Northeastern European Bronze Age
Komarov, Trzciniec, Textile Pottery
The climate of northeastern Europe was apparently somewhat dryer and cooler than today. Pollen analysis suggests that deforestation was widespread, most likely at the hands of humans clearing land for agriculture.
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