Selected publications

  • Holck P. The Skeleton from the Gokstad Ship: New Evaluation of an Old Find. Norwegian Archaeological Review 2009; Vol. 42(1): 40-49.
  • Holck P. Two Medieval “Trepanations” – Therapy or Swindle? International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 2008; Vol. 18: 188-194.
  • Holck P. Bone Mineral Densities in the Prehistoric, Viking-Age and Medieval Populations of Norway. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 2007; Vol. 17(2): 199-206.
  • Holck P. The Oseberg Ship Burial, Norway: New Thoughts on the Skeletons from the Grave Mound. European Journal of Archaeology 2006; Vol. 42(1): 185-210.
  • Holck P. Fracture Mechanism of the Human Skull. Scandinavian Journal of Forensic Science 2005; Vol. 11(2): 69-71.
  • Holck P. What can a baby’s skull withstand? Testing the skull’s resistance on an anatomical preparation. Forensic Science International 2005; Vol. 151(2-3): 187-191.
  • Byock, J., Walker P., Erlandson J., Holck P. A Viking-Age Valley in Iceland: The Mosfell Archaeological Project. Medieval Archaeology 2005; Vol. XLIX, 195-218.
  • Byock J., Walker P., Erlandson J., Holck P. Bioarchaeological evidence for the health status of an early Icelandic population. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2004 Suppl: 202-240.
  • Byock J., Walker P., Erlandson J., Holck P. A Viking-Age farm, church and cemetery at Hrisbru, Mosfell Valley, Iceland. Antiquity 2003; Vol. 77(297): 1-3.
  • Holck P. Cremated Bones. A Medical-Anthropological Study of an Archaeological Material on Cremation Burials. 3rd revised edition. Oslo: Anatomical Institute, UiO, 1997.
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