Department of Archaeology and Ancient History

Daniel Löwenborg

Researcher in archaeology, specifically landscape archaeology and GIS, focusing on Iron Age social development in central Sweden. I am interested in methodology and theory regarding the use of geographical information technology in combination with access to large amounts of digital archaeological data and the use of quantitative methods in archaeology.

Further information in Swedish only.

  • Börjesson, Lisa; Dell'Unto, Nicolo; Huvila, Isto; Larsson, Carolina et al.

    A Neo-Documentalist Lens for Exploring the Premises of Disciplinary Knowledge Making

    Part of Proceedings from the Document Academy, p. 1-23, 2016.

  • von Hackwitz, Kim; Löwenborg, Daniel

    HERCULES - Sustainable futures for Europe’s HERitage in CULtural landscapES: Tools for understanding, managing, and protecting landscape functions and values: D2.3 Dynamic models for analyzing long-term landscape change


  • Gärdebo, Johan; Löwenborg, Daniel

    Smallholding Travel in the Agrarian Revolution: Using a Farmer Diary to Map Spatio-Temporal Patterns in Late Nineteenth Century Sweden

    Part of The international Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, p. 179-204, 2016.

  • Graham, Angus; Strutt, Kristian David; Toonen, Willem H. J.; Pennington, Benjamin Thomas et al.

    Theban Harbours and Waterscapes Survey, 2015

    Part of Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 2016.

  • Kolen, Jan; Crumley, Carole; Burgers, Gert Jan; von Hackwitz, Kim et al.

    HERCULES: Studying long-term changes in Europe’s landscapes

    Part of Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia, p. 209-220, 2015.

  • Strutt, Kristian D.; Graham, Angus; Toonen, Willem H. J.; Pennington, Benjamin Thomas et al.

    Manipulating Mud: (re-)constructing cosmogonical landscapes in the Nile Valley, Thebes, Egypt

    Part of Archaeologia Polonia, p. 514-517, 2015.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    Recuperating GIS data from excavations: On the use, or lack of use, of digital archaeological information

    Part of Perspectives to Archaeological Information in the Digital Society, p. 11-23, 2014.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    An Iron Age Shock Doctrine: Did the AD 536-7 event trigger large-scale social changes in the Mälaren valley area?

    Part of Journal of Archaeology and Ancient History (JAAH), 2012.

  • Ljungkvist, John; Frölund, Per; Göthberg, Hans; Löwenborg, Daniel et al.

    Gamla Uppsala: Structural development of a centre in Middle Sweden

    Part of Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt, p. 571-585, 2011.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    Digital Perceptions of the Landscape: A GIS based analysis of the location of burial grounds in Västmanland, Sweden

    Part of Acta Archaeologica, p. 124-137, 2010.

  • Geijersalen, Centre for the Humanities, English Park Campus, Uppsala 2010-01-29 13:15

    Löwenborg, Daniel

    Excavating the Digital Landscape: GIS analyses of social relations in central Sweden in the 1st millennium AD

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    Using Geographically Weighted Regression to Predict Site Representativity

    Part of Making History Interactive, p. 203-215, 2010.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    Landscapes of death: GIS modelling of a dated sequence of prehistoric cemeteries in Västmanland, Sweden

    Part of Antiquity, p. 1134-1143, 2009.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    Dynamiska kartor för landskapsforskning i informationsåldern: En GIS-baserad studie av Västmanlands järnålder

    Part of Kartan i forskningens tjänst, p. 145-157, 2008.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    Flexibility instead of standards?: How to make digital databases on cultural heritage useable to large audiences - a researchers perspective

    Part of Comminicating cultural heritage in the 21st century, p. 124-, 2007.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    Watersheds as a Method for Reconstructing Regions and Territories in GIS

    Part of Digital Discovery. Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage, p. 143-149, 2007.

  • Löwenborg, Daniel

    The Iron Age Shock Doctrine: What were the mechanisms behind the social changes in Scandinavia at the middle of the first millennium AD?