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Who owned the products? Production and exchange of quernstones, Hyllestad in Sogn, Western Norway
(Universitetet i Bergen, 2005)
Preface, Tabula Gratulatoria, Contents
(University of Bergen, 2015)
On the 26th of August, 2015, Ingvild Øye celebrates her 70th birthday and retires from her position as Professor of Medieval Archaeology at the University of Bergen. This calls for a Festschrift in her honour, represented ...
Soapstone in the North. Quarries, Products and People 7000 BC - AD 1700
(University of Bergen, 2017)
This book addresses soapstone use in Norway and the North Atlantic region, including Greenland. Although the majority of the papers deal with the Iron Age and Middle Ages, the book spans the Mesolithic to the early modern ...
Bakestones – Production and Trade in the Middle Ages
(University of Bergen, 2017-08)
During the Middle Ages, bakestones, or stone griddles, were an important part of Norwegian households, representing everyday products required for the preparation of food over the hearth. Demand for these Tools formed the ...