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The excavation of a series of wooden structures, built to reclaim land on Venice's northwestern edge, provided an opportunity, using Bayesian chronological modeling, to combine precise dendrochronological and radiocarbon dating results with floating tree-ring chronologies, artifactual dating and stratigraphic evidence. Our model indicates that the first structure was built in the early AD 1340s, the second in the early AD 1370s, and the reclaimed area was extended again within about a decade ofdoi:10.4081/arc.2014.5263 fatcat:htfb3yrsdrdzflcrcdscbsnmky