Láksjohka, Tana kommune, Finnmark 2006
Keywords:House-pits, inland archaeology, Arctic Norway, hunter-gatherer, Stone Age
Excavation report (in Norwegian) from Láksjohka, Deatnu/Tana municipality, Finnmark. Includes background, methods, observations, interpretations and AMS dates.
Skandfer, M. 2012 "Change and Recollection: House Structures and Social Identification in Finnmark, Artic Norway 2400 BC - AD 300." In Damm, Charlotte and Saarikiivi, Janne (eds.): Networks, Interaction and Emerging Identities in Fennoscandia and Beyond. Papers from the Conference held in Tromsø, Norway, October 13-16 2009. Suomalais-Ugrilainen Seura / Finno-Ugrian Society 2012 pp. 155-176
Skandfer, M. and Bruun, I. M. 2004 "”De eldste husene i Pasvik.” Varanger årbok 2006, pp. 106-117.
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Report from the same site 2007: http://doi.org/10.7557/7.4334
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