Bone and antler combs: towards a methodology for the understanding of trade and identity in Viking Age England and Scotland

Ashby, S.P. orcid.org/0000-0003-1420-2108 (2005) Bone and antler combs: towards a methodology for the understanding of trade and identity in Viking Age England and Scotland. In: Luik, H., Choyke, A.M., Batey, C.E. and Lougas, L., (eds.) From Hooves to Horns, from Mollusc to Mammoth: Manufacture and Use of Bone Artefacts from Prehistoric Times to the Present. Muinasaja Teadus . University of Tartu , Tallinn , pp. 255-262.

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