Fornvännen 2013:2, last summer’s issue, is now on-line in its entirety on Open Access.
- My friends Mattias Pettersson and Roger Wikell on the Stockholm area’s earliest post-glacial settlement site, covered here on Aard during fieldwork in 2010.
- Tony Björk and Ylva Wickberg on an early-1st millennium linear monument related to a cemetery and a river ford in Scania.
- Svante Fischer et al. on how mid-1st millennium sword fittings were re-used and deposited.
- Magnus Green on a 17th century angel on the run from its job as embellishment on a nobleman’s sarcophagus.
- Olov Gibson on the unresolved problem of how and when the ground grooves of Gotland were made (no, the Jumping Jews of Jerusalem are not to blame).
- Leif Karlenby responds to criticism regarding his views on Bronze Age religion.
- Håkan Svensson on the highly unconstructive Swedish legal framework for metal detecting.
- Plus book reviews.