Tågerup - fifteen hundred years of Mesolithic occupation in Western Scania, Sweden: a preliminary view.
Publikation/Tidskrift/Serie: European Journal of Archaeology
Dokumenttyp: Artikel i tidskrift
Förlag: SAGE Publications Inc.
The slopes of the Tågerup promontory in western Scania contain one of the largest known Mesolithic settlements that has ever been excavated in Scandinavia. The Tågerup site displays a unique combination of huts and houses, graves and wooden implements, flints and bones which constitute a 1500-year-long Mesolithic occupation sequence, dated 6500–5000 cal BC. During that time, there were gradual but far-reaching changes in settlement structure and organization, the use of the landscape, flint technology and food procurement strategies.
- ISSN: 1461-9571