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Full Record: x-10392/10392

Germany, Vogelherd Cave, Bone animal sculptures: panther, horse, mammoth, cave-lion from cave. Paleolithic.

35mm slide: 4418

Germany

Full Record: x-10395/10395

Germany, Petersfels, Magdalen. Pendants (stylized female figurines). Paleolithic.

35mm slide: 4421

Germany

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Germany, (2500-2300 BC) Megalithic pottery, early. Neolithic.

35mm slide: 4428

Germany

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Germany, (1800-1500 BC), Flint dagger and thin-butt axes. Neolithic.

35mm slide: 4438

Germany

Full Record: x-10413/10413

Saxo-Thuringia, (2000-1800 BC), Cord marked pottery. Neolithic.

35mm slide: 4439

Germany

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Germany, Newmark; Amber horse sculpture. Neolithic.

35mm slide: 4442

Germany

Full Record: x-10418/10418

Germany, Bronze Age. Bronze neck-ring and spectacle fibula. Germanic-Celtic.

35mm slide: 4444

Germany

Full Record: x-10432/10432

Germany. Hallstatt pottery. Top: Hallstatt D. (6-400 BC); Bottom: Hallstatt C (9-600 BC). Germanic-Celtic.

35mm slide: 4458

Germany

Full Record: x-10433/10433

Germany, LaTene pottery, Early LaTene: 4-300 BC. Germanic-Celtic.

35mm slide: 4459

Germany

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Germany, Fibulae. Row 1-3: LaTene I (4-300 BC); Row 4: LaTene II (3-100 BC); Row 5: LaTene III (100 BC-50 AD). Germanic-Celtic.

35mm slide: 4460

Germany

Full Record: x-10435/10435

Germany, LaTene I (400-300 BC). Gold cup with pierced ornament. Germanic-Celtic.

35mm slide: 4461

Germany

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Germany, 5-600 AD. Fibulae with oval foot. Germanic-Celtic.

35mm slide: 4464

Germany

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South Germany, 450-650 AD. Enamel-inlaid ornaments. Germanic-Celtic.

35mm slide: 4465

Germany

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Inner and North Asia. Germanic-Celtic. Bronze animal figurines. Germany. Late Bronze.

35mm slide: 4634

Germany

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Inner and North Asia. Germanica-Celtic. Scythian gold scabbard, etc, Vettersfelde, Germany. Elk, Ordos and Siberia.

35mm slide: 4635

Germany

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Appliqués: in openwork bronze. From the Ordos, Munich Museum fur Volkerkunds.

35mm slide: 4695

Germany

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Approaching site of Feddersen Wierde near Bremerhaven - North Saxon Village of first 4 centuries.

1958

35mm slide: 8013

Germany

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Ground plans of Feddersen Wierde near Bremerhaven

1958

35mm slide: 8014

Germany

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Ground plans of Feddersen Wierde near Bremerhaven

1958

35mm slide: 8015

Germany

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House floor No. 4 and wattle work - Feddersen Wierde

1958

35mm slide: 8016

Germany

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North central area of Feddersen Wierde Excavations

1958

35mm slide: 8017

Germany

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Looking east above south wall of Feddersen Wierde excavations

1958

35mm slide: 8018

Germany

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Northwest corner of Fedderson Wierde excavations

1958

35mm slide: 8019

Germany

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House plan - looking north - living area in 1/3 of building and battle stalls in rest

1958

35mm slide: 8020

Germany

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House plan - looking north - living area in 1/3 of building and battle stalls in rest

1958

35mm slide: 8021

Germany

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View to northeast of northern excavation - Fedderson Wierde

1958

35mm slide: 8022

Germany

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View South/Southwest of weather excavation in trench - Fedderson Wierde

1958

35mm slide: 8023

Germany

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Detail of house construction S. 1/2 of west trench - Fedderson Wierde

1958

35mm slide: 8024

Germany

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View North/Northwest of west trench - Fedderson Wierde

35mm slide: 8025

Germany

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Stadel im Hohlenstein. One of earliest known ivory carvings in Europe. "ivory animal/anthropomorphic figure, c. 28 cm high, Period: Aurignacian (level IV in the cave), Age: c. 32,000 B.P., based on AMS dates on bones from the site. One of earliest known ivory carvings (full relief) in Europe. Identified as fragmentary carved object by excavator, Gustav Riek, in 1931. Complete object later reconstructed by several archaeologists from ivory fragmen

1983

35mm slide: 20412

Germany

Full Record: x-16709/16709

Petersfels, cave site in Germany. Petersfels jet pendant. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 - 13,000 B.P. Pendant of local jet (lignite) material, interpreted as schematic female figurine by comparison to other Late Magdalenian objects, including engravings and figurines, in western and central Europe. This site is one of the richest Magdalenian sites in central Europe; at this location are a small cave entirely excavated by Edouard Peters in t

