Sökning: "Pitted Ware culture"

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  1. 1. Death's reflection in the water : Mortuary ritual, ancestral worship and the cosmological significance of water on the island of Gotland during the Pitted Ware culture

    Kandidat-uppsats, Uppsala universitet/Arkeologi

    Författare :Maja Hed; [2021]
    Nyckelord :ritual; neolithic; grave goods; cosmology; flowing water; divinity; death; Pitted Ware culture; ritual; neolitikum; gravgåvor; kosmologi; rörligt vatten; gudomlighet; död; Gropkeramisk kultur;

    Sammanfattning : The Pitted Ware culture on Gotland presents a multitude of material that allow archeologists to re-construct and visit the socio-economic structure of a middle-neolithic settlement in the Baltic sea. I will be analyzing the archaeological material in accordance to the ocean, and to what we can interpret as ritual and cosmological variables at the site through ritual theory, and with a method of comparative analogy and research. LÄS MER

  2. 2. Rituell kontinuitet: En jämförelse av gravritualer hos Ertebølle- och gropkeramisk kultur

    Kandidat-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Arkeologi

    Författare :Malene Nadja Andersen; [2021]
    Nyckelord :Mesolithic; Neolithic; Ritual; Continuity; Ertebølle; Pitted Ware; Grave rituals; Body position; Grave goods; Graves; Skateholm; Vedbæk; Ajvide; Västerbjärs; Scandinavia; Theory of practice; Mesolitikum; Neolitikum; Kontinuitet; Gropkeramiker; Gravritualer; Kroppsposition; Gravgods; Gravar; Skandinavien; History and Archaeology;

    Sammanfattning : New data shows that there is genetic continuity between the Scandinavian Mesolithic Ertebølle culture and the Scandinavian Neolithic Pitted Ware culture. To examine whether it is possible to demonstrate the continuity in other aspects than the genetic, this paper examines graves from three Mesolithic grave fields (Skateholm I & II and Vedbæk) and two Neolithic grave fields (Ajvide and Västerbjers), their burial customs and ritual practices. LÄS MER

  3. 3. En rumslig analys av den gropkeramiskaboplatsen Kärja på sydöstra Södertörn : Fyndbild, utbytesnätverk och neolitiska skålgropar

    Kandidat-uppsats, Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur

    Författare :Felicia Malmström; [2021]
    Nyckelord :gropkeramisk kultur; utbytesnätverk; gropkeramiska boplatser; neolitiska skålgropar; stenåldersboplats;

    Sammanfattning : This essay provides an overview of the findings from the Pitted Ware settlement Kärja (RAÄ-nr Västerhaninge 28:1, L-nr L2014:4173) on southeast of Södertörn, East Middle Sweden. The archaeological materials from the settlements are analyzed with anthropological theories regarding kinship and exchanges, combined with a social-constructive perspective of conventional categorizations and chronology. LÄS MER

  4. 4. Fisken, fiskaren och fisket : Mellanneolitiskt fiske och ekologi på Korsnäs i östra Mellansverige

    Master-uppsats, Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur

    Författare :Erik Vajking; [2021]
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    Sammanfattning : In stone-age archaeology, fish are often underestimated as important food source because fishbonesare often lost during excavations due to inappropriate methodology or poor preservation conditions. To understand fisheries at archaeological sites, it is critically important to understand the fish in relation to the ecology and the fishing sites. LÄS MER

  5. 5. Vild eller tam? : En fallstudie av rävens funktion i den gropkeramiska Ajvidelokalen.

    Kandidat-uppsats, Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för arkeologi och antik historia

    Författare :Gustav Randér; [2020]
    Nyckelord :Gotland; Ajvide; Pitted Ware Culture; Neolithic; Foxes;

    Sammanfattning : The subject of this thesis is the animal bones deriving from foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and dogs (Canis familiaris) found in the Pitted Ware Culture site of Ajvide, located in the Eksta parish on Gotland, Sweden. The multiple excavations of this site have uncovered large amounts of osteological material, of which animal bones make up about 2500kg. LÄS MER