Egyptian Delta archaeology

Short studies in honour of Willem van Haarlem

Edited by Ben van den Bercken | 2021

If you want to understand ancient Egypt, the Nile Delta is of key importance. Excavations and surveys in the Delta keep unearthing new information about how the ancient Egyptians lived, how they envisaged the afterlife…



Seasonal Settlement in the Medieval and Early Modern Countryside

Edited by Piers Dixon & Claudia Theune | 2021

For the first time seasonality is placed at the centre of the study of rural settlement. Using a Europe-wide approach, it provides a primer of examples, of techniques and of ideas for the identification and…



Bones at a crossroads

Integrating Worked Bone Research with Archaeometry and Social Zooarchaeology

Edited by Markus Wild, Beverly A. Thurber, Stephen Rhodes & Christian Gates St-Pierre | 2021

Bone tool studies are at a crossroads. A current path is to go beyond the concatenation of methods or concepts borrowed from other disciplines and aim instead at a truly integrated approach that is more…



Gender stereotypes in archaeology

A short reflection in image and text

Edited by Laura Coltofean-Arizancu, Bisserka Gaydarska &Uroš Matić | 2021

Were men the only hunters and producers of tools, art and innovation in prehistory? Were women the only gatherers, home-bound breeders and caregivers? Are all prehistoric female depictions mother goddesses? And do women and men…



Steentijd in je eigen tijd

Vondsten, materialen en technieken

Dorothee Olthof & Diederik Pomstra met bijdragen van Rob Houkes | 2021

De steentijd is vernoemd naar de stenen gereedschappen die mensen in deze tijd maakten. In werkelijkheid gebruikten ze nog veel meer materialen, zoals hout, bot, gewei en plantenvezels, maar die blijven zelden bewaard in de…



Le verre de l'Europe celtique

Approches archéométriques, technologiques et sociales d'un artisanat du prestige au second âge du Fer

Joëlle Rolland | 2021

Au cours des quatre derniers siècles av. n.è. les sociétés d’Europe continentale de la culture dite de La Tène développent leur propre artisanat du verre. Cette période de mutations économiques et sociales saisissantes, où les…



Breaking and making the ancestors

Piecing together the urnfield mortuary process in the Lower-Rhine-Basin, ca. 1300 - 400 BC

Arjan Louwen | 2021

Towards the capstone of the European Bronze Age, in an area stretching from the Carpathians in the East to the North Sea in the West, vast cremation grave cemeteries occur that are perhaps better known…



Egyptian Delta archaeology

Short studies in honour of Willem van Haarlem

Edited by Ben van den Bercken | 2021

If you want to understand ancient Egypt, the Nile Delta is of key importance. Excavations and surveys in the Delta keep unearthing new information about how the ancient Egyptians lived, how they envisaged the afterlife…



Seasonal Settlement in the Medieval and Early Modern Countryside

Edited by Piers Dixon & Claudia Theune | 2021

For the first time seasonality is placed at the centre of the study of rural settlement. Using a Europe-wide approach, it provides a primer of examples, of techniques and of ideas for the identification and…



Bones at a crossroads

Integrating Worked Bone Research with Archaeometry and Social Zooarchaeology

Edited by Markus Wild, Beverly A. Thurber, Stephen Rhodes & Christian Gates St-Pierre | 2021

Bone tool studies are at a crossroads. A current path is to go beyond the concatenation of methods or concepts borrowed from other disciplines and aim instead at a truly integrated approach that is more…



Gender stereotypes in archaeology

A short reflection in image and text

Edited by Laura Coltofean-Arizancu, Bisserka Gaydarska &Uroš Matić | 2021

Were men the only hunters and producers of tools, art and innovation in prehistory? Were women the only gatherers, home-bound breeders and caregivers? Are all prehistoric female depictions mother goddesses? And do women and men…



Steentijd in je eigen tijd

Vondsten, materialen en technieken

Dorothee Olthof & Diederik Pomstra met bijdragen van Rob Houkes | 2021

De steentijd is vernoemd naar de stenen gereedschappen die mensen in deze tijd maakten. In werkelijkheid gebruikten ze nog veel meer materialen, zoals hout, bot, gewei en plantenvezels, maar die blijven zelden bewaard in de…



Le verre de l'Europe celtique

Approches archéométriques, technologiques et sociales d'un artisanat du prestige au second âge du Fer

Joëlle Rolland | 2021

Au cours des quatre derniers siècles av. n.è. les sociétés d’Europe continentale de la culture dite de La Tène développent leur propre artisanat du verre. Cette période de mutations économiques et sociales saisissantes, où les…



Breaking and making the ancestors

Piecing together the urnfield mortuary process in the Lower-Rhine-Basin, ca. 1300 - 400 BC

Arjan Louwen | 2021

Towards the capstone of the European Bronze Age, in an area stretching from the Carpathians in the East to the North Sea in the West, vast cremation grave cemeteries occur that are perhaps better known…






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