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Kanon, mindesmærker og oldtidsfund

Wienberg, Jes LU (2008) In Kanon och kulturarv 19. p.36-49
Abstract
The Sun-Chariot from Trundholm is world famous, and the finding place is marked with a monument. In the same way the finding places for The golden horns from Gallehus, the Egtved girl, the Dejbjerg chariots, the Gundestrup cauldron, the Nydam boat and many other finds have been remembered during the 20th Century with memorials, often a stone monument.

Which finds have become national symbols or have received their own memorial? When did it happend? Who took the initiative? Why excactly these finds? Why raise memorials over archaeological finds? The memorials over archaeological finds in Denmark are related to a debate on canonization and nationalism, currently a topic because of the Danish Cultural Canon and also the choice of... (More)
The Sun-Chariot from Trundholm is world famous, and the finding place is marked with a monument. In the same way the finding places for The golden horns from Gallehus, the Egtved girl, the Dejbjerg chariots, the Gundestrup cauldron, the Nydam boat and many other finds have been remembered during the 20th Century with memorials, often a stone monument.

Which finds have become national symbols or have received their own memorial? When did it happend? Who took the initiative? Why excactly these finds? Why raise memorials over archaeological finds? The memorials over archaeological finds in Denmark are related to a debate on canonization and nationalism, currently a topic because of the Danish Cultural Canon and also the choice of Danish World Heritage places. (Less)
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canon , heritage , memorial
in
Kanon och kulturarv
editor
Jönsson, Lars-Eric; Wallette, Anna and Wienberg, Jes
volume
19
pages
36 - 49
publisher
Makadam förlag
ISSN
1651-775X
ISBN
978-91-7061-050-9
language
Danish
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yes
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Which finds have become national symbols or have received their own memorial? When did it happend? Who took the initiative? Why excactly these finds? Why raise memorials over archaeological finds? The memorials over archaeological finds in Denmark are related to a debate on canonization and nationalism, currently a topic because of the Danish Cultural Canon and also the choice of Danish World Heritage places.},
  author       = {Wienberg, Jes},
  editor       = {Jönsson, Lars-Eric and Wallette, Anna and Wienberg, Jes},
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  issn         = {1651-775X},
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  language     = {dan},
  pages        = {36--49},
  publisher    = {Makadam förlag},
  series       = {Kanon och kulturarv},
  title        = {Kanon, mindesmærker og oldtidsfund},
  volume       = {19},
  year         = {2008},
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