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The splendour of power

The splendour of power

Book

Author: J.A.W. Nicolay

ISBN-13: 9789491431746

Publication year: 2014

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From the 5th to the 7th century AD, the southern North Sea area functioned as an important cultural and  political bridge, linking two power blocks: the late Roman Empire and its Frankish successor kingdom to the south, and the Scandinavian kingdoms to the north. This book examines how the region's intermediary position is reflected in the jewellery and other ornaments of gold and silver found along the southern North Sea coasts, and how it relates to the formation of kingdoms and the expression of group identity after the collapse of the West-Roman Empire.

Valuable Flints

Valuable Flints

Book

Author: Bjørn Ivar Smit

ISBN-13: 9789077922682

Publication year: 2010

This book addresses the problems concerning the research of Stone Age surface scatters in the Northern Netherlands (provinces of Groningen, Drenthe and Friesland). Research methods are presented which can be used to assess these scatters within the realm of archaeological heritage management and suggestions are made with regard to knowledge hiatus and future research opportunities.

Veranderend verleden

Veranderend verleden

Book

Author: Harm Tjalling Waterbolk

ISBN-13: 9789492444950

Publication year: 2019

In Veranderend verleden. Mijn zoektocht naar structuur in onze voorgeschiedenis schetst de auteur in opeenvolgende hoofdstukken zijn jeugd in het landelijke Havelte, zijn studie biologie aan de RUG, de ‘overstap' naar de archeologie, zijn uitdijende werkveld gedurende zijn jaren als hoogleraar en ten slotte zijn werkzaamheden tijdens de meer dan drie decennia na zijn pensionering.

When the Shore becomes the Sea

When the Shore becomes the Sea

Book

Author: Yftinus van Popta

ISBN-13: 9789493194175

Publication year: 2020

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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