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    • Settlement organization in Iron Age Scandinavia and beyond: Traditions, terminologies, regionalities and methodologies 

      Ødegaard, Marie; Ystgaard, Ingrid (Chapter, 2023)
      The nature of settlement organization is a core question in archaeological excavations and research. In some respects, settlement archaeological research in Scandinavia is characterized by variances notably in research ...
    • Settlement structure and landscape use in Southwest Norway in the last millennium BC 

      Meling, Trond (Chapter, 2023)
      This study discusses settlement patterns and the interaction between farms during the last millennium BC in Rogaland. It is based on a collocation of 792 radiocarbon dates from 250 different sites retrieved through ...
    • Settlement, resources and routes in Iron Age Forsand 

      Dahl, Barbro Irene (Chapter, 2022)
      Forsandmoen is a prehistoric settlement site continuously in use from the Early Bronze Age to the Late Iron Age. This paper uses the large settlement as a case study to explore the duality of the agrarian and the outfield ...
    • Skjeletta frå Stavanger domkyrkje - ei lang og innfløkt soge 

      Høgestøl, Mari; Sandvik, Paula Utigard (Norsk arkeologisk årbok;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-11)
      In 1967‒68 an area under Stavanger Cathedral was excavated, which revealed more than 30 inhumations without any grave goods. Remains of 22 skeletons were boxed individually and sent to the Anatomic Institute at the University ...
    • Small sites, great potential – The Mesolithic in Rogaland 

      Dugstad, Sigrid Alræk (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This paper looks at small Mesolithic sites with limited artefacts assemblages from Rogaland. A common characteristic of these sites is that they tend to lie in the vicinity of larger sites that contain a range of tool types ...
    • Some erroneous radiocarbon dates of lacustrine sediments 

      Selsing, Lotte; Blystad, Per (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1989)
      In some cases radiocarbon dating of both the NaOH soluble fraction and the insoluble fractionof lacustine sediments give different ages as a result of dating errors : (1) the insoluble fraction is too old, due probably to ...
    • Something about children 

      Lillehammer, Grete (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2008)
      The paper deals with the epistemological background of archaeology's conceptualisation of children's identities in the past. In the advancement of child archaeology there is something about children that catches the eye ...
    • Southwest Norway at the Pleistocene/ Holocene Transition: Landscape Development, Colonization, Site Types, Settlement Patterns 

      Bang-Andersen, Sveinung (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2003)
      This article contributes a western Norwegian perspective to the ongoing debate on the timing and nature of the earliest colonization of northern Europe. Despite there being a theoretical possibility of Late Glacial settlement, ...
    • Spenner i en overgangstid. Sene småspenner i den turbulente overgangen mellom eldre og yngre jernalder. 

      Kristoffersen, Siv; Røstad, Ingunn Marit (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-11)
      To understand the transition between the Early and the Late Scandinavian Iron Age, and the turbulent time around the year 536, we are dependent on our ability to recognize the changes in the artefacts. A chronology with ...
    • Stuck like glue: Wood tar as a medieval stone adhesive 

      Ebert, Bettina; Bjelland, Torbjørg (Chapter, 2023)
      This study outlines a medieval stone repair technique involving wood tar. In the process of condition assessment, an unusual adhesive was identified used for repairs and indents on Stavanger Cathedral, a medieval Norwegian ...
    • Sub-local differences in Late Holocene land use at Orstad, Jæren in SW-Norway, revealed by soil pollen stratigraphy 

      Sageidet, Barbara Maria (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2005)
      Four soil profiles along an 84 m transect through a clearance cairn field on podsol soils at Orstad, Jæren, SW Norway, were investigated. By relating pollen-analytical results to soil stratigraphical and morphological ...
    • Subfossils of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) from the mountain area of South Norway as the basis for a long tree-ring chronology 

      Selsing, Lotte (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1998)
      In order to use the South Norwegian alpine pine subfossils as the basis for dendroclimatological purposes, information about samples collected earlier is presented. The potential to construct a complete Holocene tree-ring ...
    • Surroundings, Beginnings and Formation of a Journal – a dialogue with NAR's alpha editor Bjørn Myhre 

      Kristoffersen, Siv; Bjerck, Hein B. (Journal article, 2008)
      Bjørn Myhre played a key role in the establishment of Norwegian Archaeological Review. All in all, 17 volumes of NAR were produced under his editorial leadership (1968–1978 and 1985–1990). Bjørn Myhre was born in Stavanger ...
    • Ten, tråd og nøste - om dekor på spinnehjul 

      Kristoffersen, Elna Siv (Viking;76, Journal article, 2013)
      Fra Rogaland foreligger en overveldende mengde spinnehjul; ifølge universitetsmuseenes elektroniske database er det tett oppunder 1000. I 1985 gjennomførte Ellen Høigård Hofseth en analyse der 614 av spinnehjulene inngikk. ...
    • Testing the Effect of Relative Pollen Productivity on the REVEALS Model: A Validated Reconstruction of Europe-Wide Holocene Vegetation 

