The Alamannenmuseum Ellwangen focuses on the archaeology of 260 AD to 750 AD in Southern Germany and shows all about the Alamanni germans, especially the famous archaeological finds of the nearby Lauchheim/Jagst.
Around 260 A.D. the word spread quickly, "The Alamanni are invading!", when the Germanic tribe crossed the Limes and captured the area surrounding Ellwangen, leaving traces of major archaeological importance. Who were the Alamanni? How did they live? How did they spend their days? If you are keen to find out the answers to these questions and learn more about their colourful lives, then make a point of visiting the new Alammani Museum, which is situated near the large parking area called ’Schießwasen’ in Ellwangen.
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