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Der Feuerbohrer – Reibung, Ritus, Religion

TROMMER, F., and A. HOLDERMANN, "Der Feuerbohrer – Reibung, Ritus, Religion", Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa Bilanz 2015, vol. 14, Bad Langensalza, Europäische Vereinigung zur Förderung der Experimentellen Archäologie e.V., pp. 93-100, 2015.

Experimenting technological rituals

GHEORGHIU, D., "Experimenting technological rituals", Experiments with Past Materialities, vol. 2302, no. BAR International Series, Oxford, Hadrian Books, pp. 107-115, 2011.

Menschenopfer in der keltischen Welt

LOBISSER, W. F. A., "Menschenopfer in der keltischen Welt", Plattform, Zeitschrift des Vereins für Pfahlbau und Heimatkunde e.v., vol. 19/20, Unteruhldingen, Verein für Pfahlbau und Heimatkunde e.V., pp. 54-63, 2012.

„Schalkenburg“- Nachbau eines stichbandkeramischen Palisadensystems

LEINEWEBER, R., "„Schalkenburg“- Nachbau eines stichbandkeramischen Palisadensystems", Experimentelle Archäologie in Europa, Bilanz 2012, vol. Heft 11, Unteruhldingen, Europäische Vereinigung zur Förderung der Experimentellen Archäologie e.V., pp. 173-185, 2012.

Why did people believe in the Middle Ages, the world was flat (NL)?

Well, far from everybody thought so. It was long before this, Pythagoras (580 - 500 BC) got to the point, the world was round. After him, many people followed - each with own reasons who thought the world was round, even in the Middle Ages...

Did the Neanderthal people have any gods or religion (NL)?

We do think so, as the Neanderthals buried their dead with care. Therefore we think they believed the deceased would live on in another world...

I saw visitors throw coins into a few of the wooden canoes in the museum. Why (DE)?

This question rather requires answering by ethnologists. From archaeological view, this phenomenon can easiest be explained as the popular adaptation of earlier ‘”water cults”. From prehistory, we know numerous sacrifices...


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