By T. Douglas Price
In this booklet, exotic archaeologist T. Douglas fee presents a heritage of Scandinavia from the arriving of the 1st people to the top of the Viking interval, ca. advert 1050. the 1st e-book of its variety in English in lots of years, historic Scandinavia positive aspects overviews of every prehistoric epoch via illustrative examples from the region's wealthy archaeology. An engrossing and finished photograph of switch around the millennia emerges, exhibiting how human society advanced from small bands of hunter-gatherers to giant farming groups to the advanced warrior cultures of the Bronze and Iron a while, cultures which culminated within the staggering upward push of the Vikings on the finish of the prehistoric interval. the cloth facts of those earlier societies--arrowheads from reindeer hunts, megalithic tombs, rock paintings, fantastically wrought weaponry, Viking warships--give shiny testimony to the traditional peoples of Scandinavia and to their huge contacts with the distant cultures of the Arctic Circle, Western Europe, and the Mediterranean
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