Data for: Ecological dimensions of population dynamics and subsistence in Neo-Eneolithic Eastern Europe

Published: 7 December 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/f8rthxdtzv.1
Thomas Harper, Aleksandr Diachenko


The Eastern European Neo-Eneolithic Sites Repository (EENSR) is compiled and managed by Thomas K. Harper. It began as a project to catalog all known Neolithic and Eneolithic archaeological sites in Romania, Moldova, and Western Ukraine, but is intended to be expandable in both its spatial and temporal focus. In its current form, it is intended as a resource for analyzing settlement patterns and demographic trends during the span of ca. 6100-3000 BC. While some effort has been made to include all classes of archaeological sites, EENSR mainly pertains to habitational sites. The data set currently includes 8,164 sites, of which 6,756 have assigned spatial coordinates.



Archeology, Demography, Chronological Dating, Human Settlement