JAAH 2013 No. 6 von Hackwitz & Stenbäck

Kim von Hackwitz & Niklas Stenbäck,

Changing Landscapes – A GIS analysis of Neolithic site location and shore displacement in Eastern Central Sweden.

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Fig. 1 Right: The location of the research area in Sweden. Left: The Norslunda area used for
the NNH discussions marked in the larger research area.

Fig. 2 A reconstruction of the area surrounding the Norslunda site using the 5-metres method and GSD data. Above
left: During the MNA using 35 m.a.s.l. Above right: The Norslunda area during the MNB using 30 m.a.s.l. Below: The
Norslunda area during the LN using 25 m.a.s.l. Included on the maps are known contemporary sites from each time period (from Stenbäck & Vogel 2010:fig 46–48). Elevation data ©Lantmäteriet i2012/92.

Fig. 3 A reconstruction of the area surrounding the site Norslunda using the 5-metre method and NNH data to indicate different time periods. Norslunda is marked with the black point. A: The shoreline is equal to MNA using 35 m.a.s.l. B: The shoreline is equal to MNB using 30 m.a.s.l. C: The shoreline is equal to LN using 25 m.a.s.l. Elevation data
©Lantmäteriet i2012/92

Fig. 4 A reconstruction of how the shoreline changes from the Middle Neolithic A to the end of the Late Neolithic in the area surrounding the Norslunda site using NNH data and Sund ́s regression model. Norslunda is marked with the black point. A: The shoreline is equal to 5250 cal BP/MNA. B: The shoreline is equal to 4450 cal BP/MNB. C: The shoreline is equal to 3950 cal BP/LN. Elevation data ©Lantmäteriet i2012/92.

Fig. 5 A comparison between the map created using NNH data and Sund ́s regression model
and the shorelines provided by SGU (marked with a line) at 3950 cal BP. Elevation data ©Lant-
mäteriet i2012/92.

Fig. 6  A chronological model over the different pottery styles in the region (from Stenbäck &
Vogel 2010).

Fig. 7 The discussed sites containing Fagervik II pottery. The shoreline is equal to 5250 cal
BP/ 3300 BC. The numbers correspond with Table 1. Elevation data ©Lantmäteriet i2012/92.

Fig. 8 The discussed sites containing Fagervik IV pottery. The shoreline is equal to 4450 cal
BP/ 2500 BC. The numbers correspond with Table 2. Elevation data ©Lantmäteriet i2012/92.

Fig. 9 The diagram shows the divergence in site placement between the Early and Late PWC
sites according to percentage of surrounding sea.

Fig. 10 The diagram shows the relationship according to percentage of surrounding sea at
sites that were in use during both early and late PWC.

Fig. 11 A survey of the sites containing Fagervik II and IV pottery. A: Snåret, B: Norslunda,
C: Häggsta and Sittesta, D: Överåda, E: Fagervik and Säter. Elevation data ©Lantmäteriet
i2012/92.

Tabell 1 Percentage of sea area in each site buffer holding a Fagervik II-site. The marked sites
also include Fagervik IV.

Tabell 2 Percentage of sea area in each site buffer holding a Fagervik IV-site. The marked sites
also include Fagervik II

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