Fornvännen 2013:3 is now on-line on Open Access.
- Morten Axboe and Magnus Källström on a classic find of runic gold bracteates from Trollhättan, recently expanded by a metal detectorist who would have been better informed about how to go about things if Swedish law had encouraged responsible metal detector clubs.
- Lennart Bondeson et al. on a recently found and previously unknown type of penny from the time of King Canute, probably struck for his rebellious Danish viceroy Ulf jarl – who was also his brother-in-law. Lennart is an extremely well-informed and responsible detectorist.
- Kenth Hansen on the tower-wall galleries in Romanesque churches in Scania, and who got to sit there.
- Visa Immonen on a lovely 14th century salt cellar from Turku.
- Göran Gruber on the global media furore that ensued (partly because of Aard) when a penis-shaped Mesolithic pressure flaker was found at Motala and described as a possible dildo.
- Carolina Andersson and Anna-Lena Olsson respond on the behalf of their employer, the National Heritage Board, to criticism of Swedish metal detector legislation.
- Plus book reviews.