Firdgum-village (Data collection)



The motivation for the archaeological research at Firdgum, in the present-day province of Friesland (the Netherlands), was threefold. In the first place, there is a scientific interest in the relationship between habitation and landscape in a former salt-marsh area. In the case of Firdgum, the research location on one the northernmost salt-marsh ridges of Westergo is of special interest. The research at Firdgum forms an important addition to earlier excavations of terp sites at Wijnaldum-Tjitsma, Djongum-Heringa, Peins-Oost and Achlum within the same part of Friesland located on more southern salt-marsh ridges.
Datum van beschikbaarheid7-mrt.-2022
UitgeverGIA (Groninger Instituut voor Archeologie)
Datum van data-aanmaak1919 - 1920
Geografische dekkingFirdgum, Friesland, The Netherlands

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