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Hunters, herders and hearths: interpreting new results from hearth row sites in Pasvik, Arctic Norway
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015)
The transition from hunting to reindeer herding has been a central topic in a number of archaeological works. Recently conducted archaeological investigation of two interior hearth row sites in Pasvik, Arctic Norway, have yielded new results that add significantly to the discussion. The sites are dated within the period 1000-1300 AD, and are unique within this corpus due to their rich bone assemblages. ...