All photos are taken by Marte Spangen unless otherwise stated. They are not to be used without the permission of the photographer.
Circular stone structure in Tolga, Hedmark, Norway, 2011
Circular offering site in Lakselv, Porsanger, Finnmark, North Norway
This has previously been reported as a falcon catcher facility, but seems to be a circular offering sites with two cache structures in the background. Komagdalen.
The circular offering site by Láhpojohka has a high wall and is apparently not meant to be entered. It is situated by a crossing point for the reindeer on the river to the south of the structure, and Anders Vars has registered a hunting system of 18 pit falls on a hill to the north.
The circular offering site in Løkvik, Berlevåg. In the background Jan Ingolf shows Bo Lilledahl Andersen and Berit Heggholmen from NRK some lithic raw material on this Early Stone Age site.
The structure by Gálggojávri, Storfjord, Troms
This structure by the Nedre Molvikvatnet, Porsanger, Finnmark, was suggested to be a possible circular offering site, but I believe it is a shooting blind, aiming at the crosing in the background
Offering site with stone circle around a mound in Karasjok, Finnmark
Circular offeirng site, Kvalsund, Finnmark
Circular offeirng site, Lakselv, Porsanger, Finnmark
Remains of wood under fallen-down stones from the wall in the structure by Geaimmejávri, Karasjok, Finnmark
Looking at interesting osteological material, i.e. bone finds, from circular offering sites at Tromsø Museum
Going through the fieldnotes from Vorren´s private archive at Tromsø Museum
Interesting structure at Åse, Andøya, Nordland, very similar to the ones in Kramvik/Grunnesbukt, Vardø, Finnmark. With Sámi parliament archaeologist Arne Håkon Thomassen
The structure by Geaimmejávri, Karasjok, Finnmark
Mysterious large circular structure on the island Tarva, Bjugn, Sør-Trøndelag
The stone circle-free, despite records to the contrary, area south of Nordre Bjellåvatn, Saltdal, Nordland
Ready to go up river Karasjohka to see another interesting stone circle
The Beajalgŋai circular offering site, Karasjok, Finnmark
The crew well into the dig in the area previously investigated by Vorren. From left: Siiri Tolonen, Anni-Helena Routsala, and Synnøve Thingnæs
Synnøve and Siiri carefully retrieves a mass of humus soil and bones
Happy diggers in front of the accommodation and transportation provided by the very helpful hosts at the Ravnastua mountain cabin. Photographer: O. Eriksen
Deep concentration in the trench by Gálggojávri. From left: Camilla Olofsson, Anna-Kaisa Salmi, and Anni-Helena Routsala. Photo: Ingvild Larsen
Photopole shoot of the amazing crew, from left Anni-Helena Routsala, Ingvild Larsen, Camilla Olofsson, Marte Spangen, and Anna-Kaisa Salmi