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Heuneburg

[ hyoo-nuh-burg ]
/ ˈhyu nəˌbɜrg /
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noun Archaeology.
an excavated prehistoric site in S Germany, near Ulm, consisting chiefly of a great early Iron Age fortification dating mostly to the second half of the first millennium b.c. and indicating that the inhabitants carried on an extensive trade with cities in the eastern Mediterranean.
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