The first settlers arrived at the end of the Ice Age. Archaeological remains of hunting-fishing communities in Finnmark and Rogaland date from 9500–8000 BC. By 2500 BC a new influx of settlers brought cattle and crop farming. Links with Roman-occupied Gaul in the first four centuries AD were strong. By 800 AD tribal groups had established their own legislative assemblies, the things.
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