Belts of Viking Women: The Full Bibliography.

By Ásfríðr Ulfvíðardóttir/ Rebecca Lucas.

Due to space restrictions, the bibiography of the article "Belts of Viking Women" in issue 175 of Tournaments Illuminated was abridged. The full bibliography is below:

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  • Blindheim, C. "A collection of Celtic(?) bronze objects found at Kaupang (Skiringssal), Vestfold, Norway." Proceedings of the Seventh Viking Congress. Dublin 1973 (1976); 9-27. Print.
    Available online at Viking Society Web Publications in the PDF link 'Seventh Viking Congress'. It is a very large file.
  • Curle, J. "On Recent Scandinavian Grave-Finds from the Island of Oronsay, and from Reay, Caithness, with Notes on the Development and Chronology of the Oval Brooch of the Viking Time" Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 48 (1914); 292-315. Print.
    Available online through the Archaeology Data Service Catalogue.
  • Freke, D. and Allison, E.P. Excavations on St. Patrick's Isle, Peel, Isle of Man, 1982-88: prehistoric, Viking, medieval, and later. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2002. Print.
  • Gjessing, G. "Skjoldehamndrakten, en Senmiddelaldersk Nordnorsk Mannsdrakt." Viking, Tidsskrift for Norrøn Arkeologi. 2 (1938); 27-81
  • Gordon, K. "A Norse Viking-Age Grave from Cruach Mor, Islay" Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 120 (1990); 151-60. Print.
    Available online through the Archaeology Data Service Catalogue.
  • Graham-Campbell, J. and C.E. Batey. Vikings in Scotland: An Archaeological Survey Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1998. Print.
  • Grieg, S. Viking antiquities in Scotland Oslo: H. Aschehoug, 1940. Print.
    Available online through the Internet Archive
  • Hald, M. Ancient Danish Textiles from Bogs and Burials Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark, 1980. Print.
  • Hayeur-Smith, M.M. A Social Analysis of Viking Jewellery from Iceland. Thesis. University of Glasgow. 2003. Print.
    Available online through the Glasgow University Theses Repository and British Library EThOS
  • Hayeur-Smith, M. "Dressing the Dead: Gender, Identity and Adornment in Viking-Age Iceland." Vinland Revisited: the Norse World at the Turn of the First Millennium. St. John's, NL: Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador, 2003. 227-240. Print.
    Available to download from Michele Hayeur Smith's Academia.edu Profile
  • Heimskringla.no “Eiríks saga rauða.” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Hägg, I. "Die Textilfunde aus dem Hafen von Haithabu." Neumünster: Karl Wachholz Verlag, 1984. Print.
  • Hägg, I. “Vikingatidens Kvinnodräkt” Historiska Nyheter (1996): 12-14. Print.
  • Jansson, I. "Gürtel und Gürtelzubehör vom orientalischen Typ" Birka II:2. Systematische Analysen der Gräberfunde. ed. G. Ardwinsson. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien. 1986. Print.
  • Jomsborg, D. 2006. “Class Notes from Norse Belts” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Kaland, S.H.H. "Dress." From Viking to Crusader. Eds. E. Roesdahl, D.M. Wilson. New York: Rizzoli Int'l, 1992. 192-93. Print.
  • Lehtosalo-Hilander, P.L. “Ancient Finnish Costumes” Helsinki: The Finnish Archaeological Society . 1984. Print.
  • Løvlid, Dan H. "Nye Tanker Om Skjoldehamnfunnet." Thesis. Bergen University, 2009. Print.
    Available online at the Lofotr Viking Museum site.
  • Macleod, D.J. "An Account of a Find of Ornaments of the Viking Time from Valtos, Uig, in the Island of Lewis" Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 50 (1916): 181-9. Print.
    Available online through the Archaeology Data Service Catalogue.
  • MacPherson, N. "Notes on Antiquities from the Island of Eigg" Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 12 (1878-9): 577-97. Print.
    Available online through the Archaeology Data Service Catalogue.
  • Montgomery, J., J.A. Evans, and T. Neighbour.“Sr isotope evidence for population movement within the Hebridean Norse Community of NW Scotland” Journal of the Geological Society 160 (2003): 649-653. Print.
  • Mälarstedt, H. "Übriger Gürtelzubehör" Birka II:2. Systematische Analysen der Gräberfunde. ed. G. Ardwinsson. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien. 1986. Print.
  • National Museums Scotland “SCRAN Database” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Oxford Archaeology North “The Norse Burial Ground at Cumwhitton” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Persdotter, V. “Reconstructing Female Costume of the Viking Age.” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Pétursdóttir, Þ. “Deyr fé, deyja frændr: Re-animating mortuary remains from Viking Age Iceland” Thesis. University of Tromsø. 2007. Print.
    Available online through the Munin Open Access Archive.
  • Portable Antiquities Scheme. “45% Increase in the Number of Archaeological Finds Reported” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Price, N. "The Archaeology of Seiðr: Circumpolar Traditions in Viking Pre-Christian Religion." Brathair 4.2 (2004): 109-24. Print.
    Available online through Brathair: Celtic and Germanic Study Group.
  • Price, N. “Sorcery and Circumpolar Traditions in Old Norse Belief” The Viking World ed. S. Brink. Routledge, 2008. Print.
  • Universitetsmuseenes Fotoportal “Osebergvognen” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Vesterålen Info “Lang historie i et leikryss” Web. 01 June 2010.
  • Watson, J. "Hollow Swords and Needles in a Soil Block: Unravelling the Evidence Preserved on the Artefacts from the Viking Cemetery at Cumwhitton, Cumbria." English Heritage Research News 13 (2009-10):14-16. Print.
    Available online through English Heritage.
  • Welander, R.D.E., C. Batey, and T.C. Cowie. "A Viking Burial from Kneep, Isle of Lewis." Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 119 (1987): 149-74. Print.
    Available online through the Archaeology Data Service Catalogue.
  • Žeiere, I. “Archaeological Evidence of Ancient Liv Costume in Latvia” Rituals and Relations. Studies on the Society and the Material Culture of the Baltic Finns. ed. S. Mäntylä. Helsinki: Academia Scientarum Fennica. 2005. Print.