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Knivar från Helgö och Birka

  title={Knivar fr{\aa}n Helg{\"o} och Birka},
  author={Birgit Arrhenius},

Diverse variola virus (smallpox) strains were widespread in northern Europe in the Viking Age

Ancient virus sequences recovered from archaeological remains provide direct molecular evidence of past infections, give detail of genetic changes that have occurred during the evolution of the virus, and can reveal viable virus sequence diversity not currently present in modern viruses.

An archaeometallurgical study of early medieval iron technology : an examination of the quality and use of iron alloys in iron artefacts from early medieval Britain

This project presents a study of iron technology in Early Medieval (fifth to eleventh centuries AD) Britain through the examination of iron found in settlement contexts. This is a period

Centrality – Regionality : The Social Structure of Southern Sweden During the Iron Age

Iron Age research in Scandinavia has focused on studies of the significance of certain places as centres in political, economic, and religious spheres of interest. Archaeological research in recent

Wayland: An essay on craft production in the early and high middle ages in Scandinavia

Although the development of craft production largely follows an evolutionary pattern from simple to complex, it is necessary to differentiate between crafts requiring exclusive, profound knowledge

Ett knivigt källmaterial och bilden av smålänningen : en genomgång av knivar från yngre romersk järnålder och folkvandringstid i norra Småland

This paper deals with knives found in graves in the northern part of the province of Smaland in southern Sweden. The graves are from altogether seven cemeteries, which can be dated to the last phase

A Viking burial from Kneep, Uig, Isle of Lewis

In 1979 a rich female Viking burial was discovered on Kneep headland, near Valtos in the Isle of Lewis. Owing to the circumstances of its recovery, little is known of the context of the burial but