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by T. Artelius,F. Svanberg

Author: T. Artelius,F. Svanberg
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Riksantikvarieambetet (November 1, 2005)
Pages: 280 pages
Category: History
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Dealing with the Dead book. Dealing with the Dead: Archaeological Perspectives on Prehistoric Scandinavian Burial Ritual. The papers in this volume explore how prehistoric Scandinavian burial ritual and religion can be interpreted and understood within contemporary Swedish contract archaeology.

Dealing with the Dead: Archaeological Perspectives on Prehistoric Scandinavian Burial Ritual. Stockholm: National Heritage Board, pp. 261–76. Making History: Ritual Variation in Pre-Christian Viking Age Reuse of Bronze Age Monuments in Halland, South-Western Sweden. In: Bergerbrant, S. & Sabatini, . eds.

Dealing with Scandinavian burial ritual an introduction The burial-ground at Borgeby: point of departure for a tentative neolithic travel itinerary, Janis Runcis With Thor on our side: the symbolism of the Thor hammer-ring in Viking Age burial ritual, Gunnar Andersson Pyre sites before ou. .

Dealing with Scandinavian burial ritual an introduction The burial-ground at Borgeby: point of departure for a tentative neolithic travel itinerary, Janis Runcis With Thor on our side: the symbolism of the Thor hammer-ring in Viking Age burial ritual, Gunnar Andersson Pyre sites before our eyes, Caroline Arcini House symbolism in aristocratic death rituals of the Bronze Age, Fredrik Svanberg Hills of. the ancestors: death, forging and sacrifice on two Swedish burial sites, Lisa K. Larsson The grave as concept and phenomenon: reflections on the relation between archaeological terminology . A cal study of an archaeological material on cremation burials. Stockholm: National Heritage Board Sweden. Prehistoric soul beliefs in northern Europe. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 60: 15-26. Anthropologiske skrifer 1). Oslo: Anatomisk institutt, University of Oslo. Death in ancient Rome.

The papers in this volume explore how prehistoric Scandinavian burial ritual and religion can be interpreted .

The papers in this volume explore how prehistoric Scandinavian burial ritual and religion can be interpreted and understood within contemporary Swedish contract archaeology. In different cases and from varying theoretical perspectives, the authors demonstrate how the material culture in collective burial ritual was used to create and express everything from very functional and distinct religious results, to individual, local and regional cultural identity. Emphasis is placed upon the interpretation of the actual dealings with the dead, the graves, the monuments, and with burial-grounds in the.

Dealing with the Dead. Archaeological Perspectives on Prehistoric Scandinavian Burial Ritual. Where are the dead?: empty graves from early Iron Age Uppland. In: Artelius, T. – Svanberg, F. (ed. Riksantikvarieämbetet arkeologiska undersökningar skrifter, 65). Stockholm: The Swedish National Heritage Board – The Museum of National Antiquities in Sweden, 201–220. Ritual and domestic life in prehistoric Europe. Dealing with the Dead.

Archaeological Perspective on Prehistoric. Scandinavian Burial Ritual. Swedish Naitonal Heritage Board, Stockholm, Sweden. 1989 Who Owns the Past? National Geographic, 175(3): 376-392. Armit, I. 2006 Inside Kurtz's Compound: Headhunting and the Human Body in Prehistoric Europe.

Dealing with the dead : archaeological perspectives on prehistoric Scandinavian burial ritual . Artelius, Tore, 1954- 1 Svanberg, Fredrik, 1972

Dealing with the dead : archaeological perspectives on prehistoric Scandinavian burial ritual /. Published 2005 . Save to List Format. Richard J. Daley Library. Artelius, Tore, 1954- 1 Svanberg, Fredrik, 1972-. 1 Antiquities 1 Archeologische aspecten Burial 1 Excavations (Archaeology) 1 Funeral rites and ceremonies 1 Graven (begraafplaats) more. 1 History 1 Riten see all.

In: Artelius, T. & Svanberg, F. Archaeological Perspectives on Climate Change This session focuses on archaeological perspectives on climate change. Archaeological perspectives on prehistoric Scandinavian burial ritual Stockholm: Riksantikvarieämbetet. Ling, J The fluidity of Rock Art. In: Goldhahn, J. (e. In which ways can the archaeological record, together with other types of data, be used.

In: T. Artelius and F. Svanberg (ed., Dealing with the Dead. The Swedish National Heritage Board, Stockholm: 19– 43. SCHULDT E. 1972. Die mecklenburgischen Megalithgrä-ber. Untersuchungen zu ihrer Architektur und Funktion. Beiträge zur Ur- und Frühgeschichte der Bezirke Rostock, Schwerin und Neubrandenburg, vol. 6. Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften.

The papers in this volume explore how prehistoric Scandinavian burial ritual and religion can be interpreted and understood within contemporary Swedish contract archaeology. In different cases and from varying theoretical perspectives, the authors demonstrate how the material culture in collective burial ritual was used to create and express everything from very functional and distinct religious results, to individual, local and regional cultural identity. Emphasis is placed upon the interpretation of the actual dealings with the dead, the graves, the monuments, and with burial-grounds in the landscape. Examples range from the Neolithic to the conversion to Christianity in the late Viking Age.