Practices of Wealth Depositing in the 1st–9th Century AD Eastern Baltic

Ester Oras | 2015

This PhD thesis discusses the practices of wealth depositing in the 1st–9th century AD eastern Baltic (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania). Wealth deposits are one or more valued object/s that is/are hidden deliberately as an intended separate deposition in a selected place...


Fernweh

Crossing borders and connecting people in archaeological heritage management. Essays in honour of prof. Willem J.H. Willems

Edited by Monique H. van den Dries, Sjoerd J. van der Linde & Amy Strecker | 2015

‘Fernweh’ is a collection of essays on archaeological heritage management issues dedicated to Professor dr. Willem J.H. Willems.

Willem Willems (1950-2014) was one of...


Metaaltijden (vol. 2)

Bijdragen in de studie van de metaaltijden

Edited by Eugene A.G. Ball & Stijn Arnoldussen | 2015

Deze bundel vormt de neerslag van de 2e Nederlandse Metaaltijdendag, gehouden op 17 oktober 2014. Toen is in een boeiende reeks lezingen een rijke doorsnede...


Verwerkt verleden

Helmond vanaf prehistorie tot nieuwe tijd

Theo de Jong, Sem Peters en Ivo Vossen | 2015

In de ondergrond van Helmond ligt een rijkdom aan resten uit het verleden. Die resten laten zien dat er al sinds de steentijd mensen rondliepen...


Corded Ware Coastal Communities

Using ceramic analysis to reconstruct third millennium BC societies in the Netherlands

Sandra Mariët Beckerman | 2015

The Corded Ware Culture (c. 2900–2300 BC) is found in a large area, from Russia to the Netherlands and from Scandinavia to Switzerland. Supra-regional elements...


Settlement and Metalworking in the Middle Bronze Age and Beyond

New evidence from Tremough, Cornwall

Edited by Andy M. Jones, James Gossip and Henrietta Quinnell | 2015

Between 2008 and 2011 excavations were undertaken by the Cornwall Archaeological Unit at Tremough, near Penryn, Cornwall. The site is situated on a plateau overlooking...


Archaeology of Salt

Approaching an invisible past

Edited by Robin Brigand & Olivier Weller | 2015

Salt is an invisible object for research in archaeology. However, ancient writings, ethnographic studies and the evidence of archaeological exploitation highlight it as an essential...


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Practices of Wealth Depositing in the 1st–9th Century AD Eastern Baltic

Ester Oras | 2015

This PhD thesis discusses the practices of wealth depositing in the 1st–9th century AD eastern Baltic (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania). Wealth deposits are one or more valued object/s that is/are hidden deliberately as an intended separate deposition in a selected place...


Fernweh

Crossing borders and connecting people in archaeological heritage management. Essays in honour of prof. Willem J.H. Willems

Edited by Monique H. van den Dries, Sjoerd J. van der Linde & Amy Strecker | 2015

‘Fernweh’ is a collection of essays on archaeological heritage management issues dedicated to Professor dr. Willem J.H. Willems.

Willem Willems (1950-2014) was one of...


Metaaltijden (vol. 2)

Bijdragen in de studie van de metaaltijden

Edited by Eugene A.G. Ball & Stijn Arnoldussen | 2015

Deze bundel vormt de neerslag van de 2e Nederlandse Metaaltijdendag, gehouden op 17 oktober 2014. Toen is in een boeiende reeks lezingen een rijke doorsnede...


Verwerkt verleden

Helmond vanaf prehistorie tot nieuwe tijd

Theo de Jong, Sem Peters en Ivo Vossen | 2015

In de ondergrond van Helmond ligt een rijkdom aan resten uit het verleden. Die resten laten zien dat er al sinds de steentijd mensen rondliepen...


Corded Ware Coastal Communities

Using ceramic analysis to reconstruct third millennium BC societies in the Netherlands

Sandra Mariët Beckerman | 2015

The Corded Ware Culture (c. 2900–2300 BC) is found in a large area, from Russia to the Netherlands and from Scandinavia to Switzerland. Supra-regional elements...


Settlement and Metalworking in the Middle Bronze Age and Beyond

New evidence from Tremough, Cornwall

Edited by Andy M. Jones, James Gossip and Henrietta Quinnell | 2015

Between 2008 and 2011 excavations were undertaken by the Cornwall Archaeological Unit at Tremough, near Penryn, Cornwall. The site is situated on a plateau overlooking...


Archaeology of Salt

Approaching an invisible past

Edited by Robin Brigand & Olivier Weller | 2015

Salt is an invisible object for research in archaeology. However, ancient writings, ethnographic studies and the evidence of archaeological exploitation highlight it as an essential...





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