Vom Kollektiv zum Individuum

Transformationsprozesse am Übergang vom 4. zum 3. Jahrtausend v. Chr. in der Deutschen Mittelgebirgszone

Clara Drummer | 2022

Dieses Buch behandelt die Frage, ob und wie sich soziale Identitäten in der deutschen Mittelgebirgszone zum Ende des 3. Jahrtausends v. Chr. veränderten. Es wird davon ausgegangen, dass die Veränderungen der Bestattungssitten im Übergang vom…



Museums, Heritage, and Digital Curation

Theory and practice at the Allard Pierson

Wim Hupperetz | 2022

Heritage institutions face major changes in the areas of digitisation, narrative, inclusivity, and participation. In this groundbreaking book Wim Hupperetz, an expert in the field of museums, heritage and digital curation, reflects on the challenge…



God op Aarde. Keizer Domitianus

Nathalie de Haan & Eric M. Moormann | 2021

Vijftien jaar was Domitianus als keizer van Rome aan de macht (81-96). Na de onverwachte dood van zijn oudere broer Titus, die slechts twee jaar regeerde, was hij de logische troonopvolger. Domitianus zette op veel…



Apollonia on my Mind

The memoir of a paraplegic ocean scientist

Nicholas C. Flemming | 2021

The ocean conceals secrets, ancient, modern, and future. Nic Flemming’s memoir recounts the life of a pioneer in ocean science. Each chapter describes a thread that structured his work: underwater cities, submerged Ice Age caverns…



Barrows at the core of Bronze Age Communities

Petersfield Heath excavations 2014–18 in their regional context

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | 2021

Barrows at the Core of Bronze Age Communities argues exactly that. Round barrows do not just represent the death side of Early Bronze Age communities placed in set-a-side ritual landscapes, but were instead central to…



Barrows at the core of Bronze Age Communities

Supplementary Material

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | 2021

Barrows at the Core of Bronze Age Communities argues exactly that. Round barrows do not just represent the death side of Early Bronze Age communities placed in set-a-side ritual landscapes, but were instead central to…



A completely normal practice

The emergence of selective metalwork deposition in Denmark, north-west Germany, and the Netherlands between 2350-1500 BC

Marieke Visser | 2021

In Bronze Age Europe, an enormous amount of metalwork was buried in the ground and never retrieved. Patterns in the archaeological finds show that this was a deliberate practice: people systematically deposited valuable metal objects…



Vom Kollektiv zum Individuum

Transformationsprozesse am Übergang vom 4. zum 3. Jahrtausend v. Chr. in der Deutschen Mittelgebirgszone

Clara Drummer | 2022

Dieses Buch behandelt die Frage, ob und wie sich soziale Identitäten in der deutschen Mittelgebirgszone zum Ende des 3. Jahrtausends v. Chr. veränderten. Es wird davon ausgegangen, dass die Veränderungen der Bestattungssitten im Übergang vom…



Museums, Heritage, and Digital Curation

Theory and practice at the Allard Pierson

Wim Hupperetz | 2022

Heritage institutions face major changes in the areas of digitisation, narrative, inclusivity, and participation. In this groundbreaking book Wim Hupperetz, an expert in the field of museums, heritage and digital curation, reflects on the challenge…



God op Aarde. Keizer Domitianus

Nathalie de Haan & Eric M. Moormann | 2021

Vijftien jaar was Domitianus als keizer van Rome aan de macht (81-96). Na de onverwachte dood van zijn oudere broer Titus, die slechts twee jaar regeerde, was hij de logische troonopvolger. Domitianus zette op veel…



Apollonia on my Mind

The memoir of a paraplegic ocean scientist

Nicholas C. Flemming | 2021

The ocean conceals secrets, ancient, modern, and future. Nic Flemming’s memoir recounts the life of a pioneer in ocean science. Each chapter describes a thread that structured his work: underwater cities, submerged Ice Age caverns…



Barrows at the core of Bronze Age Communities

Petersfield Heath excavations 2014–18 in their regional context

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | 2021

Barrows at the Core of Bronze Age Communities argues exactly that. Round barrows do not just represent the death side of Early Bronze Age communities placed in set-a-side ritual landscapes, but were instead central to…



Barrows at the core of Bronze Age Communities

Supplementary Material

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | 2021

Barrows at the Core of Bronze Age Communities argues exactly that. Round barrows do not just represent the death side of Early Bronze Age communities placed in set-a-side ritual landscapes, but were instead central to…



A completely normal practice

The emergence of selective metalwork deposition in Denmark, north-west Germany, and the Netherlands between 2350-1500 BC

Marieke Visser | 2021

In Bronze Age Europe, an enormous amount of metalwork was buried in the ground and never retrieved. Patterns in the archaeological finds show that this was a deliberate practice: people systematically deposited valuable metal objects…






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