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Record #139179:

The role of the Saami in fur trading during the Late Iron Age and Nordic mediaeval period in the light of the Saami sacrificial sites in Lapland, northern Sweden / Inga-Maria Mulk.

Title: The role of the Saami in fur trading during the Late Iron Age and Nordic mediaeval period in the light of the Saami sacrificial sites in Lapland, northern Sweden / Inga-Maria Mulk.
Author(s): Mulk, Inga-Maria.
Date: 1996.
In: Acta Borealia. (1996.), Vol. 13(1) (1996)
Abstract: All Saami sacrificial sites show increase in metal objects in late Iron Age and early mediaeval times, suggesting active gift exchange with Finno-Ugrian settlers to east. Presence of wealth objects suggests form of "potlatch". This interpretation fits known lack of social hierarchy up to time of transition to pastoralism.
Notes:

Acta Borealia. Vol. 13(1) :47-80 (1996).

Keywords: 299 -- Religions, indigenous.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
398 -- Native peoples, folk beliefs and tales.
903 -- Archaeology.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 139179

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