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Modelling the earliest north-western dispersal of Mediterranean Impressed Wares : new dates and Bayesian chronological model.

Binder, Didier and Lanos, Philippe and Angeli, Lucia and Gomart, Louise and Guilaine, Jean and Manen, Claire and Maggi, Roberto and Muntoni, Italo M. and Panelli, Chiara and Radi, Giovanna and Tozzi, Carlo and Arobba, Daniele and Battentier, Janet and Brandaglia, Mario and Bouby, Laurent and Briois, François and Carré, Alain and Delhon, Claire and Gourichon, Lionel and Marinval, Philippe and Nisbet, Renato and Rossi, Stefano and Rowley-Conwy, Peter and Thiébault, Stéphanie (2018) 'Modelling the earliest north-western dispersal of Mediterranean Impressed Wares : new dates and Bayesian chronological model.', Documenta praehistorica., 44 . pp. 54-77.

Abstract

The authors attempt to specify the diffusion pattern of the Impressed-Ware Neolithic (Im­presso-cardial complex, ICC), from south-eastern Italy onto the French Mediterranean coasts. Using ChronoModel® software, a Bayesian model was built with sets of dates obtained on well-contextualised, short-lived samples. The results highlight a clear tightening of the chronology in the so-called nuclear area (Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria) and a pioneer dispersal at record speed in the Tyrrhe­nian Basin. Moreover, they question the origins and initial developments of the Impressed-Wares techno-complex.

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Publisher Web site:https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.44.4
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