Dr. Liv Helga Dommasnes is Professor of Archaeology at the University Museum of Bergen, Norway. Among her publications are the articles Women, Kinship and the Basis of Power in the Norwegian Viking Age (1991 and 1998) and Women Archaeologists in Retrospect (1998, co-written with E.J. Kleppe, G. Mandt and J.-R. Naess). Her most recent book, Telling Children About the Past (2007), is co-edited with Dr. Nena Galanidou of the University of Crete, Greece.Melanie Wrigglesworth, MA, is a PhD student at the University museum of Bergen, Norway. She is writing her thesis on Scandinavian Bronze Age, focussing on rock art and landscape. Among her publications are Explorations in Social Memory–Rock Art, lLndscape and the Reuse of Place (2006) and Bronze Age Rock Art and Burials in West Norway ( 2007).