New research results regarding the Early Bronze Age chronology published

In the framework of an inter-disciplinary collaboration between the Heidelberg Academy of Science, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, the Curt-Engelhorn-Center for Archaeometry gGmbH and the University of Heidelberg, researchers have rewritten conventional knowledge about the Early Bronze Age in Central Europe. Based on 150 radiocarbon analyses, this large scale project sheds new light on the relative and absolute chronology of the Early Bronze Age and reveals new insights into the history of the Nebra Sky Disc.

The publication can be found here

and the press release here.