Examines maritime relationships between the Netherlands and the Scandinavian countries.
This volume focuses on J.H. Insinger (1854/1918) as a collector of Ancient Egyptian art and maecenas of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities.
This work presents a reflexive mixed methods study of young adults' experiences of solo time in the wilderness and the impact on these individuals' attitudes and values in the face of global change.
This multi-disciplinary book is the first to investigate the significance of Kiribati coconut fibre armour and explore the histories surrounding its presence in UK museum collections.
A group of multi-roomed mastabas in the Unas Cemetery at Saqqara form the basis for a study of tomb architecture in the late Old Kingdom that takes a close look at masonry, doorways and the arrangement of rooms.
This volume consists of various studies on the use of methods such as LiDAR (light detection and ranging), archaeological prospection, visibility, mobility and the analysis of the spatial distribution of archaeological objects, applied in various contexts.
An integrated study of the character, context and dating of the social practices forming the Beaker phenomenon in Ireland within their wider northwest European context.
Based on 'hard' data obtained from chemical microanalyses of touchstones, this book offers original conclusions regarding the spiritual life of ancient populations
Since long, footwear has been neglected, but the Ancient Egyptian Footwear Project (AEFP), which started 10 years ago, filled in this gap in the knowledge on day-to-day ancient Egypt by studying the archaeological record as well as the imagery and textual evidence.
This book describes the history, context and results of the Dutch excavations at Tell Deir Alla in Jordan (1960-1967).
This research outlines the development of a systematic, non-destructive method for... Læs mere
This is the first major study of indigenous Caribbean figure pendants, an artistic genre of small carvings of spirit beings worn on the body.