1980

35mm slide: 20423

Germany

Full Record: x-16714/16714

"Petersfels excavation 1976. Period: Late Magdalenian, c. 12,000-13,000 B.P. Site excavated by G. Albrecht, University of Tübingen, 1976-78, in narrow, dry valley below a small cave entirely excavated by early German archaeologist E. Peters in the 1920s. See above, nr. 12. Photo shows part of a stone pavement in excavation unit P3, AH (archaeological horizon) 2. Materials recovered indicate production of stone tools from locally available raw mat

1983

35mm slide: 20428

Germany

Full Record: x-16716/16716

Interpretations of Neolithic and Bronze Age in southern Germany. Photo shows reconstructed neolithic lake dwelling at Freilichtmuseum Unteruhldingen, an open-air museum on the German shore of Lake Constance. Established in the 1920s, by German archaeologist and National Socialist Hans Reinerth, these constructions were intended to test the possibility of building pile dwellings in open water, a then-current interpretation of the Neolithic and Bronze

1988

35mm slide: 20430

Germany

Full Record: x-16717/16717

Vogelherd."Mammoth ivory animal figure, possibly a felid, c. 9 cm long Period: Aurignacian, age c. 30,000 BP (series of AMS dates on bone from site, range c. 23,000 to 32,000) Source: published photo (Figure 181) in Müller-Beck, Hj., ed. 1983. Urgeschichte in Baden-Württemberg. Stuttgart: Theiss. Vogelherd is significant both for Middle Paleolithic sequence and for important Aurignacian layer with human remains. Magdalenian levels were also recove

1983

35mm slide: 20413

Germany

Full Record: x-16718/16718

Heuneburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Photo looking southeast over area of Iron Age hillfort site. Located on a natural spur of land overlooking the upper Danube river in southern Germany, near the town of Hundersingen (Herbertingen). The area in the foreground was the scene of several excavation campaigns, a number of houses known from here, also workshop areas. This village/town surrounded by earthwork walls and palisades; outside the fort ther

1994

35mm slide: 20431

Germany

Full Record: x-16719/16719

Vogelherd horse, from same series, see #2. c. 5 cm long (Original teaching slide code: LF-3)

1983

35mm slide: 20414

Germany

Full Record: x-16720/16720

Vogelherd ivory figurine, fragmentary figure: head of felid. Note cross-hatch marks; superimposed geometric markings are characteristic of these figures. (Original teaching slide code: LF-4)

1980

35mm slide: 20415

Germany

Full Record: x-16721/16721

"Front view of anthropomorphic figure from Geißenklösterle cave, level IIB. Near Blaubeuron, southern Germany. Height of object: 38 mm. Site: Large cave site located c. 50 m above valley floor at a broad curve in the Ach river valley, not far from Blaubeuron, Germany. Period: Aurignacian, 14C dates for this level range from c. 31,000 - 36,000 years B.P. (AMS dates on bone from archaeological level). This site was excavated by J. Hahn (Tübingen

1983

35mm slide: 20416

Germany

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Back view of previous object. Anthropomorphic figure from Geißenklösterle Cave. (Original teaching slide code: LF-6)

1983

35mm slide: 20417

Germany

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Homo erectus, Europe, Mauer, age ca. 0.7P0. Ma, discovered near Heidelberg in 1907. (Original teaching slide code: PM-28)

35mm slide: 20567

Germany

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Feddersen Wierde, Germany. House-barn of the 4th period.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25652

Germany

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Feddersen Wierde, Germany. Left: phases of settlement on mound, 100 BC to 400 AD.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25653

Germany

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Schleswig, Germany. Museum model of Neolithic megalithic tumulus.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25816

Germany

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Albersdorf (Schleswig). Polygonal dolmen. Sprockhoff explaining.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25817

Germany

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Hademarseh (Schleswig). Neolithic megalithic tomb.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25818

Germany

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Putlos (Gulf of Kiel). Expanded megalithic grave mound.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25819

Germany

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Putlos (Gulf of Kiel). Group of expanded megalithic mounds.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25820

Germany

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Kaaks, South Scheleswig. Ring fort walls, astride Iron Age north-south trade route at head of stream. (Danewerk on opposite site of peninsula.)

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25821

Germany

Full Record: x-25127/25127

Schleswig. Haitabu (8th century stronghold) perimeter wall. View to south, where main road entered.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25822

Germany

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Schleswig. Haitabu (8th century stronghold) perimeter wall.

Sept. 1958

35mm slide: 25823

Germany