We investigated chronological questions of five Late Neolithic settlements in the Hungarian Tisza-Maros
region. Fifty new radiocarbon dates provide an internal chronology for the developmental phases of the tell settlements,
and place them into the wider framework of the southeastern European Neolithic. An example is presented of how a unique
type of stratigraphic excavation helps the interpretation of radiocarbon data, which are in contradiction with the stratigraphic position of the samples.
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