Archaeological Excavation in Baden-Wurttemberg

Sign for Excavation

Mesolithic open air sites in Rottenburg


For a long time the area around the small town of ROTTENBURG, Tübingen District (Baden-Württemberg, Southwest Germany) has been famous for its rich archeological remains. The oldest finds belong to the Middle Paleolithic Mousterian period. Settlements from the early and middle Neolithic and of the Iron age (Hallstatt, Latène) are known as well as grave yards from early Bronze and Iron age. Also the roman town Sumelocenna and the medieval town Sülchen are objects of excavations.

For more information please see the WEB-Site of Landesdenkmalamt:
Mesolithic sites of Rottenburg-Siebenlinden
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4 Jan. 2002 - If you have any comments or questions, please contact me:
Wolfgang M. Werner