Stonehenge for the Ancestors: Part 2

Synthesis

Mike Parker Pearson, Joshua Pollard, Colin Richards, Julian Thomas, Chris Tilley & Kate Welham | Forthcoming

For many centuries, scholars and enthusiasts have been fascinated by Stonehenge, the world’s most famous stone circle. In 2003 a team of archaeologists commenced a...


Sur les pas de l’âne dans la religion égyptienne

Marie Vandenbeusch | Forthcoming

L’âne, animal essentiel au commerce et à l’agriculture de l’Égypte ancienne, apparaît dans des sources de tout ordre, témoignant de sa prégnance dans l’univers égyptien. Une grande partie des attestations relatives à cet animal provient de documents économiques. Une autre...


Matters of Belonging

Ethnographic Museums in a Changing Europe

Edited by Wayne Modest, Nicholas Thomas, Doris Prlić & Claudia Augustat | Forthcoming

Matters of Belonging brings to the foreground critical practices within ethnographic museums in relation to their diverse stakeholders, with a special focus on collaboration with...


Heritage Education

Memories of the Past in the Present Caribbean Social Studies Curriculum: A View from Teacher Practice

Eldris Con Aguilar | Forthcoming

This book compiles the results of a doctoral research study that sought to gain insight into how indigenous heritage is represented in the school curriculum...


Megalithic monuments and social structures

Comparative studies on recent and Funnel Beaker societies

Maria Wunderlich | Forthcoming

Megalith building constitutes not only a past, but also a recent phenomenon, which is still practised today. The documentation and interpretation of recent megalith building...


Settlement change across Medieval Europe

Old paradigms and new vistas

Edited by Niall Brady & Claudia Theune | Forthcoming

The idea that the past was an era with long periods of little or no change is almost certainly false. Change has always affected human...


Death Revisited

The excavation of three Bronze Age barrows and surrounding landscape at Apeldoorn-Wieselseweg

Arjan Louwen & David Fontijn | Forthcoming

This book presents a group of small and inconspicuous barrows that were recently discovered in the forest of Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. They are part of...


Stonehenge for the Ancestors: Part 2

Synthesis

Mike Parker Pearson, Joshua Pollard, Colin Richards, Julian Thomas, Chris Tilley & Kate Welham | Forthcoming

For many centuries, scholars and enthusiasts have been fascinated by Stonehenge, the world’s most famous stone circle. In 2003 a team of archaeologists commenced a...


Sur les pas de l’âne dans la religion égyptienne

Marie Vandenbeusch | Forthcoming

L’âne, animal essentiel au commerce et à l’agriculture de l’Égypte ancienne, apparaît dans des sources de tout ordre, témoignant de sa prégnance dans l’univers égyptien. Une grande partie des attestations relatives à cet animal provient de documents économiques. Une autre...


Matters of Belonging

Ethnographic Museums in a Changing Europe

Edited by Wayne Modest, Nicholas Thomas, Doris Prlić & Claudia Augustat | Forthcoming

Matters of Belonging brings to the foreground critical practices within ethnographic museums in relation to their diverse stakeholders, with a special focus on collaboration with...


Heritage Education

Memories of the Past in the Present Caribbean Social Studies Curriculum: A View from Teacher Practice

Eldris Con Aguilar | Forthcoming

This book compiles the results of a doctoral research study that sought to gain insight into how indigenous heritage is represented in the school curriculum...


Megalithic monuments and social structures

Comparative studies on recent and Funnel Beaker societies

Maria Wunderlich | Forthcoming

Megalith building constitutes not only a past, but also a recent phenomenon, which is still practised today. The documentation and interpretation of recent megalith building...


Settlement change across Medieval Europe

Old paradigms and new vistas

Edited by Niall Brady & Claudia Theune | Forthcoming

The idea that the past was an era with long periods of little or no change is almost certainly false. Change has always affected human...


Death Revisited

The excavation of three Bronze Age barrows and surrounding landscape at Apeldoorn-Wieselseweg

Arjan Louwen & David Fontijn | Forthcoming

This book presents a group of small and inconspicuous barrows that were recently discovered in the forest of Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. They are part of...





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