Timeline of dendrochronology timestamp events


A Timeline of dendrochronology timestamped events.

Timelines


Timeline from all sub-regions

11850 BP
9850 BCE
~11570 BP
~9570 BCE
~9550 BP
5690 BCE
  • Neolithic Lake Bracciano lakeside settlement–(oak pilings in anoxic lakebottom sediments)
3807 BCE, 3806 BCE
  • The Sweet Track, ancient timber roadway of England (oldest engineered road yet discovered)
3374 BCE
2049 BCE
2300 to 1950 BCE, 1950 to 1700 BCE
c. 1300 BCE
148 BCE, 147 BCE
  • Corlea Trackway, Republic of Ireland; used for industrial harvesting of peat for energy generation
95 BCE
0
  • Timestamp of BCE, or BP to positive years, CE
290
begins 535, multiple years
619
737 to 968
  • 3 phases of construction between 737 and 968, Danevirke peninsular fortification-(east-west)
753
  • Staraya Ladoga, the prosperous trading village in Finland at the start of the Age of the Vikings
890
932 to 966
963
980, 981
988-1030
(999-1036+)
(1036 dated)
~1042 and 11th century
  • See Skuldelev ships; Skuldelev 2 dated to 1042, found at Skuldelev, 20 km north of Roskilde, Denmark, built of oak from near Dublin
1088 to 1100
1175
1190
  • first dating of wood from the megastructure cliff-dwelling, Cliff Palace; 1190 to various dates; major construction, first 20 years
1280s-1350
ending at 1291
1341 to 1352
1346
starting at: 1347
  • Black Death migration; first shipwrecks etc.-(total crew death), with start of disease; a major hiatus begins of construction in cities–(a gap in the tree-ring dated wood pieces)
1391, 1392
1434
1450 to 1540
1465, 1466
1535
~1600, =400 BP
1636
  • (dated 1636 wooden frame of copy): a copy of the original: The Sun Dog Painting by Urban målare-(Malare the Painter); the sun dogs in the paintings are from the oldest views of the city of Stockholm, Sweden; the Sun Dog atmospheric events of 20 April 1535
1643
1645 to 1715
1699
1722 to 1749
1733 to 1751
19 May 1780
1790 to 1820
1828

Cliff-dwellings, etc, the Americas

1088 to 1100
1190
  • first dating of wood from the megastructure cliff-dwelling, Cliff Palace; 1190 to various dates; major construction, first 20 years
1280s-1350
1722 to 1749
1733 to 1751

References


  1. Hughen, Konrad A.; et al. (2000). "Synchronous Radiocarbon and Climate Shifts During the Last Deglaciation". Science. 290 (5498): 1951–1954. doi:10.1126/science.290.5498.1951. PMID 11110659.
  2. Lynn, Chris (2003). Navan Fort: Archaeology and Myth. Spain: Wordwell Books. ISBN 1-869857-67-4.
  3. The second circular fort "Trelleborg" found in Sweden Archived 16 June 2004 at the Wayback Machine