GIS-material for the archaeological project: Living and burying

Creator/Principal investigator(s)

Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst

Description

The information in the abstract is translated from the archaeological report:
During the spring, summer and fall of 2002, the Swedish National Heritage Board's Contract Archeology Service, UV Öst, carried out several desk-based and field assessments within the area of Linköping airport, due to supplementary ground work.Two main research themes were formulated; Burial and tradition during the Iron Age, and Stone Age settlement by the coast. The project also focused on the formation of villages during the Middle Ages, with a starting point in the medieval estate of Bökestad and the lost Bo manor. The overall survey and investigation area covered 174 400 m2. A total of 26 features and four finds were registered. No traces of prehistoric or medieval settlement were found. A burial ground was discovered by RAÄ 267, Bo manor. The burial ground will be excavated.

Purpose:

The information in the purpose is translated from the archaeological report:
The purpose of the field survey was to suggest further archaeological investigations, based on the results of the survey, to the authorities handling the

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Map

Responsible department/unit

Uppsala University

Creator/Principal investigator(s)

Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst

Identifiers

SND-ID: SND 2023

Alternative title

Saab-projektet

Description

The information in the abstract is translated from the archaeological report:
During the spring, summer and fall of 2002, the Swedish National Heritage Board's Contract Archeology Service, UV Öst, carried out several desk-based and field assessments within the area of Linköping airport, due to supplementary ground work.Two main research themes were formulated; Burial and tradition during the Iron Age, and Stone Age settlement by the coast. The project also focused on the formation of villages during the Middle Ages, with a starting point in the medieval estate of Bökestad and the lost Bo manor. The overall survey and investigation area covered 174 400 m2. A total of 26 features and four finds were registered. No traces of prehistoric or medieval settlement were found. A burial ground was discovered by RAÄ 267, Bo manor. The burial ground will be excavated.

Purpose:

The information in the purpose is translated from the archaeological report:
The purpose of the field survey was to suggest further archaeological investigations, based on the results of the survey, to the authorities handling the

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Language

Swedish

Time period(s) investigated

Iron age

Geographic spread

Geographic location: Sweden, Linköping Municipality, Landeryd Parish, Vårdsberg Parish

Geographic description: Östergötland, Landeryd, Vårdsberg, Tannefors 1:107

Lowest geographic unit

Parish

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The SAAB project

Suggested citation

Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst. Uppsala University (2014). <em>The SAAB project</em>. Swedish National Data Service. Version 1.1. <a href="https://doi.org/10.5878/001707">https://doi.org/10.5878/001707</a>

Intrasisprojekt

AO200210

Länsstyrelsens dnr för projektet

431-4375-02

Producents dnr för projektet

421-1018-2002

ProjektID

p502003

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

Type of archaeological remains

Data collection

Mode of collection: Field observation

Time period(s) for data collection: 2002

Data collector: Swedish National Heritage Board, UV Öst

Time period(s) investigated

Iron age

Published: 2012-11-21
Last updated: 2016-10-06