Series: Suomen muinaismuistoyhdistyksen aikakauskirja

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Langangsbacken: Ett gravfalt fran yngre jarnaldern pa Aland (Finska fornminnesforeningens tidskrift) (Swedish Edition) by Ella Kivikoski80
R. W. Ekmanin ja C. E. Sjöstrandin Kalevala-aiheinen taide by Jukka Ervamaa81
Luistari. II : The Artefacts by Pirkko-Liisa Lehtosalo-Hilander82.2
Liedon Vanhanlinnan mäkilinna by Jukka Luoto87
Iron age studies in Salo I-II. The research history of the Isokylä aresa in Salo / An iron age community at Ketohaka in Salo and other remains of metal period buoldings in Finland by Lars Pettersson89.1
Iron age studies in Salo III. The development of iron age settlement in the Isokylä area in Salo by Marianne Schauman-L©œnnqvist89.2
Templum Saloense : pohjalaisen tukipilarikirkon arvoitus = an early Ostrobothnian block-pillar church and its background by Lars Pettersson90
Ancient hillforts of Finland: Problems of analysis, chronology, and interpretation with special reference to the hillfort of Kuhmoinen (Finska fornminnesforeningens tidskrift) by J.-P Taavitsainen94
The stone churches of the medieval diocese of Turku. A systematic classification and chronology by Markus Hiekkanen101
Luterilaisen kirkkointeriöörin muotoutuminen Suomessa : pitäjänkirkon sisustuksen muutokset reformaatiosta karoliinisen ajan loppuun (1527-1718) by Hanna Pirinen103
The Finnish Nubia expedition to Sudanese Nubia 1964-65. Vol. I : Text: the excavation reports by Gustaf Donner105.2
Kristinuskon saapumisesta Suomeen : uskontoarkeologinen tutkimus by Paula Purhonen106
Textile ceramics in Finland and on the Karelian Isthmus : nine variations and fugue on a theme of C. F. Meinander by Mika Lavento109
Suomen tieteelliset voittomaat : Venja Siperia suomalaisessa arkeologiassa 1870-1935 by Timo Salminen110
Kivet puhuvat: Arkkitehtuuritoimiston Usko Nyström-Petrelius-Penttilä asuinkerrostalot Helsingissä 1895-1908 by Eija Rauske112
Kalleuksia isänmaalle: Eliel Aspelin-Haapkylä taiteen keräilijänä ja taidehistorioitsijana by Hanne Selkokari115
Jac. Ahrenberg ja historian perint: restaurointisuunnitelmat Viipurin ja Turun linnoihin 1800-luvun lopussa by Anna Ripatti118
Ikkunoita ikonien ja kirkkoesineiden historiaan : Suomen autonomisen ortodoksisen kirkon esineellinen kulttuuriperint1920-1980-luvuilla by Katariina Husso119
Wall paintings, workshops, and visual production in the Medieval Diocese of Turku from 1430 to 1540 by Katja Fält120
Valta, tyyli ja tila: Keisarien ja presidenttien residenssi Helsingissä 1837-1940 by Jukka Relas121
Kollegat, ystävät ja kiistakumppanit : suomalaisten arkeologien kansainväliset yhteydet 1870-1950 = Colleagues, friends and opponents : the international contacts of Finnish archaeologists 1870-1950 by Timo Salminen122

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