4 result(s) found for "Landwirtschaft". Note: terms of 3 characters or smaller are ignored.
The Bronze Age , 1990 - The picture shows Bronze Age people in front of their houses, manufacturing tools and weapons of copper and tin. They are forging swords, knifes, axes and kettles. On the left side you can see a women wearing pieces of artistically forged jewellery. In the background men are with cattle, working in agriculture. The bronze colour of the picture reflects the production of metal goods.
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A Germancic farmsted around the turn of the eras. , 1935 - The picture shows a Central European Germanic farmstead of the Iron Age (1st century AD). You can see three oblong, single-bay houses and gables with clay walls, thatched roofs and timber framework, two main-buildings and an annex. The family is standing in front of the shed and the dwelling house. There are the man of the house with a companion, riding horses, two women, three children and a grandmother. The depicted tools like the wooden plough, cattle livestock farming, the pheasant hunt and spinning shall tell us about the daily life of the people.
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Roman estate , 1943 - The picture shows an estate (villa rustica) in a Germanic or Gaulish province of the Roman Empire. In the foreground you can see the agricultural work and the grain harvest. The landlord is riding a horse and watching the peasants work. The farmstead, with the main building, agricultural and annex buildings as well as temple is depicted in the background. In front of the farmyard you can see the road with a group of Roman soldiers and a few cavalrymen, carriages and haywains.
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Young Stone Age Settlement , 1982 - The picture shows the life of settled down people in the Young Stone Age (Neolithic Age, 5000 – 1800 BC). The settlement which is protected by stake fence, consists of four longish thatched clay huts. Cultivation and processing of grain, livestock breeding (sheep, pig, goat,…) are depicted. You can further see earthenware jars.
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