc is based on a consistent set of carbon samples from the 2005–7, 2014 and 2015 excavations.

Sample from ACQ T11030 — Conventional Radiocarbon Age: 2400±30 BP

2 SIGMA CALIBRATION: Cal BC 730 to 690 (Cal BP 2680 to 2640) and Cal BC 660 to 650 (Cal BP 2610 to 2600) and Cal BC 540 to 400 (Cal BP 2490 to 2350)

Sample from ACQ T11065 — Conventional Radiocarbon Age: 2490±30 BP

2 SIGMA CALIBRATION: Cal BC 780 to 510 (Cal BP 2730 to 2460).

3 C. Shelton, Food, Economy and Identity in the Sangro River Valley, Abruzzo, Italy, 650 bcad 150 (Ph.D. thesis, Boston University, 2009): 269–70 and 279–83.

4 Sample from SG T11003 — Conventional Radiocarbon Age: 3430 ± 30 BP

2 SIGMA CALIBRATION: Cal BC 1870 to 1845 (Cal BP 3820 to 3795) and Cal BC 1810 to 1800 (Cal BP 3760 to 3750) and Cal BC 1775 to 1660 (Cal BP 3725 to 3610)

Sample from SG T10059 — Conventional Radiocarbon Age: 3480 ± 30 BP

2 SIGMA CALIBRATION: Cal BC 1885 to 1735 (Cal BP 3835 to 3685) and Cal BC 1715 to 1695 (Cal BP 3665 to 3645)

Sample from SG T11045 — Conventional Radiocarbon Age: 3400 ± 30 BP

2 SIGMA CALIBRATION: Cal BC 1750 to 1625 (Cal BP 3700 to 3575).