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Record #171058:

The use of plants as regular food in ancient subarctic economies: a case study based on Saami use of Scots pine inner bark / Ingela Bergman, Lars Östlund, Olle Zackrisson.

Title: The use of plants as regular food in ancient subarctic economies: a case study based on Saami use of Scots pine inner bark / Ingela Bergman, Lars Östlund, Olle Zackrisson.
Author(s): Bergman, Ingela.
Östlund, Lars.
Zackrisson, Olle.
Date: 2004.
In: Arctic Anthropology. (2004.), Vol. 41(1) (2004)
Abstract: Bark was peeled in June at peak sap, leaving strip of undamaged cambium, so dating is possible. Paper argues that use reflects Saami religious beliefs, probably about sun deity, ethics and ideas of time. Terminology and special tools show technology. Peeling shows consistent patterns across region.
Notes:

Arctic Anthropology. Vol. 41(1) :1-13 (2004).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
392.8 -- Dietary practices.
581.543 -- Plants, seasonal behaviour.
582.475 -- Pinaceae: Pinus sylvestris.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
SPRI record no.: 171058

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