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For the first time, the identifiable innovation transfer between the builders of the megalithic graves will be covered in detail. A clear contrast of identities emerges within Neolithic society, reflected in processes of adaptation and normalization within territorial and natural boundaries. Here the Emsland, with its numerous graves, plays a significant role as an intermediary within the Funnel Beaker Western Group.
The Haldensleben-Hundisburg region in Saxony-Anhalt is a "test region" for investigating the interactions between north-central European funnel beaker societies in the northern German lowlands and the cultural groups of loess-covered traditional settlement areas to the south. Here you will find the necropolis of the Haldensleber Forstes, consisting of megalithic graves in the old moraine landscape and seperated by the Beber river from the ditched enclousure Hundisburg-Olbetal to the south.
Surprising results include the uncovering of a large ditched enclosure dating back to around B. Exciting and multi-layered references of a Neolithic border region become accessible. In the present volume, various funerary pottery sites from northwestern Germany are presented from a settlement archaeological perspective.
Moritz Mennenga combines feature and find analyzes with current scientific dating. This facilitates a new view on the Funnel Beaker West Group. Above all, the examination of architecture and function of the houses in the West Group has created a new image of their development. Far-sighted, he succeeds in putting these into a European framework and in doing so setting out links with North-Western Europe.