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Record #156178:

Funksjon, relasjon, symbol - Kjelmøykeramikk og tidlig jernbruk i Finnmark / Øyvind Sundquist.

Title: Funksjon, relasjon, symbol - Kjelmøykeramikk og tidlig jernbruk i Finnmark / Øyvind Sundquist.
Translated title: Function, relation, symbol - Kjelmøy ceramics and early use of iron in Finnmark.
Author(s): Sundquist, Øyvind.
Date: 2000.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Tromura. Kulturhistorie. (2000.), Vol. 32 (2000)
Abstract: Kjelmøy ceramics are asbestos tempered pottery from first millennium BC northern Fennoscandia. Link with iron artefacts has never been thoroughly investigated. Relation can be symbolic or functional. African examples make archaeologist cautious about understanding of iron production - it can be "biological". Swede Birgitta Hulthèn argues that asbestos-tempered pottery was unusually heat-resistant and could have been used as ovens for iron production. Author differs, seeing utensils as ideal for food preparation. He detects small tool technology, with artefacts of bone, antler and wood supplemented by iron cutting edges and points.
Notes:

Tromura. Kulturhistorie. Vol. 32 :1-97 (2000).

English summary p.vii, English captions.

Keywords: 546.72 -- Iron.
553.676 -- Asbestos deposits.
641.5 -- Cooking.
903 -- Archaeology.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 156178

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