H.M. van der Velde

Henk van der Velde is head of Archaeology of ADC ArcheoProjecten, a Dutch archaeological firm. He is also director of the ADC-Stichting RoelBrandt and affiliated to several universities in the Netherlands and Belgium. He obtained his PhD at the Free University (Amsterdam) on the Long term history of Pleistocene coversand area in the East of the Netherlands (2011). His research stretches from the later Prehistory until the Early Middle Ages.

Key publications

Velde, H.M. van der, 2008: The Early Bronze Age farmstead of Noordwijk, Arnoldussen, S. & H. Fokkens (eds), Bronze Age settlements in the Low Countries, Oxford, 167-175.

Velde, H.M. van der, 2011: Wonen in een grensgebied. Een langetermijngeschiedenis van het Oost-Nederlandse cultuurlandschap (500 v. Chr-1300 na Chr.), Amersfoort.

Velde, H.M. van der & S. Heeren, 2017: On the origins of Dorestad? Habitation of the Kromme Rijn area during the Merovingian Period, S. Semple, C. Orsini & Sîan Mui (eds),Life on the edge: Social, Political and Religious Frontiers in Early Medieval Europe (proceedings of the 63. Sachsensymposium in Durham).

Velde, H.M. van der & G.L. Williams, 2019. Early medieval burial grounds in the East of the Netherlands, Annaert R. et al (eds), Early medieval waterscapes. Risk and opportunities for (im)material exchange ( Neue Studien der Sachsen Forschung 8, 221-234. (proceeding of the Sachsensymposium 2016 in Antwerp).


Books by H.M. van der Velde

Van graven in de prehistorie en dingen die voorbijgaan

Studies aangeboden aan Eric Lohof bij zijn pensionering in de archeologie

H.M. van der Velde, Nina L. Jaspers, Erik Drenth & Huub Scholte Lubberink | 2012

In het werk en onderzoek van Eric Lohof staat de Nederlandse prehistorie centraal, en die van het Neolithicum en de Bronstijd in het bijzonder. Ter ere van Eric’s pensioen in 2011 is rondom dit onderwerp…



Making a Neolithic non-megalithic monument

A TRB burial ground at Dalfsen (the Netherlands), c. 3000-2750 cal. BC

Edited by H.M. van der Velde, N. Bouma & D.C.M. Raemaekers | Forthcoming

In 2015 at Dalfsen (the Netherlands) archaeologists made an amazing discovery. They found a burial ground dating from the TRB-period (3000-2750 BC) comprising 142 burial pits. The TRB is dated in the last phase of…



Making a Neolithic non-megalithic monument - Catalogue

Catalogue of a TRB burial ground at Dalfsen (the Netherlands), c. 3000-2750 cal. BC

Edited by H.M. van der Velde, N. Bouma & D.C.M. Raemaekers | Forthcoming

In 2015 at Dalfsen (the Netherlands) archaeologists made an amazing discovery. They found a burial ground dating from the TRB-period (3000-2750 BC) comprising 142 burial pits. The TRB is dated in the last phase of…









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