Dating the Trollesgave site and the Bromme culture - chronological fix-points for the Lateglacial settlement of Southern Scandinavia

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Dating the Trollesgave site and the Bromme culture - chronological fix-points for the Lateglacial settlement of Southern Scandinavia. / Fischer, Anders; Mortensen, Morten Fischer; Henriksen, Peter Steen; Mathiassen, Dorte Rorbeck; Olsen, Jesper.

I: Journal of Archaeological Science, Bind 40, Nr. 12, 12.2013, s. 4663-4674.

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Fischer, Anders ; Mortensen, Morten Fischer ; Henriksen, Peter Steen ; Mathiassen, Dorte Rorbeck ; Olsen, Jesper. / Dating the Trollesgave site and the Bromme culture - chronological fix-points for the Lateglacial settlement of Southern Scandinavia. I: Journal of Archaeological Science. 2013 ; Bind 40, Nr. 12. s. 4663-4674.

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abstract = "The Bromme culture belongs to the Lateglacial, the period when people settled in the recently deglaciated Southern Scandinavia. Until now there have been only a few imprecise fix-points relating to the chronological position of this archaeological culture. This situation can now be improved with the aid of research results from a Bromme culture settlement at Trollesgave in SE Denmark. Using pollen and plant macrofossil data, Lateglacial lacustrine deposits containing waste material from the settlement can be assigned to the end of the climatically mild Allerod period. A series of C-14 dates establishes the age of the settlement as c. 10 826 +/- 49 C-14 years BP (12 871-12 590 cal yr BP). By correlation with climate data from the Greenland ice cores, the occupation can be assigned to the early part of the cold climatic zone GS-1, thus demonstrating that the global ice-core climate zones are not absolutely synchronous with the regional division into biozones. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.",
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