Fennoscandia archaeologica XXXII (2015)
Johan E. Arntzen
Sandvika in Northern Norway – The northernmost 'Bronze Age' settlement in Scandinavia
Early Mesolithic Bone Arrowheads from the Volga-Oka Interfluve, Central Russia
Satu Koivisto & Katariina Nurminen
Go with the Flow: Stationary Fishing Structures and the Significance of Estuary Fishing in Subneolithic Finland
Trond Klungseth Lødøen
Treatment of Corpses, Consumption of the Soul and Production of Rock Art: Approaching Late Mesolithic Mortuary Practises Reflected in the Rock Art of Western Norway
The Role of Wild Animals in Death Rituals: Furs and Animal Skins in the Late Iron Ag Inhumation Burials in Southeastern Fennoscandia
Per H. Ramqvist & Greger Hörnberg
Archaeological and Palynological Investigations at Sangis, Northern Sweden
In Search of the Origins of Shamanism, Community Identity and Personal Experiences: Prehistoric Rock Art in the Religion of Northern Peoples
Kerkko Nordqvist & Teemu Mökkönen
Äyräpää's Typical Comb Ware: an Umbrella Term for the Early 4th Millennium BC Pottery in Northeastern Europe?
Tuija Rankama (ed.): Mesolithic Interfaces: Variability in Lithic Technologies in Eastern Fennoscandia. Monographs of the Archaeological Society of Finland 1. Reviewed by Bryan C. Hood.
Suzie Thomas & Joanne Lea (eds.): Public Participation in Archaeology. Heritage Matters 15. Reviewed by Gørill Nilsen.
Joonas Ahola, Frog & Jenni Lucenius (eds.): The Viking Age in Åland: Insights into Identity and Remnants of Culture. Annales Academiae Scientiarum Fennicae, Humaniora 3772. Reviewed by Charlotte Hedenstierna-Jonson.
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