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In this study, we discuss the results from different luminescence dating methods applied to four samples of Pleistocene slack-water sediments from the Frasassi hypogenic cave system, in the northeastern Apennines of Italy. Two samples came from a well-sorted, fine sand deposit in the Grotta Grande del Vento cave (SDS site), while two others were taken from a borehole through a clayey deposit in the adjacent Caverna del Carbone cave (CDC site). Both sites are located at an elevation of ~235 m above sea level (asl), which corresponds to ~30 m above the thalweg of the Sentino River flowing through...

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