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    • 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 ...
    • The iron age 

      Myhre, Bjørn (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2003)
    • The Mesolithic of Western Norway : prevailing problems and possibilities 

      Bang-Andersen, Sveinung (Chapter, 1995)
      The landscape and settlement development in West Norway until c. 5200 y. b.p. is broadly outlined. An evaluation of the source material reveals lacunaes which delimit detailed information on topics such as daily life, ...
    • The past in the present. Landscape perception, archaeological heritage and marginal farmland in Jæren, south-western Norway 

      Lillehammer, Grete (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2007)
      This paper examines the background of conflicts in the resource management of a specific type of ‘utmark’ in the agrarian landscape. The historical relationship between empirically experienced ‘utmark’ and the resource ...
    • The telltale potency of a simple milligram of charcoal found in a hearth left by Mesolithic reindeer hunters in the Norwegian mountains. 

      Bang-Andersen, Sveinung (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-07)
      The discovery and excavation of superimposed, information-rich Pre-Boreal hunting sites around the mountain lakes of Myrvatn and Fløyrlivatn in Southwest Norway have been the subject of archaeological debate. A brief review ...
    • 'Those who survived the battlefields' - Archaeological investigations in a prisoner of war camp near to Quedlinburg (Harz Mountains / Germany) from the First World War 

      Demuth, Volker (Journal article, 2009)
      In 2004, the site of a prisoner of war camp from the First World War was investigated archaeologically during a large rescue excavation project initiated by highway construction works in the municipality of Quedlinburg in ...
    • Timber as a Marine Resource: Exploitation of Arctic Driftwood in the North Atlantic 

      Mooney, Dawn Elise; Guðmundsdóttir, Lísabet; Pinta, Élie; Alm, Torbjørn (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023-03)
      The North Atlantic islands of the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland have always been relatively poor in terms of native timber resources, due to their cold climate and exposed topography. Nevertheless, timber was vital ...
    • To spenner fra samme hånd? Folkevandringstidens relieffspenner i detalj 

      Pedersen, Unn; Kristoffersen, Elna Siv (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Two brooches from the same hand? A detailed study of Migration Period relief brooches “From the same hand” is a phrase repeatedly used in studies of Migration Period brooches. We explore if it is possible to establish ...
    • Transforming images: Exploring powerful children 

      Lillehammer, Grete (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008)
      The perception of children as vulnerable, instead of powerful, beings is the opposite of what is found to be the case in the historic evidence. The paper investigates the relationship between ideology and material culture ...
    • Turfs and Timbers - Resource use in the construction of the Viking Age Fortress Borgring, Southeast Denmark 

      Mortensen, Morten Fischer; Baittinger, Claudia; Christensen, Jonas; Nielsen, Anne Birgitte; Nielsen, Søren; Pihl, Anders; Prøsch-Danielsen, Lisbeth; Ravn, Morten; Sindbæk, Søren Michael; Ulriksen, Jens (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07)
      Viking Age ring fortresses were some of the largest construction projects in Danish prehistory. In this article we reconstruct the amount of turf and timber used in the construction of the Borgring ring fortress and estimate ...
    • Understanding climate resilience in Scandinavia during the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age 

      Bunbury, Magdalena Maria Elisabeth; Austvoll, Knut Ivar; Jørgensen, Erlend Kirkeng; Nielsen, Svein Vatsvåg; Kneisel, Jutta; Weinelt, Mara (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023-11)
      Mid and late-Holocene climate shifts are considered to have profoundly shaped demographic developments and adaptive responses of communities globally. Yet their onset, duration, and impact on Neolithic and Early Nordic ...
    • Vegetasjon og naturgrunnlag i Tveitaneset Naturreservat, Rogaland 

      Bakkevig, Sverre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1981)
      Tveitaneset, an exposed point in Nedstrandsfjorden, Rogaland county, was in 1977 protected by law due to the occurrence of oceanic evergreen forests typical of the district. The bedrock consists of mica schist, but without ...
    • The View from the Cheap Seats. An Archaeologist Grappling with Multispecies Entanglements 

      Armstrong-Oma, Kristin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Moving beyond entanglement as a generic cue for human-animal relationships requires intellectual enquiry and an engagement with various approaches and different strands of evidence. Christina Fredengren has produced a ...
    • We Are Not Alone: William King and the Naming of the Neanderthals 

      Walker, James William Paddison; Clinnick, David; White, Mark (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10)
      The story of human history was changed forever in 1863 with William King's proposal that we had not always been the sole members of the Homo genus. Yet, more than 150 years after Homo neanderthalensis was first named and ...