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In the Wake of a Woman: The Pioneering of North-Eastern Scania, Sweden, 10,000-5000 BC: The Årup Settlements 2006

Per Karsten

In the Wake of a Woman: The Pioneering of North-Eastern Scania, Sweden, 10,000-5000 BC: The Årup Settlements

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 Årup site is rapidly becoming a classic site of Scandinavian archaeology.Table of ContentsPreface (Per Karsten); Prologue (Conleth Hanlon & Björn Nilsson); Pat Vegetation, Topography, and Shore Displacement (per Lagerås, Sofia Yassin & Nils-Olof Svensson); Life and Work During 5,000 Years (Björn Nilsson & Conleth Hanlon); The Arrows from Lilla Loshult (Björn Nilsson & Conleth Hanlon); The Ever-Changing Barum Grave (Conleth Hanlon & Björn Nilsson); A Slotted Bone Dagger from Kongemose?

(Per Karsten); Epilogue (Björn Nilsson, Conleth Hanlon & Per Lagerås); References.

Hardcover: 200 pages Publisher: Riksantikvarieämbetet (December 20, 2006) Language: English ISBN-10: 9172094125 ISBN-13: 978-9172094123 Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces ()

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