Interdisciplinarity between Humanities and Science

A Festschrift in honour of Prof. Dr. Henk Kars

Edited by Sjoerd Kluiving, Lisette Kootker & Rita Hermans | 2017

Interdisciplinarity between Humanities and Science

A Festschrift in honour of Prof. Dr. Henk Kars

Edited by Sjoerd Kluiving, Lisette Kootker & Rita Hermans | 2017

ISBN: 9789088904035

Imprint: Sidestone Press | Format: 182x257mm | 184 pp. | CLUES no. 2 | Series: CLUES | Language: English | 13 illus. (bw) | 34 illus. (fc) | Category: archaeometry, bioarchaeology, geoarchaeology, organic residue studies, archaeological textiles, landscape archaeology, lithics, palaeolandscapes, isotope reseach | download cover

Henk Kars was appointed as first Chair of Archaeometry in The Netherlands in 1994. From 2002 he was full time professor at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, interim Director of CLUE, and founder and Managing Director of the Institute for Geo- and Bioarchaeology. This festschrift volume incorporates original publications in the field straddling the Sciences and Humanities produced by various former PhD-students, post-docs and colleagues.

Landscape archaeology is described in the first cultural landscapes of Europe as a mysterious outcome, while the historical record of surface water flow of the central Netherlands is reviewed. The south-western Netherlands are historically analysed since military inundations during the Eighty Year’s War. The palaeolandscapes of the eastern Netherlands are reconstructed to locate the origins of the river Linge. The long time scale is considered in a 220.000 year overview of landscape development and habitation history in Flevoland.

Bioarchaeology is represented in a review of the current state of isotope research in The Netherlands and a correlation between bio- and geochemistry meets an analysis of organic residues in copper corrosion products. Archaeometry reveals the colour of Dutch archaeological textures. The relevance of a quartzite Neolithic axe found near to Huizen, The Netherlands is described.

CLUES is an international scientific series covering research in the field of culture, history and heritage which have been written by, or were performed under the supervision of members of the research institute CLUE+.

This publication is part of the CLUES series


Interdisciplinary collaboration between the Humanities and Sciences. Fifteen years of Geo- and Bioarchaeology teaching and research at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
S.J. Kluiving, L.M. Kootker& R.A.E. Hermans

The first cultural landscapes of Europe: A true enigma
J.C.A Kolen & B. Oosterwijk

The Wet Heart of the Netherlands
Guus J. Borger & Sjoerd J. Kluiving

Bones, teeth and invisible tracers. The current state of human bioarchaeological isotope geochemistry research in The Netherlands
L.M. Kootker & G.R. Davies

On the ‘Quartzite Palaeolithic’ of the Naarder Eng (Huizen, the Netherlands). Relevance of a quartzite Neolithic axe find
M. Langbroek

Flooded, flattened and rebuilt archaeological sites. The case of strategic inundations during the Eighty Year’s War and how the archaeology developed after reclamation of the landscape
Adriaan de Kraker

Many shades of brown. The condition and colour of Dutch archaeological textiles from dryland sandy soils, bogs, and the sea
Ineke Joosten & Maarten R. van Bomme

Carbon and nitrogen isotopic variation in bone collagen within the human skeleton
Els Dauven, Caroline Montrieux, Lauren O’Boyle, Peter Ditchfield & A. Mark Pollard

Landscape and hominin habitation history of Flevoland (central Netherlands)
D.F.A.M. van den Biggelaar, S.J. Kluiving, R.T. van Bal & C. Kasse

Reconstructing palaeolandscapes in the eastern Rhine-Meuse delta (The Netherlands). Finding the starting point of the Linge channel?
J.G.M. Verhagen, F. van Hemmen, J.R. Mulder & S.J. Kluiving

Where bio- and geochemistry meet. Organic residues in copper corrosion products?
K. Merriman, P. Ditchfield, D. Goodburn-Brown & A.M. Pollard

Abstract:

Henk Kars was appointed as first Chair of Archaeometry in The Netherlands in 1994. From 2002 he was full time professor at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, interim Director of CLUE, and founder and Managing Director of the Institute for Geo- and Bioarchaeology. This festschrift volume incorporates original publications in the field straddling the Sciences and Humanities produced by various former PhD-students, post-docs and colleagues.

Landscape archaeology is described in the first cultural landscapes of Europe as a mysterious outcome, while the historical record of surface water flow of the central Netherlands is reviewed. The south-western Netherlands are historically analysed since military inundations during the Eighty Year’s War. The palaeolandscapes of the eastern Netherlands are reconstructed to locate the origins of the river Linge. The long time scale is considered in a 220.000 year overview of landscape development and habitation history in Flevoland.

Bioarchaeology is represented in a review of the current state of isotope research in The Netherlands and a correlation between bio- and geochemistry meets an analysis of organic residues in copper corrosion products. Archaeometry reveals the colour of Dutch archaeological textures. The relevance of a quartzite Neolithic axe found near to Huizen, The Netherlands is described.

CLUES is an international scientific series covering research in the field of culture, history and heritage which have been written by, or were performed under the supervision of members of the research institute CLUE+.

This publication is part of the CLUES series


Contents

Interdisciplinary collaboration between the Humanities and Sciences. Fifteen years of Geo- and Bioarchaeology teaching and research at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
S.J. Kluiving, L.M. Kootker& R.A.E. Hermans

The first cultural landscapes of Europe: A true enigma
J.C.A Kolen & B. Oosterwijk

The Wet Heart of the Netherlands
Guus J. Borger & Sjoerd J. Kluiving

Bones, teeth and invisible tracers. The current state of human bioarchaeological isotope geochemistry research in The Netherlands
L.M. Kootker & G.R. Davies

On the ‘Quartzite Palaeolithic’ of the Naarder Eng (Huizen, the Netherlands). Relevance of a quartzite Neolithic axe find
M. Langbroek

Flooded, flattened and rebuilt archaeological sites. The case of strategic inundations during the Eighty Year’s War and how the archaeology developed after reclamation of the landscape
Adriaan de Kraker

Many shades of brown. The condition and colour of Dutch archaeological textiles from dryland sandy soils, bogs, and the sea
Ineke Joosten & Maarten R. van Bomme

Carbon and nitrogen isotopic variation in bone collagen within the human skeleton
Els Dauven, Caroline Montrieux, Lauren O’Boyle, Peter Ditchfield & A. Mark Pollard

Landscape and hominin habitation history of Flevoland (central Netherlands)
D.F.A.M. van den Biggelaar, S.J. Kluiving, R.T. van Bal & C. Kasse

Reconstructing palaeolandscapes in the eastern Rhine-Meuse delta (The Netherlands). Finding the starting point of the Linge channel?
J.G.M. Verhagen, F. van Hemmen, J.R. Mulder & S.J. Kluiving

Where bio- and geochemistry meet. Organic residues in copper corrosion products?
K. Merriman, P. Ditchfield, D. Goodburn-Brown & A.M. Pollard









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