The hallstatt civilization is immeasurably too early to permit of this hypothesis.
Isehl is about ten or twelve miles below hallstatt, in the valley of the Traun.
In respect of the representation of figures of animals such as these, hallstatt, Hungary, and Koban are quite alike.
The winged variety are probably the latest, as they have been found with iron swords of hallstatt type on the Continent.
Here he found a culture, closely resembling in many details the remains found in the cemetery at hallstatt.
The graves at hallstatt yielded in addition to these important swords a much larger number of spears.
These swords develop into the iron swords of the hallstatt period, of which so far only one Irish example has been found.
The gay, little skiffs and long, open gondolas are flitting continually along the lake, which is the main street of hallstatt.
He had heard that hallstatt lay at the foot of the Dachstein, and had shown great interest in this mountain.
Type G, the hallstatt type, is so called because a few specimens were found in the famous cemetery at this place.
1866, Iron Age civilization of Europe, from the name of a village in Upper Austria, where implements from this period were found. The Germanic name is literally "place of salt," in reference to ancient salt mines there, which preserved the bodies of the original miners.