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Peter Akkermans

Professor Near Eastern Archaeology

Name
Prof.dr. P.M.M.G. Akkermans
Telephone
+31 71 527 2391
E-mail
p.m.m.g.akkermans@arch.leidenuniv.nl

Peter Akkermans is Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at Leiden University.  

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Peter Akkermans is Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at Leiden University.  

Curriculum vitae

Dr. Peter M.M.G. Akkermans (Hulsberg, The Netherlands, 1957) studied Prehistory and Archaeology of Western Asia at the University of Amsterdam, where he also completed (cum laude) his PhD on Neolithic settlement in Syria. From 1990 until 2009 he was Curator of the Dept. of the Ancient Near East in the Netherlands National Museum of Antiquities, in combination with an Extraordinary Professorship of Near Eastern Prehistory at Leiden University. Since 2010 Akkermans is Full Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at Leiden University.

For several years he was Chair of both the Near Eastern and Classical-Mediterranean sections and he served as Vice-Dean and Chair of Education of the Faculty of Archaeology from August 2012 until January 2016.

Tell Sabid Abyad 

Akkermans has been intensively involved in archaeological field projects in Germany, Bulgaria, Turkey, Syria and Jordan for over 30 years. He is director of one of the largest archaeological research projects in the Middle East: the Tell Sabi Abyad Project in Syria (until the start of the civil war). This extensive, interdisciplinary project includes surface survey and large-scale excavation at a number of archaeological sites in Northern Syria.

The Archaeology of Syria

Together with Glenn M. Schwartz (The Johns Hopkins University, USA), he published The Archaeology of Syria (Cambridge University Press, 2003), the first book to present a comprehensive review of the archaeology of Syria from the end of the Palaeolithic period to ca. 300 BC.

Jebel Qurma

Since 2012 Akkermans is director of the Jebel Qurma Archaeological Landscape Project, with extensive yearly fieldwork in the basalt desert in North-Eastern Jordan. An important spin-off of the research in the Jebel Qurma region is the Landscapes of Survival Project, co-directed by Dr. Ahmad Al-Jallad and funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). This multidisciplinary research programme aims to bring rich, new datasets from the Jebel Qurma region (settlements, burials, rock-art, inscriptions) in a single interpretive framework, which has not been done before. It focuses on the social, political, economic and ideological strategies which allowed the local peoples to successfully exploit their inherently marginal landscapes between the Hellenistic and early Islamic periods.

The programme investigates pastoralist lifeways and the treatment of the dead in the desert, the role of rock-art in signing the landscape, and the implications of widespread literacy among the local desert peoples.

