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Die trichterbecherzeitliche Siedlung von Lavenstedt FStNr. 178, Ldkr. Rotenburg (Wümme)

Mennenga, Moritz

In Lavenstedt, County Rotenburg (Wümme), research excavations by the Institute
of Historical Coastal Research of Lower Saxony, and the County Archaeology of
Rotenburg (Wümme) during the years of 2009 to 2012 revealed a well and the
remains of a house of the Funnelbeaker culture, amid several other finds in an
area of about 620m2. This is the first time a house plan of this period has been
discovered, which differs from the building style known from Flögeln, Pennigbüttel
and Visbek. Another novelty is the documentation of a well, the first evidence of
such an infrastructural construction during the Early Neolithic in this region. Based on the finds, the site can be tentatively dated to 3200 BC. (FM)

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