Identity Formation and Diversity in the Early Medieval Baltic and Beyond: Communicators and Communication
In Identity Formation and Diversity in the Early Medieval Baltic and Beyond, contacts between Early Medieval Baltic Finns, Sami, Scandinavians, Slavs and Balts are discussed and exemplified. Communication expressed through material culture is analysed in order to understand the culturally diverse regions in the Baltic and beyond.
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Prehistoric Culture Contacts Revisited
Burying with Horses and Riding Equipment in Estonia and the Baltic Rim
Staraya Ladoga Eastern Silver and LongDistance Communication Networks in Early Medieval Europe
On Rus Identity and Material Culture
6 Varangian Christianity and the Veneration of AngloSaxon and Scandinavian Saints in Early Rus
A Case of Culture Construction
Social Interaction between Baltic Finns and the Svear in the Viking Age and Crusade Period c800 to 1200
Objects from Southwestern Finland in the Birka Graves
10 Swords from the Carolingian Empire to the Baltic Sea and Beyond
11 Dirham Hoards from the Gulf of Finland Region
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Åland ar-Rus Archaeology artefacts Baltic Finnish ware Baltic region Baltic Sea Baltic-Finnic Birka Birka graves Björkö blades Bronze Age brooch with faceted burial customs burials with horse Callmer Carolingian Empire cemeteries Church coins communication contacts costume details Crusade dirham dirham hoards early Rus east edited Eesti eleventh century Estonia ethnic Evgenij faceted and pegged finds Finland Proper fire-steel Gotland Gräslund groups Hedenstierna-Jonson Helsinki horse harness identity influences interaction interpretation Jansson Karelian Kievan Rus Kirpichnikov Kivikoski Late Birka Lehtosalo-Hilander Lind Mägi Mälaren Valley material culture Medieval ninth north-western Russia northern Nosov Novgorod origin pegged knobs penannular brooch pendant period population pottery prehistoric Roman Iron Age Roslund routes Saaremaa Saint Saint Petersburg Scandinavian settlement Sigtuna social society sopki south-western Finland St Olav Staraya Ladoga Stockholm Svear Swedish swords Tallinn tenth century tion trade Uppland Varangian Varangian Christianity Viking Age Vlfberht Volga Volga Bulgars warrior weapons western