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Mitchell, J et al

Published by Academic Journal Offprint from:- Journal of Archaeological Science Volume 11, Number 2, March 1984. (1984)

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Item Description: Academic Journal Offprint from:- Journal of Archaeological Science Volume 11, Number 2, March 1984., 1984. 6pp, 1 figs, Card Cover, VGC, Bookseller Inventory # EFU984-011-14

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Item Description: H.A.G., Oslo 1969, 136 S., etliche Abb. im Text, Faltbeilagen, Okart., Gr.- 8*. Sauberer Band. 3701688 Sprache: Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 93679

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 2016. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This fourth volume in the series examines workshops and discusses the craftspeople in the Viking town of Kaupang including their activities, crafted products, raw materials, skills and networks. The study focuses on artefacts used in on-ferrous metalworking: crucibles, moulds, matrix dies, tuyeres and a unique collection of lead models. The tools and the waste material provide a completely new understanding of the craftspeople who were working with gold, silver, copper alloys, lead and tin. These metalworkers mastered many different materials and techniques; indeed, they were well-informed, well-trained and skilful, and manufactured a range of different items for women and men. There is every reason to believe that visitors and residents perceived the non-ferrous metalworking as a defining feature of the Viking-period town. The combination of excavations and surface surveys has produced a broad and diverse collection of material very similar to finds in different Viking-period towns in Scandinavia including Ribe, Birka and Hedeby. The finds show that Kaupang was an important centre for the production of jewellery, and the craftspeople appear to have had access to a range of high quality raw materials including brass and kaolin clay. Their activity can be traced from the earliest layers of the beginning of the 9th Century to the early 10th Century, Altogether, the production waste from Kaupang illustrates how a range of different social groups were involved in the process of forging an urban identity. Bookseller Inventory # AAG9788779343108

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 2016. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. This fourth volume in the series examines workshops and discusses the craftspeople in the Viking town of Kaupang including their activities, crafted products, raw materials, skills and networks. The study focuses on artefacts used in on-ferrous metalworking: crucibles, moulds, matrix dies, tuyeres and a unique collection of lead models. The tools and the waste material provide a completely new understanding of the craftspeople who were working with gold, silver, copper alloys, lead and tin. These metalworkers mastered many different materials and techniques; indeed, they were well-informed, well-trained and skilful, and manufactured a range of different items for women and men. There is every reason to believe that visitors and residents perceived the non-ferrous metalworking as a defining feature of the Viking-period town. The combination of excavations and surface surveys has produced a broad and diverse collection of material very similar to finds in different Viking-period towns in Scandinavia including Ribe, Birka and Hedeby.The finds show that Kaupang was an important centre for the production of jewellery, and the craftspeople appear to have had access to a range of high quality raw materials including brass and kaolin clay. Their activity can be traced from the earliest layers of the beginning of the 9th Century to the early 10th Century, Altogether, the production waste from Kaupang illustrates how a range of different social groups were involved in the process of forging an urban identity. Bookseller Inventory # AAG9788779343108

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 2011. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this third volume deriving from the excavations of the Viking town of Kaupang of 2000-2003, a range of artefacts is presented along with a discussion of the town s inhabitants: their origins, activities and trading connexions. The main categories of artefact are metal jewellery and ornaments, gemstones, vessel glass, pottery, finds of soapstone, whetstones and textile-production equipment. The artefacts are described and dated, and their areas of origin discussed. The volume is lavishly illustrated. An exceptional wealth and diversity of artefacts distinguishes sites such as Kaupang from all other types of site in the Viking World. Above all, they reflect the fact that a large population of some 400-600 people lived closely together in the town, engaged in a comprehensive range of production and trade. The stratigraphically distinct layers from the first half of the 9th century allow us to put precise dates to the finds, and to the buildings and evidence of activities associated with them. Bookseller Inventory # AAU9788779343092

