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Bronze Age Settlement and Land-Use in Thy, Northwest Denmark, vol 1+2 (Hardback)

Ancient History > Prehistory > European Prehistory

Imprint: Aarhus University Press
Series: Jutland Archaeological Society Publications
Pages: 865
ISBN: 9788793423220
Published: 1st August 2018
Casemate UK Academic



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This two volume monograph about the region of Thy in the early Bronze Age provides a high resolution archaeological and ecological model of the organisation of landscape, settlements and households during the period 1500-1100 BC. Bordering the North Sea to the west, and the calmer waters of the Limfjord to the east, the region of Thy in Denmark experienced four centuries of intense economic and demographic expansion.


By combining results from environmental and economic research (pollen and palaeo-botanical analyses) with intensive field surveys and excavations of farmsteads with exceptional preservation, it has been possible to open a window to the changes that transformed Bronze Age society and its environment during a few centuries of exceptional expansion and wealth consumption. The results from this interdisciplinary venture made it possible to link together the histories of local farmsteads with the wider regional and global history of the Bronze Age in North-western Europe during this period. Here is much to feed on for students and researchers of the Bronze Age alike.

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