EEN KUIL UIT DE VROEGE IJZERTUD, GEVONDEN IN RODEN (DR.)
A pit in a road cutting at Roden (Drenthe) was found to contain potsherds, carbonized grain and charcoal. The pottery appears to stem from the first half of the Early Iron Age, i.e. 8th-7th century BC. Two radiocarbon dates are in agreement with this datings. The grain consisted almost entirely of hulled barley, the charcoal mainly of alder.