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Jutland Archaeological Society was founded in 1951. Its aim is to promote archaeological research and to make archaeology accessible to anyone interested. For example, by publishing the annual journal ‘Kuml’ and a range of other academic books, and by arranging lectures, tours and excursions.

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Palle Eriksen and Per Ole Rindel (eds.)

So-called pit-zone alignments – extraordinary kilometre-long belts of closely-spaced holes that extended across the Iron Age landscape – are almost exclusively known from Denmark. This book presents investigations and analyses of these structures and places them in a wider perspective, referring to related phenomena in other countries and examining their function and purpose. It provides a detailed insight into a completely new kind of ancient monument and previously unremarked aspects of life in prehistory.

464 pages. Richly illustrated. Hardback.
Price: 375.00 DKK.