This is how the Gressbakken houses may have looked

Late Stone Age dwellings

In the Late Stone Age the dwellings become more solid and permanent, indicating that people became more settled and stayed at their settlements for longer periods of time.

The floor was dug into the ground and the walls built thicker. The walls were made of wood, turf, soil and gravel.

In the beginning of the period the dwellings were relatively small and round, but towards the end of the Late Stone Age the shape of the dwellings became more rectangular/square.

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