Monthly Archives: January 2013

Gender Roles and the Mass-kill Event: A Cross-Cultural Analysis

Gender Roles and the Mass-kill Event: A Cross-Cultural Analysis by Lisa Bond For the last thirty years archaeologists inspired primarily by the feminist movement, have become more aware of ‘gender assumptions’ when interpreting past human behaviour. The subject remains an … Continue reading

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The Last of the ‘True Vikings’? An Insight into the Motivation Behind Norse Exploration West

Written by Lisa Bond Recent excavations carried out by Canadian archaeologist Patricia Sutherland may have further complimented our knowledge of Norse exploration into the New World. The excavations were carried out to establish the extent of Norse presence in the … Continue reading

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