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Schlingsteine near Lindern
Schlingsteine near Lindern
Here is a long chamber with relicts of stone bordering.
A typical architecture of prehistoric graves are the Emsländer Kammer. They are passage-graves measuring more than 20m length and 2m width and 1m hight inside. Most are oriented from east to west and have an entrance in the middle of the southern side. They originally were buried within long, oval earth mounds, that were bordered with small erratic blocks. Sometimes there are dual or triple passage chambers.
Those graves were built by the first farmers and ranchers of Europe. It were people of the Trichterbecherkultur between 3400 and 2800 B.C. Those places were used for many generations. The skeletons are decayed, as the soil does not contain much lime.

Age:ca. 4200
Town:49699 Lindern
Sprockhoff ID:961
Picture file name:i8_imgp6294.jpg
Picture date:22.05.2010 14:10:00
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