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Archeological cultures in central europe at the early pre-Roman Iron Age.

dark green - Nordic group
dark red - Jastorf culture
yellow - Harpstedt-Nienburg group
orange - Celtic groups
olive-green - Pomeranic culture
bold green - House Urn culture
light red - east-Baltic cultures of forest zone
violet - west-Baltic culture of cairns
turquoise - Milogrady culture
black - Estonic group

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own work, scientific source: H. Beck, H. Steuer, D. Timpe (ed.): Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde. Die Germanen, 1998, de Gruyter, Berlin New York, p. 144, ISBN: 3-11-016383-7, original halftoning is replaced by colors

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