Volume 8(2), 1991
Skjelbred, A.H.B.: The meaning of folklore. 3-12.
Hansen, L.I. & Meyer,T.: The ethnic classification in the late 19th-century censuses. A case-study from southern Troms, Norway. 13-56.
Makarov, N.A.: “Eastern” ornaments of the 11th-13th centuries in the Sami areas: Origins and routes. 57-80.
Volume 8(1), 1991
Arneborg, J., Hansen, S.S. & Mahler, D.L.D.: Foreword. 3.
Vebæk, C.L.: Hunting, by land and by sea, and fishing in medieval Norse Greenland. 5-14.
Albrethsen, S.E.: Sæterbrug in the Norse Eastern settlement “Østerbygden” in South-West Greenland. 15-28.
Christensen, K.M.B.: Land use and resource exploitation in the Norse Western Settlement in Greenland. 29-39.
Hansen, B.U.: Using climate and vegetation studies in Southern Greenland to estimate the natural resources in the Norse period. 40-55.
Jakobsen, B.H.: Soil resources and soil erosion in the Norse settlement area Østerbygden in Southern Greenland. 56-68.
Fredskild, B. & Humle, L.: Plant remains from the Norse farm Sandnes in the Western settlement, Greenland. 69-81.
Arneborg, J.: The Niquusat excavations reconsidered. 82-92.
Lynnerup, N.: The Norse settlers in Greenland – the physical anthropological perspective. 93-96.
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