Die „Riesenhirschfundstelle" von Endingen: geowissenschaftliche und archäologische Untersuchungen an einem spätglazialen Fundplatz in Vorpommern

Knut Kaiser, Pim De Klerk & Thomas Terberger
This text introduces recent investigations of a Lateglacial archaeological site in the district Nordvorpommern (NE Germany), which was discovered in 1899 in a sandpit. The bones, which partly show traces of human use, originate mainly from elk; single finds belong to giant deer and horse. Stone artefacts have not been found. This elk-hunter-camp Endingen VI, which is dated in the early Alleröd, represents the oldest known absolutely dated human settlement in NE Germany. The findlayer...