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 2007. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this, the first of six volumes, the main results of the excavations which the University of Oslo carried out at Kaupang 1998-2003 are presented. A completely new picture is put forward of the port that the adventurer Ohthere visited in c. 890. It is now clear that Kaupang was one of the four Scandinavian towns that were founded around the year 800. Kaupang is connected to the power centre of Skiringssal, to the Ynglings - the legendary Norwegian royal lineage, and to the King of the Danes - the dominant political actor in south-west Scandinavia. Kaupang is shown to have had several of the same features revealed in Birka, Hedeby and Ribe - i.e., a compact permanent settlement, divided into small plots, each with a dwelling. The town could have had 400-800 inhabitants. Substantial traces of trade and craftwork are proof of the main areas of occupation. Advanced geo- and environmental-archaeological analyses have played a large role in interpreting the finds. Documentary sources indicate that Skiringssal was an important royal seat in the 700s and 800s.In the book these sources are put together with the archaeological and toponymical sources which, united, show a centre of power with a clear likeness to similar places in Denmark and Sweden. A hall or sal building, presumably the Skirings-sal itself, was excavated at Huseby, near Kaupang. Nearby, a thing site is situated by a holy lake. In this, the Yngling kings centre of power, to which many people came to attend thing meetings and sacrificial feasts, the town Kaupang was founded. In nine of the book s 20 chapters, the excavations finds, analyses and results are presented. In three chapters, 200 years of research on Kaupang and Skiringssal are summarised, while in the remaining eight chapters an endeavour is made to re-establish the holistic approach to Skiringssal which dominated research during the first 100 years. Bookseller Inventory # AAG9788779342590

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 2011. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this third volume deriving from the excavations of the Viking town of Kaupang of 2000-2003, a range of artefacts is presented along with a discussion of the town s inhabitants: their origins, activities and trading connexions. The main categories of artefact are metal jewellery and ornaments, gemstones, vessel glass, pottery, finds of soapstone, whetstones and textile-production equipment. The artefacts are described and dated, and their areas of origin discussed. The volume is lavishly illustrated. An exceptional wealth and diversity of artefacts distinguishes sites such as Kaupang from all other types of site in the Viking World. Above all, they reflect the fact that a large population of some 400-600 people lived closely together in the town, engaged in a comprehensive range of production and trade. The stratigraphically distinct layers from the first half of the 9th century allow us to put precise dates to the finds, and to the buildings and evidence of activities associated with them. Bookseller Inventory # AAU9788779343092

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 2007. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this, the first of six volumes, the main results of the excavations which the University of Oslo carried out at Kaupang 1998-2003 are presented. A completely new picture is put forward of the port that the adventurer Ohthere visited in c. 890. It is now clear that Kaupang was one of the four Scandinavian towns that were founded around the year 800. Kaupang is connected to the power centre of Skiringssal, to the Ynglings - the legendary Norwegian royal lineage, and to the King of the Danes - the dominant political actor in south-west Scandinavia. Kaupang is shown to have had several of the same features revealed in Birka, Hedeby and Ribe - i.e., a compact permanent settlement, divided into small plots, each with a dwelling. The town could have had 400-800 inhabitants. Substantial traces of trade and craftwork are proof of the main areas of occupation. Advanced geo- and environmental-archaeological analyses have played a large role in interpreting the finds. Documentary sources indicate that Skiringssal was an important royal seat in the 700s and 800s.In the book these sources are put together with the archaeological and toponymical sources which, united, show a centre of power with a clear likeness to similar places in Denmark and Sweden. A hall or sal building, presumably the Skirings-sal itself, was excavated at Huseby, near Kaupang. Nearby, a thing site is situated by a holy lake. In this, the Yngling kings centre of power, to which many people came to attend thing meetings and sacrificial feasts, the town Kaupang was founded. In nine of the book s 20 chapters, the excavations finds, analyses and results are presented. In three chapters, 200 years of research on Kaupang and Skiringssal are summarised, while in the remaining eight chapters an endeavour is made to re-establish the holistic approach to Skiringssal which dominated research during the first 100 years. Bookseller Inventory # AAG9788779342590

