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    • Når materiell kultur blir digital - ei viktig vending i norsk arkeologi 

      Brun, Wenche (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Arkeologifaget og studier av materiell kultur har vokst fram og blitt formet gjennom flere hundre år, og har hverken vært skjermet mot eller upåvirket av impulser utenfra i løpet av denne perioden. Derimot har faget ...
    • Neolithic culinary traditions revealed by cereal, milk and meat lipids in pottery from Scottish crannogs 

      Hammann, S.; Bishop, Rosie Rhiannon; Copper, M.; Garrow, D.; Greenwood, C.; Hewson, L.; Sheridan, S.; Sturt, F.; Whelton, H. L.; Cramp, L. J. E. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Cereal cultivation in Britain dates back to ca. 4000 BCE, probably introduced by migrant farmers from continental Europe. Widespread evidence for livestock appears in the archaeozoological record, also reflected by ubiquitous ...
    • New insights into late Holocene farming and woodland dynamics in western Ireland with particular reference to the early medieval horizontal watermill at Kilbegly, Co. Roscommon 

      Overland, Anette; O'Connell, Micheal (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011-01)
      motorway construction, at the edge of a small mire in Kilbegly Townland, County Roscommon, provided the opportunity for palaeoecological investigations of peat and fossil moss-polster samples in a part of western Ireland ...
    • Nye undersøkelser av skipsgraven Storhaug 

      Reiersen, Håkon; Hillesland, Kristoffer; Gil Bell, Theo Eli (Chapter, 2023)
      Skipsgraven Storhaug har stor betydning for forståelsen av vikingtidens begynnelse (fig. 1). Som den eldste skipsgraven vi hittil kjenner i landet, representerer den en klar forløper for østnorske skipsgraver. Graven vitner ...
    • On the Fringe. Sheepdogs and Their Status Within Bronze Age Ontologies in Scandinavia 

      Armstrong-Oma, Kristin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This contribution draws mainly on images of dogs, humans and sheep from Nordic Bronze Age rock art sources, but living arrangements within the household and depositional patterns of dog bones on settlements are also ...
    • Palaeoecological data indicates land-use changes across Europe linked to spatial heterogeneity in mortality during the Black Death pandemic 

      Izdebski, A.; Guzowski, P.; Poniat, R.; Masci, L.; Palli, J.; Vignola, C.; Bauch, M.; Cocozza, C.; Fernandes, R.; Ljungqvist, F.C.; Newfield, T.; Seim, A.; Abel-Schaad, D.; Alba-Sánchez, F.; Björkman, L.; Brauer, A.; Brown, A.; Czerwiński, S.; Ejarque, A.; Fiłoc, M.; Florenzano, A.; Fredh, Erik Daniel; Fyfe, R.; Jasiunas, N.; Kołaczek, P.; Kouli, K.; Kozáková, R.; Kupryjanowicz, M.; Lagerås, P.; Lamentowicz, M.; Lindbladh, M.; López-Sáez, J.A.; Luelmo-Lautenschlaeger, R.; Marcisz, K.; Mazier, F.; Mensing, S.; Mercuri, A.M.; Milecka, K.; Miras, Y.; Noryśkiewicz, A.M.; Novenko, E.; Obremska, M.; Panajiotidis, S.; Papadopoulou, M.L.; Pędziszewska, A.; Pérez-Díaz, S.; Piovesan, G.; Pluskowski, A.; Pokorny, P.; Poska, A.; Reitalu, T.; Rösch, M.; Sadori, L.; Sá Ferreira, Ferreira; Sebag, D.; Słowiński, M.; Stančikaitė, M.; Stivrins, N.; Tunno, I.; Veski, S.; Wacnik, A.; Masi, A. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The Black Death (1347–1352 CE) is the most renowned pandemic in human history, believed by many to have killed half of Europe’s population. However, despite advances in ancient DNA research that conclusively identified the ...
    • Patterns in recent and Holocene pollen accumulation rates across Europe - the Pollen Monitoring Programme Database as a tool for vegetation reconstruction 

      Vojtech, Abraham; Hicks, Sheila; Svobodova-Svitavska, Helena; Bozilova, Elissaveta; Panajiotidis, Sampson; Filipova-Marinova, Mariana; Jensen, Christin E; Tonkov, Spassimir; Pidek, Irena Agnieszka; Swieta-Musznicka, Joanna; Zimny, Marcelina; Kvavadze, Eliso; Filbrandt-Czaja, Anna; Hättestrand, Martina; Kilic, Nurgül Karhoglu; Kosenko, Jana; Nosova, Maria; Severova, Elena; Volkova, Olga; Hallsdottir, Margret; Kalnina, Laimdota; Noryskiewicz, Agnieszka; Noryskiewicz, Bozena; Pardoe, Heather S.; Christodoulou, Areti; Koff, Tiiu; Fontana, Sonia L.; Alenius, Teija; Isaksson, Elisabeth; Seppä, Heikki; Veski, Siim; Pedziszewska, Anna; Weiser, Martin; Giesecke, Thomas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      The collection of modern, spatially extensive pollen data is important for the interpretation of fossil pollen assemblages and the reconstruction of past vegetation communities in space and time. Modern datasets are readily ...
    • Peat bog excavations at L’Anse aux Meadows 2018-2019 

      Forbes, Véronique; Ledger, Paul; Girdland-Flink, Linus; Mooney, Dawn Elise; Tapper, Bryn; Wolfrum, Allan (Chapter, 2021)
      This text provides an overview of archaeological work conducted during the summers of 2018 and 2019 at the L’Anse aux Meadows (LAM) National Historic Site by teams led by Paul Ledger (2018, Parks Canada permit # AM-2018- ...
    • Petrified Life or Living Stone? The Problems of Categorisation. Exemplified by Fossils Found at Stone Age Sites in Rogaland, Norway 

