Linus Girdland Flink is a frequent visiter at AFL, a proper ATLAS alumni. And now, in early november, he is visiting again. Linus has a genuine interest in Scandinavian prehistory, and although he is presently employed at the Liverpool University, he keeps popping up in our corridors every now and then, with a set of new interesting ideas concerning some part of our prehistory that he wants to test. This time he was mainly here to try to bring some of his recent work with us to an end, at least in the laboratory so we can start to analyse and interpret his data. It is always a pleasure to have Linus visiting.