Hangman's Hill: A Lost Neolithic Hillsite

Ottaway, Barbara
May 1986
Archaeology;May86, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p22
Focuses on an archaeological site discovered at Galgenberg, a hillside enclosure in the Bavarian Alps. Excavations carried out every summer since 1981; Finding that the main enclosure belonged to a local Late Neolithic group called the Cham group; Revelation that prehistoric use of the Galgenberg started in the Late Neolithic Altheim period; Network of interrelated Altheim sites.


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