Abstract in Undetermined Review of Martin Carver & Jan Klápštĕ (eds.): The Archaeology of Medieval Europe, 2, Twelfth to Sixteenth Centuries. Acta Jutlandica, Humanities Series 2011/9. Aarhus University Press, Århus 2011.
Medieval watermills: A review of Christian Fischers monograph “Tidlige danske vandmøller. To middelalderlige vandmøller ved Tovstrup og Vejerslev” (Early Danish Watermills. Two medieval watermills at Tovstrup and Vejerslev) from 2004.
Churches and elite in Trøndelag: A review of Jan Brendalsmos dissertation "Kirkebygg og kirkebyggere. Bygherrer i Trøndelag ca. 1000-1600" (Churuch buildings and church builders in Trøndelag ca. 1000-1600), Oslo 2006.
Archaeology, philosophy and rhetoric: A review and faculty opposition of Asgeir Svestads doctoral dissertation “Finn din egen filosof” (“Find your own philosopher”) presented at the University of Tromsø, Norway, February 2004. The dissertation critically examines an article by Lise Nordenborg Myhre and the doctoral dissertations by Johan Hegardt, Håkan Karlsson and Michel Notelid.
Between knowledge and nonsense – the mysterious churches of Bornholm: A critical discussion of two books by Erling Haagensen, where he postulate a sacred geometry on Bornholm and a treasure hidden by the Templars in the round church of Österlars – or somewhere else.
Publisher: Kungliga Vitterhets- historie- och antikvitetsakademien
The faculty opposition of Stig Lundbergs licentiate thesis concerning the so-called Eskilstuna sarcophagi. The long dating-sequence of the stones and their unclear social origin aggravate their use in describing the state formation process. The author proposes a little dirrefent interpretaion than Lundberg.