Mortar dating padova
Here first steps of an international network were taken, with many informal and fruitful discussions about the future of mortar dating.
The First International Mortardating workshopprogram. The lime burials of the Balearic Islands were in focus both in presentations, and in interesting excursions guided by specialists in the field.
Organizer was Mark Van Strydonck. In April one entire session was devoted to mortar dating at the 7 th International Symposium in Radiocarbon and Archaeology.
Future collaboration was also discussed, and also which international conferences to participate in during The main reason with this workshop was to discuss the inter-comparison between different methods of dating mortar, especially focusing on different preparation methods. This time a wider circle of mortars dating padova had gathered, notably also from Belgium, Italy, and Switzerland.
The workshop took place in Mallorca, September It was decided that we should all go as a group and aim at publishing our results jointly. It was also decided that mortar dating should be presented in a separate session at an international conference. Organizers were members of the Finnish team. Participating at the mortar dating discussions in Ghent: Anonymous samples of mortar were sent around to the 14C-AMS laboratories, to find out which method was best suited for what kind of mortar.
At an informal gathering during the symposium the future of the network was further discussed. A firmer network of international and interdisciplinary researchers was formed.