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stepping stones of maritime history


The Lithse Ham between the villages of Maren-Kessel and Lith is a recreational lake on the Brabant side of the Maas.

in the exploitation of a gravel hole from the end of the sixties, an enormous amount of archaeological material has been brought to the surface. The finds cover a time frame from the ice age to the Iron Age, from the Romans to the Second World War. The finds pallet is very diverse; pottery, household goods, tools, weapons, jewelery, building material and lots of animal bones such as mammoths, woolly rhinoceros and even people.

 Lithse Ham artefacts

Artefacts found at Lithse Ham.



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