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1000 years of Europeans in America

Mannheim researchers, as part of an international team, date the earliest activity of Europeans in the Americas for the first time.

Dr. Susanne Lindauer
Dr. Ronny Friedrich
CEZA

Annual growth rings Radiocarbon comparison

CEZA's radiocarbon laboratory has successfully participated in an international tree ring radiocarbon comparison.

Climate reconstruction of the 8.2k event

Climate reconstruction of the 8.2k event - a DFG project at CEZA in co-operation with national partners.

Dr. Ronny Friedrich
CEZA

Uncovering the cave bear fauna in the Alp

CEZA has contributed to a publication revealing the former cave bear fauna in the Alps with a radiocarbon analysis (14C).

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BMBF funding for innovative research with radiocarbon (¹⁴C)

CEZA received funding from the BMBF on the basis of the Research Grants Act for the project "Basic research into the carbon cycle and its influence on climate and archaeology".

Dr. Ronny Friedrich
CEZA

Micro-¹⁴C-dating at CEZA: A case study on the dating of ice aprons

CEZA has contributed to a case study with micro-14C dating (gas ion source) in which an ice apron was successfully dated.

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Dating of the Thera eruption: CEZA presents a new ¹⁴C finding

From the German oak tree-ring chronology, annually resolved tree-ring samples from the period 1625-1510 BC were analysed.

Dr. Ronny Friedrich
CEZA

Publication in “Nature Geoscience”

The CEZA took part in an international project to reconstruct the past climate during the cold periods. The CEZA contributed with a radiocarbon analysis (14C).

The GRAPHTEC project

Graphite-painted pottery of the Balkans from the Neolithic/Chalcolithic period: an archaeometric study of ceramic technology and innovation processes in prehistoric Europe.

CEZA

Even more than meat and milk

Bronze Age pastoralists in the North Caucasus utilised the rich food sources of the mountains and steppes.

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CEZA is a partner in the EU infrastructure project IPERION HS

On 1 April 2020, the EU infrastructure project IPERION HS (Integrating Platforms for the European Research Infrastructure ON Heritage Science, www.iperionhs.eu) began its work.

Archaeology meets school: the CARE project

CEZA as a cooperation partner of the CARE project: cultural heritage, archaeological research, restoration and education.