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