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Kekke Stadin

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Kekke Stadin
Professor
Alfred Nobels allé 7
Södertörns Högskola
Flemingsberg
Phone: +46 8 608 4256
Fax: +46 8 608 4360
F 913 F-huset
Publications

In: Släktforskarnas årsbok 2016. Stockholm : Sveriges släktforskarförbund, 2016. 193-206.

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Kekke Stadin

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2016

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

Research area for doctoral studies

Historical Studies

Historisk Tidskrift (S) 2015, 135 (1): 128-133.

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Kekke Stadin

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2015

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Historical Studies

In: . : .

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Kekke Stadin

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2014

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

Research area for doctoral studies

Historical Studies

In: . : .

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Kekke Stadin

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2014

School/Centre

School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

Research area for doctoral studies

Historical Studies

In: Allt på ett bräde. Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2014. 209-222.

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Kekke Stadin

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2014

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Historical Studies

In: . : .

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Kekke Stadin

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2012

School/Centre

School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

Research area for doctoral studies

Historical Studies

In: Connecting the Baltic Area. Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2011. 197-210.

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Kekke Stadin

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2011

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Stockholm : Carlsson, 2010.

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Kekke Stadin

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2010

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Scandinavian Economic History Review 2008, 56 (3): 242-243.

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Kekke Stadin

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2008

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Historisk Tidskrift (S) 2008, 128 (4): 736-738.

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Kekke Stadin

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2008

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Stockholms Lilja. Stockholm : Stads- och kommunhistoriska institutet, 2007. 205-238.

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Kekke Stadin

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2007

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Scandia 2007, 73 : 7-25.

When someone lay claim to dominate an area it is usually done by markings. Theses actions could, be seen as symbolic,but also as social actions establishing relations of power. This article focus on these strategies used by early modern governor generals, representing the Swedish government, to legitimize the Swedish sovereignty over the provinces in the Baltic area, that is, how the Swedish control was represented. Governor generals had both the military and the civil control over the provinces. One important side of their government was to establish a relation to the subjects, a relation of power. In the Government Act 1634 it is stated their duty to proclaim the honor and needs of Sweden. Ritualized ceremonies and solemnities were thus one important aspect of their official function. More and more activities as their own arrivals, consecrations, inspections of military units, were ritualized and made something special. To establish a power relation, it was important that the subjects, or at least the local elite, participated in one way or another. At first it was not obvious for the local elite or other subjects to participate in these activities, and then the strategy failed. From the middle of the 17(th) century, however, at least the higher ranks were present. The strategy of the General Governors was to give the ceremonies and solemnities weight by alluding to well known rituals as royal coronations and processions. Through theses ritualized actions the greatness of the great power was visualized. The governor general had put a mark on his territory.

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Kekke Stadin

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2007

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Scandia 2007, 73 (1): 7-25.

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Kekke Stadin

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2007

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2006.

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Kekke StadinMonica EinarssonMartin WottleRobert Sandberg

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2006

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Iklädd identitet. Stockholm : Carlsson, 2005. 31-59.

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Kekke Stadin

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2005

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Signums kulturhistoria. Lund : Signum, 2005. 375-405.

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Kekke Stadin

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2005

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Scandinavian Journal of History 2005, 30 (1): 61-82.

This essay will use visual representations to illuminate the process whereby seventeenth-century Sweden became a great European power. During the seventeenth century, a new technology of visual representation had provided European leaders with the illusionist tricks so essential to image-making. Throughout Europe, political imagery and propaganda assumed important roles in politics. In the Thirty Years War, Sweden projected a very masculine image. Visual representations stressed martial values and prowess, personified by Gustavus Adolphus. As a young female monarch, his daughter Christina did not fit this image. One immediate change during her reign was that the queen represented Sweden’s political power, while the martial image was personified by the field marshals. In the late seventeenth century, during the absolutist era, the field marshals maintained their position in the visual representations of Sweden, then, however, in their role as servants to the king. During her reign, the representations of power also Underwent several lasting changes. Christina was the first in the line of Swedish monarchs portrayed in her personal image, as a woman at leisure. Another important change vas that royal imagery in her reign used visual representations of half-real, half-allegorical female figures, which prepared the way for a female allegory, Suecia, personfying Sweden from the era of royal absolutism in the 1680s.

