With contributions by
Mogens Bencard Pia Bennike, Vagn Fabritius Buchwald, Lise Bender Jørgensen, Erling Benner Larsen, Hans Jørgen Madsen, Helge Brinch Madsen, Karen Høilund Nielsen, Patrick Ottaway, Flemming Rieck, Torben Sode, Marie Stoklund and Peter Wagner
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Excavations were carried out in the town of Ribe in southern Denmark from 1970-76 in order to find the earliest traces of the town. It extracted remains of a permanent settlement with an associated marketplace founded within a period of 704-710. This reveals an 8th-century trading site of a character never seen before in the Scandinavian region, thus Denmark appears in a hitherto unknown way as a participant in North-European development in this period.
Table of contents
Introduction, Mogens Bencard
Absolute Dating of a Bronze Casting Workshop, Helge Brinch Madsen
The Runic Inscription on the Ribe Skull Fragment, Marie Stoklund
The Ribe Skull Fragment - Toolmarks and Surface Textures, Erling Benner Larsen
The Human Remains, Pia Bennike
The Bronze, Silver, and Lead Artefacts in the 8th Century Deposits and som Pre-medieval Single Finds, Karen Høilund Nielsen
Glass Bead Making Technology, Torben Sode
Ribe Ironworks, Patrick Ottaway
The Anchor from Sct. Nicolaigade in Ribe, Flemming Rieck
A Note Concerning Three Ancient Anchors from Nydam, Ladby and Ribe, V.F. Buchwald
Smithing Debris, Helge Brinch Madsen
Pottery from the 8th-9th Centuries, Hans Jørgen Madsen
Clay Daub, Lise Bender Jørgensen
Determinations of Wood Finds, Peter Wagner
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