Uppåkrastudier 6


  • Lotte Hedeager, Scandinavian ‘Central Places’ in a Cosmological Setting.
  • Lars Larsson, Uppåkra – Research on a Central Place. Recent Excavations and Results.
  • Bertil Helgesson, Uppåkra in the 5th to 7th Centuries. The Transformation of a Central Place and its Hinterland.
  • Birgitta Hårdh, Uppåkra in the Migration and Merovingian Periods.
  • Alexandra Pesch, Uppåkra im Licht der Formular-Familien der völkerwanderungs- zeitlichen Goldbrakteaten.
  • Karl Hauck, Neues aus Uppåkra bei Lund, Südschweden. Zur Ikonographie der Goldbrakteaten, LXIV.
  • Berta Stjernquist, A Tall Iron Age Lady with Magnificent Jewellery.
  • Påvel Nicklasson, Central places in a peripheral area or peripheral places in a central area – a discussion of centrality in Halland.
  • Johan Callmer, North-European trading centres and the Early Medieval craftsman. Craftsmen at Åhus, north-eastern Scania, Sweden ca. AD 750-850+.
  • Eva Hjärthner-Holdar, Kristina Lamm and Bente Magnus, Metalworking and Central Places.
  • Per Ole Rindel, Regional Settlement Patterns and Central Places on Late Iron Age Zealand, Denmark.
  • Jens N. Nielsen, Bejsebakken, a central site near Aalborg in Northern Jutland.
  • Jutta Waller Published and unpublished moulds at Helgö – a brief overview.
  • Bergljot Solberg, Courtyard Sites north of the Polar Circle – Reflections of Power in the Late Roman and Migration Period.
  • Hauke Jöns, Eisenzeitliche und frühmittelalterliche Reichtumszentren, Zentral- und Handelsplätze an der südlichen Ostseeküste.
  • Martin Segschneider, Trade and centrality between the Rhine and the Limfjord around 500 AD. The beach market on the Northfrisian island Amrum and its context.
  • Laurent Verslype, Rural-urban dynamics and central places in the Scheldt and the Meuse Region between the 5th and the 9th centuries.
  • Lyn Blackmore, The Origins and Growth of Lundenwic, a Mart of many Nations. Christopher Scull Ipswich: Development and contexts of an urban precursor in the seventh century.
  • Nick Stoodley, The origins of Hamwic and its central role in the seventh century as revealed by recent archaeological discoveries.
  • Katharina Ulmschneider, Central Places and Metal-Detector Finds: What are the English ’Productive Sites’?
  • Howard Williams, Cemeteries as Central Places –Place and Identity in Migration Period Eastern England.
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