SPP1400 Ostholstein - Megaliths and Settlement Structures oft the Funnelbeaker culture in Eastern Holstein


SPP1400 Ostholstein - Megaliths and Settlement Structures oft the Funnelbeaker culture in Eastern Holstein

Keywords Megaliths; Monumentality; Settlements; Burials; Eastern Holstein; Germany
Description In the subproject “Megaliths and Settlement Structures in Eastern Holstein during 3500–2700 BC: Middle Trave Valley and Western Oldenburger Graben” within the scope of the DFG priority program SPP 1400 “Early Monumentality and Social Differentiation: On the origin and development of Neolithic large-scale buildings and the emergence of early complex societies in Northern Central Europe”, field research was performed from 2009–2014 in the area of the settlements of Oldenburg-Dannau LA 77 and Bad Oldesloe-Wolkenwehe LA 154 and at the burial site Wangles LA 69. These excavations are the fundament of the reconstruction of the settlement and burial landscape in the small regions of the Western Oldenburger Graben and the Middle Trave Valley in Northern Germany.
Coverage Eastern Holstein
3500–2700 BC
Author(s) J.P. Brozio
Contributor(s) -
Created -
Last Modified 2016
Date published 2016
Language German
Format .csv
Extent Various
Bibliographic Citation J. P. Brozio, Megalithanlagen und Siedlungsmuster im Trichterbecherzeitlichen Ostholstein. Frühe Monumentalität und soziale Differenzierung 9 (Bonn 2016).
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Bad Oldesloe-Wolkenwehe LA 154

Ceramic ( .CSV1, .CSV2); Stones (.CSV)  

Oldenburg-Dannau LA 77

Ceramic ( .CSV1, .CSV2 ); Stones (.CSV)

Wangels LA 69

Ceramic ( .CSV1, .CSV2); Stones ( .CSV)



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