In the Wake of a Woman: The Pioneering of North-Eastern Scania, Sweden, 10,000-5000 BC - The Arup Settlements
By: Per Karsten (author)Hardback
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Flint material and settlement remains from the Late Palaeolithic Ahrensburg culture, as well as the Early and Middle Mesolithic from a newly excavated site is presented and interpreted in detail. The well preserved remains give new insights into everyday life and rituals. The Arup site is rapidly becoming a classic site of Scandinavian archaeology.
Per Karsten was formerly an archaeologist at Riksantikvarieombetet (National Heritage Board, Archaeological Excavations Dept.), and is now Museum Director at Lund University Historical Museum.
Preface (Per Karsten); Prologue (Conleth Hanlon & Bjorn Nilsson); Pat Vegetation, Topography, and Shore Displacement (per Lageras, Sofia Yassin & Nils-Olof Svensson); Life and Work During 5,000 Years (Bjorn Nilsson & Conleth Hanlon); The Arrows from Lilla Loshult (Bjorn Nilsson & Conleth Hanlon); The Ever-Changing Barum Grave (Conleth Hanlon & Bjorn Nilsson); A Slotted Bone Dagger from Kongemose? (Per Karsten); Epilogue (Bjorn Nilsson, Conleth Hanlon & Per Lageras); References.
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