Altes Lager (German for "Old Camp") is a site 1,5 km south of the Menzlin village near Anklam, Western Pomerania, Germany. The site at the banks of the river Peene was an important Viking trade post during the Middle Ages (Viking Age). By that time, Pomerania was inhabited by Slavic Wends, yet several Viking trade posts were set up along the coast (the next were Ralswiek to the West and Jomsborg/Wollin to the east).
The settlement had an approximated size of 18 hectars in the 9th century. Remnants of a bridge and a cementary were excavated. Some artefacts found in the graves were imported from Ireland and the Baltic states. Following scandinavian customs, the dead were buried either in ship-like graves or within stone circles. The graves excavated so far have been found to be the tombs of women. Most findings date back to the 9th and 10th century.