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Kekke Stadin

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2005

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Populär Historia 2005, 11 : -.

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Kekke Stadin

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2005

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2005.

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Kekke Stadin

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2005

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Tvärsnitt 2004, 3 : -.

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Kekke Stadin

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2004

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Lund : Nordic Academic Press, 2004.

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Kekke Stadin

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2004

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Baltic towns their inhabitants. Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2003. 56-73.

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Kekke Stadin

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2003

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Kön, makt, våld. Göteborg : Historiska institutionen, Stockholms universitet,.

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Kekke Stadin

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2003

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Baltic towns their inhabitants. Stockholm : Södertörns högskola, 2003. 4-10.

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Kekke Stadin

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2003

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
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Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2003. (Research Reports ; 2003:2)

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Kekke Stadin

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2003

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Society, towns and masculinity. Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2001. 73-115.

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Kekke Stadin

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2001

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Towns, society and masculinity. Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2001. 4-13.

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Kekke Stadin

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2001

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 2001.

This anthology has been written by participants in the research project “State, Towns and Integration of Society: The Swedish Baltic Empire and the Baltic Area in Early Modern Times”.Sven Lilja writes on Macro Theories and Baltic History c 1500-1800Robert Sandberg on The Towns, the Urban System and the State in the Early Modern SystemKekke Stadin on The Prince, the Hero and the Swedish Empire, and, finally,Lars Geschwind on Swedish Universities in the Seventeenth Century.

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Kekke Stadin

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2001

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Kvinnovetenskaplig tidskrift 1999, 2 : 85-87.

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Kekke Stadin

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1999

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Huddinge : Södertörns högskola, 1999. (Projektbeskrivning ; )

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Kekke Stadin

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1999

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Årsbok / Hembygdsföreningen Arboga minne 1998, : 5-16.

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Kekke Stadin

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1998

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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Scandia 1997, 63 (2): 193-225.

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1997

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In: Historiska etyder. Uppsala : Historiska institutionen, 1997. 223-235.

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Kekke Stadin

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1997

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School of Historical and Contemporary Studies
History

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In: Järnkvinnor. Uppsala : Historiska institutionen, 1996. 57-70.

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Kekke Stadin

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1996

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In: Från stormakt till smånation. Stockholm : Tiden, 1995. 105-121.

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Kekke Stadin

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1995

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In: Kvinnornas historia. : Forskningsrådsnämnden (FRN).

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1993

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In: Makt och vardag. Stockholm : Atlantis, 1993. 177-196.

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Kekke Stadin

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1993

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Historisk Tidskrift (S) 1993, : 131-139.

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Stellan Dahlgren

Kekke Stadin

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1993

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Uppsala : Historiska institutionen, 1993.

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1993

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Uppsala : Historiska institutionen, Universitetet, 1990.

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Stellan Dahlgren

Kekke Stadin

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1990

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In: Manliga strukturer och kvinnliga strategier. Borås : Historiska institutionen, 1987. 120-134.

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Kekke Stadin

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1987

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Scandinavian Journal of History 1984, 9 (2-3): 135-147.

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1984

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Historisk Tidskrift (S) 1983, 102 : 488-515.

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1983

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Stockholm : Universitets- och högskoleämbetet, 1982. (UHÄ-rapport ; 1982:4)

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Marianne Carlsson

Kekke Stadin

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1982

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In: Polacksbacken. Uppsala : Lundequistska bokh., 1982. -.

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Kekke Stadin

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1982

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Stockholm : Universitets- och högskoleämbetet, 1982. (UHÄ-rapport ; 1982:4)

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Marianne Carlsson

Kekke Stadin

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1982

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Historisk Tidskrift (S) 1980, 3 : 298-319.

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1980

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1979

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Årsbok / Hembygdsföreningen Arboga Minne 1978, : 72-76.

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1978

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