Ertebolle is the name given to the Late Mesolithic and Early Neolithic communities that were found in northern Europe. These were a people consisting of hunter-gatherers and fisher who adopted mainly pottery but not agriculture from their close neighbors. The name originated from a town in Jutland, Denmark, where such mounds were found.
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of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a late Mesolithic culture of the western Baltic coast associated with kitchen middens and having pottery in its later phases.