Nr. on the small map: 13 (Bürgstadt)
Around 3200BC, a significant Neolithic site with a wooden fort and rampart had originated on the Bürgstadter Mountain. This first settlement period had lasted around 250 years. During the Urnfield Period (1200-700 BC), the fort was secured again, this time with stone and soil walls. The population later settled in the valley and used the ringfort up to 400BC (Celts) as a refuge fort. After the archeological digs in 1987/88, the municipality of Bürgstadt had the monumental site of 900BC reconstructed.