j2a1a1a1a skeleton Trondheim, Trondheim kommune, Sør-Trøndelag fylke, Norway servicebygget

j2a1a1a1a skeleton Trondheim, Trondheim kommune, Sør-Trøndelag fylke, Norway servicebygget
2.4.5. Servicebygget

WHO IS: 372 Servicebygget M J2a1a1a 

1500-1900 AD
Jon Anders Risvåg og Birgitte
Skar at the NTNU Museum of Science for granting us access to the skel-
etal material;

Genetic data from medieval and post-medieval Trondheim
The  97  analysed  individuals  came  from  five  different  archaeological
sites  in  Trondheim:  Folkebibliotekstomten,  Søndregate,  Vår  Frue
Kirke, Vestfrontplassen, and Servicebygget. The skeletal material from
Folkebibliotekstomten and Søndregate dates to the Medieval period and
consists  of  40  individuals,  while  the  remaining  57  skeletons  from  the
other  three  sites  are  post-medieval.  The  sites  have  been  described  in
detail by Hamre and Daux (2016) and will not be described any further
here. The methodology and analyses behind the DNA results have been
described in detail by Hamre et al. (2017) and will also not be reiterated
here.

 

Twenty-eight skeletons come from this excavation. It uncovered an-
other part of the graveyard of Nidaros Cathedral and the individuals ex-
humed during this excavation would have been buried during the same
approximate period as skeletons excavated at Vestfrontplassen. This
area of the graveyard was, however, not used particularly for members
of the military. Similarly to Vestfrontplassen, the area uncovered during
the Servicebygget excavation was also among the cheapest zones of the
graveyard and one has to expect that the people buried here would have
come from the lower strata of society (Yilmaz and Sellevold, 2006).

 

12 Servicebygget M I4a1
16 Servicebygget M J1c
42 Servicebygget M H11a2
65 Servicebygget M H7b
71 Servicebygget M H
88 Servicebygget M H
98 Servicebygget M H
105 Servicebygget M W1+119
134 Servicebygget ? R0
176 Servicebygget M H
193 Servicebygget M I
204 Servicebygget F R0
229 Servicebygget ? K
293 Servicebygget M U3a1c1

329 Servicebygget M H
372 Servicebygget M J2a1a1a
514 Servicebygget M U5a1
542 Servicebygget M K1b2
550 Servicebygget M J1c2
583 Servicebygget F J1c1
629 Servicebygget F J2b1a
657 Servicebygget M H
679 Servicebygget F HV
787 Servicebygget F J1c
818 Servicebygget M J1b1a1
885 Servicebygget ? R0
981 Servicebygget M H

 

SB 1585–1897 M 18–30 23.68 23.67 −11.00
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 23.44 −11.36
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 24.41 24.29 −10.01
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 24.00 23.50 −11.27
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 23.70 23.10 −11.91
SB 1585–1897 M 18–30 24.72 24.47 −9.73
SB 1585–1897 M 18–30 24.70 24.89 −9.06 ∇ −1.7
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 24.33 24.59 −9.54
SB 1585–1897 M 12–18 25.55 24.39 −9.85
SB 1585–1897 ? 30–50 25.55 24.39 −9.85
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 23.05 23.04 −12.00
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 23.90 23.41 −11.41
SB 1585–1897 F 30–50 24.98 23.83 −10.74
SB 1585–1897 ? 30–50 24.73 −9.31
SB 1585–1897 M 18–30 25.40 24.17 −10.20
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 24.26 23.93 −10.59
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 25.73 24.87 −9.09 ∇ −1.7
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 23.61 23.80 −10.79
SB 1585–1897 M 18–30 23.84 23.32 −11.56
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 23.63 23.15 −11.83
SB 1585–1897 F 30–50 23.22 23.16 −11.81
SB 1585–1897 F 30–50 23.81 −10.78
SB 1585–1897 M 30–50 23.82 23.63 −11.06
SB 1585–1897 F 18–30 24.33 23.59 −11.13
SB 1585–1897 F 30–50 23.98 −10.51
SB 1585–1897 M 18–30 24.69 23.67 −11.00
SB 1585–1897 ? 18–30 25.28 24.30 −10.00
SB 1585–1897 M 18–30 24.93 24.06 −10.38

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