Dr. Martijn van den Bel
Martijn van den Bel has been living and working over a decade as an archaeologist for Inrap in Cayenne (French Guiana) and directs public excavations in the latter French Department as well as the French Antilles. At the moment he is finishing his PhD at the University of Leiden directed by Corinne Hofman and Arie Boomert, discussing the prehistory of the coastal area of French Guiana between the Cayenne and the Maroni Rivers.
Books by Martijn van den Bel
Archaeological Investigations between Cayenne Island and the Maroni River
A cultural sequence of western coastal French Guiana from 5000 BP to present
Martijn van den Bel | 2015
Stratigraphic archaeological research in French Guiana is barely 50 years old and has been conducted primarily in the coastal zone, stretching approximately between 5 and...
The Voyages of Adriaan van Berkel to Guiana
Amerindian-Dutch Relationships in 17th-Century Guyana
Edited by Martijn van den Bel, Lodewijk Hulsman & Lodewijk Wagenaar | 2014
This book is a reissue of the travelogue of Adriaan van Berkel, first published in 1695 by Johan ten Hoorn in Amsterdam. The first part...
De reizen van Adriaan van Berkel naar Guiana
Indianen en planters in de 17de eeuw
Bezorgd door Martijn van den Bel, Lodewijk Hulsman & Lodewijk Wagenaar | 2014
Dit boek is de heruitgave van de reisverslagen van Adriaan van Berkel, oorspronkelijk gepubliceerd in 1695 door uitgever Johan ten Hoorn in Amsterdam. Het eerste...