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Record #197403:

Pohjois-Suomen kalapatojen arkeologiaa - havaintoja viidestä sisävesikohteesta / Jari Okkonen, Jukka Heikkilä.

Title: Pohjois-Suomen kalapatojen arkeologiaa - havaintoja viidestä sisävesikohteesta / Jari Okkonen, Jukka Heikkilä.
Translated title: Observations at five fish weir sites in northern Finland.
Author(s): Okkonen, Jari.
Heikkilä, Jukka.
Date: 2011.
Language: Finnish.
In: Faravid. (2011.), Vol. 35 (2011)
Abstract: Describes five known fish weir sites in northern Ostrobothnia and Kainuu. Sites are difficult to date, but it is likely that weirs were in constant use for many centuries. One interesting aspect is that some fish weirs are adjacent to both prehistoric dwelling sites and pits for trapping reindeer.
Notes:

Faravid. Vol. 35 :29-43 (2011).

English abstract.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography.
639.2 -- Fisheries.
639.21 -- Fisheries, fresh-water.
903 -- Archaeology.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*56) -- Finland.
SPRI record no.: 197403

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