Name of property:
Scattered artefacts on ground surface and subsoil deposits of archaeological artefacts and soil structures dating back 4500 to 1500 years. Site area approximately one hectare stretched from the top to the western slope of Sint Michielsberg. Limestone refuges in the rocks. Deposits include archaeological materials of shells, stone, charcoal, crabs and remnants of animal bones as well as tools made of shells and stone, and human graves.
Scientific value because of the large amount of artefacts, subsoil structure and human graves from the Archaic Age in undisturbed subsoil and as the second oldest archaeological location on the island. Cultural historical value as the largest of the ten preserved larger sites from the Archaic Age with the oldest human graves discovered so far.
4500 to 1500 years ago: Archaic Age