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« skrivet: november 16, 2011, 13:08 »
Kristiansen K & Larsson,T har givit ut boken "The rise of the brons age society" (2005) Där tar de upp eventuella kulturkontakter mellan Skandinavien och medelhavet.
Jag har hållit på något årtionde med "folket bortom nordanvinden" -hyperboreerna - och de indicier på att dessa kom från Östersjöområdet från 1500 f Kr och framåt. Det var välkommet med lite arkeologiskt stöd!

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« Svar #1 skrivet: november 16, 2011, 15:13 »
Kul med arkeologer som kan vara till direkt hjälp åt nån historiker en gång ibland...  ;)
 
Annars skal det tilläggas att Larsson och KK fick "The American Archaeology's Book Award" för 2007.
Här finns en länk -  och ett tips inför julhälgen:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/33192901/Kristiansen-amp-Larsson-The-Rise-of-Bronze-Age-Soociety-2005
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« Svar #2 skrivet: december 07, 2011, 17:16 »
Jag har hållit på något årtionde med "folket bortom nordanvinden" -hyperboreerna - och de indicier på att dessa kom från Östersjöområdet från 1500 f Kr och framåt. Det var välkommet med lite arkeologiskt stöd!

Temat är tydligen under utveckling. Nyss fick vi en ny avhandling från högskolan på Gotland om förbindelserna ikring Östersjön under bronsåldern:

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According to Zevelbil, exchange was known and practiced in the Baltic Sea basin from the Late Mesolithic time, and it was based on pumice and seal oil which travelled from Scandinavia through the Baltic islands to the southern coast of the Baltic Sea (Zvelebil 2006:183). The exchanged objects might have changed through time (Zvelebil 2006:184), but the main idea of social contacts and participation in core-periphery systems still existed in the Early Bronze Age societies (Larsson 1986:97; Zvelebil 2006:188), which was ritualized and led by ritual and war chiefs (Earle 1997:31f; Kristiansen 2010:179).

Long distance travels both by land and sea in order to maintain political alliances and expand the distribution of bronze were undertaken (Kristiansen 2010:173). Those journeys could be foregone by the exchange of weapons and prestige goods between the royal families (Kristiansen and Larsson 2005:108) in central and west Europe (Kristiansen and Larsson 2005:123) established probably in the period of Late Únětice (1950 -1700 BC) (Kristiansen; Larsson 2005:204).  Kristiansen (1987:77) states that those families or clans might have connected the monopoly of ritual as well as symbolic knowledge.

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Using analogies from the Kula–ring network system in Melanesia and the status relationship meetings in the Northern Canadian Potlatch, I discuss a possible exchange network system in The Baltic Central area. I have mainly researched Gotland and North Poland but also considered research about Öland and Lithuania.

What has been noticed is a presence of the Italian type of axes at all the above mentioned locations, which are dated to the I period of Montelius’ (1750/1700- 1500 BC). Additionally, pins with the spiral head were found on Gotland, in Poland and Lithuania, but these are dated to the later periods II and III Montelius’ (1300/1200 BC).

Other interesting objects which might have indicated contacts are the palstaves with the same ornament found on Gotland and in Finland, as well as, on Öland. Although it does not bring anything new to the studies on contacts with Poland (none of such artefacts have been found in the Polish territory), it confirms the great importance of Gotland as the one of the main exchange places within the Baltic Sea.

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With the inspiration and analogy of the Kula-ring network and based on my analyses, I suggest an exchange network that might have had its initiation during the Early Bronze Age, including the northern part of Poland, Gotland, Öland and Lithuania. Additional lands as, for instance, Latvia and Estonia, could also have been included in this network. To prove that, more extended studies are required.


http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/september-2011/article/possibility-of-contacts-between-gotland-and-poland-in-the-early-bronze-age
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« Svar #3 skrivet: juni 03, 2012, 18:05 »
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THEY had fridges, state-of-the-art heating systems and possibly even access to a sauna. Archaeologists have discovered that Bronze Age people, at a settlement on the west coast of Scotland dating back up to 4,000 years, had a range of mod cons that would be envied by home owners today.


http://www.scotsman.com/scotland-on-sunday/scotland/archaeologists-in-oban-discover-bronze-age-was-height-of-cool-1-2335347
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« Svar #4 skrivet: juli 06, 2014, 22:45 »
Nya tankar om tidiga besök i Medelhavet - av representanter från den tidigaste Östersjökulturen:

 SCANDINAVIAN ADORANTS IN PROTOGRECE?
http://www.rockartscandinavia.com/images/articles/a12rebolledo.pdf
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