Flake counts for each of 107 contiguous grid units at the Barmose I Maglemosian site used by Blankholm (1991) to illustrate several spatial analysis methods.
A data frame with 107 observations on the following 3 variables.
North coordinate of southwest corner of unit
East coordinate of southwest corner of unit
Number of flakes
Barmose I is an early Maglemosian (7500 - 6000 BCE) site located in Barmosen in South Zealand, Denmark. The site was excavated in 1967-1971 by Axel Johansson (Johansson 1971 and 1990). Flake counts and grid coordinates were taken from Figure 100 in Blankholm (1991) for
BarmoseI.pp includes the locations of 473 artifacts from Appendix C of Blankholm's book.
Blankholm, Hans Peter. 1991. Intrasite Spatial Analysis in Theory and Practice. Aarhus University Press.
Carlson, David L. 2017. Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Using R. Cambridge University Press, pp 358-367.
Johansson, Axel. 1971. Barmosegruppen. Præboreale Bopladsfund me Skiveøkser i Sydsjælland. Foreløbig Meddelelse. Historisk Samfund for Præstø Amt. Årbog 1968, pp. 101-170.
Johansson, Axel. 1990. Barmosegruppen. Præboreale Bopladsfund i Sydsjælland. Årbog. Aarhus University Press.
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