Die Blätterhöhle in Hagen (Westfalen): Vorbericht der ersten archäologischen untersuchungen

J. Orschiedt, J.F. Kegler, B. Gehlen, W. Schön, F. Gröning

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The site Blätterhöhle in Hagen was discovered during a spelaeological exploration in 2004. The cave itself was almost completely filled with sediments. The excavations brought human skeletons of at least seven individuals, animal bones and stone tools to light. A trial trench next to the entrance resulted in the discovery of a find layer dating to the Mesolithic with a fireplace under the rubble. First radiocarbon dating and the typological distinction of the stone artefacts indicate that the cave and the space in front of it were used towards the end of the Late Palaeolithic, in the early Mesolithic and the early Neolithic. During the last two periods the cave functioned as a cemetery.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)13-32
Number of pages20
JournalArchaologisches Korrespondenzblatt
Volume38
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2008

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Die Blätterhöhle in Hagen (Westfalen) : Vorbericht der ersten archäologischen untersuchungen. / Orschiedt, J.; Kegler, J.F.; Gehlen, B.; Schön, W.; Gröning, F.

In: Archaologisches Korrespondenzblatt, Vol. 38, No. 1, 01.01.2008, p. 13-32.

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Orschiedt, J. ; Kegler, J.F. ; Gehlen, B. ; Schön, W. ; Gröning, F. / Die Blätterhöhle in Hagen (Westfalen) : Vorbericht der ersten archäologischen untersuchungen. In: Archaologisches Korrespondenzblatt. 2008 ; Vol. 38, No. 1. pp. 13-32.
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