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Austria

  • Barry Turner
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Te oldest historical site in Austria is at the Gudenus caves in the Kremstal valley, where hunters’ stone implements and bones dating from the Paleolothic Age have been found. Te Early Iron Age Hallstatt culture prevailed from around 750–400 BC, covering the area north of the Alps, large parts of Slovakia, the north Balkans and Hungary. Tis area became renowned for its ceramics, ornamental Hallstatt burial grounds and the industrial development of salt mining.

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Further Reading

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  • Barry Turner

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