Amber sources in Europe



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English: Author: Map created by Joannes Richter himself, Backnang

Medium: Oilpainting, 60 x 50 cm with additional computer text


Red dotted marks (large): Amber finding locations according to M. Ganzelewski und R. Slotta (ref. 1).

Red dotted marks (small): Amber finding locations according to Christa Stahl (ref. 2).

White dotted marks: Tin sources (Ref. 3)

White lines: Tin routes (Ref. 4)

Black lines: Historical amber routes (according to Ref. 2)

Red lines: Additional amber routes according to "Burner"-names (Ref. 4)

Blue lines: rivers

Sources for tin and amber finding places

1. "Bernstein-Tränen der Götter" by M. Ganzelewski und R. Slotta (1997 edition, ISBN 3-7739-0665-X), a guide to professional amber technology in German language.

2. Mitteleuropäische Bernsteinfunde von der Frühbronze-bis zur Frühlatenezeit, Christa Stahl, Verlag: J.H. Röll 2006, ISBN 3-89754-245-5 Dissertation 2004, Philosophische Fakultät der Julius-Maximilian-Universität Würzburg.

3. Zinnvorkommen (Quelle: <http://www.sternwarte-recklinghausen.de/archaeoastro/html/ausstellung.html>)

4. “Der Brenner & Tuisc Codex”, Joannes Richter, Fischer Verlag, 2006, ISBN 978-3-8301-0965-2
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