Habitation site

Habitation site

An archeological site where people lived or worked over a period of time.
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"We also found evidence of a habitation site. The scientific dates of the material excavated are believed to be between 1900 to 2100 BCE," he added.
In the tiny village of Port au Choix, she gets caught up in the search for the habitation site of an ancient culture that lived in the area more than four thousand years ago.
Exploration around the find-spot revealed no habitation site or any other remains of the historical period.
The impact of the eruption on the Jomon population is reflected in the density of one habitation site per 100 [km.sup.2] on Kyushu versus one site per 10 [km.sup.2] on the northern island of Hokkaido and one site per [km.sup.2] on Honshu during the Middle Jomon Period.
It is an ancient habitation site measuring 150x150 meters and originally was 23.5 meters high above its surroundings.
While taphonomy may affect habitation site preservation, another possibility should be considered.
It considers the date and nature of the site, technology used, types of products, connection to a nearby habitation site, size and characteristics of the area, the subsistence strategy, the diachronic history, and relation to the larger region and Crete in general.
Dieffenderfer appears to be a multicomponent habitation site with a semicircular ditch enclosing 4,000 square meters and at least two domestic structures.
Under the direction of his wife, the archaeologist Anne Stine Ingstad, an Old Norse habitation site was brought to light at the location.
Dublin, September 17 (ANI): Archaeologists have discovered a 4,000-year-old arrowhead in the Burren, in Ireland, which is evidence of what could be the oldest habitation site in the region.