Studies in current archaeological applications of remote sensing and non-invasive prospection methods edited by Hans Kamermans, Martin Gojda and Axel G.
Book explores the authentic in contemporary ethnographic museums, as it persists in dialogues with stakeholders, and in the way museums portray themselves.
An increasing proportion of the Archaeology books are now available as an e-book. The library has in recent years purchased packages of e–books, including Springer , Oxford UP, Cambridge UP, Brill and Brepols. Since this summer we also order individual e-books via EBL platform at increasingly reasonable prices. For Archaeology, currently thousands of e-book titles are available
The Late Neolithic period in Upper Mesopotamia is hot.
In this second book of the series " Merovingian Archaeology in the Low Countries" the results of the analyses of the cemetery of Posterholt are are published. The cemetery was studied by M. de Haas MA and prof. dr. F. Theuws. The cemetry of Posterholt is one of a series of interesting cemeteries in the central part of the province of Limburg where in Carolingian times a number of minsters appear.
Studies in Early Near Eastern Production, Subsistence, and Environment, vol.16. Edited by Noriyuki Shirai .
The Oxford Handbook of Caribbean Archaeology provides an overview of archaeological investigations in the insular Caribbean, understood here as the islands whose shores surround the Caribbean Sea.
Scientists, including our faculty colleague Dr. Mike Field , studying an exceptionally well-preserved woolly rhinoceros have revealed details of what Britain's environment was like 42,000 years ago. The beast's remains were discovered in Staffordshire in 2002, buried alongside other preserved organisms such as beetles and non-biting midges.
On 10 January 2013 graduated Quentin Bourgeois (Cum Laude) with his thesis on the origin of barrow landscapes. Side Stone Press published his dissertation "Monuments on the horizon. The formation of the barrow landscape throughout the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC."
Newly published: ‘Background to Beakers’; inquiries into regional cultural backgrounds of the Bell Beaker Complex. Harry Fokkens / Franco Nicolis (eds.).
"Ostia Speaks: Inscriptions, buildings and spaces in Rome's main port" by Dr. L.B. van der Meer provides a brief introduction to the material history of Ostia, Rome's harbour town from 300 BC until ca AD 600, before centring on about one hundred Latin as well as some Greek inscriptions, some of which are previously unpublished.
"Amotopoan Trails: A recent archaeology of Trio movements" by J.L.J.A. Mans explores the concept of mobility for the archaeology of the Amazonian and Caribbean region.
"The Merovingian cemetery of Bergeijk-Fazantlaan" by prof. dr. Frans Theuws and Martine van Haperen MA is a publication of the ANASTASIS project, in the context of the Odyssee-programme.
"The Complete Archaeology of Greece: from Hunter-Gatherers to the 20th Century A.D." by prof.dr. John Bintliff covers the story of Greece and its central role in our understanding of European civilization, from the Palaeolithic era (400,000 BP) to the early modern period (1950 AD).
C.R. Hermans (2012). Facsimile-editie van Noordbrabants Oudheden aangevuld met enkele Archeologische Mengelwerken.
D. Fontijn, Quentin Bourgeois & Arjan Louwen (eds) (2012). This publication describes the history of “barrow landscape” near Echoput in Apeldoorn. Two burial mounds were examined and it became clear that our prehistoric predecessors carefully managed and maintained the open area for a long time, before it was transformed into a funerary site.
Jasper de Bruin, Guus Besuijen, Hans Siemons & Jeroen van Zoolingen (2012). De romeinse nederzetting bij het tegenwoordige Goedereede heeft waarschijnlijk een belangrijke functie gehad in de overslag en distributie van diverse goederen, waaronder keramiek en voedingsgewassen. De opgraving van deze nederzetting is nu uitgewerkt in het kader van een Odyssee-project.
The Death of Archaeological Theory, edited by John Bintliff and Mark Pearce, addresses the provocative subject of whether it is time to discount the burden of somewhat dogmatic theory and ideology that has built up over the last 25 years.
This book focuses on Etruscan private and public ritual behaviour in the last millennium BC. It is based on archaeological, epigraphical and historical sources.
The fourth conference of Isis Studies was organised by Liège college and has now been published by Laurent Bricault and Miguel John Versluys.