Þingvellir: A Place of Assembly and a Market?

@inproceedings{Mehler2015ingvellirAP,
  title={Þingvellir: A Place of Assembly and a Market?},
  author={N. Mehler},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract The site of the Icelandic general assembly at Þingvellir has long been at the center of assembly research. Over the past few decades in particular, archaeologists have criticised the antiquarian investigations of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The criticism was directed at the methods used at the time to pinpoint assembly sites and to identify their architectural components, such as booths and court-circles. However, it is also important to take a critical approach to the… Expand

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