Lohra (megalithic Tomb)

Lohra (megalithic Tomb)

The Lohra tomb (German: Steinkammergrab von Lohra) was a megalithic monument outside Lohra near Marburg in north central Hesse, Germany. It is one of the lesser known among its type in Central Europe. It dates to the late Neolithic, probably just after 3000 BC. It belongs to the gallery graves of the Wartberg culture, but is unique among them because of its rich ceramic assemblage.

Read more about Lohra (megalithic Tomb):  Discovery and Excavation, Tomb Architecture, Human Remains, Pottery, Other Finds, Disappearance of The Entrance Stone

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Lohra (megalithic Tomb) - Disappearance of The Entrance Stone
... Most of the finds have been in storage at the Hessian State Museum Hessisches Landesmuseum)at Kassel since 1931 ... This does not include the entrance stone,which was moved to the farmyard of the field'sowner,where it stayed for 36 years ... In 1967,it was decided to place that stone as a monument outside Lohratown hall ...