GIS-material for the archaeological project: Burial and settlement area in Hästholmen

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Östergötland County Museum, Archaeology department

Description:

The information in the abstract is translated from the archaeological report:
By request of Ödeshög municipality, the County Museum of Östergötland performed a field evaluation of the property Hästholmen 7:1, during August and September 2009. The evaluation took place within the burial and settlement area RAÄ 236. Approx. 270 features were discovered, consisting of graves, cultural layers and settlement features, of which five cremation graves, one inhumation grave and approx. 70 settlement features were excavated. Finds of pottery and iron and stone objects and were collected. There are two chronological phases, with the settlement remains dating to the Early bronze Age, and the graves dating to the Early Iron Age and the transition between the Pre-Roman and the Roman Iron Age.

Purpose:

The information in the purpose is translated from the archaeological report:
The purpose of the field evaluation was to describe the character, dating and extent of the archaeological remains, and to investigate the connection to other known ancient monuments in the vicinity. The result will be used as a bas

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Responsible department/unit:

Uppsala University, Archaeology department

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Östergötland County Museum, Archaeology department

Identifiers:

SND-ID: SND 2027

Description:

The information in the abstract is translated from the archaeological report:
By request of Ödeshög municipality, the County Museum of Östergötland performed a field evaluation of the property Hästholmen 7:1, during August and September 2009. The evaluation took place within the burial and settlement area RAÄ 236. Approx. 270 features were discovered, consisting of graves, cultural layers and settlement features, of which five cremation graves, one inhumation grave and approx. 70 settlement features were excavated. Finds of pottery and iron and stone objects and were collected. There are two chronological phases, with the settlement remains dating to the Early bronze Age, and the graves dating to the Early Iron Age and the transition between the Pre-Roman and the Roman Iron Age.

Purpose:

The information in the purpose is translated from the archaeological report:
The purpose of the field evaluation was to describe the character, dating and extent of the archaeological remains, and to investigate the connection to other known ancient monuments in the vicinity. The result will be used as a bas

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Language:

Swedish

Time period(s) investigated:

Early iron age

Early bronze age

Geographic spread:

Geographic location: Sweden, Ödeshög Municipality, Västra Tollstad Parish

Geographic description: Östergötland, Västra Tollstad, Hästholmen 7:1

Lowest geographic unit:

Parish

Subject area:

Available documentation:

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Version 1.1:

2014-04-08 doi:10.5878/001714

Version 1.0:

2012-09-26 doi:10.5878/001411

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Hästholmen

Suggested citation:

Östergötland County Museum, Archaeology department. Uppsala University, Archaeology department (2014). Hästholmen. Swedish National Data Service. Version 1.1. https://doi.org/10.5878/001714

Intrasisprojekt:

OLM2009007

Länsstyrelsens dnr för projektet:

431-4414-09

Producents dnr för projektet:

180/09

ProjektID:

p509013

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Östergötland County Museum, Archaeology department

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: 2009-08

Data collector: Östergötland County Museum, Archaeology department

Time period(s) investigated:

Early iron age

Early bronze age

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