Dating sites in vienna austria
This may be covered by the later village, which has long occupied the whole narrow strip between the steep hillsides and the lake.Some 1,300 burials have been found, including around 2,000 individuals, with women and children but few infants.In the mine workings themselves, the salt has preserved many organic materials such as textiles, wood and leather, and many abandoned artefacts such as shoes, pieces of cloth, and tools including miner's backpacks, have survived in good condition.Hallstatt A-B are part of the Bronze Age Urnfield culture. In this period, people were cremated and buried in simple graves.Much of the material from early excavations was dispersed, There are no recorded notable events that took place in Hallstatt during Roman rule or the early Middle Ages.In 1311, the Hallstatt citizens were vested with market rights by Queen dowager Elizabeth, a sign that it had not lost its economic value.
Salt was a valuable resource, so the region was historically very wealthy.) is a small village in the district of Gmunden, in the Austrian state of Upper Austria.Situated on Hallstätter See, it is part of the Dachstein / Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape, one of the World Heritage Sites in Austria.In phase B, tumulus (barrow or kurgan) burial becomes common, and cremation predominates.Little is known about this period in which the typical Celtic elements have not yet distinguished themselves from the earlier Villanova-culture.