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|Description:||204 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The Mesolithic in Ostergotland - An introduction (Tom Carlsson, Goran Gruber and Fredrik Molin); From blank spot to focal point: An eastern Swedish site from a south Scandinavian perspective (Lars Larsson); Home, sweet home: The spatial story of Mesolithic settlement organisation in Ostergotland (Tom Carlsson); Leister fishing in Motala Strom during the Atlantic period: A typological study based on the finds from the Motala site, Ostergotland (Thomas Bergstran); From the hunter's point of view: Animal bones from the Motala site (Joakim Aberg); Actions in quartz: Some reflections on shiny white stones in eastern central Sweden (Roger Wikell); The flint from the settlement site in Motala: A study of raw material, technology, and function (Nicklas Eriksson); A more human society: Aspects of Mesolithic research (Magnus Rolof); Morby - the oldest settlement site in Ostergotland (Anders Kaliff); Between ancient Vattern and the Ancylus Lake: Early Mesolithic settlement in the Motala district in western Ostergotland (Fredrik Molin); Many Mesolithic sites along the shores: Some results from surveys in Kolmarden and Vikbolandet, Ostergotland in eastern central Sweden (Roger Wikell); Newly discovered sites on the shores of the Littorina Sea (Alf Ericsson and Roger Wikell).|
|Series Title:||Skrifter (Sweden. Riksantikvarieämbetet. Arkeologiska undersökningar), no 64.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Göran Gruber ; [translation, Alan Crozier].|