The receptions of megaliths in Kreis Röbel

 

 

note about table

No. Location Later prehistoric receptions Historic and modern receptions References, sources
1019 Bollewick
4536780/5913260
later finds: modern glass fragments excavated by Hollnagel in 1972; protected Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 447; BMJ 1974, 57f.
1020 4540180/5913700 cup-marked stone "Opferstein", "Hünenstein" Ortsakte: not a megalith (?)
1021 Dambeck
4536380/5916080
  robbed; protected, since 1989 with sign Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 444
1022 4532960/5914550 later finds: late Bronze Age pottery; in neighbourhood: Slavic settlement; 200m E: cup-marked stone (1 other in municipality); 250m W: Slavic pottery; 400m SW: Bronze Age, late Slavic and early German pottery; 500m WSW: Slavic pottery; see also 1023 protected since 1947/1957, since 1973 with sign Ortsakte
1023 4533020/5914540 in neighbourhood: 100m N: medieval pottery; 100m NE: Slavic and early German pottery; 200m N: early German pottery; see also 1022 several stones removed; protected since 1957 Ortsakte
1024 Darze in neighbourhood: 100m S and 500m W: 2 cup-marked stones (2 others in municipality) partly broken up; partly destroyed by marl-pit; protected Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 443
1025 4526820/5914880 in neighbourhood: see 1024 partly destroyed Ortsakte
1026 4526720/5914760 in neighbourhood: see 1024 protected since 1958 Ortsakte
1026a 4527060/5916020     Ortsakte (15.3.1977)
1027 Erlenkamp
4536160/5912860
cup-mark on cap-stone (1); later finds: Bronze Age pottery, flint arrowhead one fragment used as trough quern; excavated by Schoknecht in 1957 after breaking up for field melioration, Hollnagel 1972; protected until 1972 Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 445; BMJ 1957, 25-28; 1974, 65-67
1028     destroyed after 1936 Ortsakte; BMJ 1974, 55
1029 (Forst) Wredenhagen
4532660/5903780
  cap-stone removed; protected, since 1970 with sign Ortsakte
1029a 4536180/5903940     Ortsakte
1030-1033 Grüssow   several investigated and destroyed around 1850 in Ortsakte not recorded; BMJ 1899, 107
1034 Karchow
4536620/5913140
cup-marks on cap-stone (14) near parish border; map (1768): "Hünen-Graff"; probably robbed; cap-stones broken up with dynamite; protected until 1972; excavated by Hollnagel in 1972 and permitted to be removed for field melioration Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 446; BMJ 1974, 59-62
1035 4536280/5913040 cup-marks on cap-stone (2) near parish border; partly broken up; attempts to lower it into the ground; protected since 1972; excavated by Hollnagel in 1972, then removed Ortsakte; BMJ 1974, 62-64
1036 Lebbin     in Ortsakte not recorded
1037 Lexow
4534880/5922150
  partly broken up; protected, since 1971 with sign; 'Heimatbild' in Müritz-Bote (16.3.1993): folktale about wild cherry-tree growing there Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 435
1038-1039 Poppentin     Ortsakte unsatisfactory, only 1 recorded
1040 Satow
4523480/5921610
  cap-stone broken up protected since 1959 Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 432
1041 4523760/5922040 in neighbourhood: 150m ssw: 3 cup-marked stones partly broken up; protected since 1959 Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 433
1042 Schampermühle
4538020/5920380
  one cap-stone removed for road-building; 1972: many visitors; protected, with sign; visited (17.9.96): information-board Ortsakte Zierzow; Sprockhoff 436
1043 Sietow   protected in Ortsakte not recorded
1044 Spitzkuhn
4540700/5911580
  one cap-stone removed protected Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 448
1045 Stuer Fdpl. 11
4520950/5917020
later finds: pieces of modern glas many stones removed and grave robbed in 1847 for road-building; excavated by Ritter in 1847 and by Hollnagel in 1968; protected since 1967; visited (19.7.95): graffiti Ortsakte; Beltz 1899, 106; Sprockhoff 441 (map incorrect); BMJ 1969, 112, 122-127
1046 Fdpl. 3
4522280/5916300
cup-marks on cap-stone (9) and on one corner-stone of the enclosure (49); later finds: early German pottery; pre-Roman Iron Age (?) secondary burial; in neighbourhood: 100m NE: pre-Roman Iron Age cemetery "Galgenberg"; partly broken up; excavated by Ritter in 1847 and by Hollnagel, who also restored it, in 1968; 1969: frequently visited by holiday-makers; protected; visited (19.7.95) Ortsakte; Beltz 1899, 106; Sprockhoff 440; BMJ 1969, 112-121
1047 4524440/5915580 later finds: 19th century pottery robbed; excavated by Ritter in 1847 and by Hollnagel in 1968; 1969: frequently visited by holiday-makers; protected Ortsakte; Beltz 1899, 106; Sprockhoff 442; BMJ 1969, 112, 133-137
1048   cup-marks on cap-stone (27); later finds: pieces of modern bricks and glas partly broken up; excavated by Ritter in 1847 and by Hollnagel in 1968; protected; visited (19.7.95) Ortsakte; Beltz 1899, 106; BMJ 1969, 127-133
1049 at the place of Sprockhoff 441 on his map later finds: early German pottery, pieces of modern glas partly destroyed by marl-pit; excavated by Ritter in 1847 and by Hollnagel in 1968; protected; visited (19.7.95) Ortsakte; Beltz 1899, 106; BMJ 1969, 112, 137-140
1050 Fdpl.19
4521360/5917480
  excavated by Ritter in 1847; some stones removed for road-building; protected since 1985 Ortsakte; Beltz 1899, 106
1051-1054     stones removed for road-building in Ortsakte only 6 recorded; BMJ 1969, 111
1055 Wendhof
4537940/5926140
  partly broken up; protected Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 434
1056-1059 Woldzegarten   all robbed and later excavated by Beltz in 1929 Ortsakte unsatisfactory; Beltz 1899, 117-119
1060 Zislow
4521720/5921340
within a pre-Roman Iron Age cemetery; nearby: Slavic pottery protected since 1986; excavated by Schoknecht in 1986; visited (19.7.95) Ortsakte; Schoknecht, Zislow, Schwerin 1991
1061 4521960/5921700 in neighbourhood: 200m S: Slavic pottery, pre-Roman Iron Age burial; 3 cup-marked stones in municipality partly destroyed; protected since 1959; visited (19.7.95) Ortsakte; Sprockhoff 431; Schoknecht 1991

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