Decolonizing the Viking Age, Volume 1
"This volume argues that the Scandinavian ""Viking Age"" can be seen as a system of knowledge constructed in the late 19th century and in its basic structures maintained up to the present day. This system of knowledge was heavily influenced by the nationalis"
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The jewel of Scandinavian prehistory and why it should
Nationalism and historical narrative
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Adam of Bremen Arbman archaeological areas artefacts Birka Blekinge Burgenda land burial customs Callmer cemeteries chapter Christianization collective identity collective ritual traditions colonial concept concerning constructed context created Danes Danish death rituals demonstrated Denmark discussed early ethnic Europe European evolutionary example excavated Finnhaidi geographical Gosden Gotar Gotland groups Gurevich historians history of Denmark history of Norway homogeneous Iceland ideas important influential inhumation Iron Age kingdom kings knowledge landscape late Iron Age medieval Montelius monuments nation-states Nationalencyklopedin nationalistic nineteenth century Norge norske Norway Norwegian Oland Old Uppsala Orient Oseberg period perspective political prehistoric present question quotation regions relation religion ritual system Roesdahl Sawyer Scandinavian Viking Age Scania seen semantics settlement district ship-burials similar social south-east Scandinavia south-west Scania specific structures survey Svealand Svear Sveriges Sweden Swedish Sweon systemized Viking Age time-scales unification Uppland Vestlandet Viking Age culture woodlands written sources Wulfstan