Forfatter: Oma, Kristin Armstrong

Human-animal relationships: Mutual becomings in Scandinavian and Sicilian households 900—500 BC

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Human-animal relationships: Mutual becomings in Scandinavian and Sicilian households 900—500 BC.

Unipub, Universitetet i Oslo, Oslo 2007, Oslo Archaeological Series Vol. 9, stor 8vo, orig. omslag, 350 s., engelsk tekst, illustrasjoner, forfatterens dedikasjon på smusstittelbladet: «Til Ingrid med helsing frå Kristin».

«Human-animal relationships are examined in household contexts, the starting point being a belief that animals and humans together engage in mutual becomings. These are explored in depth by investigations of households in case studies in Scandinavia and on Sicily covering the period 900—500 BC, late Bronze Age Scandinavia and early Iron Age Sicily. Wider Bronze Age discourses are addressed from an animal perspective.» — fra bakomslaget

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Human-animal relationships: Mutual becomings in Scandinavian and Sicilian households 900—500 BC.

Unipub, Universitetet i Oslo, Oslo 2007, Oslo Archaeological Series Vol. 9, stor 8vo, orig. omslag, 350 s., engelsk tekst, illustrasjoner, forfatterens dedikasjon på smusstittelbladet: «Til Ingrid med helsing frå Kristin».

«Human-animal relationships are examined in household contexts, the starting point being a belief that animals and humans together engage in mutual becomings. These are explored in depth by investigations of households in case studies in Scandinavia and on Sicily covering the period 900—500 BC, late Bronze Age Scandinavia and early Iron Age Sicily. Wider Bronze Age discourses are addressed from an animal perspective.» — fra bakomslaget

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