Excerpta archaeologica leidensia

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This volume is a collection of papers written by staff members of the Faculty of Archaeology and presents a good overview in time and space of the kind of research the Institute in Leiden is doing. The time periods vary from the Palaeolithic to the present day, and geographically the studies are spread from South Africa to Europe. Table of contents: The stable isotopes 13C and 15N in faunal bone of the Middle Pleistocene site Schöningen (Germany): statistical modeling Juliette Funck, Thijs van Kolfschoten, Hans van der Plicht 'Trapping the past'? Hunting for remote capture techniques and planned coastal exploitation during MIS 5 at Blombos Cave and Klasies River, South Africa Gerrit L. Dusseldorp, Geeske H.J. Langejans A Late Neolithic Single Grave Culture burial from Twello (central Netherlands): environmental setting, burial ritual and contextualisation Lucas Meurkens, Roy van Beek, Marieke Doorenbosch, Harry Fokkens, Eckhart Heunks, Cynthianne Debono Spiteri, Sebastiaan Knippenberg, Els Meirsman, Erica van Hees, Annemieke Verbaas The Agro Pontino region, refuge after the Early Bronze Age Avellino eruption of Mount Vesuvius, Italy? Corrie Bakels, Jan Sevink, Wim Kuijper, Hans Kamermans 'Set in Stone'? Technical, socio-economic and symbolic considerations in the construction of the Cyclopean-style walls of the Late Bronze Age Citadel at Tiryns, Greece Ann Brysbaert 'Set in stone'? Constructed symbolism viewed through an architectural nergetics' lens at Bronze Age Tiryns, Greece Ann Brysbaert Ostia's visual connection to Rome L. Bouke van der Meer One day on the streets of Camelon: discarded shoes from a Roman fort Mareille Arkesteijn, Carol van Driel-Murray Clearance for a medieval curtis, Black Death and buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench): vegetation history of the area around the confluence of the rivers Swalm and Meuse, the Netherlands, AD 800-1900 Corrie Bakels, Marijke Langeveld, Iris van Tulder Malaise and mosquitos: osteoarchaeological evidence for malaria in the Medieval Netherlands Rachel Schats Shipwrecks in Dutch Waters with Botanical Cargo or Victuals Martijn Manders, Wim Kuijper 'A day in the Life' - Cannerberg (the Netherlands), August 2nd 5045 calBC Luc Amkreutz, Ivo van Wijk Uncovering Roman fort Matilo in Leiden, 70-250 AD Jasper de Bruin A pearl necklace: the Lower German Limes World Heritage nomination Willem Willems (†), Erik Graafstal, Tamar Leene HERCULES: studying long-term changes in Europe's landscapes Jan Kolen, Carole Crumley, Gert Jan Burgers, Kim von Hackwitz, Peter Howard, Krista Karro, Maurice de Kleijn, Daniel Löwenborg, Niels van Manen, Hannes Palang, Tobias Plieninger, Anu Printsmann, Hans Renes, Henk Scholten, Paul Sinclair, Martti Veldi, Philip Verhagen Exploring archaeology's social values for present day society Monique van den Dries, Krijn Boom, Sjoerd van der Linde
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SeriesAnalecta Praehistorica Leidensia
PublisherSidestone Press
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