CRC 1266 - Scales of Transformation

B2: Transitions of Specialized Foragers

Workgroup meeting at the Duvenseeer Moor
Workgroup meeting at the Duvenseeer Moor

This project will investigate the interplay of social and environmental transformations during the Early and Mid-Holocene period in Northern Germany with a focus on the increasing influence of humans on the environment. To this end, the available data of several well-investigated micro-regions are used together with additional archaeological and palaeo-ecological field-investigations with a multi-scalar, regional approach, which will explore the relationship of environmental changes, subsistence strategies, changes in social organisation and human impact on the environment.


Minimal invasive sampling of finds from the archive for radiocarbon dating
Minimal invasive sampling of finds from the archive for radiocarbon dating

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS

Dr. Harald Lübke

ZBSA, Foundation of the Schleswig-Holstein State Museums at Schloss Gottorf

Phone: +49 4621 813 - 306
harald.luebke@schloss-gottorf.de

Subproject B2

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