The absolute chronology of Late Tripolye sites: a regional approach
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While numerous studies have attempted to reconcile the relative sequence of Late Tripolye sites with 14C data, results have generally conformed to the general, monolithic periodization of the Cucuteni-Tripolye cultural complex. When viewed as a multi-linear process occurring on the level of numerous interrelated regions, the development of local groups assigned to the periods CI, CI-II and CII can be shown to have a high degree of spatiotemporal variability and overlap. In this article we explore the synchronicity of interactions between groups assigned to different typo-chronological periods and propose a revised hybrid chronology for Late Tripolye development that considers both relative and absolute chronological indicators.
- Institute of Archaeology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Gieroiv Stalingradu 12, Kyiv-210, Ukraine, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Human Paleoecology and Isotope Geochemistry Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University, 403 Carpenter Building, University Park, PA 16802, USA, email@example.com
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