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(Tartu Ülikool, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, arheoloogia osakond, 2023)The purpose of collecting this data was to obtain information about the consumption of glass in Estonia with the emphasis on consumption in Tallinn, Haapsalu, and Pärnu and its changes during the post-medieval period. This ...
(Tartu Ülikool, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, arheoloogia osakond, 2023)This dataset includes 43 glass production sites from the 17th until the 20th century. The purpose of collecting this data was to collate and update the chronology of the Estonian glass industry focusing on the dates, ...
(Tartu Ülikool, Ajaloo ja arheoloogia instituut, arheoloogia osakond, 2023)This dataset contains genealogical information about migrant glassworkers and their families as well as individuals closely related to the glassworks that operated in Estonia from the 17th-19th century as well as glaziers ...
(University of Tartu, 2023-11)This dataset represents the Tamula hunter-gatherer burials included in the article "Buried at home? Stable isotope analysis of the late hunter-gatherer cemetery population at Tamula, SE Estonia" by Tõrv and Eriksson (2023, ...
(University of Tartu, 2023-11)This dataset gathers relevant bulk stable isotope values from the Stone Age sites at the Eastern Baltic to act as a baseline for the human values discussed in the article "Buried at home? Stable isotope analysis of the ...
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