The End Of Our Fifth Decade

Edited by Corrie Bakels & Hans Kamermans | 2012

The End Of Our Fifth Decade

Edited by Corrie Bakels & Hans Kamermans | 2012

ISBN: 9789081810913

Imprint: Distributed Title - Published by the Modderman Stichting / Faculty of Archaeology - Leiden University | Format: 210x265mm | 386 pp. | Series: Analecta | Language: English | 79 illus. (bw) | 155 illus. (fc) | Category: world archaeology | download cover

Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 43/44

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    ISBN: 9789081810913

    Imprint: Distributed Title - Published by the Modderman Stichting / Faculty of Archaeology - Leiden University | Format: 210x265mm | 386 pp. | Series: Analecta | Language: English | 79 illus. (bw) | 155 illus. (fc) | Category: world archaeology | download cover

    Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 43/44

In 2012 it was 50 years ago that the initial independent core of the Faculty of Archaeology was founded. On the occasion of this 50th anniversary the Board of the Faculty of Archaeology has asked the editors of the Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia to produce a special volume of Analecta and open its pages not only for Prehistoric research but to all Archaeological disciplines. The editors invited the permanent staff of the Faculty to provide a contribution. The End Of Our Fifth Decade is the result.

The subjects offered are very diverse and provide the reader with a written ‘Tableau de la troupe’, as it was intended to be. The first contributions are about the present. They deal with the problem of preserving archaeology in situ, the evaluation of twenty years of the Malta convention and the current variety of approaches in archaeology. However the rest of the book is about the past. This volume is organised in such a way that you go back in time and as good archaeologists we start from the top and dig our way into the past. The part about the past starts in the 17th century AD in the Caribbean and end with research on a 300 000 years old site from Germany.

Problems with preservation in situ
Willem J.H. Willems

Twenty years after Malta: archaeological heritage as a source of collective memory and scientifi c study anno 2012
Monique van den Dries, Sjoerd van der Linde

The internationalization of archaeological discourse?
John Bintliff

A short history of archaeological research in the Lesser Antillean archipelago
Arie Boomert

Indigenous religious traditions in Central Nicaragua: ethnohistorical documentation for an unknown archaeological record
Laura N.K. Van Broekhoven, Alexander Geurds

Caribbean encounters: rescue excavations at the early colonial Island Carib site of Argyle, St. Vincent, Corinne L. Hofman, Menno L.P. Hoogland

The ancient Mexican Books of Time: interpretative developments and prospects
Maarten E.R.G.N. Jansen

Structuring the landscape in Iron Age and Roman period (500 BC – AD 250): the Multi-period site Oss-Horzak
Richard Jansen, Stijn van As

Investigating imperial space on the Palatine Hill in Rome: preliminary results of the Domus Flavia 2012 research campaign
Natascha Sojc, Léon J. Coret, Lisa C. Götz

Decoration and ideology in Nero’s Domus Aurea in Rome
Paul G.P. Meyboom, Eric M. Moormann

Connectivity in the south-western part of the Netherlands during the Roman period (AD 0-350)
Jasper de Bruin

Archaeobotanical evidence of the fungus Covered smut (Ustilago hordei) in Jordan and Egypt 159
René T.J. Cappers et. al.

Adonis: a Greek ritual and myth in the Etruscan world
L. Bouke van der Meer

Avoiding crop failure in the Iron Age: maslins and emergency crops on the loess soils of western continental Europe, with a special note on oat (Avena sativa) and foxtail millet (Setaria italica)
Corrie Bakels

Hallstatt burials of Oss in context
Harry Fokkens et. al.

Decorated and ‘killed’? The bronze sword of Werkhoven
David Fontijn, Liesbeth Theunissen, Bertil van Os, Luc Amkreutz

Master and apprentice? A short note on wall construction in Ancient Syria
Diederik J.W. Meijer

The materiality and social value of amber objects during the Middle Jomon in Japan
Ilona R. Bausch

Workshop sites in a Neolithic quarry landscape (Geul valley, southern Limburg, the Netherlands)
Alexander Verpoorte

The archaeological practice of discovering Stone Age sites
Milco Wansleeben, Walter Laan

A causewayed enclosure near Ermelo?
Hans Kamermans, Joanne Mol, Eric Dullaart, Miranda de Kreek

New perspectives for microwear analysis
Annelou van Gijn

Radiocarbon and fossil bones: what’s in a date
Hans van der Plicht

Chronology of the Dutch Neolithic Bandkeramik Culture: a new attempt
Pieter van de Velde

Burning down the house: the burnt building V6 at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria
Peter M.M.G. Akkermans et. al.

The trouble with stratigraphy: case studies from the Near East
Bleda S. Düring

Stable isotopes of Upper Weichselian land snails from Lakitelek (Hungary): a contribution to understanding the climatic context of the Upper Palaeolithic of the Hungarian basin
Alexander Verpoorte et. al.

Confi rmation of the presence of Cucubalus baccifer L. (Caryophyllaceae) in the British Pleistocene
Michael H. Field

Beyond ’15 minutes’: revisiting the late Middle Pleistocene archaeological record of Maastricht-Belvédère (The Netherlands)
Dimitri De Loecker, Wil Roebroeks

Schöningen: the history and results of 20 years archaeozoological research
Thijs van Kolfschoten

Dr. Hans Kamermans

Hans Kamermans is associate professor at the Faculty of Archaeology at Leiden University. He studied ecological prehistory and physical geography in Amsterdam and wrote his PhD thesis on the use of land evaluation in archaeology. In Leiden he teaches archaeological methods and techniques and various courses in computer applications in archaeology.

