In Europe, it has been used frequently to reconstruct the chronological sequence of graves in a cemetery (e.g.
Jørgensen 1992; Two different variants of seriation have been applied: contextual seriation and frequency seriation (Renfrew and Bahn 1996, pp. Whereas contextual seriation is based on the presence or absence of a design style, frequency seriation relies on measuring the proportional abundance or frequency of a design style.
Contextual seriation is often used for reconstructing the chronological sequence of graves as only the presence or absence of a design style or type is important.
Frequency seriation is applied in case of large quantities of objects belonging to the same style.
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