Scandinavian Culture History and Archaeology
The Ahrensburg culture is the name archaeologists have given to the early prehistoric (transitional Late Paleolithic to Mesolithic) culture of Scandinavia, 12,500-9000 BC.
Alpine Lake Dwellings
Alpine Lake Dwellings are a type of archaeological site found at the edge of lakes in the Alps or other mountainous regions
The Bromme culture is the name given to an early prehistoric reindeer-hunting culture of Scandinavia
The Ertebolle-Ellerbeck culture is the name given to the Late Mesolithic/Early Neolithic communities of northern Europe.
The Federmesser Culture is the name of a Scandinavian Late Mesolithic group (circa 12,500-9000 BC)
The Norse were Viking warriors who were great adventurers, traveling westward from the Viking homeland to Iceland, Greenland, and yes, even Canada.
Pitted Ware Culture: Hunter Gatherers of Scandinavia
The Pitted Ware Culture is the name given to a Neolithic period people living in Scandinavia in the 3rd millennia BC.