Abstract and Keywords
This chapter explores the development of Neolithic settlement structures in Scandinavia from c. 4000–1700 BC. Mainly due to recent developer-based archaeology our knowledge of both different types of houses and the development of settlement structure has increased dramatically. The article provides a broad overview of this large geographical area from a long term perspective.
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