ID134692 Coallajavri, Karasjok k. Rapport fra utgravning 2012
Excavation report. House-pit in Karasjok municipality, Finnmark. House-pit evidencing re-use, radiocarbon dates spanning between c. 1670 BC and AD 80. Burnt timber-framed floor, central hearth. A few quartz scrapers.
Skandfer, M. and Hood, B. in press LARM Investigations in the Kárášjohka/Karasjok Region, Finnmark. In Skandfer, M., Blankholm, H. P and Hood, B. (eds.) Archaeological Perspectives on Hunter-Gatherer Landscapes and Resource Management in Interior North Norway. Equinox Publishing, Sheffield. (Chapter 8)
Blankholm. Hans Peter 2011 Utgravningsrapport. Leinavasshytta 4, 2010. Tromsø: Institutt for arkeologi og sosialantropologi, Universitetet i Tromsø.
Blankholm, Hans Peter 2011b Plugging the Gap: Early Metal Age in the Ostu Mountain Pass, Troms, Northern Norway. Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXVIII :19-37.
Hood, Bryan 2008 Excavation report, Čoallejávri, Karasjok Municipality, Finnmark. Tromsø: Institutt for arkeologi og sosialantropologi, Universitetet i Tromsø.
Skandfer, M. 2012 "Landskapskunnskap og ressursforvaltning i Indre Troms og Finnmark 2500 f.Kr. – 1000 e.kr.” (LARM): Registreringsrapport Indre Finnmark 2011. Institutt for arkeologi og sosialantropologi, Universitetet i Tromsø.
Skandfer, M. n.d. Regional Case: A Multi-Phase Early Metal Age – Iron Age Dwelling pit at Čoallajávri. InSkandfer, M, Blankholm, H. P., and Hood, B. (eds.) Inland Landscape and Resource Management in Stone Age Norway: Integrating New Archaeological Knowledge and Old Data, Setting New Agendas (this has been reworked into the reference given above as "related publication")
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