GIS-material for the archaeological project: An archaeological line project in western Östergötland, part 2

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst

Description:

The information in the abstract is translated from the archeological report:
The report is a supplementary part 2, which continues a series of reports of the archaeological investigations carried out in connection with the proposed double-track between Motala and Mjölby in western Östergötland. For the antiquarian and archaeological context and on the overall problem areas, see the report "An archaeological line project in western Östergötland" (see SND 2000). The newly made archaeological work included field assessment of Landstorp (agrarian remains, graves and an old road) and in Russingtorp (settlement from Early Neolithic and Early Bronze Age) and in Skänninge town (Middle Ages). In Lycketorp a trial excavation was made at a possible settlement site and of hollow ways.

Purpose:

The information in the purpose is translated from the archeological report:
The aim of the field evaluation was to assess the character, extent and scope of the settlement remains found, and to date these for an upcoming excavation. An additional objective was to determine whether unmarked or ploughed down graves

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Responsible department/unit:

Uppsala University

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst

Identifiers:

SND-ID: SND 2002

Description:

The information in the abstract is translated from the archeological report:
The report is a supplementary part 2, which continues a series of reports of the archaeological investigations carried out in connection with the proposed double-track between Motala and Mjölby in western Östergötland. For the antiquarian and archaeological context and on the overall problem areas, see the report "An archaeological line project in western Östergötland" (see SND 2000). The newly made archaeological work included field assessment of Landstorp (agrarian remains, graves and an old road) and in Russingtorp (settlement from Early Neolithic and Early Bronze Age) and in Skänninge town (Middle Ages). In Lycketorp a trial excavation was made at a possible settlement site and of hollow ways.

Purpose:

The information in the purpose is translated from the archeological report:
The aim of the field evaluation was to assess the character, extent and scope of the settlement remains found, and to date these for an upcoming excavation. An additional objective was to determine whether unmarked or ploughed down graves

... Show more..

Language:

Swedish

Time period(s) investigated:

New / Younger stone age — Bronze age

Geographic spread:

Geographic location: Sweden, Motala Municipality, Mjölby Municipality, Motala Parish, Västra Stenby Parish, Fivelstad Parish, Skänninge Parish, Mjölby Parish

Geographic description: Östergötland, Motala-Mjölby, Russingstorp omr 8

Lowest geographic unit:

Parish

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Version 1.1:

2014-04-01 doi:10.5878/001690

Version 1.0:

2012-09-12 doi:10.5878/001389

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An archaeological line project in western Östergötland

Suggested citation:

Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst. Uppsala University (2014). An archaeological line project in western Östergötland. Swedish National Data Service. Version 1.1. https://doi.org/10.5878/001690

Intrasisprojekt:

AO20004

Länsstyrelsens dnr för projektet:

220-3775-00

Producents dnr för projektet:

423-1891-2000

ProjektID:

p0500002

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst

Description:

The ZIP file consist of GIS files and an Access database with information about the excavations, findings and other metadata about the archaeological survey.

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Data format / data structure:

Geospatial

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Data collection:

Mode of collection: Field observation

Time period(s) for data collection: 2000

Data collector: Swedish National Heritage Board

Time period(s) investigated:

New / Younger stone age — Bronze age

Published: 2012-06-13
Last updated: 2016-10-05