archaeologists found in the village to relics of a more than 2000-year-old settlement. The researchers in the Westphalian town of traces of House floor plans, grain trenches store and two enigmatic, such as the landscape Association of Westphalia-Lippe (LWL) announced on Wednesday. The settlement come from the iron age, which lasted from 500 to 300 BC. Already in the preliminary tests in 2019 it had found traces of a settlement from the Bronze to the iron age, in addition to finds from the Roman Imperial period.
The latest discovery of nine granaries and charred cereal remains suggest that the people there have operated in the iron age of intensive agriculture, such as fiber-optic archaeologist Bernhard stack described. "We assume that it is a little, well, over the centuries, existing settlement." Further areas of inquiry 2021 was likely to encourage additional settlement remains to the surface.
another archaeological read here...mystery of the circle of trenches
Puzzling are the fiber-optic cable, according to two circular trenches with a diameter of about three meters. They were poorly preserved, making a clear Interpretation impossible at this time. "We are entering new scientific territory. This is what makes archaeology so exciting,“ says excavation leader Dr. Ingo pepper to the Fund. The reason for the bad preservation of the finds, he sees in the medieval agriculture. By ploughs or similar devices, many of the tracks had been damaged in the earth or destroyed.archeology - read more:
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Around 7200 years of age Ritualort in the bathroom
discovered Kösen, The stone age is full of mystery. Now archaeologists have found Kösen, a ritual, around 7200 years old place of power in the bathroom. Two of Earthworks protected the Area on which the houses stood.
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