Dating in Archaeology: Introduction to geochronology and Bayesian age modelling.
Dating is a key part of archaeology, because of the common need for objects and events of interest to be dated, so that they can be arranged in the correct temporal sequence. But how confident are you in understanding and interpreting chronological data? This short course will introduce participants to the basics of geochronology with the focus on three key methods: palaeomagnetism, radiocarbon and optical dating. Participants will learn the basics of each method as well as their relative strengths and weaknesses.
Dating in Archaeology: Introduction to geochronology and Bayesian age modelling, 20th to 23rd February 2023 at ICArEHB (Faro, Portugal)
More info: https://www.icarehb.com/icarhub/tifa/dating/