Editorial Policies. Archaeologia Baltica is a annual refereed international. Archaeologia Baltica, Vol. 6 Klaipėda: Klaipėda University Press, Volume Archaeologia Baltica, Vol. 14 Underwater Archaeology in the Baltic .
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This special volume of Archaeologia Baltica includes papers from a session organised for the annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists which took place in Oslo in September The book contains the proceedings of the Vilnius-Bergen Archaeological Conference, which took place in Vilnius in April of Cultural and regional boundaries in the Neolithic of the western coast of Norway – a present or past construction? Stock Breeding in the Baltic Culture Area, p.
Edited by Tomas Ostrauskas. Dedicated to the 70th birthday of Academician and Professor Dr habil.
A case study from Kotedalen, Western Norway, p. The Archaeology of Lithuania and Western Norway: Adchaeologia as a factor in the study of prehistoric societies, p. The book has pages, illustrated tables, black and white photos, pictureshardrcover, in English language.
These links are sometimes more and sometimes less visible, and sometimes just vaguely felt. Humans leave traces, some of them are more noticeable, some of them not at all, when they gain a foothold within a given space Ten years have passed since the appearance of the first archaeolgia of Archaeologia Baltica, an edition that was conceived and edited by habil. A brief Introduction, p.
Five volumes of Archaeologia Baltica were published during the next decade. Lithuanian Archaeology in the Past and Present, p.
The existence of mankind is based on diverse and multi-faceted links between space and time. The ninth volume of Archaeologia Baltica is devoted to an elucidation of landscape archaeology and to the examination of the latest archaeological research in the eastern Baltic. The use of on-site pollen analysis, local pollen diagrams and modern arcaheologia samples in investigations of cultural activity, p.
Refitting as a Method in Stone Age Archaeology: Investigation, Results, Prospects, p. Horse Burials in Lithuania, p.
The Viking Period, p. Norwegian Archaeology – Past and Present, p. Lithuania and Western Norway in the Neolithic period: The use of vertebrate fauna remains in the interpretation of subsistence strategy and settlement patterns, with emphasis on fish and bird bones.
Edited by Algirdas Girininkas. Natural scientific methods, a potential, or more needed in future archaeology? Landscape archaeology Romas Jarockis.
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Interpreting Mesolithic axe deposits from a region in Western Norway, p. Two hundred years of archaeological survey, p. Bergen Museum – a Presentation, p.