Storage in Ancient Egypt and Nubia

Earthen architecture and building techniques

Edited by Adeline Bats & Nadia Licitra | 2023

In 2020 and 2021 the Research Group on Storage in Ancient Egypt and Sudan organised two online workshops focusing on earthen storage buildings in ancient Egypt and Nubia. Following these two meetings, the nine contributions…



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…



From Households to Empires

Papers in Memory of Bradley J. Parker

Edited by Jason R. Kennedy and Patrick Mullins | 2023

Bradley J. Parker made numerous contributions to the field of archaeology and Assyriology on a broad array of topics spanning six millennia of archaeological history in both ancient Mesopotamia and the Andes. His varied research…



Het jaar 1000

Nederland in het midden van de Middeleeuwen

Annemarieke Willemsen | 2023

De eeuwen tussen 900 en 1100 zijn een belangrijke overgangsperiode in de geschiedenis van wat nu Nederland is. Het gebied verandert ingrijpend qua landschap, bevolking, bebouwing, taal en cultuur. Het wordt beter bereisbaar. Deze veranderingen…



"What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?"

Essays on the Occasion of the 65th Birthday of Reinhard Bernbeck

Editorial Collective | 2023

“What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?” is a collection of essays published on the occasion of Reinhard Bernbeck’s 65th birthday. The distinguished archaeologist Reinhard Bernbeck from the Institute of Near Eastern Archaeology at…



Death at the Dunnu

Investigating Funerary Variety at Middle Assyrian Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria

Keshia A.N. Akkermans | 2023

During the roughly hundred years (ca. 1225 – 1125 BCE) that the Middle Assyrian dunnu at Tell Sabi Abyad was in operation, some forty-nine individuals were interred in graves of a striking diversity. In this…



Jebel Aruda: An Uruk period temple and settlement in Syria (Volume I)

Excavation and Material Culture

Govert van Driel† & Carol van Driel-Murray | 2023

Jebel Aruda, a prominent mountain ridge overlooking the Tabqa Dam lake in northern Syria, was the location of a remarkable settlement that flourished between c. 3300 and 3100 BC during the so-called Uruk period. For…



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Storage in Ancient Egypt and Nubia

Earthen architecture and building techniques

Edited by Adeline Bats & Nadia Licitra | 2023

In 2020 and 2021 the Research Group on Storage in Ancient Egypt and Sudan organised two online workshops focusing on earthen storage buildings in ancient Egypt and Nubia. Following these two meetings, the nine contributions…



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…



From Households to Empires

Papers in Memory of Bradley J. Parker

Edited by Jason R. Kennedy and Patrick Mullins | 2023

Bradley J. Parker made numerous contributions to the field of archaeology and Assyriology on a broad array of topics spanning six millennia of archaeological history in both ancient Mesopotamia and the Andes. His varied research…



Het jaar 1000

Nederland in het midden van de Middeleeuwen

Annemarieke Willemsen | 2023

De eeuwen tussen 900 en 1100 zijn een belangrijke overgangsperiode in de geschiedenis van wat nu Nederland is. Het gebied verandert ingrijpend qua landschap, bevolking, bebouwing, taal en cultuur. Het wordt beter bereisbaar. Deze veranderingen…



"What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?"

Essays on the Occasion of the 65th Birthday of Reinhard Bernbeck

Editorial Collective | 2023

“What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?” is a collection of essays published on the occasion of Reinhard Bernbeck’s 65th birthday. The distinguished archaeologist Reinhard Bernbeck from the Institute of Near Eastern Archaeology at…



Death at the Dunnu

Investigating Funerary Variety at Middle Assyrian Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria

Keshia A.N. Akkermans | 2023

During the roughly hundred years (ca. 1225 – 1125 BCE) that the Middle Assyrian dunnu at Tell Sabi Abyad was in operation, some forty-nine individuals were interred in graves of a striking diversity. In this…



Jebel Aruda: An Uruk period temple and settlement in Syria (Volume I)

Excavation and Material Culture

Govert van Driel† & Carol van Driel-Murray | 2023

Jebel Aruda, a prominent mountain ridge overlooking the Tabqa Dam lake in northern Syria, was the location of a remarkable settlement that flourished between c. 3300 and 3100 BC during the so-called Uruk period. For…






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