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Eventful Archaeology
Unexpected ruptures in material culture patterning present interpretive challenges for archaeological narratives of social change. The concept of the event, as proposed by William Sewell Jr., offersExpand
Eventful Archaeology The Place of Space in Structural Transformation
Unexpected ruptures in material culture patterning present interpretive challenges for archaeological narratives of social change. The concept of the event, as proposed by William Sewell Jr., offersExpand
The Viking Age settlement pattern of Langholt, North Iceland: Results of the Skagafjörður Archaeological Settlement Survey
An archaeological survey of the Viking Age settlement pattern in the Langholt region of North Iceland suggests that being early in this sequence conferred tremendous advantages to the settlers ofExpand
Imaging skeletal remains with ground-penetrating radar: comparative results over two graves from Viking Age and Medieval churchyards on the Stóra-Seyla farm, northern Iceland
Detailed ground-penetrating radar surveys were conducted at separate Viking Age and Medieval churchyards on the Stora-Seyla farm in Skagafjorður, northern Iceland. Surveying over a previously unknownExpand
An archeology of moments: Christian conversion and practice in a medieval household cemetery
The Christian conversion of Iceland in A.D. 1000 was accompanied by distinct changes in religious practice and ritual places. In the following century, household cemeteries were established at manyExpand
Subsurface imaging a Viking-Age churchyard using GPR with TDR: Direct comparison to the archaeological record from an excavated site in northern Iceland
Abstract The results of a ground-penetrating radar (GPR) survey over a Viking-Age Christian churchyard (ca. 1000–1100 CE) that was subsequently fully excavated are reported. During excavation,Expand
Tenancy, finance, and access to commercial goods: Interpreting impoverished assemblages in Skagafjörður, Iceland, CE 1300–1900
Abstract Imported durable goods are relatively rare in non-elite Icelandic household assemblages, presenting a common difficulty for archaeologists studying impoverished assemblages. Test excavationsExpand
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