Scandinavian Archaeology

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Eine Dame Zwischen 500 Herren

Author: Julia K. Koch
Publisher: Waxmann Verlag
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Johanna Mestorf probably was the single person during the late 19lh century that
did most to make Scandinavian archaeology known in the German-reading part
of the continent. Scandinavian archaeology was the norm and model during that
time. Bruce G. Trigger has coined the label "Scandinavian-style" (Trigger 1989,
10-11). The key concepts of this archaeology were, from Christian J. Thomsen to
the generation contemporary with Johanna Mestorf, artefact classification, the ...

The Birth Of Prehistoric Chronology

Author: Bo Gräslund
Publisher: CUP Archive
ISBN: 9780521322492
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Individuals, however, are never lost from sight. Throughout the book the author seeks to assess the contribution of the often colourful personalities involved and the volume concludes with a valuable biographical appendix.

Archaeology

Author: Kevin Greene
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136860290
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1.3.1 Scandinavia and the Three-Age System ○○ key references: Schnapp, The
discovery of the past 1996: 295–303; Graslund, The birth of prehistoric
chronology 1987; Rowley-Conwy From Genesis to prehistory 2007. Why has
Scandinavian archaeology, generally speaking, an advantage over foreign
archaeology, if not because Scandinavian archaeologists have had an
opportunity to study in their museums not isolated specimens but whole series
and their development?

Field Archaeology From Around The World

Author: Martin Carver
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319098195
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Stefan Larsson Scandinavian archaeology has been influenced by three
important factors: its embrace by the state, its terrain, and its methodological
innovations. The position of Scandinavian archaeology within the state
administration descends from the frequent, long, and bloody conflicts between
Denmark-Norway and Sweden-Finland. The number of monuments that could be
claimed was instrumental in the diplomatic game of the day: the most venerable
history gave a higher ...

Ancient Scandinavia

Author: T. Douglas Price
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019023198X
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National history, non-national archaeology: The case of Denmark. Oxford Journal
of Archaeology 19:211–222. Rowley-Conwy, Peter. 2006. The concept of
prehistory and the invention of the terms 'prehistoric' and 'prehistorian': The
Scandinavian origin, 1833–1850. European Journal of Archaeology 9: 103–130.
Rowley-Conwy, Peter. 2007. From Genesis to prehistory: The archaeological
Three Age System and its contested reception in Denmark, Britain and Ireland.
Oxford: Oxford ...

A History Of Archaeological Thought

Author: Bruce G. Trigger
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521840767
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that archaeology had changed gradually and adventitiously, his overall theme
was the early development of evolutionary archaeology and its eventual
replacement by a culture-historical approach, which Daniel clearly favored and
regarded as essential to keep archaeology from reverting to an object-oriented
antiquarianism. His later works, dealing primarily with western European
archaeology, include Daniel (1967) and (1981a). In 1956, Mikhail Miller, an
undistinguished provincial ...