Essays about: "Swedish archaeology"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 26 essays containing the words Swedish archaeology.

  1. 1. Taphonomic Markers and 3D-Modelling - A Non-Intrusive Method for Micromorphological Distinction of Metal and Stone Butchering Tools

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Historisk osteologi

    Author : Gianni Bello Cifuentes; [2021]
    Keywords : Osteology; Experimental Archaeology; 3D-modelling; Photogrammetry; Microphotogrammetry; Taphonomy; Bone Surface Modification; Cut Marks; Butchery Patterns; Digital Visualisation; Digital Zooarchaeology; Digital Osteology; History and Archaeology;

    Abstract : Digital tools in (zoo)archaeology have great potential for education, mediation, and research. Microphotogrammetric 3D-modeling offers new non-intrusive analytical approaches to old problems and questions. READ MORE

  2. 2. Human rights on a local level: A study of Piteå's and Jönköping's approaches to human rights

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Mänskliga rättigheter

    Author : Nanna Rasmussen; [2021]
    Keywords : Human rights; human rights on a local level; human rights on a city level; human rights city; right to the city; History and Archaeology;

    Abstract : The meaning of human rights locally can vary depending on a city's context. Therefore, the approaches of working with human rights locally can differ. Swedish municipalities tend to lack a structure of approaching human rights. READ MORE

  3. 3. Ethnic Minorities’ Heritage and Archaeological Resources Management : Roma people in Sweden since 1999

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Arkeologi

    Author : Wing Kwan Wong; [2020]
    Keywords : Ethnic minorities; Sweden; Roma people; Swedish travellers; Archaeology resources management; Heritage management; Etniska minoriteter; Sverige; romer; Resandefolket; arkeologiska resurs förvaltning; kulturarvs förvaltning;

    Abstract : At the end of 1999, the Swedish government adopted two European Union conventions to protect ethnic minorities, and Roma people were recognized as a national ethnic minority of Sweden. Approaching the 20th year mark after the recognition, this research aims to develop an in-depth and inclusive database for Roma people’s heritage and archaeological resources management. READ MORE

  4. 4. A hall fit for a king : An anthracological analysis of the great hall at Gamla Uppsala

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Arkeologi

    Author : Amina Hilbert; [2020]
    Keywords : Anthracology; archaeobotany; archaeology; royal manor; Gamla Uppsala; microscopic wood analysis; great hall; Scandinavian Iron Age; timber; Vendel Period; Arkeobotanik; arkeologi; hallbyggnad; kungsgård; Gamla Uppsala; skandinavisk järnålder; timmer; vedanatomisk analys; vedartsanalys; vendeltiden;

    Abstract : This thesis analyses the carbonised remains of the great hall building in Gamla (old) Uppsala, Sweden, which burnt down sometime between 7th to 8th century AD. It is easily assumed that the people of Gamla Uppsala, who lived in one of the most important central places in Iron Age Scandinavia, had both the economy and power to build a most spectacular hall. READ MORE

  5. 5. Osteological Markers of Nutritional Stress on the Swedish Island of Öland: Physiological Effects of Environmental Fluctuations during the Scandinavian Iron Age

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Arkeologi

    Author : Claire Maeve Callahan; [2020]
    Keywords : Old World Drought Atlas; Dendroclimatology; Nutrition; Osteology; Multiple Correspondence Analysis; Skeletal Pathology; Dietary Isotopes; Environmental Reconstructions; Historic Climate; Iron Age; Sweden; Baltic Region; History and Archaeology;

    Abstract : The shift to agriculture as the main form of subsistence practice allowed past peoples the freedom and potential to exploit their natural and man-made environment for personal and societal gain. Decades of archaeological excavations conducted on the Swedish island of Öland have amassed a wealth of information regarding the subsistence and settlement patterns of Iron Age societies. READ MORE