Colin renfrew radiocarbon dating
Neolithic mitochondrial haplogroup H genomes and the genetic origins of Europeans. (Mc Donald Institute Monograph Series.) Cambridge: Mc Donald Institute for Archaeological Research. G., Hobbs A., Soodyall H., Javed A., Parida L., Platt D.
Andrew Colin Renfrew, Lord Renfrew of Kaimsthorn, is one of the most eminent personalities in the world of archaeology today.
He is among the promoters of outstanding innovations in processual archaeology, author of a series of brilliant works on central themes in European and world prehistory that are marked by great interpretative acumen and have had a revolutionary impact.
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Dendrochronology is vastly more interesting, and Renfrew does examine it briefly.