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The error tube surrounding this curve was obtained from Bayesian modelling of the experimental errors, which can also take stratigraphic information into account.

The obtained SV reference curve for the past 2500 yr is similar to that from France, but also significant differences are seen.

This difference is likely to be due to a tilting of the lower furnace because of the sandy foundation.

Archaeointensities obtained from classical Thellier and multiple-specimen paleointensity domain-state corrected experiments are in good agreement between methods as well as between the furnaces.

The three kilns yielded very well defined ancient field directions but two possible dating solutions for each of them when no a priori time constraints are taken into account, due to field direction recurrence.

As an increase of the dating accuracy and reduction of the number of dating solutions can be expected using the full field vector information, also field intensity determinations on burnt clays from the kilns were attempted.

The German archaeomagnetic data set was supplemented with 35 new directions from German sites mainly dating from the past 3000 yr.

Together with archaeomagnetic data from the neighbouring countries of Germany a database of 166 reliable archaeomagnetic directions has been compiled for the reference area, which is defined by a 500-km-radius circle around Göttingen.

The German reference curve allows archaeomagnetic dating in the reference area and extends this dating technique to sites situated in middle Europe. They provide knowledge on the geomagnetic SV on regional as well as global scale for time intervals in the order of several 1000 yr.

The well dated and reliable archaeomagnetic full vector contributes to the archaeomagnetic database of Europe.

Archaeomagnetic in situ sampling of a baked, archaeological structure can provide an archaeomagnetic direction and intensity.

Reliable field intensities on “in situ” baked materials from kilns themselves can therefore only be obtained when measuring sufficient number of samples from different parts of the kiln, taking into account the spatial-temporal conditions during kiln operation and cooling history.

More reference intensity data is needed in our regions in order to improve dating based on directional reference data only.