The True Story of a Deserted Medieval Farmstead
Edited By Sofia Andersson & Eva Svensson
Almqvist & Wiksell
214 pages, Illustrated, 6 3/4" x 9 1/2"
$59.00 Paper Original
OUT OF PRINT
According to local tradition there was once a farmstead named Skramle, which was deserted due to the Black Death (c.1350) and never resettled again. When excavated the site yielded settlement remains from the 6th-8th and 13th-16th centuries, revealing different aspects of the daily life of well-to-do forest farmers. The excavations were conducted from 1990-1998 by archaeologists from Lund University and local inhabitants.
Lund Studies in Medieval Archaelogy No. 27
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