TH4-08 - Safe behind Walls and Ramparts? Archaeological Perspectives on Early Modern Fortifications in the Baltic and Scandinavian Region
The Fortifications of Gothenburg - A Centennial Construction Site / Tom Wennberg, Gothenburg City Museum
The Early Modern Fortifications of Halmstad / Lena Buggner, Regional Museum Halland, Halmstad
Kuressaare fortress (Estonia) as an example of the transformation of bastion fortifications / Ragnar Nurk, Tallinn University, Aruküla
Prussian, early modern fortification in Pomerania, a result of the Purssian - Swedish struggle / Grzegorz Podruczny, Adam Mickiewicz University, Slubice
The fortifications of Copenhagen: The western boundary as seen at Rådhuspladsen (Townhall square) / Ed Lyne, Museum of Copenhagen
Remnants of a Siege - The Siege of Älvsborg 1612 at the West Coast of Sweden / Tom Wennberg, Gothenburg City Museum; Mats Sandin, Rio Göteborg Natur- och kulturkooperativ, Gothenburg
The bastions of Christian 4th / Rikke Simonsen, Copenhagen Museum
The new fortified Kalmar - a work in progress during the 17th century / Annika Konsmar, National Historical Museums, Linköping
Breaching walls and sinking ships: the performance of 17th-century artillery / Fred Hocker, Vasa Museum, Stockholm
From earthworks to scars of the cold war - 500 years of coastal defence on Gotland / Gustaf Svedjemo, Uppsala University
Sveaborg (Suomenlinna), an 18th century sea fortress and the importance of water areas / Minna Koivikko, The National Board of Antiquities of Finland, Helsinki
The Outdating of Medieval Fortifications - The Castle of Raseborg and the Town Wall of Vyborg / Georg Haggren, University of Helsinki
The city wall in Nya Lödöse / Pia Svensson, National Historical Museums, Mölndal, Sweden