Himmelsscheibe von Nebra Fundort
Himmelsscheibe von Nebra Fundort
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The Nebra Sky Disc, a 3700 to 4100 year old, circular bronze plate with gold applications, is the oldest known concrete representation of the sky. The artifact of the Aunjetitz culture from the early Bronze Age of Central Europe shows astronomical phenomena and religious symbols. Gold inlaidation, which was incorporated a long time after the creation, and the presumably deliberate burial around 3600 years ago, allow the conclusion to be drawn to a longer, possibly religious use. Since June 2013 the Nebra Sky Disc has been a UNESCO World Document Heritage Site in Germany.
She was found on July 4, 1999 by robbers on the Mittelberg in the former municipality of Ziegelroda near the city of Nebra in Saxony-Anhalt [2]. Since 2002 it has been part of the holdings of the State Museum for Prehistory Saxony-Anhalt in Halle.
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The Nebra Sky Disc, a 3700 to 4100 year old, circular bronze plate with gold applications, is the oldest known concrete representation of the sky. The artifact of the Aunjetitz culture from the early Bronze Age of Central Europe shows astronomical phenomena and religious symbols. Gold inlaidation, which was incorporated a long time after the creation, and the presumably deliberate burial around 3600 years ago, allow the conclusion to be drawn to a longer, possibly religious use. Since June 2013 the Nebra Sky Disc has been a UNESCO World Document Heritage Site in Germany.
She was found on July 4, 1999 by robbers on the Mittelberg in the former municipality of Ziegelroda near the city of Nebra in Saxony-Anhalt [2]. Since 2002 it has been part of the holdings of the State Museum for Prehistory Saxony-Anhalt in Halle.
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