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weber-rudolf.de/sackdilling.htmfound.The Maximilian rock,
with the numerous climbers too
is a whole massif of rocks.
A single photo may be its size
do not represent. This aerial photo
leaves the BayernViewer
the extent (around height 515.9)
to guess a little bit.The oldest pieces found at Maximliansfelsen date from the Neolithic period (about 5,000 - 2,000 BC), the subsequent Bronze Age (about 2,200 - 1,200 BC) and the following periods Urnenfelder- (about 1,200 - 750 BC). Chr.) And Iron Age (about 800 BC to the birth of Christ). This site is probably a place of worship, perhaps a place of sacrifice, which, though not uninterruptedly, may have been used for millennia.
In the corridor "Reut" in the Upper Wellucker forest, about 1 km northeast of Sackdilling, were from several burial mounds bronze rings, brooches, etc. from the Early Iron Age (Hallstatt period about 800 - 450 BC) and the Younger Iron Age (Latenezeit or Celtic period, approx. 450 v. Chr. - Christi birth) salvaged.
Here also a pit, which served for the melting of iron, must have been discovered; this would be the oldest evidence for ore smelting i
September 18, 2019
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