H 297 x W 210 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white with 8 colour plates
Published May 2015
By Irene Baug
The theme of this study is the large-scale exploitation of different stone products that took place in Norway during the Viking Age and the Middle Ages (c. AD 800-1500).
1 Introduction 2 State of Research 3 Theoretical Perspectives 4 Methodological Approaches 5 Archaeological Investigations of Quarries at Hyllestad 6 Archaeological Investigations of the Quarries of Ølve and Hatlestrand 7 Spatial and Chronological Distribution of Products 8 Who Controlled the Quarries? 9 Organizing Production 10 Forms of Transaction 11 Conclusions Bibliography