Fornvännen’s web site has become subsumed into the general document repository of the National Heritage Board. I am not happy about this. But still, we can now offer two new issues on-line for free! So much good research here!
Autumn 2012 (no 3):
- Ludvig Papmehl-Dufay on the first farmers of Öland.
- Martin Hansson on a Medieval execution cemetery in Småland.
- Michaela Helmbrecht on a 10th century sword chape depicting Wayland the Smith from Uppåkra in Scania.
- Hanna Källström on the Medieval local cult of Saint Holmger in Uppland.
- Tobias Bondesson & Lennart Bondeson on a Migration Period gold hoard from Zealand.
- Charlotte Fabech et al. on Swedish and Danish metal detector legislation.
- Håkan Svensson on Swedish and Danish metal detector legislation.
- Lars Liedgren & Per Ramqvist on Noel Broadbent’s ideas about Iron Age coastal Saami.
- Maria Domeij Lundborg et al. on Carrie Roy’s writings about Viking Period gripping-beast decoration.
Christmas 2012 (no 4):
- Anders Högberg et al. on new methods to identify the sources of South Scandinavian flint.
- Peter d’Agnan on Medieval fishing camps and rural harbours on Gotland.
- Sven Kalmring on his huge GIS database of excavations performed at Birka.
- Andreas Toreld on uniquely martial Bronze Age rock art recently found in a single Bohuslän stream valley.
- Olof Sundquist on certain not very well informed recent attempts by archaeologists to identify sejdhjällar, shaman ritual platforms, in the archaeological record.
- Magdalena Forsgren on Leif Karlenby’s book about Bronze Age ritual sites in Uppland.
- Robin Gullbrandsson on new finds of wooden church parts in a later stone church in Småland.
Now let’s see some questions and comments on this work! I can probably get the authors to chime in here.