Bike Touring Highlight
The pagan smithy was visited by Neanderthals in the Jung-Acheuléen about 70,000 to 50,000 years ago, who were probably only there for a short time to make tools. This is supported both by the large number of abscissae found and by the fact that only small amounts of animal bones could be detected. The fact that the rock overhang at that time only protected an area of about 8 m² from rain and that the forecourt with just over 20 m² provided very little flat usable area is considered to be further evidence for this assumption.
February 28, 2019
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