The correlation between the shape of grave monuments and sex in the iron age, based on material from Østfold and Vestfold
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Original versionLøken, T. (1987) The correlation between the shape of grave monuments and sex in the iron age, based on material from Østfold and Vestfold. In R. Bertelsen, A. Lillehammer & JR Ness (Eds.) Were they all men? : an examination of sex roles in prehistoric society : acts from a workshop held at Utstein kloster, Rogaland 2.-4. november 1979, (pp. 53-64)
A typological analysis of burial customs based on the idea that there is a difference in layout of the graves according to analysis of the grave goods; fundamental in the analysis is that men's graves can be distinguished from the women's graves based on the presence of weapons as opposed to many buckles, spindlewhorles or pearls and further associated artifacts.