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List of Figures

Figure 1: Pre-modern county divisions of Trøndelag, also showing main area names mentioned in the text. Map by Aina Heen-Pettersen

Figure 2: Distribution of burials in Trøndelag containing Insular artefacts. Map by Aina Heen-Pettersen

Figure 3: Bronze mount found in a woman's burial at Hoset, Stjørdal, AD 900-950. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 4: Bronze mount found in a woman's grave at Værnes, Stjørdal, AD 850-900. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 5: Bronze mount from a woman's burial at Halsan, Levanger. Length 154mm, width 300mm. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 6: Selection of bronze mounts from the area of Oppdal. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 7: Ringed pin from Tårnes, Åfjord. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: O.B. Pedersen

Figure 8: Ring brooch from a woman's grave at Nes, Bjugn, 9th century. Diameter 72mm. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 9: Ring brooch from a woman's grave at Snåsa, 10th century. Diameter 90mm. © Kulturhistorisk museum, University of Oslo. Photo: Eirik Johnsen

Figure 10: Balance scale from a man's burial at Lø, Steinkjer, AD 900-950. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 11: All finds, including balance scales and ringed pin, from a man's burial at Lø, Steinkjer, AD 900-950. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Åge Hojem

Figure 12: Weight, made from a bronze mount (front and back). Stray find from Solstad, Skaun. ©NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: O.B. Pedersen

Figure 13: Bronze drinking horn terminal. Stray find from Varøy, Vikna. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 14: Bronze hanging bowl from a woman's grave at Skei, Steinkjer, AD 775-800.Width 410mm, depth 130mm. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 15: Detail of bird-shaped mounting on the Skei bowl. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 16: Detail of bird-shaped mounting on the Skei bowl. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 17: Bronze ladle found at Steinvik, Bjugn. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: O.B. Pedersen

Figure 18: Bronze ladle found at Skei, Steinkjer. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 19: Insular yew bucket found at Skei, Steinkjer. Height 165mm, diameter 177mm. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: O.B. Pedersen

Figure 20: Handle plate from Steinvik, Bjugn. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: O.B. Pedersen

Figure 21: Anglo-Saxon sword, stray find from Steinvik, Stjørdal. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Åge Hojem

Figure 22: Pommel and grip with silver mounts from an Anglo-Saxon sword, reused on a later blade. Found at Heggestrøa, Steinkjer. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Åge Hojem

Figure 23: Reliquary shrine from a double burial at Melhus, Overhalla, AD 800. Front. Length 180mm, height 80mm. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 24: Reliquary shrine from a double burial at Melhus, Overhalla, AD 800. Back. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 25: Disc brooch from a woman's burial at Fulset, Stjørdal, AD 900-950. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: O.B. Pedersen

Figure 26: Boat burial from Lø, Steinkjer, 10th century. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet

Figure 27: Silver button from Lø, Steinkjer, 10th century. Diameter 18mm. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet

Figure 28: Location of earliest graves containing Insular material. Map by Aina Heen-Pettersen

Figure 29: Berdal type 1a brooch from a burial at Skei, Steinkjer. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: O.B. Pedersen

Figure 30: Large fibula (Length 240mm), possibly produced in the area of Gotland, Sweden. From a burial at Melhus, Overhalla. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 31: Imported glass and bronze vessels found in Levanger. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 32: Elaborate brooch found in Dalem, Steinkjer. From a richly furnished woman's burial, AD 550-650.Length 230mm © Kulturhistorisk museum, University of Oslo. Photo: Eirik Johnsen

Figure 33: Viking burial at Adwick-le-Street, South Yorkshire, England. © Greg Speed, Northern Archaeological Associates.

Figure 34: Location map showing Adwick-le-Street and Trondheim. Drawing by Philip Wood

Figure 35: Anglo-Saxon bronze mount from Alstad, Stjørdal.From a woman's burial, AD 800-850. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

Figure 36: Anglo-Saxon silver mount from Alstad, Stjørdal. From a woman's burial, AD 800-850. Length 470mm, width 230mm. © NTNU, Vitenskapsmuseet. Photo: Per Fredriksen

List of Tables

Table 1: Locations and overview of Insular finds from Tr√łndelag

Table 2: Distribution of the various find categories in male and female burials from Trøndelag


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