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|Title:||Ancient remains database, historical maps and GIS in landscape analysis|
|Abstract:||Sweden has two valuable resources that can be used in landscape analyses. The first of these is the Board of Antiquities Ancient Remains GIS Database (FMIS) which catalogues around 1.7 million remains in 600 000 locations across Sweden. The second is the vast collection of historical maps, representing a 400 year period and covering most of Sweden's populated areas. This lecture will present these two sources and show examples of GIS analysis performed with data from them.|
|Description:||Guest lecture, Archaeologists from Gotland University, Sweden on 19 August 2008. The lecture had two parts: 1. Assoc.Prof. Helene Martinsson-Walin: "Pulemelei investigations. The story of a large stone mound in Savai'i, Samoa and beyond" 2. Svedjemo's lecture|
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