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…



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…



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…



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…



Nicolaus Westendorp (1773 – 1836)

Een dominee op zoek naar ‘t begin van ‘t Vaderlands Verleden

Wout Arentzen | Forthcoming

Nicolaus Westendorp (1773-1836) was een dominee in Nederlandse romantische traditie. Zo als veel van zijn collega’s begon hij zijn literaire leven als dichter. Hoewel het dominee zijn altijd zijn hoofd doel bleef werd hij landelijk…



Lucayan Legacies

Indigenous lifeways in The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands

Joanna Ostapkowicz | Forthcoming

This book is about Lucayan legacies – the heritage of the people who made the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands (the Lucayan archipelago) their home from the 8th to the 16th centuries. This legacy…



The Basketry from the Tomb of Tutankhamun

Catalogue and Analysis

André J. Veldmeijer & Salima Ikram. With a contribution by Lucy Kubiak-Martens | Forthcoming

The tomb of Tutankhamun, discovered in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor (Egypt) by Howard Carted, yielded over 6000 items. Among the vast number of richly embellished precious objects, such as the…



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…



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…



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…



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…



Nicolaus Westendorp (1773 – 1836)

Een dominee op zoek naar ‘t begin van ‘t Vaderlands Verleden

Wout Arentzen | Forthcoming

Nicolaus Westendorp (1773-1836) was een dominee in Nederlandse romantische traditie. Zo als veel van zijn collega’s begon hij zijn literaire leven als dichter. Hoewel het dominee zijn altijd zijn hoofd doel bleef werd hij landelijk…



Lucayan Legacies

Indigenous lifeways in The Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands

Joanna Ostapkowicz | Forthcoming

This book is about Lucayan legacies – the heritage of the people who made the Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands (the Lucayan archipelago) their home from the 8th to the 16th centuries. This legacy…



The Basketry from the Tomb of Tutankhamun

Catalogue and Analysis

André J. Veldmeijer & Salima Ikram. With a contribution by Lucy Kubiak-Martens | Forthcoming

The tomb of Tutankhamun, discovered in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor (Egypt) by Howard Carted, yielded over 6000 items. Among the vast number of richly embellished precious objects, such as the…






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