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The Wittmoor bog trackway is the name given to each of two historic corduroy roads, trackway No. I being discovered in 1898 and trackway No. II in 1904 in the Wittmoor bog in northern Hamburg, Germany. The trackways date to the 4th and 7th century AD, both linked the eastern and western shores of the formerly inaccessible, swampy bog. A part of the older trackway No. II dating to the period of the Roman Empire is on display at the permanent exhibition of the Archaeological Museum Hamburg in Harburg, Hamburg.

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  • Mit Bohlenwege im Wittmoor werden zwei vorgeschichtliche Moorwege bezeichnet, die 1898 (Bohlenweg I) und 1904 (Bohlenweg II) im Wittmoor im Norden Hamburgs entdeckt wurden. Die Bohlenwege stammen aus dem 4. und 7. Jahrhundert n. Chr. und verbanden das östliche mit dem westlichen Ufer des damals schwer zugänglichen, sumpfigen Moores. Ein Teil des älteren Bohlenweges II wird in der archäologischen Dauerausstellung des Archäologischen Museums Hamburg in Hamburg-Harburg gezeigt.
  • The Wittmoor bog trackway is the name given to each of two historic corduroy roads, trackway No. I being discovered in 1898 and trackway No. II in 1904 in the Wittmoor bog in northern Hamburg, Germany. The trackways date to the 4th and 7th century AD, both linked the eastern and western shores of the formerly inaccessible, swampy bog. A part of the older trackway No. II dating to the period of the Roman Empire is on display at the permanent exhibition of the Archaeological Museum Hamburg in Harburg, Hamburg.
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  • Mit Bohlenwege im Wittmoor werden zwei vorgeschichtliche Moorwege bezeichnet, die 1898 (Bohlenweg I) und 1904 (Bohlenweg II) im Wittmoor im Norden Hamburgs entdeckt wurden. Die Bohlenwege stammen aus dem 4. und 7. Jahrhundert n. Chr. und verbanden das östliche mit dem westlichen Ufer des damals schwer zugänglichen, sumpfigen Moores. Ein Teil des älteren Bohlenweges II wird in der archäologischen Dauerausstellung des Archäologischen Museums Hamburg in Hamburg-Harburg gezeigt.
  • The Wittmoor bog trackway is the name given to each of two historic corduroy roads, trackway No. I being discovered in 1898 and trackway No. II in 1904 in the Wittmoor bog in northern Hamburg, Germany. The trackways date to the 4th and 7th century AD, both linked the eastern and western shores of the formerly inaccessible, swampy bog. A part of the older trackway No. II dating to the period of the Roman Empire is on display at the permanent exhibition of the Archaeological Museum Hamburg in Harburg, Hamburg.
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