The Siglunes Archaeofauna, I. Report of the Viking Age and Medieval Faunal Remains.
Part of the North Atlantic Biocultural Organization (NABO) project
Author(s): Harrison Ramona
This report provides initial analysis of the Siglunes faunal collections rescued in 2011 and 2012.
Currently, there are limited data sets available, mainly a breakdown of the major taxa, and selected fish elements, all gadids or members of the codfish family, and a majority thereof cod (Gadus morhua). One context from Mound E, 187/184, has been analyzed in its entirety. Radiocarbon Analysis places this context into the 14th c. Analysis of the marine fish remains from this context’s provides a direct comparative to the one from Gásir in Eyjafjörður.
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The Siglunes Archaeofauna, I. Report of the Viking Age and Medieval Faunal Remains.. Harrison Ramona. 2014 ( tDAR id: 394737) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8JH3N99
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min long: -19.085; min lat: 65.72 ; max long: -18.009; max lat: 66.195 ;
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