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Archaeological excavations at Qorlortorsuaq, 2006

Ragnar Edvardsson

Archaeological excavations at Qorlortorsuaq, 2006

field report

by Ragnar Edvardsson

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Published by Náttúrustofa Vestfjarða in Bolungarvík .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Ragnar Edvardsson ; with contributions by Thomas H. McGovern ... [et al.].
    ContributionsNunatta Katersugaasivia Allagaateqarfialu
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG765.Q38 A73 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination109 p. :
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25148555M
    LC Control Number2010517553


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Archaeological excavations at Qorlortorsuaq, 2006 by Ragnar Edvardsson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Archaeological Excavations at Qorlortorsuaq Field Report Edited by Ragnar Edvardsson With contributions by Thomas H. McGovern, Caroline Paulsen, Konrad Smiarowsky and Albína Pálsdóttir.

A project for: Grønlands Nationalmuseum & Arkiv/ Nunatta Katersugaasivia Allagaatequarfialu Febrúar NV nr. Archaeological Excavations at Qorlortorsuaq Grønlands Nationalmuseum & Arkiv/ Nunatta Katersugaasivia Allagaatequarfialu, Rannsókn nokkurra forndysa, ofl Árbók hins íslenska Author: Ragnar Edvardsson.

Climate-Related Farm-to-Shieling Transition at E74 Qorlortorsuaq in Norse Greenland. “Archaeological Excavations at Qorlortorsuaq —Field Report.” Author: Konrad Smiarowski. Ragnar Edvardsson has written: 'Archaeological excavations at Qorlortorsuaq, ' -- subject(s): Excavations (Archaeology), Antiquities Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the.

History. Brattahlíð is located by Tunulliarfik Fjord (Skovfjorden in Danish), and it was the site of Erik the Red's estate in the times of the Norse Eastern Settlement (Austerbygda in Danish). Ruins of several of the buildings, including living quarters, outhouses, and a church, are still clearly visible.

The current village was founded as Greenland's first sheep farm in and is located Constituent country: Greenland. Archaeologist excavations are important in finding information about ancient civilizations. Sisimiut, formerly known by its colonial name Holsteinsborg, is the capital and largest city of the Qeqqata municipality, and the second-largest city in Greenland, and the largest arctic city in North America.

It is located in central-western Greenland, on the coast of Davis Strait, approximately km ( mi) north of Nuuk. Although now the name of the city, Sisimiut literally means "the. Introduction. The New Human Condition addressed in this special issue recasts Hannah Arendt's landmark concept in the light of the Anthropocene (Crutzen and Stoermer, ).What gave Arendt's conception of the human condition (Arendt, ) such convincing force in the mid-twentieth century was a recognition that modernity had made possible ever-greater scales of human loss, such as global.

REFERENCES Smiarowski, K. () ‘Climate related farm-to-shieling transition at E74 Qorlortorsuaq in Norse Greenland’, in Harrison, R. and Maher, R. (eds.) Human Ecodynamics in the North. Vatnahverfi est localisé sur la côte sud-ouest du Groenland et peut être considéré comme une péninsule se développant entre la mer du Labrador, dans sa partie ouest, jusqu'au glacier de Jespersens, glacier qui se trouve à plusieurs dizaines de kilomètres à l'intérieur des terres [1], [2].Le site s'inscrit dans la partie centrale de l'Établissement de l'Est [2], [Note 1].