      Nyland, Astrid Johanne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      During archaeological excavations, artefacts are collected, tagged and stored. Based on these, archaeologists interpret peoples’ social identity, relations and even world view. However, a narrow range of ‘natural objects’ ...
    • Picking up the Pieces : Contextualizing Utilized Blade Fragments from Two Assemblages in Southwest Norway 

      Redmond, James; Eilertsen, Krister Scheie (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This article centers on a discussion of blade fragments from two Late Mesolithic assemblages recovered during a recent excavation project in Rogaland, southwest Norway. Analysis undertaken during post excavation cataloging ...
    • The population genomic legacy of the second plague pandemic 

      Gopalakrishnan, Shyam; Ebenesersdottir, S.Sunna; Lundstrøm, Inge K.C.; Turner-Walker, Gordon; Moore, Kristjan H.S.; Luisi, Pierre; Magaryan, Ashot; Martin, Michael D.; Ellegaard, Martin Rene; Magnusson, Olafur T.; Sigurdsson, Asgeir; Snorradóttir, Steinunn; Magnúsdóttir, Droplaug N.; Laffoon, Jason E.; van Dorp, Lucy; Liu, Xiaodong; Moltke, Ida; Avila-Arcos, María C.; Schraiber, Joshua G.; Rasmussen, Simon; Juan, David; Galabert, Pere; De-Dios, Toni; Fotakis, Anna K.; Iraeta-Orbegozo, Miren; Vågene, Åshild J.; Denham, Sean Dexter; Christophersen, Axel; Stenøien, Hans K.; Vieira, Filipe G.; Liu, Shanlin; Günther, Torsten; Kivisild, Toomas; Moseng, Ole Georg; Skar, Birgitte; Cheung, Christina; Sandoval-Velasco, Marcela; Wales, Nathan; Schroeder, Hannes; Campos, Paula F.; Gudmundsdottir, Valdis B; Sicheritz - Ponten, Thomas; Petersen, Bent; Halgunset, Jostein; Gilbert, Edmund; Cavalleri, Gianpiero L.; Hovig, Eivind; Kockum, Ingrid; Olsson, Tomas; Alfredsson, Lars; Hansen, Thomas F.; Werge, Thomas; Willerslev, Eske; Balloux, Francois; Marquès-Bonet, Tomás; Lalueza-Fox, Carles; Nielsen, Rasmus; Stefánsson, Kári; Helgason, Agnar; Gilbert, Thomas P. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Human populations have been shaped by catastrophes that may have left long-lasting signatures in their genomes. One notable example is the second plague pandemic that entered Europe in ca. 1,347 CE and repeatedly returned ...
    • Prehistoric reindeer hunting in the southern Norwegian highlands 

      Bang-Andersen, Sveinung (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2008)
      In contrast to the European alpine areas and lowland plains, where Rangifer tarandus L. became extinct during the final Late Glacial, the species has survived in a wild state in relatively unchanged natural environments ...
    • Prehistoric reindeer trapping by stone-walled pitfalls: news and views 

      Bang-Andersen, Sveinung (Prehistoric Society Research Papers;1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      Rectangular stone-walled pitfalls, in contrast to originally wood-clad, oval or circular earth-dug traps of varying size, known from large parts of interior central and northern Fennoscandia and some circumpolar areas, ...
    • Prehistorical cereal raising at Forsandmoen, south-western Norway : changes between the Bronze Age and the Iron Age 

      Bakkevig, Sverre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1992)
      On the Forsandmoen site, Rogaland, SW-Norway, a macrofossil study of 7810 charred cereal grains from nine houses representing a time span of about 800 years (from 2990 +/- 70 BP to 2140 +/- 70 BP uncalibrated) is described. ...
    • Quantifying archaeo-organic degradation – A multiproxy approach to understand the accelerated deterioration of the ancient organic cultural heritage at the Swedish Mesolithic site Ageröd 

      Boethius, Adam; Hollund, Hege Ingjerd; Linderholm, Johan; Vanhanen, Santeri; Kjällquist, Mathilda; Magnell, Ola; Apel, Jan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-09)
      Despite a growing body of evidence concerning accelerated organic degradation at archaeological sites, there have been few follow-up investigations to examine the status of the remaining archaeological materials in the ...
    • Refleksjoner rundt ny teknologi som supplement til etablert praksis. Eksempler fra dokumentasjon av Rogalands bergkunst med 3D-skanner. 

      Brun, Wenche; Øvrelid, Annette Græsli (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      The Norwegian University museums responsibility and practice related to recording and documenting cultural heritage sites and archaeological objects, require solid management. Technologies, tools and methods that have ...
    • Rock art preservation : improved and ecology‐based methods can give weathered sites prolonged life 

      Bakkevig, Sverre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2006)
      Rock art is defined as systematic and man-made depressions or paintings on a smooth rock surface. In contrast to other cultural monuments, they have hardly any ecological importance. Nevertheless rock art sites should ...
    • Roe deer as raw material for Middle Mesolithic fishhooks? An experimental approach to the manufacture of small bone fishhooks 

      Mansrud, Anja; Kutschera, Morten (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Bone fishhooks have occasionally been retrieved from bone assemblages at coastal sites dating to the Middle Mesolithic phase (8300-6300 cal. BC) in Southern Norway and Western Sweden (the north-eastern Skagerrak region, ...
    • A rune-like carving on a terra sigillata bowl from the early medieval cemetery of Deiningen, Bavaria 

      Oehrl, Sigmund (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023-10)
      Excavations in 2020 of the inhumation grave of an adult female, from within a known early medieval cemetery north of the village of Deiningen in the Donau-Ries district, western Bavaria ...
    • 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 ...