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Altendorf (megalithic tomb) __ "It was a gallery grave belonging to the Late Neolithic Wartberg culture. The Altenburg tomb is of special significance in Central European prehistory because of the large number of individuals it contained"  An encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altendorf_%28megalithic_tomb%29

Archaeological Sites in Germany __ A collection of resources and links related to archaeology in Germany. - From about.com - http://archaeology.about.com/od/germansites/Archaeological_Sites_in_Germany.htm

Bandkeramik Village in Vahingen (Germany) __ Archaeological research at a 6th millennium BCE site in southern Germany - photos - German or English - http://home.bawue.de/~wmwerner/grabung/vaih99_e.html

Bettina Arnold - Heuneburg Archaeological Project __ "This is an archaeological project in the advanced planning stage. If you start reading it now, future updates will allow you to follow from beginning to end." - illustrated - By the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee - http://www.uwm.edu/~barnold/arch/arch.html

 

Category:Archaeology of Germany __ List of articles related to archaeology in Germany found in Wikipedia - from wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Archaeology_of_Germany

Esslingen in the Middle Ages __ About the rescue excavation of a Carmelite Friary, founded at the end of the 13th century." - photos - By Baden-Württemberg State Monuments - English, German - http://www.bawue.de/~wmwerner/essling/english/index.html

German Archaeologists Hail New Find...Discovery of Roman Battlefield Poses Historical Riddle __ "Archaeologists in Germany say they have found an ancient battlefield strewn with Roman weapons. The find is significant because it indicates that Romans were fighting battles in north Germany at a far later stage than previously assumed."  A news story. - From spiegel.de - http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,596720,00.html

German archaeology 101: what is the Magdeburg shoe? __ German archaeologists in Magdeburg dug up a 13th Century shoe. Now what can that tell us?  Quite a bit it seems. - From examiner.com - http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-16053-Germany-Headlines-Examiner~y2009m7d19-German-archaeology-101-the-Magdeburg-shoe

German archaeology during the Third Reich, 1933-45: a case study based on archival evidence __ "The history of the archaeological disciplines in Germany during the Nazi era can be considered as a locus classicus of nationalist interpretation and misuse of the past."  You will find a multi-page detailed look. - From Martin Maischberger - http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb3284/is_291_76/ai_n28906138/

Hochdorf: The Grave Barrow... __ About the excavation and reconstruction of a Celtic Chieftain's grave - photos - From Keltenmuseum Hochdorf - http://www.bawue.de/~wmwerner/hochdorf/hgl1.html

Letter from Germany: Atlantis of the Baltic __ "Once upon a time, on the Baltic coast of what is now Germany, there arose a city called Vineta. The largest in Europe, it was said to be richer than Constantinople. Travelers and merchants came from all over the old world to live and trade there"  Learn about the search for the lost city of Vineta.  One archaeologist thinks he has found it. - From archaeology.org - http://www.archaeology.org/0307/abstracts/letter.html 

Mount Ipf __ "Learn about Mount Ipf in Germany; it was a prehistoric settlement and Celtic hill fort" - photos - http://home.bawue.de/~wmwerner/english/ipf.html


 

 

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