Radiocarbon and archaeomagnetic dates from Konispol Cave, Albania
Albania, isolated from Europe for nearly half a century, was closed to absolute archaeological dating during that time. New dates from an unusual large cave-site in southern Albania go beyond the single first radiocarbon date published for the country in ANTIQUITY in 1991, and permit the establishment of a radiocarbon and archaeomagnetic sequence. © 1994, Antiquity Publications Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Petruso, K., Ellwood, B., & Harrold, F. (1994). Radiocarbon and archaeomagnetic dates from Konispol Cave, Albania. Antiquity, 68 (259), 335-339. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0003598X00046640