|Appears in Collections:||History and Politics Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||The Rediscovery of U 170: Runestones, Churchyards, and Burial Grounds in Sweden|
|Publisher:||Eagle Hill Institute|
|Citation:||McLeod S (2014) The Rediscovery of U 170: Runestones, Churchyards, and Burial Grounds in Sweden, Journal of the North Atlantic (25), pp. 1-8.|
|Abstract:||This note reports on the recent rediscovery of runestone U 170 near Bogesund in Sweden. In particular, the position of the monument within the 11 information on early churchyard burial in central Sweden. The likely reason for placing a Christian monument at the edge of a pre-Christian burial ground is commented upon, including the likelihood of continued ancestor worship, as is its relationship to water.th-century landscape is examined in light of the informative text that provides important information on early churchyard burial in central Sweden. The likely reason for placing a Christian monument at the edge of a pre-Christian burial ground is commented upon, including the likelihood of continued ancestor worship, as is its relationship to water.|
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