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Det anglo-saxiska inflytandet på det tidiga Lund

Johansson, Niklas (2008)
Archaeology
Abstract
Due to the Danish kings? engagements on the British Isles, the early town of Lund, was influenced by English and Anglo Saxon traditions, architecture and technology. The main aim of this essay is to find out in what ways, and most importantly how this can be seen in the archaeological material, and how it changes over time. Within a framework of historical sources, archaeological finds like excavated stave and stone churches, cemeteries, pottery, and everyday personal objects, both English immigrants and English influence is found. The problem of the English origin of the palisade wall technique is discussed, as is early Lund as a Viking age town. Everything is summed up chronologically, according to the Danish regents of the late 10th and... (More)
Due to the Danish kings? engagements on the British Isles, the early town of Lund, was influenced by English and Anglo Saxon traditions, architecture and technology. The main aim of this essay is to find out in what ways, and most importantly how this can be seen in the archaeological material, and how it changes over time. Within a framework of historical sources, archaeological finds like excavated stave and stone churches, cemeteries, pottery, and everyday personal objects, both English immigrants and English influence is found. The problem of the English origin of the palisade wall technique is discussed, as is early Lund as a Viking age town. Everything is summed up chronologically, according to the Danish regents of the late 10th and the 11th centuries. (Less)
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author
Johansson, Niklas
supervisor
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Lund, anglo-saxiskt, stavkyrka, Archaeology, Arkeologi
language
Swedish
id
1319357
date added to LUP
2008-04-17
date last changed
2008-04-17
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  abstract     = {Due to the Danish kings? engagements on the British Isles, the early town of Lund, was influenced by English and Anglo Saxon traditions, architecture and technology. The main aim of this essay is to find out in what ways, and most importantly how this can be seen in the archaeological material, and how it changes over time. Within a framework of historical sources, archaeological finds like excavated stave and stone churches, cemeteries, pottery, and everyday personal objects, both English immigrants and English influence is found. The problem of the English origin of the palisade wall technique is discussed, as is early Lund as a Viking age town. Everything is summed up chronologically, according to the Danish regents of the late 10th and the 11th centuries.},
  author       = {Johansson, Niklas},
  keyword      = {Lund,anglo-saxiskt,stavkyrka,Archaeology,Arkeologi},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Det anglo-saxiska inflytandet på det tidiga Lund},
  year         = {2008},
}