Between Foraging and Farming

Edited by Harry Fokkens, Bryony J. Coles, Annelou van Gijn, Jos P. Kleijne, Hedwig H. Ponjee & Corijanne G. Slappendel | 2008

Between Foraging and Farming

Edited by Harry Fokkens, Bryony J. Coles, Annelou van Gijn, Jos P. Kleijne, Hedwig H. Ponjee & Corijanne G. Slappendel | 2008

ISBN: 9789073368231

Imprint: Distributed Title - Published by the Modderman Stichting / Faculty of Archaeology - Leiden University | Format: 210x265mm | 286 pp. | Series: Analecta | Language: English | 60 illus. (bw) | Category: archaeology, prehistory | download cover

Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 40

Between Foraging and Farming is liber amicorum for prof. Leendert Louwe Kooijmans, former dean of the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. Neolithisation has been Louwe Kooijmans’ research field since the nineteen-sixties and that is the reason why the topic of this book is the Meso-Neo transition.

Twenty-three researchers contributed to this volume, among them colleagues from the Faculty like Corrie Bakels, Annelou van Gijn , Pieter van de Velde and Harry Fokkens, but also from other Dutch institutes like Marjorie de Grooth and Jan Albert Bakker, and colleagues from abroad like Bryony Coles, Alasdair Whittle, Richard Bradley, Peter Bogucki, Søren Andersen and Haio Zimmermann. A fitting homage for a great researcher.

Jan Hendrik Holwerda and the adoption of the three-age system in the Netherlands
Leo Verhart

The temporality of culture changes
Harry Fokkens

Timing, tempo and temporalities in the early Neolithic of southern Britain
Alex Bayliss, Alasdair Whittle, Frances Healy

The end of the beginning: changing confi gurations in the British and Irish Neolithic
Richard Bradley

The Danubian-Baltic Borderland: Northern Poland in the fifth millennium BC
Peter Bogucki

The Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Western Denmark seen from a kitchen midden perspective: a survey
Søren H. Andersen

Tracing the Neolithic in the lowlands of Belgium: the evidence from Sandy Flanders
Philippe Crombé, Joris Sergant

A southern view on north-south interaction during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in the Lower Rhine Area
Bart Vanmontfort

The foam that fl ies ahead of a wave of advance: thoughts on the early neolithisation of the Lower Rhine uplands
Pieter van de Velde

Maastricht-Vogelzang, the Netherlands, a Michelsberg site in the valley of the Meuse seen from a botanical angle
Corrie Bakels

Phosphate mapping of a Funnel Beaker Culture house from Flögeln-Eekhöltjen, district of Cuxhaven, Lower Saxony
W. Haio Zimmermann

The Schipluiden pottery: mobility, exchange and mode of production
Daan Raemaekers

Hazendonk layers over and over again
Luc Amkreutz, Leo Verhart, Milco Wansleeben

The scale of human impact at the Hazendonk, the Netherlands, during the Late Neolithic
Welmoed Out

An eagle-eyed perspective. Haliaeetus albicilla in the Mesolithic and Neolithic of the Lower Rhine Area
Luc Amkreutz, Raymond Corbey

Were beavers aware? A change of perspective on the neolithisation of Britain
Bryony Coles

Exotic fl int and the negotiation of a new identity in the ‘margins’ of the agricultural world: the case of the Rhine-Meuse delta
Annelou van Gijn

Engaging with stone: Making the Neolithic in Ireland and Western Britain
Gabriel Cooney

Points of contact. Refl ections on Bandkeramik-Mesolithic interactions west of the Rhine
Marjorie de Grooth

On the Production of Discoidal Flint Knives and Changing Patterns of Specialist Flint Procurement in the Neolithic on the South Downs, England
Julie Gardiner

Upper Largie and Dutch-Scottish connections during the Beaker period
Alison Sheridan

Neolithic Alpine axeheads, from the Continent to Great Britain, the Isle of Man
and Ireland
Pierre Pétrequin, Alison Sheridan, Serge Cassen, Michel Errera, Estelle Gauthier, Lutz Klassen, Nicolas Le Maux, Yvan Pailler

A note on prehistoric routes on the Veluwe and near Uelzen
Jan Albert Bakker

Prof. dr. Harry Fokkens

Harry Fokkens studied Humans Geography at the Free University in Amsterdam and Prehistoric Archaeology at the State University in Groningen. He works in Leiden since 1982 and succeeded Leendert Louwe Kooijmans in the chair of European Prehistory in 2005. In the past thirty years his research focussed on the Bronze Age and Iron Age in Northwest Europe. For more then twenty years he excavated Bronze and Iron Age settlements and cemeteries around the town of Oss (Netherlands).

