Archäologie in Lübeck
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The Hanseatic City of Lübeck has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987 and is one of the best excavated centres in Northern Europe. Its most unique features are the excellent preservation and enormous quantitative and qualitative wealth of finds with many millions of objects. Almost every aspect of Medieval to Early Modern life in a metropolis of the Hanse Period can be illustrated by finds from Lübeck which, however, still lay hidden in archives and can only occasionally be admired individually in external exhibitions. This richly illustrated compilation offers a short glance of this…mehr

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The Hanseatic City of Lübeck has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987 and is one of the best excavated centres in Northern Europe. Its most unique features are the excellent preservation and enormous quantitative and qualitative wealth of finds with many millions of objects. Almost every aspect of Medieval to Early Modern life in a metropolis of the Hanse Period can be illustrated by finds from Lübeck which, however, still lay hidden in archives and can only occasionally be admired individually in external exhibitions. This richly illustrated compilation offers a short glance of this abundance which reaches from invisible traces in soil samples via amber beads to entire timber constructions of 12th-century A.D. buildings. The wide arc of this rich cultural landscape with the early major city of Lübeck in the centre spans from first human traces of the early Stone Age until most recent periods. Features and finds such as pottery, wooden dishes, barrels, coins, glass containers, toys, shoes or jewellery provide insights into past times and protagonists, but also into the widespread sphere of trade and influence of Lübeck.