By Rundkvist, Martin
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Recent History of the Cemetery These terse reports both belong to a backlog of which Arwidsson worked to rid herself in 1954. This probably explains her slightly uncharacteristic close-mouthedness. 2 The excavations No graves were visibly threatened at the large Uddvide quarry where Bohrn had worked in 1938 and Arwidsson in 1947. The new damage had been done with the re-opening of small quarries further toward the SSW. Arwidsson found two partly disturbed cairns and, further to the SSW, a truncated stonecovered charcoal layer.
3 The finds As the first County Archaeologist for Gotland, Stenberger was interested in enlarging the collection at Gotlands Fornsal and made a request on behalf of the museum to the Board of National Antiquities to be given the finds of 1935. The finds from twelve of the graves were accessioned by Gotlands Fornsal and given inventory number GF C8654. On Ture Arne’s advice, the unusual finds from Bhr 1935:01 and Bhr 1935:11 were entered into SHM’s inventory under number SHM 21242, but nonetheless immediately transferred to Gotlands Fornsal on longterm loan (GF Dep 1393).
Interest in the preservation of ancient monuments is not lacking, but financial circumstances do not permit personal sacrifices. The small salary I receive for police work is only 150 kronor per year. Can therefore not set aside time without compensation. Do not have large demands in life but am content, and am grateful for small compensations. ” (Letter ATA 4240/1930) Ohlsson ended his letter with a warning that Mrs Johansson was planning a new garden plot near her house. His advice was to forbid this or to excavate the area.
Barshalder I. A cemetery in Grötlingbo and Fide parishes, Gotland, Sweden, c. AD 1-1100. Excavations and finds 1826-1971. by Rundkvist, Martin