Dr. E.J. Kroon

Erik Kroon is a researcher at the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University where he obtained both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree. His research foci are the Prehistory of Northwest Europe, in particular during the Late Neolithic, ceramic technology, and network analysis. He has also worked as Finds Advisor Prehistory in the project Portable Antiquities of the Netherlands and as researcher in the projects Economies of Destruction and The Talking Dead.

Books by E.J. Kroon

Serial Learners

Interactions between Funnel Beaker West and Corded Ware Communities in the Netherlands during the Third Millennium BCE from the Perspective of Ceramic Technology

E.J. Kroon | Forthcoming

5,000 years ago, a migration shaped Europe’s future. Migrating communities spread across Europe within two centuries, leaving lasting changes in interconnectivity, language, and ancestry. Yet these migrating communities did not enter an empty continent. Across…

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