Chasséen Culture is the name given to a Middle Neolithic Bell beaker culture throughout what is now France between 4500 and 2500 BC. The villages were small and sedentary with between 100-400 people, and one of the few apparently egalitarian societies of the Neolithic period. The type site is Chassey le Camp.
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