As a result of a reexamination of a couple of the most important archaeological sites of Upper Pleistocene age in Middle Europe the following climatic evolution can be given as proofed: 1. A full-interglacial phase (with antiquus-faune). 2. A full-glacial phase with a relative short oscillation enclosed (sedimentation of the two upper „Younger Loesses"). It seems as if the classical „Würm" in the sense of A. Penck — as given in the Alpine moraines of Upper Pleistocene age — will be connected only with the upper part of the full-glacial stage after the full-glacial oscillation (Abb. 3). Between Full-Interglacial and Full-Glacial a long lasting periode of indifferent climate is to be put in. For this stage the terminus Anaglacial is proposed. This anaglacial time comprehends the Upper-Interglacial (with primigenius-faune) and the Early-Glacial with an until now unknown number of smaller or bigger oscillations and periodes of regional, mostly limited, loess-sedimentations.