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Dendrochronology, 14C and architectural features at the Early Neolithic site of La Draga (Banyoles, Spain)

AuthorsPiqué, Raquel ; Gassmann, Patrick; López-Bultó, Oriol; Bodganovic, Igor; Palomo, Antoni; Tarrús, Josep; Terradas-Batlle, Xavier
Site of La Draga (Banyoles, Spain)
Early Neolithic
C14 dating
Stratigraphy dates
Radiocarbon dates
Issue Date2019
PublisherEuropean Association of Archaeologists
Citation25th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists. Beyond paradigms : 446 (2019)
AbstractThe early Neolithic site of La Draga (Banyoles, Spain) is the only lake dwelling of Iberian Peninsula. The site is located at the shore of Lake Banyoles (Northeast of Iberia) and has provided evidence of two occupation phases. The oldest phase has been preserved in waterlogged conditions and has provided an important assemblage of wooden remains, among them more than one thousand piles and other architectonical elements, while the second phase is characterized by stone pavements constructed of travertine and the absence of wooden remains. According the c14 dating La Draga was occupied uninterruptedly between 5361-5223 and 5000-4796 cal BC. In this paper are presented the results of the dendrochronological analysis of the piles and their relation with the phases of occupation identified according to the stratigraphy and radiocarbon dates. In addition, it is also discussed the contribution of the dendrochronology for the characterization of the architecture of La Draga.
Description25th EAA Annual Meeting (Bern, 2019) - Abstract Book. ISBN: 978-80-907270-6-9. European Association of Archaeologists, 2019
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