This series is a selection of photographs from my book about the still visible remains of the neolithic and the bronze-age cultures in Northern Germany (Tempel der Ahnen - Megalithbauten in Norddeutschland, Baden und München, 2005).
The capstone of the famous passage grave of Bunsoh with many cup-marks, hands and other solar symbols.
The Harhoog, a long-barrow which was dislocated to the coast during the construction of the airport.
The passage grave of Pöppendorf near Lübeck. The stone circle marks the foot of the former earthen mound, which was four meters high.