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Selsing, L., Elvestad, E., Hamre, H., Krøger, J.F., Midtrød, A. & Nærøy, A.J. (red.) 2005: Fra Galta til Geitungen: Kystkultur og fjæresteinsarkeologi i Sørvest-Norge. ISSN 0809-618X

 

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Redaktører:
Lotte Selsing, Endre Elvestad, Harald Hamre, Jens Flemming Krøger, Anne Midtrød & Arne Johan Nærøy
Tittel:

 

Fra Galta til Geitungen: Kystkultur og fjæresteinsarkeologi i Sørvest-Norge
URN, ISBN, UDK:
URN:NBN:no-a1756, ISBN 82-7760-124-7, UDK 903/904(481.51) & 351.853(210.5)
Emneord:

Kystkultur, fjæresteinsarkeologi, sørvest Norge, kulturhistorie

Språk:
Norsk


Abstract: It is a big challenge to understand the relation between people’s use of the area close to the transection between the land and sea in a 10 000 years perspective. This is primarily because the time span is so large, the cultural traces so manifold and partly unidentifiable. Secondarily it is because the material and immaterial culture of the coastal people has not been the focus of research and management. The limited knowledge has resulted in damage to many cultural monuments and many are in danger of being spoiled. The concept coastal culture is often used to describe culture from newer times along the coast. Shoreline archaeology includes coastal culture from the oldest times up until newer times as an interdisciplinary field of research, which focuses on material and immaterial cultural monuments and environments in the transection between the land and sea.
The aim of the seminar “From Galta to Geitungen: coastal culture and archaeology close to the transection between the land and sea in Southwest Norway” and the present internet publication has been to collect knowledge about the cultural monuments along the coast as a basis for management, research and contact with society. In the long term the aim is also to create a network within “coastal culture and shoreline archaeology”.
The seminar title owes its origins to the two sites of Galta and Geitungen: Galta is the oldest Stone Age site along the southwest Norwegian coast and Geitungen is a well-known lighthouse.

 

Redaktørenes adresser:

Lotte Selsing, Arkeologisk museum i Stavanger, Pb 478, 4002 STAVANGER.
Telefon: 51832600. Telefax: 51836199. lotte.selsing@uis.no

Endre Elvestad, Stavanger Sjøfartsmuseum, Musegt. 16, 4010 STAVANGER.
Telefon: 51842700. Telefax: 51842701. endre.elvestad@museumstavanger.no

Harald Hamre, Stavanger Sjøfartsmuseum, Musegt. 16, 4010 STAVANGER.
Telefon: 51842700. Telefax: 51842701. harald.hamre@museumstavanger.no

Jens Flemming Krøger, Rogaland fylkeskommune, Pb 130, 4001 STAVANGER.
Telefon: 51516600. Telefax: 51516674. Flemming.Kroeger@rogfk.no

Anne Midtrød, Rogaland fylkeskommune, Pb 130, 4001 STAVANGER.
Telefon: 51516600. Telefax: 51516674. AMI@rogfk.no

Arne Johan Nærøy, Arkeologisk museum i Stavanger, Pb 478, 4002 STAVANGER.
Telefon: 51846000. Telefax: 51846199. arne.j.neroy@uis.no

Utgiver: Arkeologisk museum i Stavanger
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Geitungen fyr, Karmøy kommune i Rogaland. Foto: Sigbjørn Sigbjørnsen.