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Sammanfattning : During studies of the megalithic graves on western Orust, I noticed that some of the graves werelocated in the vicinity of each other, in one case less than 100m. These graves must have some sort ofrelation to each other. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis is to study the middle Neolithic funnel beaker pottery of Falbygden in the central parts of Västergötland, Sweden. This area displays a large number of densely situated megalithic tombs. LÄS MER
3. De första jordbrukarna och gånggrifterna på Falbygden. : Immigranter eller lokal uppfinningsrikedom, det är frågan?Kandidat-uppsats, Uppsala universitet/Arkeologi
Sammanfattning : This essay will discuss where the people who built the passage graves and the first farmers at the Falbygden area in Sweden came from. That the first farmers built the passage graves is today a given fact, but how did the Neolithic transition take form in Scandinavia? Two theories have been put forward over the past century, that they learned through cultural diffusion, or that the first farmers were immigrants. LÄS MER
4. En hårdkokt historia : En studie av äggskalfynd från vikingatida gravkontext med särskilt fokus på Uppland och GotlandMaster-uppsats, Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för arkeologi och antik historia
Sammanfattning : This thesis examines archaeological eggshell finds from cremation graves in the Swedish province of Uppland as well as inhumation graves from the island of Gotland. All graves are dated to the Viking Age, however, the chronology varies by the region, with the period´s ending placed around year 1050 AD in Uppland and around year 1150 AD at the island of Gotland. LÄS MER
5. Here and There: The setting of dolmens and passage graves in north-eastern and south-eastern ScaniaMaster-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Arkeologi
Sammanfattning : In this master’s thesis I have explored what characterises the setting of dolmens and passage graves in north-eastern and south-eastern Scania, southern Sweden, if there are common features, and what meaning/connection the setting can imply. By combining field visits at twenty-four sites with search results from the Swedish National Heritage Board’s database, map studies, literature studies and previous research, I have found that the sites are characterised by diversity in the setting, though some sites share a combination of characteristics. LÄS MER