Archaeologia Baltica Vol. 3, edited by Vytautas Kazakevicius, Asle Bruen Olsen and David Neil Simpson. - Vilnius, 1998.
The Archaeology of Lithuania and Western Norway: Status and Perspectives. published in Lithuania 1998. The book contains the proceedings of the Vilnius-Bergen Archaeological Conference, which took place in Vilnius in April of 1996. The authors, from both Lithuania and Norway, address periods ranging from the Stone Age to the Viking Age.
The book has 294 pages, illustrated (tables, black and white photos, pictures), hardrcover, in English language. The book`s measures: 6.5 x 9.5 inches.
CONTENTS: Pratarme / Asle Bruen Olsen, p. 7-11. I. Preface / Asle Bruen Olsen, p. 13-18. II. INSTITUTIONS. SVEIN INDRELID. Norwegian Archaeology - Past and Present, p. 19-30. SVEIN INDRELID. Bergen Museum - a Presentation, p. 31-36. ROMAS JAROCKIS. Lithuanian Archaeology in the Past and Present, p. 37-41. III. RESEARCH HISTORY. FUTURE STRATEGICS. ASLE BRUEN OLSEN. Lithuania and Western Norway in the Neolithic period: Research goals derived from a comparative presentation of two “marginal“ regions in Neolithic Europe, p. 43-54. VYGANDAS JUODAGALVIS. The “Stone Age in South Lithuania“ Project, p. 55-66. SØREN DIINHOFF. Two hundred years of archaeological survey, p. 67-86. IV. METHODS AND TECHNICS. KARI LOE HJELLE. The use of on-site pollen analysis, local pollen diagrams and modern pollen samples in investigations of cultural activity, p. 87-102. DAGFINN MOE. Natural scientific methods, a potential, or more needed in future archaeology?, p. 103-108. ANNE KARIN HUFTHAMMER. The use of vertebrate fauna remains in the interpretation of subsistence strategy and settlement patterns, with emphasis on fish and bird bones. A case study from Kotedalen, Western Norway, p. 109-119. RIMANTE GUOBYTE, MIGLE STANCIKAITE. Traces of Human Activities in Pollen Diagrams from Biržulis Lake with a Short Review of Geological and Geomorfogical Conditions in the Biržulis Area, p. 121-130. KARI K. KRISTOFERSEN. Excavation and Documentation Methods - some Problems and Possibilities with Examples from Norwegian sites, p. 131-141. GINTAUTAS ZABIELA. Application of Alternative Methods in Lithuanian Field Archaeology (up to 1996), p. 143-158. DAVID N. SIMPSON. Refitting as a Method in Stone Age Archaeology: A brief Introduction, p. 159-174. DŽIUGAS BRAZAITIS. The Analysis of Materials from Papiškes IV Site Using Computer Databases, p. 175-186. V. GENDER. LIV HELGA DOMMASNES. Gender as a factor in the study of prehistoric societies, p. 187-193. VI. SURVEY AND CASE STUDIES. TROND KLUNGSETH LØDØEN. Interpreting Mesolithic axe deposits from a region in Western Norway, p. 195-204. MORTEN RAMSTAD. Cultural and regional boundaries in the Neolithic of the western coast of Norway - a present or past construction?, p. 205-213. RIMUTE RIMANTIENE. Investigations at the Šventoji Find Site 4 1986-1995, p. 215-222. LINAS DAUGNORA, ALGIRDAS GIRININKAS. Stock Breeding in the Baltic Culture Area, p. 223-234. BERGLJOT SOLBERG. Settlement and Social Structure in Norway in the Migration Period (AD 400-550), p. 235-250. VYTAUTAS KAZAKEVICIUS. Kalniškiai Burial Ground: Investigation, Results, Prospects, p. 251-260. SIGRID KALAND. The Viking Period, p. 261-275. AUDRONE BLIUJIENE. Investigations at the Užpelkiai cemetery, p. 277-290. ALGIRDAS VARNAS. Horse Burials in Lithuania, p. 291-294.Archaelogia Baltica Vol.3