Professor Near Eastern Archaeology

  • Faculteit Archeologie
  • World Archaeology
  • Near Eastern

Work address

Van Steenis
Einsteinweg 2
2333 CC Leiden
Room number B1.18

Contact

  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Huigens H.O. (2018), Long-Term Settlement Trends in Jordan’s Northeastern Badia:The Jabal Qurma Archaeological Landscape Project, Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 59: 503-515.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2018), Nalatenschap van de Witte Jongen. In: Ter Keurs P., Wirtz W. (Eds.) Rijksmuseum van Oudheden Leiden – Een geschiedenis van 200 jaar. Zwolle: Waanders. 503-515.book chapter
  • Rawashdeh S. (23 October 2017), Dutch scholar researches ‘entire history’ of basalt desert in Jordan.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Bartl K. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2016), Khirbat al-ʿUmari: The Rediscovery of an Early Islamic Site South of Azraq, Zeitschrift für Orient-Archäologie 9: 200-221.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Brüning M.L. (2017), Nothing But Cold Ashes? The Burial Cairns of Jebel Qurma, North-Eastern Jordan, Near Eastern Archaeology 80: 132-139.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Brüning M.L. (2017), Nothing but Cold Ashes? The Cairn Burials of Jebel Qurma, Northeastern Jordan, Near Eastern Archaeology 80(2): 132-139.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2017), Tell Sabi Abyad (Raqqa). In: Kanjou Y., Tsuneki A. (Eds.) Syria in One Hundred Sites. Damascus: Assalihani. 73-76.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2016), Jabal Qurma Archaeological Landscape Project, American Journal of Archaeology 120: 633-634.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans & P.M.M.G. (2016), Tell Sabi Abyad (Raqqa). In: Kanjou Y., Tsuneki A. (Eds.) A History of Syria in One Hundred Sites. Oxford: Archaeopress Publishing Ltd.. 65-68.book chapter
  • Nieuwenhuyse O., Akkermans P.M.M.G., Plicht J. van der, Russell A. & Kaneda A. (2016), The 8.2 Event in Upper Mesopotamia - Climate and Cultural Change. In: Biehl P.F., Nieuwenhuyse O. (Eds.) Climate and Cultural Change in Prehistoric Europe and the Near East. New York: State University of New York Press. 67-93.book chapter
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Salque M., Evershed R.P., Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Russell A. (2015), Tracing Pottery Use and the Emergence of Secondary Product Exploitation through Lipid Residue Analysis at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad (Syria), JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE 64: 54-66.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Plicht J. van der, Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Russell A. & Kaneda A. (2015), Cultural Transformation and the 8.2 ka Event in Upper Mesopotamia. In: Kerner, S., Dann, R.I., Bansgaard, P. (Eds.) Climate and Ancient Society. Copenhagen: University of Copenhagen Museum Tusculanum Press. 97-112.book chapter
  • Düring, B.S., Visser, E., Akkermans & P.M.M.G. (2015), Levant, 47: 30-50.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2015), Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria Papers on Archaeology from The Leiden Museum of Antiquities no. 11. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers.book
  • Düring B.S., Visser E. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2015), Skeletons in the Fortress: The Late Bronze Age Burials of Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria., Levant 47: 30-50.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (11 November 2014), Bedreigd erfgoed in Syrie for De Kennis van Nu(NPO Radio) [interview].
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (11 November 2014), Vernieling in Syrië en Irak “het archeologisch paradijs”.. Interviewed by Karin van den Boogaert for De Kennis van Nu(NTR radio 5) [interview].
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (27 March 2014), 'Geweren maken de dienst uit'. Wetenschappers in conflict gebieden. Interviewed by VINCENT BONGERS EN BART BRAUN for Leids Universitair Weekblad Mare [interview].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (13 March 2014), Rebels Loot Syrian Archeological Warehouses Interviewed by ANINGTIAS JATMIKA for Tempo.co: International [interview].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (12 March 2014), Archaeological Storehouses Looted in Syria Interviewed by Megan Gannon for LiveScience: history [interview].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (11 March 2014), Artifact Storage in Syria Reportedly Plundered Interviewed by for Archaeology: NEWS [interview].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Huigens H.O. & Brüning M.L. (2014), A landscape of preservation: late prehistoric settlement and sequence in the Jebel Qurma region, north-eastern Jordan, Levant 46(2): 186-205.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Huigens H.O. (2014), De archeologie van de Zwarte Woestijn: Jebel Qurma in Noordoost-Jordanië. In: Kaper O.E., Dercksen J.G. (Eds.) Waar de geschiedenis begon: Nederlandse onderzoekers in de ban van spijkerschrift, hiërogliefen en aardewerk. Uitgave naar aanleiding van het 75-jarig bestaan van het Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten, 1939-2014. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten. 277-286.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) (2014), Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers.editorship of book
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) (2014), Excavations at Tell Sabi Abyad: The 1994-1999 Field Seasons Papers on Archaeology of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities no. 11. Turnhout: Brepols.editorship of book
  • Otte I.N., Smits E. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Human Skeletal Remains and Burial Practices. In: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. Turnhout: Brepols. 217-232.book chapter