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Item Description: New Haven : Ticknor & Fields, 1980, 1980. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 220 p. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 29 cm. ; ISBN: 0899190057; 9780899190051 LCCN: 79-25121 ; LC: DL65; Dewey: 948/.02 ; OCLC: 5777026 ; black cloth in color pictorial dustjacket ; "The Vikings dominated Western Europe from the 9th to the 11th centuries. In this account of the Viking world, every aspect of Viking life is examined. Important chapters on ships, runes and religion have been contributed by specialist authors, and the text is complemented by illustrations, including maps and reconstruction drawings. Photographs, many of them especially commissioned, portray the brilliant products of the Vikings' culture and the beauty and harshness of the natural world they faced." ; "For 300 years, from the ninth to the eleventh centuries, the power of the Vikings dominated Western Europe. Their voyaging extended westwards to America and as far south as the Mediterranean and North Africa. As well as being warriors and accomplished seamen, they were jewelers, sculptors and poets of great skill and originality: the forts, town sites, ships, burial mounds, carved stones, place names, sagas, art and artifacts they left behind substantiate their legendary exploits." ; "James Graham-Campbell is Professor of Medieval Archaeology at the University of London and specialist in Viking and late Celtic archaeology. He helped set up the first British degree course in medieval archaeology at University College, London." ; Contents: Pagan people and their lands : Background to the Viking Age -- Viking warriors -- Sal-water bandits -- THe equipment of the warriors -- Viking raids on Britain -- The Frankish Empire and Europe -- Return to England -- Ships, shipwrights and seamen / Sean McGrail -- Land-seekers -- The first explorers -- Okney and Shetland --The settlement at Jarlshof -- The Hebrides -- The Isle of Man -- Ireland, Wales and England -- The Faroes -- Iceland -- The Strong farmhouse -- Greenland and Vinland -- Merchantmen -- Trade and towns -- Hedeby -- Birka -- Kaupang -- York and Dublin -- Town crafts and industries -- The eastern routes -- The silver trade -- Home life -- Clothing and jewellery -- Waving and cloth designs -- Household activities -- The farmer and smith -- Travel -- Viking art -- Art and adornment -- The Oseberg carvings -- The gripping-beast motif -- Woodcarving and painting -- Metalworkers of the Borre Style -- The Jellinge style -- The Mammen style --Stone sculpture -- The Ringerike style -- The Urnes style -- Late Viking art in England and Ireland -- Rune-masters and skalds / R I Page -- The Viking script -- Runic finds in Scandinavia and overseas -- Runes recording Viking activities -- From Odin to Christ / Christine Fell -- Paganism -- The worship of Odin -- The worship of Thor -- Other deities -- The Sigurd legend and the world's end -- Pagan to Christian -- Christianity -- Nation-states -- Government and kings -- Royal Jelling -- The Viking fortresses -- Defence and communications -- Scandinavian new towns -- Churches ; corner cover of dustjacket starting, else FINE/VG. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 006069

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 2016. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. This fourth volume in the series examines workshops and discusses the craftspeople in the Viking town of Kaupang including their activities, crafted products, raw materials, skills and networks. The study focuses on artefacts used in on-ferrous metalworking: crucibles, moulds, matrix dies, tuyeres and a unique collection of lead models. The tools and the waste material provide a completely new understanding of the craftspeople who were working with gold, silver, copper alloys, lead and tin. These metalworkers mastered many different materials and techniques; indeed, they were well-informed, well-trained and skilful, and manufactured a range of different items for women and men. There is every reason to believe that visitors and residents perceived the non-ferrous metalworking as a defining feature of the Viking-period town. The combination of excavations and surface surveys has produced a broad and diverse collection of material very similar to finds in different Viking-period towns in Scandinavia including Ribe, Birka and Hedeby. The finds show that Kaupang was an important centre for the production of jewellery, and the craftspeople appear to have had access to a range of high quality raw materials including brass and kaolin clay. Their activity can be traced from the earliest layers of the beginning of the 9th Century to the early 10th Century, Altogether, the production waste from Kaupang illustrates how a range of different social groups were involved in the process of forging an urban identity. Bookseller Inventory # BTE9788779343108

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Item Description: Aarhus University Press, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P118779343082

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