Fishing with stationary wooden structures in (Sub-)Neolithic Finland

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Stationary wooden structures associated with fisheries are currently the most common type of wetland archaeological site in Finland. Nearly 100 sites containing wooden stationary structures have been discovered in peatlands and muddy lake sediments. The wooden remains have been deposited in peatlands due to isostatic land uplift, lake terrestrialization, and other factors enhancing paludification, or they are still located in shallow water. Based on securely-dated samples, nearly similar designs have been used for several millennia, from c. 4000 BCE until modern times. Fishing structures yield valuable evidence for investigating fishing methods and the mode of subsistence among past populations.
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OtsikkoSubsistence strategies in the Stone Age, direct and indirect evidence of fishing and gathering : Materials of the international conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Vladimir Mikhailovich Lozovski 15–18 May 2018, Saint-Petersburg
Sivumäärä4
JulkaisupaikkaSt Petersburg
Julkaisupäivä2018
Sivut116-119
ISBN (painettu)978-5-907053-00-7
TilaJulkaistu - 2018
OKM-julkaisutyyppiB3 Vertaisarvioimaton artikkeli konferenssijulkaisussa
TapahtumaSubsistence Strategies in the Stone Age, Direct and Indirect Evidence of Fishing and Gathering - State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Venäjä
Kesto: 15 toukokuuta 201818 toukokuuta 2018
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  • 615 Historia ja arkeologia

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Koivisto, S. (2018). Fishing with stationary wooden structures in (Sub-)Neolithic Finland. teoksessa Subsistence strategies in the Stone Age, direct and indirect evidence of fishing and gathering: Materials of the international conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Vladimir Mikhailovich Lozovski 15–18 May 2018, Saint-Petersburg (Sivut 116-119). St Petersburg.
Koivisto, Satu. / Fishing with stationary wooden structures in (Sub-)Neolithic Finland. Subsistence strategies in the Stone Age, direct and indirect evidence of fishing and gathering: Materials of the international conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Vladimir Mikhailovich Lozovski 15–18 May 2018, Saint-Petersburg. St Petersburg, 2018. Sivut 116-119
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Koivisto S. Fishing with stationary wooden structures in (Sub-)Neolithic Finland. julkaisussa Subsistence strategies in the Stone Age, direct and indirect evidence of fishing and gathering: Materials of the international conference dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Vladimir Mikhailovich Lozovski 15–18 May 2018, Saint-Petersburg. St Petersburg. 2018. s. 116-119