  • Anonymous (2014), Jabal Qurma Archaeological Landscape Project [Archaeology in Jordan, 2012 and 2013 Seasons] (translation: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Corbett G.J., Keller D.R., Porter B.A. & Tuttle C.A. (eds.)), American Journal of Archaeology 118: 628-630.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Jebel Qurma Project - Jordan (Facebook). Jebel Qurma Project - Jordan [blog entry].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Duistermaat K. (2014), Late Neolithic Seals and Sealings. In: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. Turnhout: Brepols. 113-123.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad In Perspective. In: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. Turnhout: Brepols. 247-256.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), LoS Project (@SurvivalScapes) | Twitter. LoS Project [blog entry].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Near East in Leiden (Facebook). Near East in Leiden [blog entry].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Settlement and Emergent Complexity in Western Syria, ca. 7000-2500 BC.. In: C. Renfrew and P. Bahn (Ed.) The Cambridge World Prehistory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1462-1473.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Syria & Heritage destruction (ICOMOS lecture, Amsterdam) (Lecture).other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Syria & Heritage (Tell Sabi Abyad Information day) (Lecture).other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2014), Tell Sabi Abyad 1994-1999 Campaigns: Late Neolithic Stratigraphy and Architecture. In: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria: The 1994-1999 Field Seasons. Turnhout: Brepols. 29-86.book chapter
  • Plug J., Plicht J. van der & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria: Dating of Neolithic Cemeteries, RADIOCARBON 53: 543-554.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Plicht J. van der (2014), Tell Sabi Abyad: The Site and Its Chronology. In: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Huigens H.O., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. Turnhout: Brepols.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2014), The Northern Levant During the Neolithic Period: Damascus and Beyond. In: Steiner M., Killebrew A.E. (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Levant. Oxford: Oxford: Oxford University Press. 134-146.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2013), http://www.sabi-abyad.nl (15259). [website]other
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Bernbeck R., Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Rogasch J. (2013), Interpreting the Late Neolithic of Upper Mesopotamia no. 9. Turnhout: Brepols.book
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Bernbeck R., Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Rogash J. (Eds.) (2013), Interpreting the Late Neolithic of Upper Mesopotamia. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers.editorship of book
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2013), Jebel Qurma Project - Jordan (Facebook). Jebel Qurma Project - Jordan [blog entry].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2013), Near East in Leiden (Facebook). Near East in Leiden [blog entry].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2013), Northern Syria in the Late Neolithic, ca. 6800-5300 BC. In: Orthmann W, Matthiae P, al-Maqdissi M. (Eds.) Archéologie et Histoire de la Syrie. Paris: Éditions Geuthne.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2013), Tell Sabi Abyad Dag. [other]other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2013), Tell Sabi Abyad Project - Syria (Facebook). Tell Sabi Abyad Project - Syria [blog entry].other
  • Plicht J. van der, Akkermans P.M.M.G., Buitenhuis H., Kaneda A., Nieuwenhuyse O. & Russell A. (2013), Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria: an interpretation of stable isotope values of faunal bone collagen. In: Boaretto E., Rebollo Franco N.R. (Eds.) Radiocarbon. no. 54. 281-289.conference paper: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2013), Temporality and Community Segmentation - Interpreting Late Neolithic Settlement in Northern Syria. In: Nieuwenhuijse O.P, Bernbeck R, Akkermans P.M.M.G, Rogash J. (Eds.) Interpreting the Late Neolithic of Upper Mesopotamia. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers. 63-75.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Bruning M., Hammers N., Huigens H., Kruijer L., Meens A., Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Raat A., Rogmans E., Slappendel C., Taipale S., Tews S. & Visser E. (2012), Burning down the house. The burnt building V6 at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria, Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 43-44: 305-322.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P. M. M. G., Brüning M., Hammers N., Huigens H., Kruijer L.W., Meens A., Nieuwenhuyse O., Raat A., Rogmans E.F., Slappendel C., Taipale S., Tews S. & Visser E. (2012), Burning Down The House: The Burnt Building V6 at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria, Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 43/44: 307-324.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M.L., Hammers N., Huigens H., Kruijer L., Meens A., Nieuwenhuyse O., Raat A., Rogmans E.F., Slappendel C., Taipale S., Tews S. & Visser E. (2012), Burning down the house: the burnt building V6 at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria, Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 43/44: 307-324.article in journal
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2012), http://www.sabi-abyad.nl (15259). [website]other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2012), Jebel Qurma Project - Jordan (facebook). Jebel Qurma Project - Jordan [blog entry].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2012), Near East in Leiden (Facebook). Near East in Leiden [blog entry].other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2012), Tell Sabi Abyad Project - Syria (Facebook). Tell Sabi Abyad Project - Syria [blog entry].other
  • Van der Plicht J., Akkermans P.M.M.G., Buitenhuis H., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Russel A. (2012), TELL SABI ABYAD, SYRIA: AN INTERPRETATION OF STABLE ISOTOPE VALUES, RADIOCARBON 54(3-4): 281-289.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2011), Comment to E.B. Banning “So Fair a House", Current Anthropology 52: 641.article in journal: refereed
