The Ecology of Early Settlement in Northern Europe
Conditions for Subsistence and Survival
The Early Settlement of Northern Europe, Volume 1
Per Persson [+–]
University of Oslo
Felix Riede [+–]
University of Aarhus
Birgitte Skar [+–]
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Heidi Mjelva Breivik [+–]
Department of Historical Studies, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.
Leif Jonsson [+–]
The Goteborg Museum of Natural History
The first volume in this three volume series presents new archaeological and ecological data and analyses on the relation between human subsistence and survival, and the natural history of North-Western Europe throughout the period 10000 – 6000 BC. The volume contains contributions from ecological oriented archaeologists and from the natural sciences, throwing new light on the physical and biotic/ecological conditions of relevance to the earliest settlement. The volume explores the themes of human subsistence, subsistence technology, ecology and food availability pertaining to the first humans, and demographic patterns among humans linked to the accessibility of different landscapes.
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