These sites are described in the November 2005 issue of the Oxford Journal of Archaeology, in the article entitled: The First Lake-Dwellers of Lithuania: Late Bronze Age Pile Settlements on Lake Luokesas

The abstract:

Lake Luokesas in Lithuania has become the centre of attention in northern European wetland archaeological research after the discovery of two Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age pile dwellings. Their unique location, chronology and building techniques have the potential to revolutionise our understanding of important aspects of wetland communities in later prehistoric Europe.
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By: AlbinoFlea
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