HALLSTATT 7000

Hallstatt – World Cultural Heritage site and an archaeological icon!
150 years of history of archaeology illustrated by spectacular pictures.

Rudolf Gamsjäger, Anton Kern, Kerstin Kowarik, Stefan Maix, Hans Reschreiter, Andreas Schwab
Photos: Lois Lammerhuber
24 x 32 cm, 456 pages, 275 photos
German/English
Hardbound in a slipcase
ISBN: 978-3-901753-21-3

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Authors

  • Andreas Schwab

    Andreas Schwab is a freelance author and editor. Since 1990, he has been press spokesman of the city of Vienna; [...] more

  • Anton Kern

    Anton Kern is director of the Department of Prehistory of the Vienna Natural History Museum. In this capacity, he is [...] more

  • Hans Reschreiter

    Hans Reschreiter was born in 1968. He studied prehistory and early history. Since 1992, he has been working at the [...] more

  • Kerstin Kowarik

    Kerstin Kowarik was born in 1977. She studied prehistoric archaeology in Frankfurt/Main, Berlin, Freiburg/Breisgau and Vienna. Since 1997, she has [...] more

  • Lois Lammerhuber

    Lois Lammerhuber is a photographer and publisher. His close collaboration with GEO Magazine started in 1984, continues to this day, [...] more

  • Rudolf Gamsjäger

    Rudolf Gamsjäger was born in Hallstatt in1946. A former teacher and headmaster of the Hallstatt primary school, he is now [...] more

  • Stefan Maix

    Stefan Maix was born in Linz in 1961. He studied economics in Vienna and has been chairman of the board [...] more

Details

Salt has been mined in Hallstatt for more than 7,000 years. The oldest company in the world is 7000 years old and based in Hallstatt: one site, one product. For 7,000 years, people have lived and worked and made cultural history in Hallstatt – to such an extent that Hallstatt named an entire Iron Age period, the Hallstatt culture. 150 years ago, mine manager Johann Georg Ramsauer decisively contributed in Hallstatt to the foundation of modern archaeology. 7,000 years later, the graves in the high valley and the sites in the prehistoric adits started to disclose their secrets. Today, the team of archaeologists led by Dr. Anton Kern discover again and again breathtaking finds. In other words, Hallstatt is 7,000 years of world sensations: the world’s oldest rope, oldest staircase, oldest gloves, and its oldest backpack.

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Salt has been mined in Hallstatt for more than 7,000 years. The oldest company in the world is 7000 years old and based in Hallstatt: one site, one product. For 7,000 years, people have lived and worked and made cultural history in Hallstatt – to such an extent that Hallstatt named an entire Iron Age period, the Hallstatt culture. 150 years ago, mine manager Johann Georg Ramsauer decisively contributed in Hallstatt to the foundation of modern archaeology. 7,000 years later, the graves in the high valley and the sites in the prehistoric adits started to disclose their secrets. Today, the team of archaeologists led by Dr. Anton Kern discover again and again breathtaking finds. In other words, Hallstatt is 7,000 years of world sensations: the world’s oldest rope, oldest staircase, oldest gloves, and its oldest backpack.

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Weight4 kg / 8.82 lbs
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