By Noel D. Broadbent, Jan Stora
Professor Noel D. Broadbent is one among Swedens prime specialists on north Swedish archaeology and actually wrote the publication at the prehistory of the Skellefteå zone at the North Bothnian coast. this data is now dropped at undergo at the factor of Saami origins. the point of interest is at the profitable adaptive recommendations of Saami societies over millions of years - a sworn statement to Saami resiliency, of relevance to the survival of indigenous societies all over the world this day.
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Marcia Bakry helped with the illustrations, as did Beatrix Arendt. My sincere gratitude also goes to my colleagues of many years at the Arctic Studies Center: Dr. Bill Fitzhugh, Dr. Stephen Loring and Dr. Igor Krupnik. For the financial support that made this all possible, the National Science Foundation’s Arctic Social Sciences Program and its Director Anna Kerttula. These years at the Department of Anthropology and the National Museum of Natural History have been among the most enjoyable and stimulating of my career.
Table 19. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Bones recovered in different areas, by weight. Table 20. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Species by weight. Table 21. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Species, based on numbers of identified specimens. Table 22. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Species in the floor area. Table 23. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Species in the hearth. Table 24. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Species in the 1 m2 pit. Table 25. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Species and skeletal elements, unburned bones. Table 26. Sites 31–32, Hut B: Species and skeletal elements, charred bones.
Hornslandsudde site area based on photogrammetry (Eriksson 1975). Figure 138. Hut 5, showing double wall lines. (Hornslandsudde) Figure 139. Excavated area in Hut 5. (Hornslandsudde) Figure 140. Trench through Feature 13. (Hornslandsudde) Figure 141. Section through connecting wall between Huts 12–13. (Hornslandsudde) Figure 142. Features 12–14 showing soil samples. (Hornslandsudde) Figure 143. Excavation of Hut 15. (Hornslandsudde) Figure 144. Map of sections of two stone alignments. (Hornslandsudde) Figure 145.