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Prof. dr. Corrie Bakels

Prof. Dr. Corrie Bakels has held the chair in palaeoeconomy at Leiden University, the Netherlands, since 1988. Her specialisations are prehistoric and early historic agriculture, archaeobotany and vegetation history. She graduated in 1978 on an analysis of early farming societies in the Netherlands and Bavaria, Germany. Since then she has participated in many archaeological projects in Western Continental Europe. A synthesis of her work on the agrarian history of the Western European loess belt, 5300 BC – AD 1000 has appeared in 2009.

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Abstract:

In 2012 it was 50 years ago that the initial independent core of the Faculty of Archaeology was founded. On the occasion of this 50th anniversary the Board of the Faculty of Archaeology has asked the editors of the Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia to produce a special volume of Analecta and open its pages not only for Prehistoric research but to all Archaeological disciplines. The editors invited the permanent staff of the Faculty to provide a contribution. The End Of Our Fifth Decade is the result.

The subjects offered are very diverse and provide the reader with a written ‘Tableau de la troupe’, as it was intended to be. The first contributions are about the present. They deal with the problem of preserving archaeology in situ, the evaluation of twenty years of the Malta convention and the current variety of approaches in archaeology. However the rest of the book is about the past. This volume is organised in such a way that you go back in time and as good archaeologists we start from the top and dig our way into the past. The part about the past starts in the 17th century AD in the Caribbean and end with research on a 300 000 years old site from Germany.

Contents

Problems with preservation in situ
Willem J.H. Willems

Twenty years after Malta: archaeological heritage as a source of collective memory and scientifi c study anno 2012
Monique van den Dries, Sjoerd van der Linde

The internationalization of archaeological discourse?
John Bintliff

A short history of archaeological research in the Lesser Antillean archipelago
Arie Boomert

Indigenous religious traditions in Central Nicaragua: ethnohistorical documentation for an unknown archaeological record
Laura N.K. Van Broekhoven, Alexander Geurds

Caribbean encounters: rescue excavations at the early colonial Island Carib site of Argyle, St. Vincent, Corinne L. Hofman, Menno L.P. Hoogland

The ancient Mexican Books of Time: interpretative developments and prospects
Maarten E.R.G.N. Jansen

Structuring the landscape in Iron Age and Roman period (500 BC – AD 250): the Multi-period site Oss-Horzak
Richard Jansen, Stijn van As

Investigating imperial space on the Palatine Hill in Rome: preliminary results of the Domus Flavia 2012 research campaign
Natascha Sojc, Léon J. Coret, Lisa C. Götz

Decoration and ideology in Nero’s Domus Aurea in Rome
Paul G.P. Meyboom, Eric M. Moormann

Connectivity in the south-western part of the Netherlands during the Roman period (AD 0-350)
Jasper de Bruin

Archaeobotanical evidence of the fungus Covered smut (Ustilago hordei) in Jordan and Egypt 159
René T.J. Cappers et. al.

Adonis: a Greek ritual and myth in the Etruscan world
L. Bouke van der Meer

Avoiding crop failure in the Iron Age: maslins and emergency crops on the loess soils of western continental Europe, with a special note on oat (Avena sativa) and foxtail millet (Setaria italica)
Corrie Bakels

Hallstatt burials of Oss in context
Harry Fokkens et. al.

Decorated and ‘killed’? The bronze sword of Werkhoven
David Fontijn, Liesbeth Theunissen, Bertil van Os, Luc Amkreutz

Master and apprentice? A short note on wall construction in Ancient Syria
Diederik J.W. Meijer

The materiality and social value of amber objects during the Middle Jomon in Japan
Ilona R. Bausch

Workshop sites in a Neolithic quarry landscape (Geul valley, southern Limburg, the Netherlands)
Alexander Verpoorte

The archaeological practice of discovering Stone Age sites
Milco Wansleeben, Walter Laan

A causewayed enclosure near Ermelo?
Hans Kamermans, Joanne Mol, Eric Dullaart, Miranda de Kreek

New perspectives for microwear analysis
Annelou van Gijn

Radiocarbon and fossil bones: what’s in a date
Hans van der Plicht

Chronology of the Dutch Neolithic Bandkeramik Culture: a new attempt
Pieter van de Velde

Burning down the house: the burnt building V6 at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria
Peter M.M.G. Akkermans et. al.

The trouble with stratigraphy: case studies from the Near East
Bleda S. Düring

Stable isotopes of Upper Weichselian land snails from Lakitelek (Hungary): a contribution to understanding the climatic context of the Upper Palaeolithic of the Hungarian basin
Alexander Verpoorte et. al.

Confi rmation of the presence of Cucubalus baccifer L. (Caryophyllaceae) in the British Pleistocene
Michael H. Field

Beyond ’15 minutes’: revisiting the late Middle Pleistocene archaeological record of Maastricht-Belvédère (The Netherlands)
Dimitri De Loecker, Wil Roebroeks

Schöningen: the history and results of 20 years archaeozoological research
Thijs van Kolfschoten

Dr. Hans Kamermans

Hans Kamermans is associate professor at the Faculty of Archaeology at Leiden University. He studied ecological prehistory and physical geography in Amsterdam and wrote his PhD thesis on the use of land evaluation in archaeology. In Leiden he teaches archaeological methods and techniques and various courses in computer applications in archaeology.

read more

Prof. dr. Corrie Bakels

Prof. Dr. Corrie Bakels has held the chair in palaeoeconomy at Leiden University, the Netherlands, since 1988. Her specialisations are prehistoric and early historic agriculture, archaeobotany and vegetation history. She graduated in 1978 on an analysis of early farming societies in the Netherlands and Bavaria, Germany. Since then she has participated in many archaeological projects in Western Continental Europe. A synthesis of her work on the agrarian history of the Western European loess belt, 5300 BC – AD 1000 has appeared in 2009.

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