Nadlok and the Origin of the Copper Inuit

Flagstone floor

The flagstone floors of the semi-subterranean stone houses were more tight-fitting than those of the antler huts. Winter houses were partially submerged in the tundra to lessen heat loss from the prevailing northwest wind.

Figure 1
An overhead shot of a flagstone floor of one of the huts, after it was cleaned for reconstruction.

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