Mensch – Körper – Tod

Der Umgang mit menschlichen Überresten im Neolithikum Mitteleuropas

Edited by Nadia Balkowski, Kerstin P. Hofmann, Isabel A. Hohle, Almut Schülke | 2023

Das europäische Neolithikum zeichnet sich durch eine Vielzahl von Umgangsweisen mit menschlichen Körpern von Toten aus. Der archäologische Diskurs zu Mensch, Körper und Tod stützte sich für das Neolithikum traditionell jedoch auf Körperbestattungen. Dies ist…



Loss in Translation

The Heritagization of Catholic Monasteries

Wouter J.W. Kock | 2023

Religious heritage has long been within the scope of academia, but very little research has been conducted on the heritagization of Catholic monasteries. This is remarkable considering the longstanding historical presence and social impact of…



Changing Identity in a Changing World

Current Studies on the Stone Age around 4000 BCE

Edited by Daniel Groß and Mikael Rothstein | 2023

From 2013-2022 the largest Stone Age excavation ever undertaken in Denmark, uncovered an entire fjord landscape beneath marine sediments at Rødbyhavn on the island of Lolland. Based on the excavations, Museum Lolland-Falster, in collaboration with…



"What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?"

Essays on the Occasion of the 65th Birthday of Reinhard Bernbeck

Editorial Collective | 2023

“What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?” is a collection of essays published on the occasion of Reinhard Bernbeck’s 65th birthday. The distinguished archaeologist Reinhard Bernbeck from the Institute of Near Eastern Archaeology at…



Death at the Dunnu

Investigating Funerary Variety at Middle Assyrian Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria

Keshia A.N. Akkermans | 2023

During the roughly hundred years (ca. 1225 – 1125 BCE) that the Middle Assyrian dunnu at Tell Sabi Abyad was in operation, some forty-nine individuals were interred in graves of a striking diversity. In this…



Navigating with White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys

Primate Behavioral Ecology and Spatial Cognition in a Mesoamerican Rainforest

Bernardo Urbani | 2023

This monograph examines a set of questions concerning human and nonhuman primate cognition, spatial memory, foraging behavior, and the ability of monkeys to form mental maps of the location and distribution of feeding and resting…



Household goods in the European Medieval and Early Modern Countryside

Edited by Catarina Tente and Claudia Theune | 2023

Although household goods are a well-establish topic in Medieval and Early Modern archaeology, more recent research is overcoming simple typological and technological aspects and pointing to broader approaches, which relates to the understanding of goods’…



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Mensch – Körper – Tod

Der Umgang mit menschlichen Überresten im Neolithikum Mitteleuropas

Edited by Nadia Balkowski, Kerstin P. Hofmann, Isabel A. Hohle, Almut Schülke | 2023

Das europäische Neolithikum zeichnet sich durch eine Vielzahl von Umgangsweisen mit menschlichen Körpern von Toten aus. Der archäologische Diskurs zu Mensch, Körper und Tod stützte sich für das Neolithikum traditionell jedoch auf Körperbestattungen. Dies ist…



Loss in Translation

The Heritagization of Catholic Monasteries

Wouter J.W. Kock | 2023

Religious heritage has long been within the scope of academia, but very little research has been conducted on the heritagization of Catholic monasteries. This is remarkable considering the longstanding historical presence and social impact of…



Changing Identity in a Changing World

Current Studies on the Stone Age around 4000 BCE

Edited by Daniel Groß and Mikael Rothstein | 2023

From 2013-2022 the largest Stone Age excavation ever undertaken in Denmark, uncovered an entire fjord landscape beneath marine sediments at Rødbyhavn on the island of Lolland. Based on the excavations, Museum Lolland-Falster, in collaboration with…



"What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?"

Essays on the Occasion of the 65th Birthday of Reinhard Bernbeck

Editorial Collective | 2023

“What Does This Have to Do with Archaeology?” is a collection of essays published on the occasion of Reinhard Bernbeck’s 65th birthday. The distinguished archaeologist Reinhard Bernbeck from the Institute of Near Eastern Archaeology at…



Death at the Dunnu

Investigating Funerary Variety at Middle Assyrian Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria

Keshia A.N. Akkermans | 2023

During the roughly hundred years (ca. 1225 – 1125 BCE) that the Middle Assyrian dunnu at Tell Sabi Abyad was in operation, some forty-nine individuals were interred in graves of a striking diversity. In this…



Navigating with White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys

Primate Behavioral Ecology and Spatial Cognition in a Mesoamerican Rainforest

Bernardo Urbani | 2023

This monograph examines a set of questions concerning human and nonhuman primate cognition, spatial memory, foraging behavior, and the ability of monkeys to form mental maps of the location and distribution of feeding and resting…



Household goods in the European Medieval and Early Modern Countryside

Edited by Catarina Tente and Claudia Theune | 2023

Although household goods are a well-establish topic in Medieval and Early Modern archaeology, more recent research is overcoming simple typological and technological aspects and pointing to broader approaches, which relates to the understanding of goods’…






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