unbekannter Gast


Gemeinlebarn, Lower Austria, in the district of St. Poelten, alt. 188 m, cadastral village of the municipality of Traismauer on the southern edge of the western part of the Tulln Basin. - Agricultural settlement, gravel production, trade in agricultural machines. - Austria´s best preserved graves from the Bell Beaker Culture of the Neolithic period (around 2500 B.C.) were discovered in G. Important burial site from the early Bronze Age (2300/2200-1600 B.C.); post and beam houses of the later period of the late Bronze Age Urnfield Culture (from 1250 B.C.). Remarkable grave furnishings were found in the chieftains´ barrow graves of the Hallstatt Culture (800/750-500/400 B.C.): vessels painted in red and black with rich plastic or figured ornaments.


J.-W. Neugebauer, Archaeologie in Niederoesterreich, St. Poelten und das Traisental, 1993.