Origin of Hallstattan
Examples from the Web for hallstatt
The salt mine of Hallstatt, which is one of the oldest in existence, was rediscovered in the 14th century.
The winged variety are probably the latest, as they have been found with iron swords of Hallstatt type on the Continent.The Bronze Age in Ireland|George Coffey
The Hallstatt affinities are especially revealed in the situlæ to which we have already called attention.
It does not require a great credulity to admit of this hypothesis, that the Hallstatt people were of Mediterranean type.
Type G, the Hallstatt type, is so called because a few specimens were found in the famous cemetery at this place.The Bronze Age and the Celtic World|Harold Peake
Word Origin for Hallstatt
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.