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Ribe 700-1050

From Emporium to Civitas in Southern Scandinavia

En del af serien Jysk Arkæologisk Selskabs Skrifter (113) ,

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284 sider
ISBN 978 87 9342 352 7



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In 2006, Claus Feveile published Det ældste Ribe [The earliest Ribe], launching the publication series Ribe Studier [Ribe Studies]. The goal of that series was to make the core archaeological evidence from excavations in the town of Ribe between 1984 and 2000 accessible to the scholarly world and to give an account of Ribe’s special status in the archaeological landscape of Denmark and northern Europe.

Ribe 700-1050: From Emporium to Civitas in Southern Scandinavia is volume 2 in Ribe Studies. The main text here provides a comprehensive presentation and analysis of the archaeology of the town through to the end of the Viking Period. Alongside that, the book has a major topographical section which discusses West Jutland in this period and the connexions between Ribe and the hinterland of the town. In addition, a concluding chapter discusses the origin of towns in southern Scandinavia.

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Helen Clarke, Medieval Archaeology journal vol 65.1

"Theoretically and methodologically, this collection makes a significant contribution, specifically
for understanding the period before 1000, and more generally by examining the role of
local communities in the processes of social complexification. It is of relevance to anyone interested
in the history of everyday life."

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