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Animal graves: dog, horse and bear

Jennbert, Kristina LU orcid (2003) In Current Swedish Archaeology 11. p.139-152
Abstract
Abstract in Undetermined
he atJthor dlscusses the relalionship betwccn peaplc and animals in a lime perspective of millcllnia. The starting point is the pre-Chri stian. $can­ dinavl:m. animal graves ofJogs and hoJ'SCs. the Saami hear-graves, as wdl as animal burials urmodern time. TIle occurrence ofanimal graves In pre­ Christian time and the wide mnge ofways to dispose of human and animal bodics complica!c our understanding of the com;cpt of a grave The rclatlonshJp between people and anima15 is complcx. The animal burials rene\:l the cx isltllccofa longstanding and very close bond hc::tW(."Cll pcoplc and ;;ammats, wbleb is based on emotion, prestige and rhe tIIualising ofIl dynamit nahm:. II seems that peoplc posItion themseh~ in... (More)
Abstract in Undetermined
he atJthor dlscusses the relalionship betwccn peaplc and animals in a lime perspective of millcllnia. The starting point is the pre-Chri stian. $can­ dinavl:m. animal graves ofJogs and hoJ'SCs. the Saami hear-graves, as wdl as animal burials urmodern time. TIle occurrence ofanimal graves In pre­ Christian time and the wide mnge ofways to dispose of human and animal bodics complica!c our understanding of the com;cpt of a grave The rclatlonshJp between people and anima15 is complcx. The animal burials rene\:l the cx isltllccofa longstanding and very close bond hc::tW(."Cll pcoplc and ;;ammats, wbleb is based on emotion, prestige and rhe tIIualising ofIl dynamit nahm:. II seems that peoplc posItion themseh~ in t!leir SUf­ roundmgs with a kind ofmentality th~t has a long lime span. This gives unexpc(;led vicws of lhe eulrunll inheritance, of the idea ofpcoplc as Ihe crown ofcreation, and ofthe way in which the maUllhreads are interwoven in ourcultural history. (Less)
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Animal graves, prehistoric, modern, horse, bear, dog
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Current Swedish Archaeology
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11
pages
139 - 152
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Svenska arkeologiska samfundet
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1102-7355
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English
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  author       = {Jennbert, Kristina},
  issn         = {1102-7355},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {139--152},
  publisher    = {Svenska arkeologiska samfundet},
  series       = {Current Swedish Archaeology},
  title        = {Animal graves: dog, horse and bear},
  url          = {https://lup.lub.lu.se/search/ws/files/4513537/3561054.pdf},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2003},
}