E172 Tatsip Ataa Midden Excavation 2009 & 2010 Preliminary Excavation Report
Part of the North Atlantic Biocultural Organization (NABO) project
Author(s): Konrad Smiarowski
July and August 2009 and June and July 2010 were the fifth and sixth seasons of the collaborative Norse Settlement in the Vatnahverfi Region, South Greenland ca. AD 985 – 1450 Project. The Danish Middle Ages & Renaissance Department at The Danish National Museum and the Greenland National Museum and 2
Archives (NKA) collaborated with the Northern Science and Education Center at City University of New York (NORSEC/CUNY) to complete an interdisciplinary archaeological project in Southwestern Greenland, in the Qaqortoq Municipality.
The project, Resources, Mobility and Cultural Identity in Norse Greenland AD 980-1450 is a part of a larger NABO (North Atlantic Biocultural Organization) and IPY (International Polar Year) program Human Ecodynamics in the North Atlantic Initiative, which works to coordinate international interdisciplinary projects in the Shetlands, Faroes, Iceland, and Greenland (see www.nabohome.org).
Cite this Record
E172 Tatsip Ataa Midden Excavation 2009 & 2010 Preliminary Excavation Report. Konrad Smiarowski. 2012 ( tDAR id: 397317) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8PZ59XK
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min long: -48.56; min lat: 59.852 ; max long: -43.55; max lat: 61.738 ;
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