Source/Archive record (Article in Serial) SLI13419 - 'Uses and recycling of brick in medieval and Tudor English buildings: insights from the application of luminescence dating and new avenues for further research' in The Archaeological Journal

Title 'Uses and recycling of brick in medieval and Tudor English buildings: insights from the application of luminescence dating and new avenues for further research' in The Archaeological Journal
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Date/Year 2010

Abstract/Summary

Four Lincolnshire buildings with a known date of construction were used as dating controls in a project by Durham University to evaluate the accuracy of optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dating of brick.

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I. K. Bayliff, S. Blain, C. P. Graves, T. Gurling and S. Semple, 'Uses and recycling of brick in medieval and Tudor English buildings: insights from the application of luminescence dating and new avenues for further research', The Archaeological Journal, 167 (2010), pp.165-96.

Location

HER Offprints - Box 1

Referenced Monuments (4)

  • Ayscoughfee Hall, Spalding (Building)
  • Doddington Hall (Building)
  • St Mary's Guildhall, Boston (Building)
  • Tattershall Castle (Monument)

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Nov 19 2020 1:21PM

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