The receptions of megaliths in Kreis Neubrandenburg



note about table

No. Location Later prehistoric receptions Historic and modern receptions References, sources
899 Beseritz     in Ortsakte not recorded
900 Dishley
in neighbourhood: 50m SW and 150m NW: 2 cup-marked stones; 50m W: Bronze Age finds, Roman Iron Age cemetery, Slavic pottery; 500m NNE: Roman Iron Age and early Slavic pottery destroyed by gravel quarry Ortsakte; BMJ 1979, 103
900a 4597140/5955280 in neighbourhood: several Bronze Age, pre-Roman and Roman Iron Age and early, middle, and late Slavic settlements (loads of finds!) discovered in 1974; with protection-sign Ortsakte
901 Friedland
later finds: modern melting-pot; in neighbourhood: 40m W: cup-marked stone (=former cap-stone?) "Geldkeller[berg]"; cap-stones removed; discovered in 1915/16 by stone-robbers, opened with Russian prisoners of war; restored by Witte in c. 1916 Ortsakte; Mecklenburg 1916, 42-45; Sprockhoff 450
902     was completely destroyed in 1916 in Ortsakte deleted (24.5.96); Mecklenburg 1916, 44
903       Beltz 1899, 128f.; in Ortsakte deleted (24.5.96)
904 Genzkow
  partly destroyed Ortsakte
905 5402300/5945800 cup-marks on cap-stone (6); in neighbourhood: 320m NW: pre-Slavic pottery, iron slag partly broken up; protected since 1956, since 1970 with sign Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 451
906 4597750/5944450   partly destroyed Ortsakte
907 4597780/5944500   partly destroyed Ortsakte
908 Neubrandenburg
Fdpl. 3
  discovered by stone-robbers and sketched in 1877 Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 452
909 Fdpl. 4   in 1972 moved into Kulturpark (culture park) Ortsakte
910 Fdpl. 5   in 1972 moved into Kulturpark, the smaller one moved again and restored in 1995 Ortsakte
911 Roggenhagen
  protected since 1971, with sign Ortsakte
912 4591740/5947250   protected since 1971, with sign Ortsakte
912a as 912     Ortsakte (21.5.1996)
913 Schwanbeck Fdpl. 1
in neighbourhood: c. 300m SE: 2 cup-marked stones; three others in municipality (cf. 915); see also 914 protected since 1963 Ortsakte
914 Fdpl. 2
in neighbourhood: 320m WNW: late Bronze Age settlement and cemetry, late Bronze Age, late Slavic and late Medieval finds; 450m NW: slag, daub, Bronze Age settlement, Roman Iron Age, early and middle Slavic, and early German pottery; see also 913 protected since 1963 Ortsakte
915 Fdpl. 3
in neighbourhood: 420m NE: Bronze Age settlement; in neighbourhood: 120m NE and 250m SE: 2 cup-marked stones protected since 1963 Ortsakte
916 Fdpl. 4
later finds: pre-Slavic and Slavic pottery; in neighbourhood: 220m SE: flint blade, middle Slavic settlement near parish border; investigated in 1973 Ortsakte
917 Fdpl. 25
later finds: middle Slavic pottery; in neighbourhood: pre-Roman Iron Age settlement; see also 916 discovered in 1973 and planned to be restored either (a) at the place of discovery, (b) on the village green, (c) in the Kulturpark Neubrandenburg: 'in terms of heritage management a perverse desire' (Schumacher); cf. 909+910 Ortsakte
917a Fdpl. 51
in neighbourhood: see 913 discovered in 1977 Ortsakte
917b Fdpl. 68
in neighbourhood: see 913+914 discovered in 1989 (?) Ortsakte
918-919 Warlin cup-marked stone in municipality   in Ortsakte not recorded

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