Avaldsnes - A Sea-Kings' Manor in First-Millennium Western Scandinavia

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Dagfinn Skre
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 4. des. 2017 - 911 sider

The Royal manor Avaldsnes in southwest Norway holds a rich history testified by 13th century sagas and exceptional graves from the first millennium AD. In 2011–12 the settlement was excavated. In this first book from the project crucial results from an international team of 23 scholars are published. The chapters cover a wide array of topics ranging from building-remains and scientific analyses of finds to landownership and ritual manifestations.

 

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18 Geochemical analysis using portable Xray fluorescence
421
19 Biological Remains
455
Section D Specialist Studies
513
A Study of Shards from Bucketshaped Pots
527
22 The Flaghaug Burials
551
23 The Raised Stones
639
24 Avaldsnes Kormt and Rogaland A Toponymy and Landscape Survey
665
25 Depositional Traditions in Iron Age Kormt
687

9 The Production Area
157
10 Two Iron Age Boathouses
183
11 A Late Iron Age Palisade Facing the Karmsund Strait
209
12 Grave Monuments at Avaldsnes
227
13 Political and Ritual Aspects of Cooking Pits
253
14 The High Medieval Royal Manor
277
15 The PostMedieval Rectory
309
Section C Scientific Analyses 201112
327
17 Microstratigraphy Soil Micromorphology and Microchemistry Soil Chemistry and Magnetic Susceptibility
379
26 Emerging Kingship in the 8th Century? New Datings of three Courtyard Sites in Rogaland
721
a SeaKings Manor
749
28 The Warrior Manor
765
29 Sea Kings on the Norðvegr
781
References Appendices
803
The ARM Project Council Advisory Group Staff and Authors
861
Radiocarbon dates
865
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Dagfinn Skre, University of Oslo, Norway.

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