Description matérielle : 1 vol. (343 p.)
Description : Note : Bibliogr. p. 323-337
Abstract : Through a mainly iconographic study base on bibliographic and field data, this thesis proposes to analyze the phenomena of diffusions and/or interactions between pre- and protohistoric groups in northern Scandinavia (Trondelag, Nordland, Troms and Finnmark for Norway, central and northern Norrland in Sweden). This study also takes place in a diachronic dynamic in order to consider ways of cultural transfers and transmissions from Mesolithic to Iron Age. The first part of this thesis outlines environmental and archaeological contexts, the second part describes the sites considered throughout this work. The third part deals with rock carvings and paintings, studied by themes, including establishment of typologies supported by boats and anthropomorphic figures statistical analysis. These graphic expressions were considered in a global perspective, taking into account their spatial organization, relationship to the rock surface and other archaeological remains of material culture, which enabled to identify and specify preferred ways of iconographic spreading and cultural exchanges in ancient northern Europe. In a last part, thecnological analysis, along experimental work, are used to define pre and proto-historical carving processes used in some areas at the Hjemmeluft site (Alta, Norway)
Édition : Liège : ERAUL, Etudes et recherches archéologiques de l'Université de Liège , 2013
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