We are delighted to highlight a few recent publications featuring members of the Viking Craft Network:
Ashby, S.P. 2021. Technology, in S. Semple & J. Lund (ed.) A Cultural History of Objects in the Medieval Age. London: Boomsbury, pp. 45-70.
Orfanou, V., T. Birch, S.M. Sindbæk, C. Feveile, G.H. Barfod & C.E. Lesher. 2021. On diverse arts: crucible metallurgy and the polymetallic cycle at Scandinavia’s earliest Viking town, Ribe (8th–9th c. CE), Denmark. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 13. DOI.
Ashby, S.P. & S.M. Sindbaek (eds). 2019. Crafts and Social Networks in Viking Towns. Oxford: Oxbow.
Croix, S., P. Deckers & S.M. Sindbæk. 2020. Recasting a Viking warrior woman from Ribe: 3D digital image reconstruction compared. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 32: 102455.
Aannestad, H.L., U. Pedersen, M. Moen, E. Naumann & H.L. Berg (ed.). Vikings Across Boundaries: Viking-Age Transformations – Volume II (Culture, Environment and Adaptation in the North). New York and London: Routledge.
Sindbaek, S.M. 2020. A complex beadwork Bead trade and trade beads in Scandinavia ca.800– 1000 AD revisited, in L. Donnellan (ed.) Archaeological networks and social interaction. New York and London: Routledge.
Croix, S., M. Neiß & S.M. Sindbæk. 2019. The réseau opératoire of Urbanization: Craft Collaborations and Organization in an Early Medieval Workshop in Ribe, Denmark. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 29: 1–20.