By Ann Birgitte; Mobjerg, Tinna Gotfredsen
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Bedrock Limit of excavation Fig. 19. Profile section 3 (north – south) seen from west and showing the southern part of the settlement with the hearth. not possible to correlate these layers to different occupational phases, as the range between the 14C dates is so narrow. Therefore the interpretation made in the field in 1989-1990, that only one habitation period could be identified, proved to be correct. 4 m above sea level (Fig. 18). Description: 1. Recent turf with roots and few artefacts (layer 6) 2.
1998). Drawing by Martin Appelt. AAR-3630 3650+ 65BP AAR-3582 3570+60BP Phase 1 area 1 AAR-3576 3525+50BP AAR-3577 3515+65BP AAR-3581 3490+50BP AAR-3578 3480+50BP AAR-3580 3445+50BP AAR-6699 3450+45BP K-6031 3490+80BP K-6195 3310+85BP Phase 2 area 2 K-6196 3300+85BP K-6198 3180+125BP AAR-3570 3085+45BP AAR-3572 3065+40BP AAR-4158 3060+45BP Phase 3 area 1-3 AAR-3571 3040+50BP AAR-4160 3025+40BP AAR-3583 3020+50BP AAR-6987 2975+45BP AAR-3573 2950+50BP K-5584 2940+80BP CAMS-82924 2935+22BP K-6193 2920+85BP K-6460 2910+60BP K-5864 2860+80BP AAR-4159 2835+40BP AAR-3575 2815+45BP K-6194 2670+85BP AAR-3574 2455+50BP 2500BC it has been difficult to correlate the oldest layer in the southern, central and northern parts of the site.
5 cm (in diameter). The largest flake (only 1) is 7 cm in diameter (Fig. 54-58). Besides several agate flakes from 387x/187y with cortex preserved, (they are probably from the same piece of raw material), only very few primary flakes with cortex preserved were found. The 48 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Fig. 43. Percentages of different raw materials (weight of flakes). Anne Birgitte Gotfredsen & Tinna Møbjerg: Nipisat - a Saqqaq culture site in Sisimiut, central West Greenland, 2004 eISBN 978-87-635-2626-5, Monographs on Greenland | Meddelelser om Grønland, vol.