Stories of the Past

Viewing History through Fiction

Chris Green | Forthcoming

This study contends that the creation and consumption of fiction has not been looked at in a holistic way in terms of an overall process that takes us from author to consumer with all of…



“Onder faveur van ’t canon”

VOC-Artillerie, 1602-1796: Technologische vernieuwingen, logistiek en beleid

John R. Verbeek | Forthcoming

Het zeer gedegen werk van John R. Verbeek (1955-2021) voert de lezer rechtstreeks naar het militair optreden van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC) in haar octrooigebied in Azië. Degenen die in Nederland – toen de…



Let a cow-skin be brought

Armour, Chariots and Other Leather Remains from Tutankhamun’s Tomb

André J. Veldmeijer & Salima Ikram | Forthcoming

One hundred years ago, Howard Carter, working for Lord Carnarvon, made one of the most important archaeological discoveries of all times in the Valley of the Kings (Luxor, Egypt): the nearly intact tomb of the…



Technological Styles in the Jebel Gharbi Lithic Industries of the Late Pleistocene (North-Western Libya)

Giuseppina Mutri | Forthcoming

The study of the human societies of the Final Pleistocene of North Africa requires an in-depth analysis of the techno-typological characteristics of the microlithic industries that were widespread in the whole Mediterranean area during the…



A Call to Arms

The day war was invented

Anne Lehoërff | Forthcoming

One day, sometime around 1700 BC, a bronzesmith made the first sword. This marked a technological turning point, giving rise to an arms race that has never since ceased. Soon, over a vast area between…



Tracking the Neolithic in the Near East

Lithic Perspectives on Its Origins, Development and Dispersals

Edited by Yoshihiro Nishiaki, Osamu Maeda & Makoto Arimura | Forthcoming

This book combines the latest studies of Near Eastern Neolithic lithics by leading international archaeologists to develop their analytical potential and advance our understanding of the world oldest farming societies of the Near East in…



Heritage, Landscape and Spatial Justice

New Legal Perspectives on Heritage Protection in the Lesser Antilles

Amanda Byer | Forthcoming

The Caribbean region faces particular environmental challenges as a result of colonial land use, pressures from tourism and globalisation, as well as climate change. No less affected are its heritage resources, which include natural and…



Stories of the Past

Viewing History through Fiction

Chris Green | Forthcoming

This study contends that the creation and consumption of fiction has not been looked at in a holistic way in terms of an overall process that takes us from author to consumer with all of…



“Onder faveur van ’t canon”

VOC-Artillerie, 1602-1796: Technologische vernieuwingen, logistiek en beleid

John R. Verbeek | Forthcoming

Het zeer gedegen werk van John R. Verbeek (1955-2021) voert de lezer rechtstreeks naar het militair optreden van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC) in haar octrooigebied in Azië. Degenen die in Nederland – toen de…



Let a cow-skin be brought

Armour, Chariots and Other Leather Remains from Tutankhamun’s Tomb

André J. Veldmeijer & Salima Ikram | Forthcoming

One hundred years ago, Howard Carter, working for Lord Carnarvon, made one of the most important archaeological discoveries of all times in the Valley of the Kings (Luxor, Egypt): the nearly intact tomb of the…



Technological Styles in the Jebel Gharbi Lithic Industries of the Late Pleistocene (North-Western Libya)

Giuseppina Mutri | Forthcoming

The study of the human societies of the Final Pleistocene of North Africa requires an in-depth analysis of the techno-typological characteristics of the microlithic industries that were widespread in the whole Mediterranean area during the…



A Call to Arms

The day war was invented

Anne Lehoërff | Forthcoming

One day, sometime around 1700 BC, a bronzesmith made the first sword. This marked a technological turning point, giving rise to an arms race that has never since ceased. Soon, over a vast area between…



Tracking the Neolithic in the Near East

Lithic Perspectives on Its Origins, Development and Dispersals

Edited by Yoshihiro Nishiaki, Osamu Maeda & Makoto Arimura | Forthcoming

This book combines the latest studies of Near Eastern Neolithic lithics by leading international archaeologists to develop their analytical potential and advance our understanding of the world oldest farming societies of the Near East in…



Heritage, Landscape and Spatial Justice

New Legal Perspectives on Heritage Protection in the Lesser Antilles

Amanda Byer | Forthcoming

The Caribbean region faces particular environmental challenges as a result of colonial land use, pressures from tourism and globalisation, as well as climate change. No less affected are its heritage resources, which include natural and…






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