House types and settlement patterns
Minnesota Archaeologist • Vol/Iss. 28 • Published In • Pages: 2-26 •
By Robbins, Michael C.
Documents and Hypotheses Filed By: mas Megan Farrer
|"House ground plans [are] related to relative permanence of settlement pattern; . . . circular ground plans will tend to be associated with relatively impermenent or mobile settlement patterns, rectangular ground plans with more permanent or sedentary community settlement patterns" (7)||Supported|
|"Ground plans . . . [are] correlated with . . . mean size of local community and intensity of agricultural practices. . . . Circular ground plans would tend to be associated with small communities practicing no . . . or casual agriculture, rectangular with large communities, intensive agriculture" (13)||Supported|