  • Düring B.S., Wossink A. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2011), Correlates of Complexity: Essays in Archaeology and Assyriology dedicated to Diederik J.W. Meijer in Honour of his 65th Birthday. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten.book
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Brüning M. (2011), De Midden-Assyrische Dunnu van Tell Sabi Abyad - Bewoningsgeschiedenis van een versterkte nederzetting aan de grens van Assyrie, Phoenix : bulletin uitgegeven door het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap Ex Oriente Lux 56: 5-16.article in journal
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M. & Kaneda A. (2011), Foundation or Rendezvous? Constructing Platforms in Late Neolithic Syria. In: Düring B.S., Wossink A., Akkermans P.M.M.G. (Eds.) Correlates of Complexity. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten. 1-13.conference paper
  • Van der Plicht J., Akkermans P.M.M.G., Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Kaneda A. & Russell A.L. (2011), Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria: radiocarbon chronology, cultural change, and the 8.2 ka event, RADIOCARBON 53(2): 229-243.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2010), Late Neolithic Architectural Renewal: The Emergence of Round Houses in the Northern Levant, c. 6500-6000 BC. In: Bolger D., Maguire L.C. (Eds.) Development of Pre-State Communities in the Ancient Near East. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 22-28.conference paper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Van der Plicht J. (2010), Nieuwe vondsten van Tell Sabi Abyad: het oudste aardewerk in het Midden-Oosten, Archeologie Magazine 02/2010: 16-19.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Van der Plicht J. (2010), Not So Coarse, Nor Always Plain: The Earliest Pottery of Syria, Antiquity 84: 71-85.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Van der Plicht J., Russel A., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Kaneda A. (2010), Weathering Climate Change in the Near East: Dating and Neolithic Adaptations 8200 years ago, Antiquity 84: 325.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2009), Persian Delights in Leiden’s Rijksmuseum van Oudheden. In: Gosselink M., Tang D.J. (Eds.) Iran and the Netherlands: Interwoven Through the Ages. Gronsveld en Rotterdam: Barjesteh van Waalwijk van Doorn en Co’s Uitgeversmaatschappij. 14-19.conference paper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Smits E. (2008), A Sealed Double Cremation at Middle Assyrian Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. In: Bonatz D., Czichon R.M., Kreppner F.J. (Eds.) Fundstellen – Gesammelte Schriften zur Archäologie und Geschichte Altvorderasiens ad honorem Hartmut Kühne. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 251-261.book chapter
  • Evershed R.M., Payne S., Sherratt A.G., Copley M.S., Urem-Kotsu D., Kotsakis K., Özdogan M., Özdogan A., Bailey D., Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Akkermans P.M.M.G., Campbell S., Farid S., Hodder I., Yalman N., Özbarasan M., Biçakci E., Garfinkel Y., Levy T. & Burton M.M. (2008), Earliest Date for Milk Use in the Near East and Southeastern Europe Linked to Cattle Herding, 455: 528-531.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2008), Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad. Interim Report on the Archaeological Research (1994-1999) in the Balikh Valley, Syria. Turnhout: Brepols.book
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Akkermans P.M.M.G., Cruells W. & Molist M. (2008), Introduction: a workshop on the origin of the Halaf and rise of styles, Isimu 10.article in journal
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2008), Iran in Vogelvlucht, RoMeO 26: 4-7.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Brüning M. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2008), Tell Sabi Abyad 1994-1999 Campaigns - Late Neolithic Stratigraphy and Architecture. In: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (Eds.) Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad. Interim Report on the Archaeological Research (1994-1999) in the Balikh Valley, Syria. Turnhout: Brepols.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Astruc L., Gratuze B. & Pelegrin J. (2007), From Production to Use: a Parcel of Obsidian Bladelets at Sabi Abyad II. In: Astruc L., Binder D., Briois F. (Eds.) La diversité des systèmes techniques des communautés du Néolithique pré-céramique: vers la caractérisation des comportements sociaux. Antibes: Éditions APDCA. 1-15.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2007), Onvoltooid verleden tijd. De opgraving te Tell Sabi Abyad in 2007., Nieuwsbrief Friends of Sabi Abyad 3: 1-6.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2007), Sieraden afkomstig uit het Oude Nabije Oosten. In: Schitterend Sieraad. Leiden: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden. 36-47.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2007), Tall Sabiy Abyad, Reallexikon der Assyriologie XI: 31-35.article in journal
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2008), Burying the Dead in Late Neolithic Syria. In: Cordoba J.M., Molist M., Perez C., Rubio I., Martinez S. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 5th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East. Madrid: UA Ediciones. 621-645.conference paper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Akkermans P.M.M.G., Cruells W. & Molist M. (2006), International Workshop on the Late Neolithic in the Near East (ca. 6300-5700 BC). Madrid. [other]other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2006), Arjoune Review of: Parr P. Excavations at Arjoune, Syria, Ancient West and East 4: 495-497.book review
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2006), Das Chalkolithikum in der südlichen Levant Review of: (2001) S. Kerner. Das Chalkolithikum in der südlichen Levant: Die Entwicklung handwerklicher Spezialisierung und ihre Beziehung zu gesellschaftlicher Komplexität, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Orient-Abteilung, Orient-Archäologie, Applied Medical Informatics LXIII(8): 598-600.book review