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Prof. dr. Annelou van Gijn

Annelou van Gijn is Professor of Material Culture Studies by special appointment at the University of Groningen and senior lecturer at Leiden University. Her research focusses on the cultural biography of artefacts which she studies using, amongst other techniques, functional analysis and experimental archaeology.

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Abstract:

Between Foraging and Farming is liber amicorum for prof. Leendert Louwe Kooijmans, former dean of the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. Neolithisation has been Louwe Kooijmans’ research field since the nineteen-sixties and that is the reason why the topic of this book is the Meso-Neo transition.

Twenty-three researchers contributed to this volume, among them colleagues from the Faculty like Corrie Bakels, Annelou van Gijn , Pieter van de Velde and Harry Fokkens, but also from other Dutch institutes like Marjorie de Grooth and Jan Albert Bakker, and colleagues from abroad like Bryony Coles, Alasdair Whittle, Richard Bradley, Peter Bogucki, Søren Andersen and Haio Zimmermann. A fitting homage for a great researcher.

Contents

Jan Hendrik Holwerda and the adoption of the three-age system in the Netherlands
Leo Verhart

The temporality of culture changes
Harry Fokkens

Timing, tempo and temporalities in the early Neolithic of southern Britain
Alex Bayliss, Alasdair Whittle, Frances Healy

The end of the beginning: changing confi gurations in the British and Irish Neolithic
Richard Bradley

The Danubian-Baltic Borderland: Northern Poland in the fifth millennium BC
Peter Bogucki

The Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Western Denmark seen from a kitchen midden perspective: a survey
Søren H. Andersen

Tracing the Neolithic in the lowlands of Belgium: the evidence from Sandy Flanders
Philippe Crombé, Joris Sergant

A southern view on north-south interaction during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in the Lower Rhine Area
Bart Vanmontfort

The foam that fl ies ahead of a wave of advance: thoughts on the early neolithisation of the Lower Rhine uplands
Pieter van de Velde

Maastricht-Vogelzang, the Netherlands, a Michelsberg site in the valley of the Meuse seen from a botanical angle
Corrie Bakels

Phosphate mapping of a Funnel Beaker Culture house from Flögeln-Eekhöltjen, district of Cuxhaven, Lower Saxony
W. Haio Zimmermann

The Schipluiden pottery: mobility, exchange and mode of production
Daan Raemaekers

Hazendonk layers over and over again
Luc Amkreutz, Leo Verhart, Milco Wansleeben

The scale of human impact at the Hazendonk, the Netherlands, during the Late Neolithic
Welmoed Out

An eagle-eyed perspective. Haliaeetus albicilla in the Mesolithic and Neolithic of the Lower Rhine Area
Luc Amkreutz, Raymond Corbey

Were beavers aware? A change of perspective on the neolithisation of Britain
Bryony Coles

Exotic fl int and the negotiation of a new identity in the ‘margins’ of the agricultural world: the case of the Rhine-Meuse delta
Annelou van Gijn

Engaging with stone: Making the Neolithic in Ireland and Western Britain
Gabriel Cooney

Points of contact. Refl ections on Bandkeramik-Mesolithic interactions west of the Rhine
Marjorie de Grooth

On the Production of Discoidal Flint Knives and Changing Patterns of Specialist Flint Procurement in the Neolithic on the South Downs, England
Julie Gardiner

Upper Largie and Dutch-Scottish connections during the Beaker period
Alison Sheridan

Neolithic Alpine axeheads, from the Continent to Great Britain, the Isle of Man
and Ireland
Pierre Pétrequin, Alison Sheridan, Serge Cassen, Michel Errera, Estelle Gauthier, Lutz Klassen, Nicolas Le Maux, Yvan Pailler

A note on prehistoric routes on the Veluwe and near Uelzen
Jan Albert Bakker

Prof. dr. Harry Fokkens

Harry Fokkens studied Humans Geography at the Free University in Amsterdam and Prehistoric Archaeology at the State University in Groningen. He works in Leiden since 1982 and succeeded Leendert Louwe Kooijmans in the chair of European Prehistory in 2005. In the past thirty years his research focussed on the Bronze Age and Iron Age in Northwest Europe. For more then twenty years he excavated Bronze and Iron Age settlements and cemeteries around the town of Oss (Netherlands).

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Prof. dr. Annelou van Gijn

Annelou van Gijn is Professor of Material Culture Studies by special appointment at the University of Groningen and senior lecturer at Leiden University. Her research focusses on the cultural biography of artefacts which she studies using, amongst other techniques, functional analysis and experimental archaeology.

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