The cave Svarthola (aka. Vistehola), located in Randaberg, Norway, was during the Stone Age the main shelter for a group of 25 persons, from around 6000 BC. These people were mainly collectors and hunters, but from around 4000 BC they also started with agriculture. From around 2000 BC, their main activity was farming.
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