Gustav Riek

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Gustav Riek (May 23, 1900 in Stuttgart − November 1, 1976 in Feldstetten) was a German archaeologist from the University of Tübingen who worked with the SS Ahnenerbe in their excavations, and led the team that excavated the Heuneburg Tumulus burial mounds in 1937.

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  • Die Eiszeitjägerstation am Vogelherd im Lonetal (1934)
  • Kulturbilder aus der Altsteinzeit Württembergs (1935)
  • Die Mammutjäger vom Lonetal (1951)