Maritime Mode of Production

Maritime Mode of Production. Raiding and Trading in Seafaring Chiefdoms. By Johan Ling, Timothy Earle, and Kristian Kristiansen.

Giving the past a future

Giving the Past a Future. Essays in Archaeology and Rock Art Studies in Honour of Dr. Phil. h.c. Gerhard Milstreu.

Field Seminar 2018

Documenting the Past for the Future
World Heritage area in Tanum - July 21 - 28, 2018

Trade and Travel

Trade and travel in the Bronze age. Video produced by Studio Moltu, featuring an interview with Gerhard Milstreu from Tanums Hällristnings Museum, Rock Art Research Centre, on the travel and trade in the Bronze Age. English subtitles by Eriksen Translation Inc.

Moon symbol

An interesting (Swedish) article from Jonathan Lindström published in Populär Arkeologi from April 2017.

Field Seminar

Documenting the Past for the Future
World Heritage area in Tanum - July 21 - 28, 2018

Gypaf project

Nice video produced by TV Møn, Denmark, regarding the Project Gypaf, led by Henning Prøhl. Danish spoken

Biography of the Fossum panel

The re-dating of many of the war related representational images at the site in Fossum is a significant result with clear implications for the interpretation of the meaning, function and use of this particular panel. Clearly, most of the warriors seem to have been made during the transition between period II-III.

Amber moose

Truckdriver finds extremely rare amber moose
Article from Ritzau, Friday January 8, 2016

Chauvet reconstructed

First artworks of Humanity

In the depths of a cave, the first artists in the history of Humanity painted a masterpiece of horses, lions, rhinos and other animals, and captured them in action running, hunting, and fighting.

Not far from the original cave, 36000 years later, scientists, engineers and artists accomplished a unique feat in the world by reconstructing the Chauvet - Pont d’Arc Cave.

More information can be found on their website:

International working seminar 2016

Documenting the PAST for the FUTURE


Rock art in danger sounds dramatic, nevertheless it is not an overstatement. During the last hundred years different kinds of destructions have never been so rapid and extensive. It is urgent to record as much as possible, because in the next 50-100 years a large part of the cultural heritage all over the world will have disappeared.

The international RockArtSeminar offers the opportunity to attend lectures, as well as the chance to work on some of the most beautiful panels in Northern Europe together with 25 – 30 participants from different countries - within the project: Documentation and Registration of Rock Art in Tanum UNESCO World Heritage Area. The preliminary program can be found here.

Join us in a unique possibility to record the beautiful images of Tanums World Heritage Area. More information on the Arbetsseminar (week 30) and the program can be found on our website: It will be an experience to remember!