'Celtic Fields' – Archaeology's stepchildren
Traces of prehistoric farming in Western, Central, Eastern and Northern Europe: Imprint

These pages serve exclusively to promote scientific research into the prehistoric arable systems described. The presentation was initially based almost exclusively on Schleswig-Holstein laser scanning data, which were made available to me at the time by the Archaeological State Office SH for evaluation. Their copyright is held by the State Office for Geodata and Surveying SH. I was also able to evaluate laser data from the district of Stade as well as freely accessible laser data from Denmark, North Rhine-Westphalia, the Netherlands and Great Britain, and later from Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Hesse, Brandenburg, Berlin, Thuringia, Bavaria and the Czech Republic. The graphics created by me may be used freely provided that "Graphic © Volker Arnold" is given as well as the copyright information for the data. In internet publications, a link to this website must also be provided. – In the texts I strive for general comprehensibility.

About me: Volker Arnold, born in 1947, studied Pre- and Protohistory at the Universities of Cologne, Tübingen and Kiel and did his doctorate in Cologne on a Late Neolithic trapping site at the Flensburg Outer Fjord. In 1975 until my retirement in 2009/10, I directed the archaeological museums in Heide and finally in Albersdorf, Dithmarschen. Only since then have I been more intensively involved with 'Celtic Fields'.

My email address: vjh.arnold (at) gmail.com. I am grateful for contact to interested people! I am also constantly looking for funding opportunities or grants for further dating of 'Celtic Fields'.

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