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Record #140447:

Arkeologiske undersøkelser i Indre og Ytre Molvik, Måsøy, Finnmark 1985-86 / Reidun L. Andreassen.

Title: Arkeologiske undersøkelser i Indre og Ytre Molvik, Måsøy, Finnmark 1985-86 / Reidun L. Andreassen.
Translated title: Archaeological investigations in Inner and Outer Molvik, Måsøy, Finnmark 1985-86.
Author(s): Andreassen, Reidun L.
Date: 1996.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Tromura. Kulturhistorie. (1996.), Vol. 28 (1996)
Abstract: Several houses and other structures were excavated and radiocarbon dated. Results suggest more or less continuous settlement from c. 3000 BC to 17th Cent. Most prominent prehistoric houses were all dated to 1800-0 BC. House sites inhabited between 0 and 600 AD are not visible on surface, and may have been less permanent structures, often using remnants of older houses.
Notes:

Tromura. Kulturhistorie. Vol. 28 :1-86 (1996).

English summary p.3.

Keywords: 903 -- Archaeology.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 140447

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