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Record #41617:

Norrland in the Younger Iron Age - as source of raw materials and as market / Margareta Biörnstad.

Title: Norrland in the Younger Iron Age - as source of raw materials and as market / Margareta Biörnstad.
Author(s): Biörnstad, Margareta.
Date: 1965.
Publisher: Luleå: Norrbottens Museum
In: Hunting and fishing. Nordic symposium on life in a traditional hunting and fishing milieu in prehistoric times and up to the present day. (1965.),
Abstract: Article puts forward points about problems connected with Iron Age settlement of Norrland. Communicaton with South seemed to stop after Bronze Age until Roman Iron Age, when settlement moved northwards along both coasts of Scandinavia. At end of 4th Cent. AD western influence appeared on Baltic coast. Under Vikings Christian mission began and bog oak stacks form only trading material found from period, though skins were almost certainly traded too, as in mediaeval times.
Notes:

In: Hunting and fishing. Nordic symposium on life in a traditional hunting and fishing milieu in prehistoric times and up to the present day / Harald Hvarfner, ed.

Keywords: 903 -- Archaeology: Iron Age.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*57) -- Sweden.
SPRI record no.: 41617

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