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Above and Below the Surface: Environment, Work, Death, and Upbringing in Sixteenth- to Seventeenth-century Sweden  

Anne Ingvarsson Sundström, Jan Mispelaere, and Ylva Bäckström

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May 2018
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Jun 2018
This chapter addresses children’s lives and living conditions during the early modern period in Sweden. A case study on the population at one of Sweden’s most important historical mines, ... More

Central Europe  

Carola Metzner-Nebelsick

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Oct 2019
This chapter covers the area between eastern France and western Hungary, and from the Alps to the central European Mittelgebirge, following the established division between the early Iron ... More

Educating Victorian Children: A Material Culture Perspective from Cambridge, England  

Craig Cessford

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May 2018
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Jun 2018
This chapter presents a case study of the archaeology of a mid-nineteenth century school in Cambridge (England), placing the features associated with the school and the material associated ... More

The First Century of the Town of Tornio: Urbanization on the Northern Edge of Europe  

Risto Nurmi

The town of Tornio, on the border of present-day Finland and Sweden, was founded in 1621, on the order of the King of Sweden, to replace the old medieval marketplace on the estuary of the ... More

Modernization on the Northern Fringe of Europe: The Historical Archaeology of Early Modern Sweden  

Vesa-Pekka Herva, Magdalena Naum, Jonas M. Nordin, and Carl-Gösta Ojala

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Sep 2018
The Atlantic world looms large in discussions of how the modern world emerged, and what modernization was about; but there have been calls to engage with these topics from the perspective ... More

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