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2006), De ontdekking van een prehistorisch grafveld, Nieuwsbrief Friends of Sabi Abyad 2: 12-13.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G., Cappers R., Cavallo C., Nieuwenhuyse O.P., Nilhamn B. & Otte I. (2006), Investigating the Early Pottery Neolithic of Northern Syria: New Evidence from Tell Sabi Abyad, American Journal of Archaeology 110: 123-156.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2006), Prehistorische dorpjes and Assyrische kastelen: de opgraving op Tell Sabi Abyad 2005, Nieuwsbrief Friends of Sabi Abyad 2: 2-6.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2006), The Fortress of Ili-pada – Middle Assyrian Architecture at Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria. In: Butterlin P. (Ed.) Les espaces syro-mésopotamiens – Dimensions de l’expérience humaine au proche-orient ancien. Volume d’hommage offert à Jean-Claude Margueron. Turnhout: Brepols. 201-211.conference paper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2004), Hunter-Gatherer Continuity: the Transition from the Epipalaeolithic to the Neolithic in Syria. In: Aurenche O., Mière M. Le, Sanlaville P. (Eds.) From the River to the Sea - The Palaeolithic and Neolithic on the Euphrates and in the Northern Levant. Oxford. 281-293.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Duistermaat K. (2004), More Seals and Sealings from Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria, Levant 36: 1-12.article in journal: refereed
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2003), Tell Sabi Abyad in Syria, Al-Athar 5: 10-13.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Greco C. (2003), Tell Sabi Abyad (Siria). In: Mora C., Mozatti M. (Eds.) Aule del deserto e nella steppa. Pavia: Università degli Studi di Pavia. 87-94.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Schwartz G.M. (2003), The Archaeology of Syria - From Complex Hunter-Gatherers to Early Urban Society, ca. 16,000-300 BC.. Cambridge: Cambrigde University Press.book
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (15 April 2002), Excavations at Late Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad 1996-2001 (Lecture). Paris.other
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2002), Bronnen van Inspiratie uit het Oude Syrië, Artissage 23: 8-49.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2002), De archeologie van Syrië in het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, RoMeO 14: 3-11.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2002), Het echte Syrië, Artissage : 8-15.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2002), Leermeesters van onze wetenschap., Artissage : 24-27.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2002), Ontdekkers van Syrische oudheden., Artissage : 44-49.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2002), Pioniers van onze economie., Artissage : 28-35.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2002), Review of: H. de Contenson, Ramad - Site néolithique en Damascène, Syrië Review of: Site néolithique en Damascène, Syrie, Applied Medical Informatics LIX: 396-398.book review
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2002), Stamvaders van onze religie., Artissage : 36-43.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2002), Syrische archeologie in het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Archeobrief 24: 16-18.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2002), Vormgevers van onze beschaving., Artissage : 16-23.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2002), Warlords from the Mountains - Archaeological Treasures from Armenia, Minerva. A Review of Science, Learning and Policy 13: 9-12.article in journal
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Duistermaat K. (2001), A Middle Assyrian Pottery Kiln at Tell Sabi Abyad. In: Meyer J.W., Novák M., Pruss A. (Eds.) Beiträge zur Vorderasiatischen Archäologie - Winfried Orthmann gewidmet. Frankfurt a.M.. 12-19.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2001), De archeologie van prehistorisch Armenië, RoMeO 12: 4-10.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Nieuwenhuyse O.P. & Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2001), De archeologie van prehistorisch Armenië, RoMeO vriendenblad fall(2001).article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2001), De fascinerende Oriënt, RoMeO 11: 8-11.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2001), Het land tussen de twee rivieren Review of: Ancient Mesopotamia - The Eden That Never Was, TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS 144: 254-255.book review
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Nieuwenhuyse O.P. (2001), Rijkdom uit de bergen, Artissage 22: 14-18.article in magazine/newspaper
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Verhoeven M. (2000), Chronology. In: Akkermans P.M.M.G., Verhoeven M. (Eds.) Tell Sabi Abyad II - The Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Settlement. Leiden/Istanbul: Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut. 1-2.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Verhoeven M. (2000), Conclusions. In: Tell Sabi Abyad II - The Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Settlement. Leiden/Istanbul: Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut. 173-180.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2000), Current Research in the Netherlands on the Near Eastern Neolithic, Neo-Lithics 1(00): 14-15.article in journal
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. (2000), Old and New Perspectives on the Origins of the Halaf Culture. In: Rouault O., Wäfler M. (Eds.) La Djéziré et l'Euphrate syriens de la Protohistoire à la fin du IIe millénaire av. J.-C.. Turnhout: Brepols (Subartu VII). 43-54.book chapter
  • Akkermans P.M.M.G. & Verhoeven M. (Eds.) (2000), Tell Sabi Abyad II - The Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Settlement. Leiden/Istanbul: Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut.editorship of book

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