Two patterns of drainage are evident, with an early dendritic pattern overlain by a pattern of southward-flowing streams (lidar data courtesy of Environment Agency; processed imagery by Archaeological Project Services)Mesolithic human female femur stratified in palaeochannel deposits near Staythorpe, Nottinghamshire.Stable isotope analysis indicates a reliance upon animal protein and a wholly terrestrial range for the last ten years of life (© University of Sheffield)Palaeochannels often yield rich assemblages of waterlogged organic remains.Introduction How to contribute Palaeolithic Mesolithic Neolithic and Early to Middle Bronze Age Later Bronze Age and Iron Age Roman Period Anglo-Saxon Period Medieval Period Post-Medieval Period Modern Period Environmental synthesis Introduction How to contribute Building the research foundations Palaeolithic Mesolithic Neolithic and Early to Middle Bronze Age Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Romano-British Early Medieval High Medieval Post-Medieval Modern Adequate foundations need to be laid in order that the recommended research strategies can be implemented.The following recommendations have emerged from discussions with stakeholders and are regarded as essential prerequisites for the successful application of the research strategies discussed on the following pages.Enhancing data quality Thin section of Bronze Age sherd from Eye Kettleby, Leicestershire, showing rock inclusion derived from the Mountsorrel granodiorite outcrop of Charnwood Forest (reproduced by permission of John Carney)Market Deeping, Lincolnshire: lidar image showing the location of formerly peat-covered barrows (1-7) in relation to former watercourses running off the Fen edge (top; lidar data courtesy of Environment Agency; processed imagery by Archaeological Project Services)One of many key East Midlands reports archived by the ADS (web image from the `Nene Valley: Archaeological and Environmental Synthesis` archive page: © Northamptonshire Archaeology; of the rock-cut ditch flanking the rampart of Fin Cop Iron Age hillfort, Derbyshire (funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and conducted by Archaeological Research Services in partnership with Longstone Local History Group; © Archaeological Research Services Ltd)Analyses of plant, insect and faunal remains from this Late Bronze Age brushwood layer and from underlying sediments have shed important light upon site formation processes and the changing prehistoric landscape (Allen, C 2007 `Exchange and Ritual at the Riverside: Late Bronze Age Life in the Lower Witham Valley at Washingborough, Lincolnshire`, Plate 3.1.Lincoln: Pre-Construct Archaeology; reproduced by permission of Colin Palmer-Brown)Lidar image showing roddons of former salt-marsh creeks in East Fen, north of Boston, Lincolnshire.This carbon-14 is radioactive and decays with a half-life of 5730 years.
Teeth from individuals with dates of birth ranging from 1936 through 1994 (aged 13–70 years) were analyzed, and where the date of birth was known, yielded a 14C-based Aspartic acid racemization also showed a good precision with an overall absolute error of 5.4 ± 4.2 years.
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This channel near Market Deeping, Lincolnshire, yielded rich deposits of wood, animal bone, mollusc shells and plant and insect remains in association with Iron Age pottery, briquetage and other artefacts (Lane and Trimble 2010, pl.
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