Organized planning or mere coincidence

Louise Søndergaard, Anders Hartvig

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locations of villages and single farms throughout the middle Age. Are significant
sociological and political changes recognizable in the pattern of topography, or in
peoples desires to live secluded or to be a part of a community? The common thesis
rests on the belief that the building of masonry churches in the 12th century made the
people – and thus the villages – stationary. Is that image recognizable in the excavated
material?
How are the natural boundaries used in different periods and how does the medieval
settlements relate to possible nearby Iron Age settlements? Did the needs of the Iron
Age farmer correlate to those living of the land 1000 years later?
In the southernmost part of Denmark the excavated material is vast, well documented
and well dated. In this paper we use this area as guideline and examine whether that
regional pattern reflects itself as one moves further north into Jutland.
OriginalsprogDansk
Publikationsdato2019
StatusUdgivet - 2019
BegivenhedEuropean Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting 2019 - Main Building / Unis, University of Bern, Bern, Schweiz
Varighed: 4 sep. 20197 sep. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 25
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Konference

KonferenceEuropean Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting 2019
Nummer25
LokationMain Building / Unis, University of Bern
LandSchweiz
ByBern
Periode04/09/201907/09/2019
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Emneord

  • Bebyggelsesarkæologi, topografi, landsbyer, bydannelse

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