Ancestral Heaths

Reconstructing the Barrow Landscape in the Central and Southern Netherlands

Marieke Doorenbosch | 2013

Barrows, i.e. burial mounds, are amongst the most important of Europe’s prehistoric monuments. Across the continent, barrows still figure as prominent elements in the landscape. Many of these mounds have been excavated, revealing much about…




Domus Augustana

Investigating the ‘Sunken Peristyle’ on the Palatine Hill / Neue Forschungen zum ‘Versenkten Peristyl’ auf dem Palatin

Natascha Sojc | 2013

Neue Forschungen zum ‘Versenkten Peristyl’ auf dem Palatin Von 2005 bis 2010 untersuchte ein internationales Forscherteam einen zentralen Bereich der römischen Kaiserpaläste auf dem Palatin: Das sogenannte ‘Versenkte Peristyl’ der Domus Augustana. Die Ergebnisse dieser…




Barely Surviving or More than Enough?

The environmental archaeology of subsistence, specialisation and surplus food production

Edited by Maaike Groot, Daphne Lentjes & Jørn Zeiler | 2013

How people produced or acquired their food in the past is one of the main questions in archaeology. Everyone needs food to survive, so the ways in which people managed to acquire it forms the…




European Archaeology Abroad

Global Settings, Comparative Perspectives

Edited by S.J. van der Linde, M.H. van den Dries, N. Schlanger and C.G. Slappendel | 2013

What are European archaeologists doing abroad? What have they been doing there for the past three to four centuries? Are they doing things differently nowadays? To address these questions, this book explores the scope, impact…




Beyond Barrows

Current research on the structuration and perception of the Prehistoric Landscape through Monuments

edited by David Fontijn, Arjan Louwen, Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof & Karsten Wentink | 2013

Europe is dotted with tens of thousands of prehistoric barrows. In spite of their ubiquity, little is known on the role they had in pre- and protohistoric landscapes. In 2010, an international group of archaeologists…




Monuments on the Horizon

The formation of the barrow landscape throughout the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC

Quentin Bourgeois | 2013

Barrows, as burial markers, are ubiquitous throughout North-Western Europe. In some regions dense concentrations of monuments form peculiar configurations such as long alignments while in others they are spread out extensively, dotting vast areas with…




The Value of an Archaeological Open-Air Museum is in its Use

Understanding Archaeological Open-Air Museums and their Visitors

Roeland Paardekooper | 2013

There are about 300 archaeological open-air museums in Europe. Their history goes from Romanticism up to modern-day tourism. With the majority dating to the past 30 years, they do more than simply present (re)constructed outdoor…




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Ancestral Heaths

Reconstructing the Barrow Landscape in the Central and Southern Netherlands

Marieke Doorenbosch | 2013

Barrows, i.e. burial mounds, are amongst the most important of Europe’s prehistoric monuments. Across the continent, barrows still figure as prominent elements in the landscape. Many of these mounds have been excavated, revealing much about…




Domus Augustana

Investigating the ‘Sunken Peristyle’ on the Palatine Hill / Neue Forschungen zum ‘Versenkten Peristyl’ auf dem Palatin

Natascha Sojc | 2013

Neue Forschungen zum ‘Versenkten Peristyl’ auf dem Palatin Von 2005 bis 2010 untersuchte ein internationales Forscherteam einen zentralen Bereich der römischen Kaiserpaläste auf dem Palatin: Das sogenannte ‘Versenkte Peristyl’ der Domus Augustana. Die Ergebnisse dieser…




Barely Surviving or More than Enough?

The environmental archaeology of subsistence, specialisation and surplus food production

Edited by Maaike Groot, Daphne Lentjes & Jørn Zeiler | 2013

How people produced or acquired their food in the past is one of the main questions in archaeology. Everyone needs food to survive, so the ways in which people managed to acquire it forms the…




European Archaeology Abroad

Global Settings, Comparative Perspectives

Edited by S.J. van der Linde, M.H. van den Dries, N. Schlanger and C.G. Slappendel | 2013

What are European archaeologists doing abroad? What have they been doing there for the past three to four centuries? Are they doing things differently nowadays? To address these questions, this book explores the scope, impact…




Beyond Barrows

Current research on the structuration and perception of the Prehistoric Landscape through Monuments

edited by David Fontijn, Arjan Louwen, Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof & Karsten Wentink | 2013

Europe is dotted with tens of thousands of prehistoric barrows. In spite of their ubiquity, little is known on the role they had in pre- and protohistoric landscapes. In 2010, an international group of archaeologists…




Monuments on the Horizon

The formation of the barrow landscape throughout the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC

Quentin Bourgeois | 2013

Barrows, as burial markers, are ubiquitous throughout North-Western Europe. In some regions dense concentrations of monuments form peculiar configurations such as long alignments while in others they are spread out extensively, dotting vast areas with…




The Value of an Archaeological Open-Air Museum is in its Use

Understanding Archaeological Open-Air Museums and their Visitors

Roeland Paardekooper | 2013

There are about 300 archaeological open-air museums in Europe. Their history goes from Romanticism up to modern-day tourism. With the majority dating to the past 30 years, they do more than simply present (re)constructed outdoor…







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