4 edition of The archaeology of Skedemosse. found in the catalog.
The archaeology of Skedemosse.
Ulf Erik Hagberg
|Statement||In collaboration with Margareta Beskow. With geological and zoological contributions by Lars-König Königsson and Johannes Lepiksaar.|
|Contributions||Beskow-Sjöberg, Margareta, 1939- joint author., Boessneck, Joachim., Kungl. Vitterhets, historie och antikvitets akademien.|
|LC Classifications||GN826.O3 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1,3-4 > plates,|
|LC Control Number||67106396|
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The Archaeology of Skedemosse II The Votive Deposits in the Skedemosse Fen and The archaeology of Skedemosse. book Relation to the Iron Age Settlement on Öland, Sweden.
U-E Hagberg. Stockholm. (tDAR id: ). Cite this Record. The archaeology of Skedemosse IV. The iron age settlement at the Skedemosse area on Öland. Margareta Beskow-Sjöberg. (tDAR id: ). Väg - arkeologiska undersökningar.
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Hagberg, Ulf Erik / Stjernquist, Berta / Rasch, Monika Published by Stockholm,Riksantikvarieämbetet och Statens Historiska Museer () ISBN ISBN Social Zooarchaeology - by Nerissa Russell November The term bog bodies (or bog people) is used to refer to ancient, naturally-mummified human burials recovered from peat bogs in Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, Britain, and Ireland.
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Sweden does have a few of these sites, but for long the only one that had been excavated to any useful extent was Skedemosse on Öland where preservation was rather poor. The other day, I started writing my Östergötland book in earnest, and I'm really enjoying myself.
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This division is generally taken to have been established at a single event. Nybloms förlag, - Archaeology - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Förord. 7: Varför gräver ni. Varför gräver ni just här.
20 other sections not shown. Common terms and phrases. A number of key ritual practices are associated with these material subjects, including intentional damage and trauma infliction, dismantling, submergence, and display (). Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download: Download full-size image Fig.
es of key ritual practices occurring at post-conflict ritual sites across Northern Europe, here primarily from Alken Enge (DK).Cited by: 2. PROGRESS ON THE NORTHERN FRONT Recent work on Germanic and Scandanavian religion H.
Ellis Davidson Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge The main difficulty confronting the student of the religion and mythology of pagan Germany, Anglo-Saxon England and Scandinavia is that a number of different approaches have been made to the subject in recent : Davidson.
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New York, NY. Horse Burial in Scandinavia during the Viking Age. A Master’s Thesis in Nordic Viking and Medieval Culture. Peter Shenk. The Center for Viking and Medieval Studies. The Faculty of Arts. University of Oslo. Fall Acknowledgments.
I would like to sincerely thank my two advisors on this project, Christian Keller and Terje Gansum. Pellijeff, Gunnar: Archaeology and placenames.
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Stroud: The History Press. Ralph, S. (ed.) The Archaeology of Violence: Interdisciplinary Approaches. The Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology Distinguished Monograph Series 2.
New York: State University of New York Press. Read, R. The Conservation of Bog Bodies. Våld och vatten Våtmarkskult vid Skedemosse under järnåldern Anne Monikander. by user. on 15 сентября Category: Documents >> Downloads: views. Report. Comments. Description. Download Våld och vatten Våtmarkskult vid Skedemosse under järnåldern Anne Monikander.
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votive offerings, barbarian, non-Christian Source: The Oxford Dictionary of Late Antiquity Author(s): Edward JamesEdward James.
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Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, Archaeological Research Laboratory. (Swedish) In: Grävda minnen: Från Skedemosse till Sandby borg / [ed] Kjell-Håkan Arnell, Ludvig Papmehl-Dufay, Kalmar: Kalmar läns museum, Länsstyrelsen Kalmar län,p.
Chapter in book (Refereed)Author: Rachel Howcroft, Gunilla Eriksson, Kerstin Lidén. Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund University. Full text (PDF - New window) Iregren, E.
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By Magnus Reuterdahl. I’ve been lazy when it comes to archaeology blogging lately, partly due to lots and lots of work. The other day I was asked to meet up with some folks.Following an introduction to various approaches to archaeology, the arrangement is roughly chronological, with sections focusing on the transition to agriculture, the introduction of metallurgy, the European Iron Age and the period of great migrations.
Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then.The idea of horses having had special religious importance for the Germanic tribes receives earlier support from Tacitus (Germania ch. 10) and perhaps also Bede’s account of Coifi’s destruction of the temple in Northumbria (Historiæ Ecclesiastica Book II, ch.
13). More directly relevant to the current discussion, however, are the ritual.