9 search results for “palaeobotany” in the Public website
The Early Neolithic I settlement at Sesklo
An early farming community in Thessaly, Greece.
Die Neolithische Besiedlung bei Hienheim, Ldkr. KelHeim
Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia is the annual journal of the Faculty of Archaeology (formerly the Institute of Prehistory), Leiden University.
Prehistoric settlement patterns around the southern North Sea
Papers presented at a colloquium, held in honour of Professor Dr. P.J.R. Modderman, Leiden, 3-7 May 1982.
On bandkeramik social structure
An analysis of pot decoration and hut distributions from the Central European Neolithic communities of Elsloo and Hienheim.
Four Linearbankkeramik Settlements and their Environment
A Paleoecological Study of Sittard, Stein, Elsloo and Hienheim
Tell Hammam (Syria)
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Archaeology alumna Oda Nuij wins Florschütz Thesis Award
Annually, the Dutch Palynologische Kring invites nominations for the Florschütz Award for best MSc thesis in Palynology and Palaeobotany. This year, the thesis of Archaeology alumna Oda Nuij was deemed to be the best one. Oda was surprised to hear she won, since she was not sure that the thesis would…
Tell Sabi Abyad (Syria)
Leiden University and the Netherlands National Museum of Antiquities (Rijksmuseum van Oudheden) are jointly involved in the intensive archaeological exploration of Northern Syria, by means of field surveys and large-scale excavations at a number of archaeological sites in the Balikh basin: the Tell…
Mike Field to head the Bioarchaeology Labs
Dr Mike Field is the newly appointed Head of the Bioarchaeology Laboratories (Zoology, Human Osteology, and Botany). The new laboratories provide members of the Faculty with a first class infrastructure. “I see the laboratories as available for everyone to use.”