      Serge, M.A.; Mazier, F.; Fyfe, R.; Gaillard, M.-J.; Klein, T.; Lagnoux, A.; Galop, D.; Githumbi, E.; Mindrescu, M.; Nielsen, A.B.; Trondman, A.-K.; Poska, A.; Sugita, S.; Woodbridge, J.; Abel-Schaad, D.; Åkesson, C.; Alenius, T.; Ammann, B.; Andersen, S.T.; Anderson, R. Scott; Andrič, M.; Balakauskas, L.; Barnekow, L.; Batalova, V.; Bergman, J.; Birks, H. John B.; Björkman, L.; Bjune, Anne Elisabeth; Borisova, O.; Broothaerts, N.; Carrion, J.; Caseldine, C.; Christiansen, J.; Cui, Q.; Currás, A.; Czerwiński, S.; David, R.; Davies, A.L.; De Jong, Jong; Di Rita, Rita; Dietre, B.; Dörfler, W.; Doyen, E.; Edwards, K.J.; Ejarque, A.; Endtmann, E.; Etienne, D.; Faure, E.; Feeser, I.; Feurdean, A.; Fischer, E.; Fletcher, W.; Franco-Múgica, F.; Fredh, Erik Daniel; Froyd, C.; Garcés-Pastor, S.; García-Moreiras, I.; Gauthier, E.; Gil-Romera, G.; González-Sampériz, P.; Grant, M.J.; Grindean, R.; Haas, J.N.; Hannon, G.; Heather, A.-J.; Heikkilä, M.; Hjelle, Kari Loe; Jahns, S.; Jasiunas, N.; Jiménez-Moreno, G.; Jouffroy-Bapicot, I.; Kabailienė, M.; Kamerling, I.M.; Kangur, M.; Karpińska-Kołaczek, M.; Kasianova, A.; Kołaczek, P.; Lagerås, P.; Latalowa, M.; Lechterbeck, Jutta; Leroyer, C.; Leydet, M.; Lindbladh, M.; Lisitsyna, O.; López-Sáez, J.-A.; Lowe, John; Luelmo-Lautenschlaeger, R.; Lukanina, E.; Macijauskaitė, L.; Magri, D.; Marguerie, D.; Marquer, L.; Martinez-Cortizas, A.; Mehl, Ingvild Kristine; Mesa-Fernández, J.M.; Mighall, T.; Miola, A.; Miras, Y.; Morales-Molino, C.; Mrotzek, A.; Sobrino, C. Muñoz; Odgaard, B.; Ozola, I.; Pérez-Díaz, S.; Pérez-Obiol, R.P.; Poggi, C.; Rego, P. Ramil; Ramos-Román, M.J.; Rasmussen, P.; Reille, M.; Rösch, M.; Ruffaldi, P.; Goni, M. Sanchez; Savukynienė, N.; Schröder, T.; Schult, M.; Segerström, U.; Seppä, H.; Vives, G. Servera; Shumilovskikh, L.; Smettan, H.W.; Stancikaite, M.; Stevenson, A.C.; Stivrins, N.; Tantau, I.; Theuerkauf, M.; Tonkov, S.; van der Knaap, der; van Leeuwen, Leeuwen; Vecmane, E.; Verstraeten, G.; Veski, S.; Voigt, R.; Von Stedingk, Stedingk; Waller, M.P.; Wiethold, J.; Willis, K.J.; Wolters, S.; Zernitskaya, V.P. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      Reliable quantitative vegetation reconstructions for Europe during the Holocene are crucial to improving our understanding of landscape dynamics, making it possible to assess the past effects of environmental variables and ...
    • The archaeology of the early viking age in Norway 

      Myhre, Bjørn (Chapter, 1998)
    • The early Neolithic Volling site of Kildevang : its chronology and intra-spacial organisation 

      Ravn, Mads (Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission;89, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Due to the lack of large undisturbed sites, questions relating to the early Neolithic I (ENI) transition in Scandinavia, 6,000 years ago, reapeatedly get caught up in discussions of chronology and the nature of the fragmentary ...
    • The early settlement of south Norway after the last deglaciation: a diasporic perspective 

      Selsing, Lotte (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-10)
      Based on a theoretical approach of diaspora theory and the use of ethnographical comparative analysis, it is argued that the early settlement of South Norway probably brought about diasporic conditions. Archaeological and ...
    • The environmental aspects and palynological signals of the “fairy circles” : ancient networks linked to coastal heathland in south-western Norway 

      Prøsch-Danielsen, Lisbeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2001)
      The fairy-circles, a group of mysterious earthworks, are restricted to the coastal heathland of Jæren, south-western Norway. They are the result of a specialised farming practice adapted to local environmental conditions ...