The goal of the research within the Survivors of Ragnarök project is ultimately a thoroughly updated version of the development of the Åland Islands of the Late Iron Age and early medieval period, fulfilled in an interdisciplinary manner, and catering to both an academic and a public audience. On this page, you will find a continuously updated list of publications relevant to this purpose and the project.

  • Ilves, K. and Darmark, K. 2020. Striking a blow for the plough layer – Exploring the importance of plough zone finds for the interpretation of a Late Iron Age site. In: C. Hillerdal and K. Ilves (eds.) Re-imagining Periphery: Archaeology and text in northern Europe from Iron Age to Viking- and Early Medieval Periods, 79-89. Oxford: Oxbow books.
  • Ilves, K. 2019. Seals as a ritual signifier: re-evaluating the Ålandic clay paw burial rite. Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXXVI: 33-52.
  • Ilves, K. 2019. Från skifferbrynen till nya arkivupptäckter: En viktig pusselbit för förståelsen av den åländska yngre järnåldern. Åländsk Odling 70: 88-103.
  • Ilves, K. 2018. Stone foundation houses of the Late Iron Age and early medieval Åland and new C14-dates from the settlement of Kulla. Fennoscandia Archaeologica XXXIV (2017): 59-82.
  • Ilves, K. & Olin, R. 2018. Kvarnbohallen – en arkeologisk upptäcktsresa.
  • Ilves, K. 2018. The Kvarnbo Hall: reconsidering the importance of the Late Iron Age Åland Islands. Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology 13: 301-318.
  • Ilves, K. 2015. Fynd efter en yngre järnåldersaristokrati i Kvarnbo, Åland. Finskt Museum 2013-2015: 65-80.
  • Alenius, T. 2014. Viking Age Landscapes and Livelihoods in the Åland Islands: A Review of the Pollen Evidence. In: J. Ahola, Frog and J. Lucenius (eds.) The Viking Age in Åland. Insights into Identity and Remnants of Culture, 187–197. Helsinki: Finnish Academy of Science and Letters 372.