By Rundkvist, Martin
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3 Location of the graves The relative positions of the graves are fixed by Hansson’s plan of Uddvide New Quarry and by his 1920 plan of Roes quarry, onto which his 1919 plan and Arne’s 1920 plan can be superimposed. The Roes graves can be fixed in absolute terms by the inclusion of Gullbacken, the road and a plan scale. Arne’s plan features an incorrect scale statement and an 3. Recent History of the Cemetery erroneous compass arrow. It can only be placed in relation to Hansson’s plan through the inclusion of a field wall and by comparing the quarry edges.
The area had previously been cultivated and the grave superstructures removed to build stone walls. This is clearly shown on the photographs, in contrast to the dense clusters of stone cairns immediately south of the excavated area, on the other side of a wall. Peter Manneke assisted Häger toward the end of the excavations. 3 The finds The finds carry inventory number SHM 27296 and were in good condition in July 1995. Pre-conservation photographs of the finds are included in the report. 34 Manneke 1960-61 Road works touched upon the Barshalder graves in more ways than through the need for gravel.
This is highly uncharacteristic and may indicate that she was not sure what property she was on in the shifting landscape of the gravel pit. 3 The finds Arwidsson brought these and other finds from Gotland 19571958 to the department in Stockholm. Other work then seems to have prevented her from finishing the reports. Kristina Lamm recalls that during the Cuban missile crisis Arwidsson 3. Recent History of the Cemetery instructed her students in how the finds from Gotland should be evacuated if World War III broke out.