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Celtic fields in East Denmark – dating and environmental context

 
Celtic fields in East Denmark – dating and environmental context

    

For further info on the project contact:

  • Email -Peter Rasmussen per@geus.dk
  • Remains of extensive prehistoric field systems (Celtic fields) are preserved in several old woodland areas in Eastern Denmark. The precise dating of these systems are however rather uncertain. In the project sediment cores from two small wet hollows situated in the middle of two such field systems (Rude Skov, Northeast Zealand and Tåruplund, East Funen) will be investigated using palaeoecological methods including pollen analysis, macrofossil analysis and AMS 14C dating in order to date the period of use of the fields and to reconstruct the local vegetation and land-use in the catchments. 

    Institutions involved in the project:
    The National Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland; Former Director General Viggo Nielsen, Roskilde



     


    Edited by:
    Jacob Geltzer, GEUS - jgel@geus.dk

    Celtic fields in East Denmark – dating and environmental context