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

Mennenga, Moritz

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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;In Lavenstedt, County Rotenburg (W&amp;uuml;mme), research excavations by the Institute&lt;br /&gt;
of Historical Coastal Research of Lower Saxony, and the County Archaeology of&lt;br /&gt;
Rotenburg (W&amp;uuml;mme) during the years of 2009 to 2012 revealed a well and the&lt;br /&gt;
remains of a house of the Funnelbeaker culture, amid several other finds in an&lt;br /&gt;
area of about 620m2. This is the first time a house plan of this period has been&lt;br /&gt;
discovered, which differs from the building style known from Fl&amp;ouml;geln, Pennigb&amp;uuml;ttel&lt;br /&gt;
and Visbek. Another novelty is the documentation of a well, the first evidence of&lt;br /&gt;
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)&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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