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Schmölcke, U. (2013): A short history of seals and seal populations in northern European waters.

The postglacial development of the seal fauna in the Baltic basin was dependant on biotic and geological parameters such as climate change, possibilities of immigration, interspecific concurrence and human hunting pressure. The four seal species,
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  Hunting in nothen Euope until 1500 AD Old taditions and egional developments, ontinental souesand ontinental infuenes Edited byOlive imm und lih ShmölkePapes pesented at a wokshop oganized by thecente o Balti and Sandinavian Ahaeology (ZBSA)Shleswig, June 16 th and 17 th , 2011 Wahholtz  able o contents Foreword ..........................................................................11 Introduction Olive imm and lih Shmölkehe hunting wokshop and its publiation ............................................13 The transition rom the last hunters to the frst armers Sönke Hatz and lih Shmölkeom the esolithi to the eolithi – Hunting stategiesin the south-westen Balti Sea aea..................................................21 Hunting in the long run: some chosen aspects (Stone Age to medieval times) Sveinung Bang-AndesenPehistoi eindee hunting in south-west oway with emphasis on thepeiod 1000 Bc to AD 1000 – Oveview, etospet and pespetives .....................41Svein ndelid‘ndustial’ eindee hunting in the south owegian mountainsin the Viking Age and Ealy iddle Ages.............................................55aa-Julia Webeate ppe and ate Palaeolithi eindee hunting in the Ahensbug tunnel valley –Dieenes between Hambugian and Ahensbugian hunting tatis.....................75lih ShmölkeA shot histoy o seals and seal populations in nothen Euopean wates.................91Aikateini lykouSeal hunting at the Balti Sea oast – A ase study om the ate esolithiand ealiest eolithi eustadt in Holstein, emany.................................101l keodtBabed points though time – A hunting weapon betweenethnoahaeologial agumentation and untional analysis.............................113Pete Vang Petesenesolithi Dogs .................................................................147Bodil Holm SøensenDogs in the Danish Viking Age – he adby Ship and othe nds.......................163lih Shmölkehe evidene o hunting dogs om esolithi times up to the Viking Ageom a zoologial point o view – A suvey...........................................175Ham Paulsenom Stone Age hunting bow to medieval weapon o wa –Seleted examples o bows and aows in the oth ...................................185  Late Bronze Age and Hallstatt/Early La Tène hunting aia Vetemakate Bonze Age hunting in iddle Sweden – Evidene om“King Bjön’s mound” in Håga and the suounding settlements ........................207Pete ebsheHunting in the Hallstatt and Ealy a ène cultues: the eonomi and soial impotane . . . 215ei HansenHunting in the Hallstatt peiod – he example o theEbedingen-Hohdo “pinely gave”..............................................239 Roman and late ancient Germanic hunting homas isheHunting in the roman peiod......................................................259chistoph reihmannate anient emani hunting in aul based on seleted ahaeologial examples .........267 Bear hunting in the 1 st millennium AD Olive immBea-skins in nothen Euopean buials and some emaks on othe bea-elatedunishings in the noth and middle o Euope in the 1 st millennium AD .................277Sigmund Oehl Svá beitum vér björnuna á mörkinni norðr  – Bea hunting and its ideologialontext (as a bakgound o the intepetation o bea laws and othe emainso beas in emani gaves o the 1 st millennium AD).................................297 Hunting in the long run: noble and royal hunt (AD 350–1500) Olive immWiesbaden-Bekenheim, issø and beyond – Some methodologial emakson bones o wild animals om ontinental and southen Sandinavian enteso powe in pats o the 1 st millennium AD ..........................................333claus DobiatEaly alony in ental Euope on the basis o gave nds,with a disussion o the oigin o alony ...........................................343Wietske Pummelalony in ontinental settlements as efeted by animal bonesom the 6 th to 12 th entuies AD....................................................357aia Vetemakhe Vendel Peiod oyal ollowe’s gave at Swedish rikeby asstating point o efetions about alony in othen Euope ........................379atina iesecontinental oyal seats, oyal hunting lodges and dee paksseen in the mio o medieval witten soues........................................387  ydia castensOn the hunt in Old ose soues..................................................397chistian radtkeodship and hunting in Shleswig – A sketh........................................419Åsa AhlandVet and venison – High status hunting and paks in medieval Sweden ...................439ode vesenhe name o the game! he hanging ole o hunting on oyal landin oway duing the iddle Ages.................................................465 Hunting in laws, depictions and place names atina ieseegal egulations on hunting in the babaian law odes o the Ealy iddle Ages .........485Sigmund OehlHunting in the West owegian ulathing aw ( Gulaþingslog/Gulaþingsbók ) ............505Sigmund Oehlcan pitues lie? Hunting the ed dee with aptos –Aoding to visual epesentations om the Viking Age ..............................515Vea HenkelmannA hunting sene on a late medieval linen emboidey om a onventin Peetz (nothen emany) – An at-histoial pespetive...........................531 Jügen dolphHunting in ontinental plae and eld names.........................................543nge Sæheimoponyms om south-westen oway eeing to hunting and shing .................551 Further perspectives Algidas iininkas and inas DaugnoaHunting in the teitoy o ithuania om the ate Palaeolithi to the iddle Ages........567Elena A. ikulina and John eadowsAnient DA and stable isotope analysis – wo innovativesienti methods in the ahaeology o hunting......................................597 Summary and outlook Olive imm and lih Shmölkeresults and utue pespetives in elation to anoveall onept o hunting-elated eseah...........................................605
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