Fields, Sherds and Scholars

Recording and Interpreting Survey Ceramics

Edited by Anna Meens, Margarita Nazou, Winfred van de Put | 2023

This book is a significant contribution to the field of survey pottery studies, which is not frequently theorised, and could also serve as a guide and provide inspiration to archaeologists designing their own survey projects…



Urban Design: Cities in Past, Present and Future

Edited by Annette Haug and Philipp Kobusch | 2023

As central places of human interaction, cities influence the reality of our lives like no other phenomenon. They are in a highly complex, reciprocal relationship with changing environmental, social, political, economic and religious constellations. Accordingly,…



Urban Design. Städte in Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft

Edited by Annette Haug and Philipp Kobusch | 2023

Als einer der zentralen Orte menschlicher Interaktion prägen Städte wie kaum ein anderes Phänomen unsere Lebenswirklichkeit. Sie stehen dabei in einem hochkomplexen, reziproken Verhältnis zu den Veränderungen umweltlicher, sozialer, politischer, wirtschaftlicher und religiöser Konstellationen. Entsprechend…



Digital Archaeology

Promises and Impasses

Edited by Tuna Kalaycı, Karsten Lambers & Victor Klinkenberg | 2023

Archaeology has gone digital for some time now! Topics such as GIS databases, 3D models, drone photography, meta- and para-data, semantic mapping, text mining, simulation, and social network analysis have become commonplace in archaeological discourse…



Style and Society in the Prehistory of West Asia

Essays in Honour of Olivier P. Nieuwenhuyse

Edited by Bleda S. Düring and Peter M.M.G. Akkermans | 2023

Olivier Nieuwenhuyse was a remarkable archaeologist whose work has transformed the study of later Neolithic societies in West Asia. He has inspired many colleagues and students in their own pursuit of archaeology. Through the analysis…



(On)aangenaam verleden

Waarom het verleden ertoe doet en archeologie geschiedenis moet schrijven

David Fontijn | 2023

Met het huidige archeologisch bestel, de impact van de ‘third science’- revolutie en de toenemende aandacht voor erfgoed lijkt de Nederlandse archeologie sterker in de samenleving verankerd dan ooit. Maar wie zit er eigenlijk te…



Separation, hybridisation, and networks

Globular Amphora sedentary pastoralists ca. 3200-2700 BCE

Johannes Müller | 2023

Around 3000 BCE, a turning point occurred in Europe: Long-existing regional societies entered into a process of transformation. The result is a world in which new global communication networks brought different regions closer together. From…



Fields, Sherds and Scholars

Recording and Interpreting Survey Ceramics

Edited by Anna Meens, Margarita Nazou, Winfred van de Put | 2023

This book is a significant contribution to the field of survey pottery studies, which is not frequently theorised, and could also serve as a guide and provide inspiration to archaeologists designing their own survey projects…



Urban Design: Cities in Past, Present and Future

Edited by Annette Haug and Philipp Kobusch | 2023

As central places of human interaction, cities influence the reality of our lives like no other phenomenon. They are in a highly complex, reciprocal relationship with changing environmental, social, political, economic and religious constellations. Accordingly,…



Urban Design. Städte in Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft

Edited by Annette Haug and Philipp Kobusch | 2023

Als einer der zentralen Orte menschlicher Interaktion prägen Städte wie kaum ein anderes Phänomen unsere Lebenswirklichkeit. Sie stehen dabei in einem hochkomplexen, reziproken Verhältnis zu den Veränderungen umweltlicher, sozialer, politischer, wirtschaftlicher und religiöser Konstellationen. Entsprechend…



Digital Archaeology

Promises and Impasses

Edited by Tuna Kalaycı, Karsten Lambers & Victor Klinkenberg | 2023

Archaeology has gone digital for some time now! Topics such as GIS databases, 3D models, drone photography, meta- and para-data, semantic mapping, text mining, simulation, and social network analysis have become commonplace in archaeological discourse…



Style and Society in the Prehistory of West Asia

Essays in Honour of Olivier P. Nieuwenhuyse

Edited by Bleda S. Düring and Peter M.M.G. Akkermans | 2023

Olivier Nieuwenhuyse was a remarkable archaeologist whose work has transformed the study of later Neolithic societies in West Asia. He has inspired many colleagues and students in their own pursuit of archaeology. Through the analysis…



(On)aangenaam verleden

Waarom het verleden ertoe doet en archeologie geschiedenis moet schrijven

David Fontijn | 2023

Met het huidige archeologisch bestel, de impact van de ‘third science’- revolutie en de toenemende aandacht voor erfgoed lijkt de Nederlandse archeologie sterker in de samenleving verankerd dan ooit. Maar wie zit er eigenlijk te…



Separation, hybridisation, and networks

Globular Amphora sedentary pastoralists ca. 3200-2700 BCE

Johannes Müller | 2023

Around 3000 BCE, a turning point occurred in Europe: Long-existing regional societies entered into a process of transformation. The result is a world in which new global communication networks brought different regions closer together. From…






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