Definition of Hallstatt
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Definition of Hallstatt (Entry 2 of 2)
Note: Archaeological excavations of a nearby burial site which was discovered in 1846 yielded some human bodies and artifacts dating from the late Bronze Age and the early Iron Age. The Hallstatt culture of central and western Europe which is represented by the artifacts takes its name from the village.
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