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All projects of the strategic research theme in alphabetical order:

Baltic Hillfort Network
Prof. Dr. Claus von Carnap-Bornheim und Dr. Timo Ibsen
Birka’s Harbour in Excavation and Surveys
Dr. Sven Kalmring
Continuity of research and research of continuity
Dr. Timo Ibsen, Dr. Jaroslaw Prassolow, Annika Sirkin M.A.
DFG project LA 2891/2-1 „The chamber grave of Migration Period at Poprad, Slovakia – an interdisciplinary research project for evaluation of an extraordinary find"
project leader: Dr. Nina Lau
Hammelev – a maglemosian cremation grave
PD Dr. Berit Valentin Eriksen
Harbours in the North Atlantic (AD 800–1300): the investigation of harbours in the Shetland Islands and Greenland
DFG Projekt-SPP-Häfen: PD Dr Natascha Mehler, Joris Coolen MA, Prof. Dr Claus von Carnap-Bornheim
Indicators for territorial dominion in the North? Interdisciplinary basic research on the early kingdom in Scandinavia: Exemplified by sites with the name of Huseby
Dr. Thorsten Lemm
Late Mesolithic and Neolithic mortuary practices and identities of hunter-gatherers: archaeological and anthropological analyses of mortuary deposits (Estonian example) (completed)
Mari Tõrv M.A.
New Aspects on Viking-age Urbanism, c. 750–1100
Dr. Sven Kalmring, Dr. Charlotte Hedenstierna-Jonson (Historiska museet), Assistant professor Lena Holmquist (Stockholms universitet)
Research into the Early Roman Iron Age site of Hoby, Lolland
Dr. Ruth Blankenfeldt
Selected small finds from the presumed Roman landing place at Bentumersiel
Dr. Nina Lau, Dr. Andreas Rau
The Berlin 'Chef militaire'. A luxurious grave of the early 5th century
Dr. Andreas Rau
The chambergrave and cemetery at Pilgramsdorf/Pielgrzymowo
Dr. Nina Lau
The early medieval settlement of Wiskiauten / Mohovoe
Dr. Timo Ibsen
The function and importance of elites in the cultural changes that occurred on the North Sea coast in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD (completed)
Dr. Marzena J. Przybyła
The Leiruvogur Harbour Research Project
Prof. J. Byock, Prof. C. von Carnap-Bornheim, Dr. S. Kalmring und Dr. D. Zori
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