Essays about: "grave goods"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 10 essays containing the words grave goods.

  1. 1. Death's reflection in the water : Mortuary ritual, ancestral worship and the cosmological significance of water on the island of Gotland during the Pitted Ware culture

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Arkeologi

    Author : Maja Hed; [2021]
    Keywords : ritual; neolithic; grave goods; cosmology; flowing water; divinity; death; Pitted Ware culture; ritual; neolitikum; gravgåvor; kosmologi; rörligt vatten; gudomlighet; död; Gropkeramisk kultur;

    Abstract : The Pitted Ware culture on Gotland presents a multitude of material that allow archeologists to re-construct and visit the socio-economic structure of a middle-neolithic settlement in the Baltic sea. I will be analyzing the archaeological material in accordance to the ocean, and to what we can interpret as ritual and cosmological variables at the site through ritual theory, and with a method of comparative analogy and research. READ MORE

  2. 2. Impacts on recyclability and sustainability in hanger production by replacing polystyrene with the biocomposite DuraSense® Pure S40 Impact D

    University essay from Högskolan i Halmstad/Akademin för ekonomi, teknik och naturvetenskap

    Author : Luisa Fernanda Santiesteban García; [2020]
    Keywords : Gabi Envision; LCA; wood fibers; moulding; biocomposite;

    Abstract : Biocomposites have gained increasing attention in recent years. The environmental impacts of common plastics have led researchers and industrials to develop alternatives to fully petro-sourced materials (Beigbeder et al., 2019). READ MORE

  3. 3. The Intersections of Labour Division - An intersectional archaeological and osteological study of labour division, based on the Ljungbacka grave field in Scania, Sweden

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Historisk osteologi

    Author : Theresa Hedenstedt; [2020]
    Keywords : labour; labour division; intersectionality; queer theory; gender theory; corporeality; sex; gender; Iron Age; Viking Age; Scania; History and Archaeology;

    Abstract : This thesis, The intersections of labour division – an intersectional archaeological and osteological study of labour division, based on the Ljungbacka grave field in Scania, Sweden, has been written with the intention of exploring new ways to approach, interpret and understand labour division. This has been done by practically applying intersectional theories to the Ljungbacka grave field, Lockarp parish, Scania by analysing the grave goods in correlation with the osteological results, with a focus on not only biological sex, but also on age, corporeality and status. READ MORE

  4. 4. Dressing up the environmental potential for product-service systems: A comparative life cycle assessment on consumption in rental clothing vs. linear business models

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Internationella miljöinstitutet

    Author : Emma Johnson; [2020]
    Keywords : product-service system; life cycle assessment; rental clothing; environmental impact; business model; Earth and Environmental Sciences; Business and Economics; Social Sciences; Science General;

    Abstract : Alternative business models such as product-service systems (PSSs) have been cited as a solution for the impacts from consumption and fast fashion, but there is a lack of evidence supporting the environmental claims of such business models for clothing. The research aimed to understand if rental clothing business models such as PSSs have the environmental benefits often purported by identifying ways to define the function of rental clothing, and quantifying the environmental impacts of rental clothing in a life cycle assessment (LCA). READ MORE

  5. 5. A Coin for the Afterlife

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Historisk arkeologi

    Author : Hanna Emgård Ryberg; [2018]
    Keywords : Obolus; Scandinavia; Viking Age; Coins; Grave Goods; Birka; Hedeby; History and Archaeology;

    Abstract : Emgård Ryberg, H. 2018. A Coin for the Afterlife. Charon’s Obols in Viking Age Scandinavia? Lund University, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History. READ MORE