Foto: Neanderthal (to the left) og Homo sapiens (to the right)
Height: The men were almost as tall as Danish men are today, where the average is 180,6 cm. (2005) The women were a bit lower than Danish women are today, which in average are 167cm. (2005)
Weight: Unknown, but they were probably muscular and in good shape, since they walked long distances. Today the average in Denmark is 83,1 kg for men and 68 kg for women.
Food Source: Especially reindeer but also mountain hare, birds, fish, and berries.
Distribution: Settlements of the Hamburg Culture are found in Germany, Netherlands, France, and Poland. Few findings from Denmark. Settlements have been excavated in Southern Jutland and on Lolland.
Status: It was probably only few families on visits in Denmark fra Germany in the spring or autumn and only for a short period of years before they disappeared again. Denmark was maybe such a tough place to be that this culture never really got a foothold.