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© State Museum of Prehistory Halle, Nebra Sky Disc. Recto.

Nebra Sky Disc

Registration year: 2013
Submission year: 
2012
Collection ID: 
2012-34

The Nebra Sky Disc features the oldest concrete depiction of cosmic phenomena worldwide. It was ritually buried along with two precious swords, two axes, two spiral arm-rings and one bronze chisel circa 3,600 years ago on the Mittelberg near Nebra (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) and dedicated to the gods. The bronze disc is considered to be one of the most important archaeological finds of the 20th century. It combines an extraordinary comprehension of astronomical phenomena with the religious beliefs of its period, that enable unique glimpses into the early knowledge of the heavens.

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© State Museum of Prehistory Halle, Nebra Sky Disc. Recto.
Nebra Sky Disc. Recto.
© State Museum of Prehistory Halle

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© State Museum of Prehistory Halle, The Nebra Sky Disc. Verso.
The Nebra Sky Disc. Verso.
© State Museum of Prehistory Halle
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