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Archaeologia islandica 3

1.490 kr.

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Útgefandi: Fornleifastofnun Íslands

Rit Fornleifastofnunar Íslands, Archaeologia islandica kom fyrst út árið 1998 og hefur síðan komið út annað hvert ár að jafnaði. Markmiðið með útgáfu ritsins er að kynna alþjóðlegum lesendahópi fornleifarannsóknir á Íslandi. Ritið birtir nýjar greinar um íslenska fornleifafræði, eða efni tengt henni, allt frá landnámi á 9. öld til síðari tíma. Greinarnar eru á ensku.

Publisher: The Institute of Archaeology, Iceland.

Archaeologia Islandica, the journal of the Institue of Archaeology, was first published in 1998 and has since been published irregularly every 1-4 years. Archaeologia Islandica is the first and only venue specially dedicated to aspects of Icelandic archaeology and provides a forum for the wider dissemination of such work to the international community. The scope of the journal covers any aspect of archaeology (landscape studies, archaeozoology, material culture, etc.) relating to Iceland from the 9th century colonisation of the island by Vikings to 19th century emigration of Icelanders to Canada – and beyond.

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Útgefandi: Fornleifastofnun Íslands

Rit Fornleifastofnunar Íslands, Archaeologia islandica kom fyrst út árið 1998 og hefur síðan komið út annað hvert ár að jafnaði. Markmiðið með útgáfu ritsins er að kynna alþjóðlegum lesendahópi fornleifarannsóknir á Íslandi. Ritið birtir nýjar greinar um íslenska fornleifafræði, eða efni tengt henni, allt frá landnámi á 9. öld til síðari tíma. Greinarnar eru á ensku.

Publisher: The Institute of Archaeology, Iceland.

Archaeologia Islandica, the journal of the Institue of Archaeology, was first published in 1998 and has since been published irregularly every 1-4 years. Archaeologia Islandica is the first and only venue specially dedicated to aspects of Icelandic archaeology and provides a forum for the wider dissemination of such work to the international community. The scope of the journal covers any aspect of archaeology (landscape studies, archaeozoology, material culture, etc.) relating to Iceland from the 9th century colonisation of the island by Vikings to 19th century emigration of Icelanders to Canada – and beyond.

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