Alternative Egyptology

Critical essays on the relation between academic and alternative interpretations of ancient Egypt

Edited by B.J.L. van den Bercken | Forthcoming

From a mummy on board the Titanic to the pyramids’ alignment with the stars, from psychoactive mushrooms to the lost realm of Atlantis: alternative interpretations of ancient Egypt, often summarised as ‘alternative Egyptology’, have always…



Hayonim Cave

From the Early to the Middle Palaeolithic in the Levant (Israel)

Edited by Liliane Meignen & Ofer Bar-Yosef | Forthcoming

The research presented in this book results from an international interdisciplinary research program in Hayonim cave (Israel) from 1992 to 2000, directed by Prof O. Bar-Yosef (Harvard University) and L. Meignen (CNRS, France), and focusing…



From Ros to Prut (volume 2)

Transformations of Trypillia settlements

Edited by Robert Hofmann, Wiebke Kirleis, Johannes Müller, Vitalii Rud, Stanislav Ţerna†, Mykhailo Videiko | Forthcoming

Pre-dating the urban revolution in Western Asia, a network of agricultural settlements developed in the forest-steppe zone northwest of the Black Sea in the late 5th and first half of the 4th millennium BCE, some…



“Better Than We”

Landscapes and materialities of race, class, and gender in pre-emancipation Saba, Dutch Caribbean

Ryan Espersen | Forthcoming

This study aims to understand the materiality of Saba’s ideological landscape during its pre-emancipation colonial period. This is accomplished by understanding the dialectics, or inseparable relationships, between Saba’s geography, locally-situated ideologies of class, race, and…



Plakkaatboek Kust van Guinea (Band 3)

Traktaten, Instructies, Reglementen en andere documenten betrekking hebbende op De Kust van Guinea, 1597/1611 - 1872

Edited by A. van Dantzig†, J.A. Schiltkamp† & J.Th. de Smidt†, met medewerking van T. van der Lee & H.J. van Dapperen | Forthcoming

Het koloniale rijk van Nederland spreidde zich uit over de hele wereld. Ook in westelijk Afrika vestigde de West Indische Compagnie (WIC) handelsposten. De belangrijkste koopwaar betrof slaafgemaakten, ivoor en goud. Vanaf de vroege zeventiende…



Larger than Life

The Ommerschans hoard and the role of giant swords in the European Bronze Age (1500-1100 BC)

Edited by Luc W.S.W. Amkreutz & David Fontijn | Forthcoming

In 1896 a remarkable hoard was discovered near Ommerschans in the eastern Netherlands that included a spectacular object: a giant bronze sword. It was obtained by the landowner and kept by a forester, until it…



Decoding the Jewels

Renaissance Jewellery in Scotland

Edited by Anna Groundwater | Forthcoming

For the first time, National Museums Scotland’s important collection of Renaissance jewellery from Scotland is considered together in this fully illustrated volume alongside significant items from the Royal Collection. The book was inspired by the…



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Alternative Egyptology

Critical essays on the relation between academic and alternative interpretations of ancient Egypt

Edited by B.J.L. van den Bercken | Forthcoming

From a mummy on board the Titanic to the pyramids’ alignment with the stars, from psychoactive mushrooms to the lost realm of Atlantis: alternative interpretations of ancient Egypt, often summarised as ‘alternative Egyptology’, have always…



Hayonim Cave

From the Early to the Middle Palaeolithic in the Levant (Israel)

Edited by Liliane Meignen & Ofer Bar-Yosef | Forthcoming

The research presented in this book results from an international interdisciplinary research program in Hayonim cave (Israel) from 1992 to 2000, directed by Prof O. Bar-Yosef (Harvard University) and L. Meignen (CNRS, France), and focusing…



From Ros to Prut (volume 2)

Transformations of Trypillia settlements

Edited by Robert Hofmann, Wiebke Kirleis, Johannes Müller, Vitalii Rud, Stanislav Ţerna†, Mykhailo Videiko | Forthcoming

Pre-dating the urban revolution in Western Asia, a network of agricultural settlements developed in the forest-steppe zone northwest of the Black Sea in the late 5th and first half of the 4th millennium BCE, some…



“Better Than We”

Landscapes and materialities of race, class, and gender in pre-emancipation Saba, Dutch Caribbean

Ryan Espersen | Forthcoming

This study aims to understand the materiality of Saba’s ideological landscape during its pre-emancipation colonial period. This is accomplished by understanding the dialectics, or inseparable relationships, between Saba’s geography, locally-situated ideologies of class, race, and…



Plakkaatboek Kust van Guinea (Band 3)

Traktaten, Instructies, Reglementen en andere documenten betrekking hebbende op De Kust van Guinea, 1597/1611 - 1872

Edited by A. van Dantzig†, J.A. Schiltkamp† & J.Th. de Smidt†, met medewerking van T. van der Lee & H.J. van Dapperen | Forthcoming

Het koloniale rijk van Nederland spreidde zich uit over de hele wereld. Ook in westelijk Afrika vestigde de West Indische Compagnie (WIC) handelsposten. De belangrijkste koopwaar betrof slaafgemaakten, ivoor en goud. Vanaf de vroege zeventiende…



Larger than Life

The Ommerschans hoard and the role of giant swords in the European Bronze Age (1500-1100 BC)

Edited by Luc W.S.W. Amkreutz & David Fontijn | Forthcoming

In 1896 a remarkable hoard was discovered near Ommerschans in the eastern Netherlands that included a spectacular object: a giant bronze sword. It was obtained by the landowner and kept by a forester, until it…



Decoding the Jewels

Renaissance Jewellery in Scotland

Edited by Anna Groundwater | Forthcoming

For the first time, National Museums Scotland’s important collection of Renaissance jewellery from Scotland is considered together in this fully illustrated volume alongside significant items from the Royal Collection. The book was inspired by the…






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