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  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis
    Country: Sweden

    Review of Øystein Ekroll, “Med kleber og kalk. Norsk steinbyggig i mellomalderen 1050-1550" (Oslo 1997).

  • Publication . Review . 1998
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Publisher: Kungliga Vitterhets- historie- och antikvitetsakademien
    Country: Sweden

    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.

  • Publication . Review . 1998
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Country: Sweden

    A critical review of a report by Finn Ole Sonne Nielsens, "Middelalderens Bornholm" (Medieval Bornholm, Rønne 1998) concerning Bornholm during the period c. 1050-1576.

  • Publication . Review . 1994
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Country: Sweden

    A very critical review of Henrik Jacobsens dissertation in medieval archaeology, "Romanske vesttårne, deres indretning og funktion. Vesttårne før 1300 i det middelalderlige Danmark øst for Storebælt" (Stockholm 1993). Alternative explanations are proposed.

  • Publication . Review . 1994
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Publisher: Medeltidsarkeologiska föreningen
    Country: Sweden

    From knight's spur to wooden shoe: A critical review of Axel Bolvig's "Kirkekunstens storhedstid" (The golden age of church art, Copenhagen 1992). The transition in architecture and art from the Romanesque to the Gothic cannot be reduced to the question of who was erecting and visiting the churches.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Publisher: Almqvist & Wiksell International
    Country: Sweden

    The Gothic Maze. The Middle Ages and the Churches of Denmark: The Gothic Maze focuses on the vigorous building activity among the 2,692 parish churches in medieval Denmark in the time up to the Reformation: Was this an expression of economic prosperity, increased piety, or a church in crises? Can the development be described as a transition from Romanesque to Gothic? How did the churches change? What was the economic background? Who were the benefactors? What were their motives? And what can the changes teach us about the Middle Ages as an epoch? The Gothic Maze studies the concepts of church architecture, its explanations, sources, and contexts. The dissertation emphasizes that concepts as "the Middle Ages", "Romanesque", and "Gothic" are nothing but metaphors created in modern times. The traditional explanations, which refer to currents of fashion and changes in the economic cycle, are insufficient for an understanding of the culmination of building activity in the fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries. Church construction and its context are studied in two of the juridical districts known as "härader" (hundres) in Scania. Experience from this area is used to assist in the interpretation of church-building throughout medieval Denmark. In addition, the building activity is examined in relation to economic data and details of the benefactors in selected areas where the sources permit closer study. The intensive period of building shortly before the Reformation is not interpreted as a direct reflection of increased prosperity or piety, but as the use of material symbols in a time of social stress. The church was threatened by a steadily growing opposition between religious ideals and the new economic realities. Gothicization is a sign of crisis.

  • Publication . Review . 1982
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Country: Sweden

    Reply on the comments in the same volume by Axel Christophersen on the review of his dissertation.

  • Publication . Review . 1982
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Publisher: Medeltidsarkeologiska föreningen
    Country: Sweden

    Reply on the comments in the same volume by Axel Christophersen on the review of his dissertation.

  • Publication . Review . 1982
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Wienberg, Jes;
    Country: Sweden

    Transformation of handicraft? A criticism of the relation between the model applied and the material chosen: remains of bone and antler handicraft in Medieval Lund (Scania). Its is suggested that the market economy was developed already in Viking Age.