Education & Research Staff Member
Annemieke Verbaas studied Archaeology in Leiden and finished her master thesis on the methodology of use wear analysis of non-flaked stone tools and a use wear analysis of the non flaked stone tools of Geleen Janskamperveld in 2005. After that she worked as a flint, stone and use-wear analyst in commercial archeology in the Laboratory for Artefact Studies. Here she analyzed flint and stone artefacts from Dutch prehistory and some bone artefacts from Roman and Medieval period. Besides her work in commercial archeology she assisted students in the Laboratory for Artefact studies with the analysis of their materials and teaches practical courses.
At present Annemieke Verbaas works as a teaching assistant in the Laboratory for Artefact Studies. She helps students with their practical work on the analysis of typological, technological and use-wear analysis of archaeological artefacts. She also teaches practical courses and helps students with the organization and execution of archaeological experiments.
Besides her work for the Laboratory for artifact studies she works for the ‘Stichting LAB’ a foundation that provides in archeo-specialistic analysis for commercial parties and the Leiden University. Here she works as a stone and flint specialist and use-wear analyst.
- (vuur)steen specialist en gebruikssporenanalist