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Geschiedenis van Pesse 1 en 2

Geschiedenis van Pesse 1 en 2

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Author: Geert Mulder, Reinder Reinders & Tjalling Waterbolk

Publication year: 2021

Wij zijn druk bezig met de voorbereidingen van het boek Geschiedenis van Pesse. Deel 1 gaat over het landschap in de marke en het archeologisch onderzoek, vanaf de ‘kano van Pesse’ uit de Midden-Steentijd tot de kapel van Bultinge uit de Middeleeuwen. Deel 2 geeft een historisch overzicht vanaf de eerste schriftelijke vermelding van Pesse uit 1141 tot de scheiding van de marke in 1843. Geschiedenis van Pesse zal naar verwachting begin 2021 verschijnen. U kunt dit tweedelige boek nu bestellen!

When the Shore becomes the Sea

When the Shore becomes the Sea

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Author: Yftinus van Popta

ISBN-13: 9789493194175

Publication year: 2020

Available on 23 December 2020. Can be ordered now.

For centuries, the Dutch landscape and her inhabitants have been connected to the water, sometimes lovingly, sometimes full of fear and often with awe. This is also reflected in the theme of this doctoral research: late medieval storm surges of the Zuiderzee on the one hand caused the loss of land and settlements in the heart of the Netherlands, while on the other hand these floods created new maritime trade routes that would eventually bring great wealth. The current research focuses more specifically on reconstructing (the development of) the landscape and habitation in the northeastern part of the Zuiderzee (the current Noordoostpolder) between approximately 1100 and 1400 AD. The research shows that in less than 500 years the research area transformed from unexplored and uninhabited peat areas with lakes into open sea, removing virtually all remnants of land reclamation, cultivation and habitation.

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Overpeinzingen op een vuilnisbelt

Overpeinzingen op een vuilnisbelt

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Author: V.T. van Vilsteren, J.R. Beuker, P.W. van den Broeke, E.M Theunissen (eds.)

ISBN-13: 9789493194038

Publication year: 2020

Bij zijn afscheid brengen maar liefst 25 collega’s uit het hele land een meer dan terechte hommage aan Wijnand. Met de keur aan artikelen in dit liber amicorum met de titel Overpeinzingen op een vuilnisbelt spreken zijn archeologische vakbroeders en -zusters hun grote waardering voor Wijnand uit.

Archaeobotanical studies of past plant cultivation in northern Europe

Archaeobotanical studies of past plant cultivation in northern Europe

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Author: Santeri Vanhanen & Per Lagerĺs (eds.)

ISBN-13: 9789493194113

Publication year: 2020

This book presents recent advances in North-European archaeobotany. It focuses on plant cultivation and brings together studies from different countries and research environments, both at universities and within contract archaeology.

Slaves and Masters in the Ancient Novel

Slaves and Masters in the Ancient Novel

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Author: Stelios Panayotakis & Michael Paschalis (Eds.)

ISBN-13: 9789492444196

Publication year: 2019

The present volume contains revised versions of most of the papers that were delivered at RICAN 7, which was held in Rethymnon, Crete, on 27-28 May 2013. The focus of the conference was on the portrayal and function of male and female slaves and their masters/mistresses in the ancient novel and related texts; the complex relationship between these social categories raises questions about slavery and freedom, gender and identity, stability of the self and social mobility, social control and social death.

Hunnic Peoples in Central and South Asia

Hunnic Peoples in Central and South Asia

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Author: Dániel Balogh (Ed.)

ISBN-13: 9789493194014

Publication year: 2020

This volume is a comprehensive compilation of primary textual sources pertaining to the history of Hunnic peoples in the vast area encompassing Central and South Asia. Sources in nearly a dozen languages have been carefully selected by scholars with a specialisation in the particular language and relevant research experience.

Ezinge Revisited - The Ancient Roots of a Terp Settlement

Ezinge Revisited - The Ancient Roots of a Terp Settlement

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Author: Annet Nieuwhof

ISBN-13: 9789493194090

Publication year: 2020

The excavations at Ezinge between 1923 and 1934 are among the most famous excavations in the history of Dutch archaeology. The analysis and publication of the excavation results has been resumed in 2011, now with the aid of databases and handmade local pottery as a fine dating instrument. This first volume describes the excavation itself, the salt marsh landscape that formed the natural environment of the terp settlements before embankment was undertaken in the Middle Ages, and the way the inhabitants made a living in this extreme natural environment. A major part of this volume is occupied by a catalogue of excavation plans with the accompanying finds and finds descriptions. 

The Excavations at Wijnaldum

The Excavations at Wijnaldum

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Author: Annet Nieuwhof (ed.)

ISBN-13: 9789493194106

Publication year: 2020

The first results and an overview of the habitation phases of Wijnaldum were published in 1999, in Volume 1 of The Excavations at Wijnaldum. The ceramic assemblage, and its consequences for the habitation history of Wijnaldum, are the main subjects of this second volume of The Excavations at Wijnaldum.

The Alkhan

The Alkhan

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Author: Hans T. Bakker

ISBN-13: 9789493194007

Publication year: 2020

This book is the first fascicle in a series that is designed as a reader's Companion to a Sourcebook that presents all written sources with regard to Hunnic Peoples in Central and South Asia from the 4th to the 6th centuries of the Common Era.