Author:Antti Lahelma


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Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXXIII

By: Antti Lahelma

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Finland, Bookstore Tiedekirja: 2016

Seller ID: 114083

Condition: New

Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXXIII includes among others articles: Therese Ekholm, Mesolithic Settlement in Northernmost Sweden: Economy, Technology, Chronology; Anja Mansrud & Carine Eymundsson, Socialized Landscapes? Lithic Clusters, Hearths and Relocation Rituals at Middle Mesolithic Sites in Eastern Norway; Mirva Pääkkönen, Auli Bläuer, Richard P. Evershed & Henrik Asplund, Reconstructing Food Procurement and Processing in Early Comb Ware Period Through Organic Residues in Early Comb and Jäkärlä Ware Pottery; Ekaterina N. Dubovtseva, The Use of Cord in Ornamentation of Neolithic Pott... View more info

Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXXI

By: Antti Lahelma

Price: $48.00

Publisher: Finland, Bookstore Tiedekirja: 2014

Seller ID: 114101

Condition: New

Articles: iRadoslaw Grabowski al./i, Teillager 6 Sværholt: The Archaeology of a World War II Prisoner of War Camp in Finnmark, Arctic Norway; iKristiina Mannermaa, Pirkko Ukkonen Suvi Viranta/i, Prehistory and Early History of Dogs in Finland; iIngela Bergman, Olle Zackrisson Lars Östlund/i, Travelling in Boreal Forests: Routes of Communication in Pre-industrial Northern Sweden; iKrista Vajanto Maarten R. van Bommel/i, Dyed Textiles from Late Iron Age Finland; iTytti Juhola al./i, Starch Analysis Reveals Starchy Foods and Food Processing from Finnish Archaeological Artefacts; iJohanna Enqvis... View more info

A Touch of Red: Archaeological and Ethnographic Approaches to Interpreting Finnish Rock Paintings

By: Antti Lahelma

Price: $98.00

Publisher: Finland, Bookstore Tiedekirja: 2008

Seller ID: 114152

ISBN: 9519057676

Condition: New

Approximately 125 prehistoric rock paintings have been found in the modern territory of Finland. The paintings are almost without exception located on steep lakeshore cliffs associated with ancient water routes. The range of motifs is rather limited, consisting mainly of schematic depictions of stick-figure humans, elks, boats, handprints and geometric signs. This dissertation is a critical review of the interpretations offered of Finnish rock art and an exploration of the potentials of archaeological and ethnographic research in increasing our knowledge of its meaning. Printed Pages: 279. View more info

Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXX

By: Janne Ikäheimo & Antti Lahelma (Eds)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Finland, Bookstore Tiedekirja: 2013

Seller ID: 114108

Condition: New

Articles: Jussi-Pekka Taavitsainen & Visa Immonen, Looking at archaeology through 30 years of Fennoscandia Archaeologica. An interview; Teemu Mökkönen, Stone Setting Filled with Red Ochre from the Keelaharju Site, Northernmost Baltic Sea Region: A Stone Age Grave in the Context of North European Burial Traditions; Jan Magne Gjerde, Stone Age Rock Art and Beluga Landscapes at River Vyg, North-western Russia; Oddmund Andersen & al., Sámi Settlement and the Use of Pine Inner Bark in Lønsdal, Nordland, Norway. Dating and Historical Context; Marte Spangen, ‘It Could Be One Thing or Another’... View more info

Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXIX

By: Janne Ikäheimo Antti Lahelma

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Finland, Bookstore Tiedekirja: 2012

Seller ID: 114125

Condition: New

Articles: Timo Jussila, Aivar Kriiska & Tapani Rostedt, Saarenoja 2 ? An Early Mesolithic Site in South-Eastern Finland. Preliminary Results and Interpretations of Studies Conducted in 2000 and 2008?10; Knut Helskog, Ancient Deciptions of Reindeer Enclosures and their Environment; Santeri Vanhanen, Archaeobotanical Study of a Late Iron Age Agricultural Complex at Orijärvi, Eastern Finland; Vesa-Pekka Herva, Timo Ylimaunu & James Symonds, The Urban Landscape and Iconography of Early Modern Tornio; Tiina Äikäs, Ulrich Bergmann & Anna-Kaisa Salmi, An Attempt to Use Blood Residue Analysis to Id... View more info