The Book of Kells

A Masterwork Revealed: Creators, Collaboration, and Campaigns

Donncha MacGabhann | Forthcoming

Sublime calligraphy, marvellous art, and amazing initials, have charmed and captivated the audience of the Book of Kells for over twelve hundred years. This remarkable illuminated Gospel book attracts the attention of scholars as well…



“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…



Echoes from the Deep

Inventorising shipwrecks at the national scale by the application of marine geophysics and the historical text

Innes McCartney | Forthcoming

In a process analogous with the impact of aerial photography on landscape archaeology, marine geophysics is locating the remains of thousands of shipwrecks across the seabed of the globe. This research project set out to…



Doggerland. Lost World under the North Sea

Edited by Luc Amkreutz & Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof | Forthcoming

This popular-science book tells the story of one of the most important, but least known major archaeological sites in Europe: Doggerland. Few people know that the beaches along the North Sea lie on the edge…



The Baltic in the Bronze Age

Regional patterns, interactions and boundaries

Edited by Daniela Hofmann, Frank Nikulka, Robert Schumann | Forthcoming

The Bronze Age is a time of increasing interaction with large-scale connections that cover vast parts of Europe. Some parts and regions of the Bronze Age are very well explored and for some very strong…



Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume I)

The site and its significance within the wider context of the Roman North Sea and Channel frontier zone

S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…



Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume II)

The material culture of the south-west corner site

Edited by S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…



The Book of Kells

A Masterwork Revealed: Creators, Collaboration, and Campaigns

Donncha MacGabhann | Forthcoming

Sublime calligraphy, marvellous art, and amazing initials, have charmed and captivated the audience of the Book of Kells for over twelve hundred years. This remarkable illuminated Gospel book attracts the attention of scholars as well…



“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…



Echoes from the Deep

Inventorising shipwrecks at the national scale by the application of marine geophysics and the historical text

Innes McCartney | Forthcoming

In a process analogous with the impact of aerial photography on landscape archaeology, marine geophysics is locating the remains of thousands of shipwrecks across the seabed of the globe. This research project set out to…



Doggerland. Lost World under the North Sea

Edited by Luc Amkreutz & Sasja van der Vaart-Verschoof | Forthcoming

This popular-science book tells the story of one of the most important, but least known major archaeological sites in Europe: Doggerland. Few people know that the beaches along the North Sea lie on the edge…



The Baltic in the Bronze Age

Regional patterns, interactions and boundaries

Edited by Daniela Hofmann, Frank Nikulka, Robert Schumann | Forthcoming

The Bronze Age is a time of increasing interaction with large-scale connections that cover vast parts of Europe. Some parts and regions of the Bronze Age are very well explored and for some very strong…



Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume I)

The site and its significance within the wider context of the Roman North Sea and Channel frontier zone

S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…



Change and continuity at the Roman coastal fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD (Volume II)

The material culture of the south-west corner site

Edited by S. Vanhoutte | Forthcoming

In the later Roman period the North Sea and Channel region was the scene of seaborne attacks, political crises, army reforms, Germanic invasions and changing imperial defence strategies. Literary evidence for this era is poor.…






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