Bodo Dieckmann

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Bodo Dieckmann (born March 23, 1952 in Jüterbog ) is a German prehistoric archaeologist .


Dieckmann studied in Göttingen and received his doctorate in Freiburg im Breisgau in 1983 with a thesis on the Middle and Young Neolithic on the southern Upper Rhine. At the Baden-Württemberg State Monuments Office he has been leading the excavations in the pile dwellings of Hornstaad on western Lake Constance since 1983 and in 1985 established the term Hornstaader Group as the name for the regional early culture from 4.100-3.900 BC. BC and forerunner of the Pfyn culture on Lake Constance.

Dieckmann is interested in questions of settlement archeology. Today he is an employee of the Stuttgart Regional Council, Department 11 ( State Office for Monument Preservation, LDA ).


  • The Neolithic bank settlements of Hornstaad-Hörnle on western Lake Constance. In: Bernd Becker et al.: Reports on river bank and bog settlements in southwest Germany (= material booklets on prehistory and early history in Baden-Württemberg. 7). Volume 2. Konrad Theiss, Stuttgart 1985, ISBN 3-8062-0746-1 , pp. 98-124.
  • Middle Bronze Age settlements in Hegau. In: Gabriele Kastl (Red.): Golden centuries. The Bronze Age in Southwest Germany (= Archaeological State Museum Baden-Württemberg. ALManach. 2). Konrad Theiss, Stuttgart 1997, ISBN 3-8062-1298-8 , pp. 67-71.
  • with Ursula Maier and Richard Vogt: On the inner dynamics of a young Neolithic village on western Lake Constance. New results in archeology, botany and soil science. In: Andreas Lippert , Michael Schultz, Stephen Shennan , Maria Teschler-Nicola (eds.): Man and the environment during the Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age in Central Europe. Leidorf, Rahden / Westf. 2001, ISBN 3-89646-432-9 , pp. 29-51, ( summary and table of contents ).
  • with Arno Harwath and Jutta Hoffstadt: Hornstaad-Hörnle IA. The findings of a young Neolithic pile dwelling settlement on western Lake Constance (= settlement archeology in the Alpine foothills. 9 = Research and reports on prehistory and early history in Baden-Württemberg. 98). Konrad Theiss, Stuttgart 2006, ISBN 3-8062-2100-6 .

Individual evidence

  1. Cultures of the Stone Age. In: Ernst Probst: Germany in the Stone Age. C. Bertelsmann, Munich 1991 (Dieckmann erroneously spelled Diekmann on the website )

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