Pirates and merchants – Hanse traders and Victual Brothers in Skjernesund and other outports of southernmost Norway in the early fifteenth century671
9. Together in Death: Demography and Funerary Practices in Contemporary Multiple Internments in Irish Medieval Burial Grounds546
Medieval and early modern ceramics in urban and rural Norway as evidence for trade within the Hanseatic world60
Low German influence on the Scandinavian languages in late medieval times – some comments on loan words, word-forming, syntactic structures and names57
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The main scope of the AmS-Skrifter series is archaeology and the study of past human behaviour. Interdisciplinary papers as well as theoretical approaches, including methodology and experiments of general interest, are welcome.
Approaches within in the fields of museology and heritage management, incorporating new methodology in conservation studies and field work, are also of interest. Papers, articles and collections, including conference proceedings, are published in AmS-Skrifter in a world language, with English abstract.
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