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Durham University

Department of Archaeology

All Research Projects

Mr Jeremy Disley

Research Topic

Applications of Bayesian Statistics to Luminescence Dating

Abstract

The objective of my PhD project is to apply Bayesian statistics to luminescence dating to enable a combined analysis of conventional archaeological dates with luminescence dates produced for a sequence of samples. The dating contexts examined will include certain classes of artefact (e.g. pottery, brick, and burnt flint) and burial media (e.g. sediment).

Research Projects

  • Luminescence Dating Techniques

Scottish Soldiers Project

Cooperating with the Palace Museum in China