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Luminescence dating is used to identify when a sample was last exposed to daylight or extreme heat by estimating the amount of ionising radiation absorbed since burial or firing.
The luminescence dating of ceramic materials, including pottery and bricks, is an experimental technique for determining the time elapsed in years since the ceramic material was produced by firing. The luminescence techniques for dating ceramic artifacts have been described in detail by Aitken Guidelines produced by English Heritage Duller provide a concise overview of applying the method. Although the dating of sedimentary deposits currently forms the main focus of application, the dating of ceramics is discussed in a number of review papers Liritzis et al.
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