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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('BRUCHENBRUCKEN The site of Bruchenbrucken lies about 5 kilometers south of Friedberg, Germany, in the Wetterau region, a loess plateau between the Taunus hills and&nbsp;the Vogelsberg and Spessart massifs. Excavations&nbsp;were conducted during the early to mid-1980s in&nbsp;the course of a research project based at the Johann&nbsp;Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. A new excavation campaign began in the spring&nbsp;of 2003 as housing development in the area continued. Bruchenbrucken is a multicomponent site with&nbsp;features dating to the earliest Linear Pottery culture&nbsp;(called Linearbandkeramik, or LBK, in German;&nbsp;LBK I c. 5400-5250 b. c.), younger LBK (LBK II&nbsp;c. 5250-5000 B. C.), Middle Neolithic (c. first half&nbsp;of the fifth millennium B. C.), and Bronze Age (unclear dates at this site).\n \nThe site became famous for its earliest LBK component, notably the association of classic earliest LBK material with that of another Early Neolithic tradition fr') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('BRUCHENBRUCKEN The site of Bruchenbrucken lies about 5 kilometers south of Friedberg, Germany, in the Wetterau region, a loess plateau between the Taunus hills and&nbsp;the Vogelsberg and Spessart massifs. Excavations&nbsp;were conducted during the early to mid-1980s in&nbsp;the course of a research project based at the Johann&nbsp;Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. A new excavation campaign began in the spring&nbsp;of 2003 as housing development in the area continued. Bruchenbrucken is a multicomponent site with&nbsp;features dating to the earliest Linear Pottery culture&nbsp;(called Linearbandkeramik, or LBK, in German;&nbsp;LBK I c. 5400-5250 b. c.), younger LBK (LBK II&nbsp;c. 5250-5000 B. C.), Middle Neolithic (c. first half&nbsp;of the fifth millennium B. C.), and Bronze Age (unclear dates at this site).\n \nThe site became famous for its earliest LBK component, notably the association of classic earliest LBK material with that of another Early Neolithic tradition fr') AND id != 57635 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-05-21 12:30:31' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5