Prof. dr. Wil Roebroeks
Wil Roebroeks is an expert in the field of the archaeology of early hominins, with a focus on Neanderthal studies. He has published widely on various aspects of the behaviour of extinct hominins, including their subsistence strategies, lithic technology and the environmental settings of their presence and absence in Eurasia. Roebroeks has conducted fieldwork in the Netherlands, in England , France, northeastern Russia and Germany . He is the Vice-President of the European Society for the Study of Human Evolution (ESHE).
Books by Wil Roebroeks
Hunters of the Golden Age
The mid upper palaeolithic of Eurosia 30,000-20,000 BP
Edited by Wil Roebroeks, Margherita Mussi, JIRI Svodoba & Kelly Fennema | 1999
The period 30,000 to 20,000 BP can be aptly called the `Golden Age’ of hunter gatherers for a variety of reasons, spelled out in great...
The Earliest Occupation of Europe
Proceedings of the European Science Foundation Workshop at Tautavel (France), 1993
Edited by Wil Roebroeks & Thijs van Kolfschoten | 1995
This collection of papers arises from a meeting of distinguished scholars at Tautavel in 1993, sponsored by the European Science Fund. The aim of the...
Oermensen in Nederland
De archeologie van de oude steentijd
Wil Roebroeks | 1990
Door een reeks spectaculaire ontdekkingen is in de loop van de laatste vijftien jaar de bewoningsgeschiedenis van ons land met een dikke 200.000 jaar verlengd....
From Find Scatters to Early Hominid Behaviour
A Study of Middle Palaeolithic Riverside Settlements at Maastricht-Belvédère (The Netherlands)
Wil Roebroeks | 1988
The Belvédère loess and gravel pit, situated northwest of the town of Maastricht, The Netherlands, has been the object of an intensive archaeological-geological investigation between...
Stratigraphy, Palaeoenvironment and Archaeology of the Middle and Late Pleistocene Deposits
Edited by Thijs van Kolfschoten & Wil Roebroeks | 1985
The Holocene geology of the Western Netherlands coastal plain has been studied for many decades. As well as its beach barrier-, dune- and lagoonal/estuarine/tidal flat...