Photo-Museology

The presence of absence and the absence of presence

Mark Adams and Nicholas Thomas | Forthcoming

Ethnographic museums, now often rebranded as collections of ‘world cultures’, appear permanently problematic, even as their contexts and the orientation of their activities change. Across Europe and elsewhere, curators and other museum staff are committed…



Middle and Late Helladic Laconia

Competing principalities?

Edited by Corien Wiersma & Maria P. Tsouli | Forthcoming

Many new results on Middle and Late Bronze Age Laconia are presented in this volume, stemming from recent excavations by the Greek Archaeological Service as well as ongoing excavations, surveys and material studies by foreign…



The Value of a Human Life

Ritual Killing and Human Sacrifice in Antiquity

Edited by Karel C. Innemée | Forthcoming

Throughout the millennia and all over the world people have been killed by others, not only in wars and as a result of murders, but also in a ritualised way, often called human sacrifice. Much…



Metaaltijden (vol. 8)

Bijdragen in de studie van de metaaltijden

Edited by Stijn Arnoldussen, M.T.C. Hendriksen, Eric Norde & Nynke de Vries | Forthcoming

Deze bundel vormt de neerslag van de 8e Nederlandse (digitale) metaaltijdendag gehouden op 9 oktober 2020. Op die dag werden – door de corona maatregelen in aangepaste vorm – lezingen gehouden over diverse onderwerpen aangaande…



Barrows at the core of Bronze Age Communities

Supplementary Material

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | Forthcoming

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

Petersfield Heath excavations 2014–18 in their regional context

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | Forthcoming

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…



Settling with the norm?

Norm and variation in social groups and their material manifestations in (Roman) Iron Age (800 BC–AD 300) settlement sites of the northern Netherlands

Karen M. de Vries | Forthcoming

When studying later prehistoric societies, it is evident that shared practices, as well as variations, exist in the settlement record. Traditionally, the emphasis has mainly been on the elements shared on large scales, the widely…



Photo-Museology

The presence of absence and the absence of presence

Mark Adams and Nicholas Thomas | Forthcoming

Ethnographic museums, now often rebranded as collections of ‘world cultures’, appear permanently problematic, even as their contexts and the orientation of their activities change. Across Europe and elsewhere, curators and other museum staff are committed…



Middle and Late Helladic Laconia

Competing principalities?

Edited by Corien Wiersma & Maria P. Tsouli | Forthcoming

Many new results on Middle and Late Bronze Age Laconia are presented in this volume, stemming from recent excavations by the Greek Archaeological Service as well as ongoing excavations, surveys and material studies by foreign…



The Value of a Human Life

Ritual Killing and Human Sacrifice in Antiquity

Edited by Karel C. Innemée | Forthcoming

Throughout the millennia and all over the world people have been killed by others, not only in wars and as a result of murders, but also in a ritualised way, often called human sacrifice. Much…



Metaaltijden (vol. 8)

Bijdragen in de studie van de metaaltijden

Edited by Stijn Arnoldussen, M.T.C. Hendriksen, Eric Norde & Nynke de Vries | Forthcoming

Deze bundel vormt de neerslag van de 8e Nederlandse (digitale) metaaltijdendag gehouden op 9 oktober 2020. Op die dag werden – door de corona maatregelen in aangepaste vorm – lezingen gehouden over diverse onderwerpen aangaande…



Barrows at the core of Bronze Age Communities

Supplementary Material

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | Forthcoming

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

Petersfield Heath excavations 2014–18 in their regional context

Stuart Needham & George Anelay | Forthcoming

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…



Settling with the norm?

Norm and variation in social groups and their material manifestations in (Roman) Iron Age (800 BC–AD 300) settlement sites of the northern Netherlands

Karen M. de Vries | Forthcoming

When studying later prehistoric societies, it is evident that shared practices, as well as variations, exist in the settlement record. Traditionally, the emphasis has mainly been on the elements shared on large scales, the widely…






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