Velde, Piet, van de, (Dr.)

Pieter van de Velde (1940). After nine years in the merchant navy he studied cultural anthropology and prehistory at Leiden University, and did a PhD in Social Sciences at that university in 1980. His thesis was a sociological study of Bandkeramik community structures as preserved in cemetery and settlement remains. Conservationist archaeology in Germany, field archaeology in Java (Indonesia) and Sardinia (Italy) and a lectureship at Leiden University served to keep up his interest in the early neolithic way of doing. After his retirement (2001) he continued working on the LBK, of which the present volume is the most recent witness.

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Veldmeijer, André J. (Dr.)

André J. Veldmeijer (Visiting Research Scholar American University in Cairo) studied archaeology at Leiden University and received his PhD in Vertebrate Palaeontology from Utrecht University in 2006. He has worked in Egypt since 1995 as a leather, footwear and cordage specialist in various research projects.

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Verbeek, John R. (Dr.)

John R. Verbeek (Den Haag, 1955-2021) studeerde geschiedenis aan de Universiteit Leiden, waar hij in 1981 zijn doctoraal diploma haalde. Hij specialiseerde zich in de geschiedenis van de vestingbouw, militaire techniek, zeegeschiedenis en koloniale expansie. Over deze onderwerpen schreef hij tal van boeken en artikelen, waaronder Kustversterkingen 1900-1940 (Haarlem 1989). Hij was actief in het museum- en monumentenwezen en gaf historische adviezen ten behoeve van films en documentaires.

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Vermeeren, Caroline (Drs.)

Caroline Vermeeren graduated in 1986 as biologist at Leiden University, specializing in archaeobotany and palynology. She works at BIAX Consult and she gives guest lectures in archaeobotany at Leiden University and Amsterdam University. Current research by Caroline includes palaeo-ecology as well. Current research by Caroline includes macro- and micro fossils and she specializes in the analysis of wood.

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Veys, Fanny Wonu (Dr.)

Fanny Wonu Veys is curator Oceania at the National Museum of World Cultures, a Dutch umbrella organization comprising the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam; Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden; the Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal; and the Wereldmuseum, Rotterdam. She has previously worked at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge (UK) (2004–2006, 2008–2009) and has held postdoctoral fellowships at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) (2006–2007) and at the Musée du Quai Branly (Paris) (2007–2008).

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Vikatou, Irene M.Sc. (M.Sc.)

Irene Vikatou started her PhD at Leiden University (NL) on the topic of ancient Greek road networks in the Greek region, during pre-Roman and Roman times. The purpose of this research is to assess the extent to which Greek roads served as predecessors to the Roman ones. She studied Biology at the University of Athens and completed an M.Sc. in Osteoarchaeology and Funerary Archaeology at Leiden University in 2013. In this programme, she specialized in the analysis of human skeletal remains from archaeological excavations, focusing on pathological lesions caused by external factors, such as trauma and strenuous physical activity.

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Vis, Benjamin N. Mphil (Mphil)

Benjamin Vis studied archaeology at Leiden University. He is currently PhD student at the University of Leeds. His research Pushing the Limits: urban constants of contestation aims to contribute to the understanding of the development of the (physically built) spatial organisation of the urban landscape from a constitutive social perspective.

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Velde, Piet, van de, (Dr.)

Pieter van de Velde (1940). After nine years in the merchant navy he studied cultural anthropology and prehistory at Leiden University, and did a PhD in Social Sciences at that university in 1980. His thesis was a sociological study of Bandkeramik community structures as preserved in cemetery and settlement remains. Conservationist archaeology in Germany, field archaeology in Java (Indonesia) and Sardinia (Italy) and a lectureship at Leiden University served to keep up his interest in the early neolithic way of doing. After his retirement (2001) he continued working on the LBK, of which the present volume is the most recent witness.

read more

Veldmeijer, André J. (Dr.)

André J. Veldmeijer (Visiting Research Scholar American University in Cairo) studied archaeology at Leiden University and received his PhD in Vertebrate Palaeontology from Utrecht University in 2006. He has worked in Egypt since 1995 as a leather, footwear and cordage specialist in various research projects.

read more

Verbeek, John R. (Dr.)

John R. Verbeek (Den Haag, 1955-2021) studeerde geschiedenis aan de Universiteit Leiden, waar hij in 1981 zijn doctoraal diploma haalde. Hij specialiseerde zich in de geschiedenis van de vestingbouw, militaire techniek, zeegeschiedenis en koloniale expansie. Over deze onderwerpen schreef hij tal van boeken en artikelen, waaronder Kustversterkingen 1900-1940 (Haarlem 1989). Hij was actief in het museum- en monumentenwezen en gaf historische adviezen ten behoeve van films en documentaires.

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Vermeeren, Caroline (Drs.)

Caroline Vermeeren graduated in 1986 as biologist at Leiden University, specializing in archaeobotany and palynology. She works at BIAX Consult and she gives guest lectures in archaeobotany at Leiden University and Amsterdam University. Current research by Caroline includes palaeo-ecology as well. Current research by Caroline includes macro- and micro fossils and she specializes in the analysis of wood.

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Veys, Fanny Wonu (Dr.)

Fanny Wonu Veys is curator Oceania at the National Museum of World Cultures, a Dutch umbrella organization comprising the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam; Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden; the Afrika Museum, Berg en Dal; and the Wereldmuseum, Rotterdam. She has previously worked at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge (UK) (2004–2006, 2008–2009) and has held postdoctoral fellowships at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) (2006–2007) and at the Musée du Quai Branly (Paris) (2007–2008).

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Vikatou, Irene M.Sc. (M.Sc.)

Irene Vikatou started her PhD at Leiden University (NL) on the topic of ancient Greek road networks in the Greek region, during pre-Roman and Roman times. The purpose of this research is to assess the extent to which Greek roads served as predecessors to the Roman ones. She studied Biology at the University of Athens and completed an M.Sc. in Osteoarchaeology and Funerary Archaeology at Leiden University in 2013. In this programme, she specialized in the analysis of human skeletal remains from archaeological excavations, focusing on pathological lesions caused by external factors, such as trauma and strenuous physical activity.

read more

Vis, Benjamin N. Mphil (Mphil)

Benjamin Vis studied archaeology at Leiden University. He is currently PhD student at the University of Leeds. His research Pushing the Limits: urban constants of contestation aims to contribute to the understanding of the development of the (physically built) spatial organisation of the urban landscape from a constitutive social perspective.

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