Scandinavian Neolithic

  • Christopher Prescott

Abstract

The earliest Neolithic phases coincide with the transition from the warm Atlantic phase to the somewhat cooler sub-boreal climate phase. Within the large region, precipitation, temperatures, and winds vary greatly, being characterized by coastal to inland climates.

Keywords

Habitation Site Neolithic Culture Nordic Region Ritual Structure Cult House 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Christopher Prescott
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  1. 1.IAKN, Nordisk ArkeologiOsloNorway

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