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    various capacities around the same time in Mycenaean Greece To that end a range of iconographical physical anthropological and archaeological evidence including an interesting Mycenaean krater at the Allard Pierson Museum will be reviewed More Info published in Allard Pierson Mededelingen 105 6 2012 Research Interests Mycenaen art Mycenaean era archaeology Horses in Prehistory Near Eastern Archaeology and Aegean Archaeology edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section A new reading of Lydian laqrisa as words or inscriptions more by Jorrit Kelder Though usually translated as wall or alternatively as dromos covered passage or funerary couches loculi the exact meaning of Lydian laqrisa remains uncertain Gusmani in his Lydisches Wörterbuch describes it as an more Though usually translated as wall or alternatively as dromos covered passage or funerary couches loculi the exact meaning of Lydian laqrisa remains uncertain Gusmani in his Lydisches Wörterbuch describes it as an unspecified part of a tomb s architecture In this brief note I analyse the occurrence of Lydian laqrisa in funerary texts and propose to read the word as inscriptions or words More Info published in Nouvelles Assyriologiques Brèves et Utilitaires 2011 36 Research Interests Lydian Anatolian Studies Anatolian Archaeology Anatolian Languages and Hittite Cuneiform Writing Systems Anatolian languages edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Review of R Fischer Die Ahhijawa Frage Wiesbaden 2010 more by Jorrit Kelder More Info Published in Bryn Mawr Classical Review October 2010 Research Interests History Classics Near Eastern Archaeology Aegean Archaeology Archaeology and 2 more Aegean Prehistory Archaeology and Anatolian Archaeology edit Download pdf Quick view View on bmcr brynmawr edu Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Review of Joachim Latacz Troy and Homer Towards a Solution of an Old Mystery Oxford 2004 more by Jorrit Kelder More Info Published in Bibliotheca Orientalis LXIV no 5 6 2007 Research Interests History and Classics edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Review of Maria Deoudi Ithake Die Polis Höhle Odysseus und die Nymphen Thessaloniki 2008 more by Jorrit Kelder More Info Published in Bryn Mawr Classical Review November 2009 Research Interests Aegean Archaeology edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Review of BENE ISRAEL STUDIES IN THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ISRAEL AND THE LEVANT DURING THE BRONZE AND IRON AGES IN HONOUR OF ISRAEL FINKELSTEIN Culture and History of the Ancient Near East edited by Alexander Fantalkin and Assaf Yasur Landau Leiden 2008 more by Jorrit Kelder More Info Published in American Journal of Archaeology Book Review 114 2 2010 Research Interests Near Eastern Archaeology Biblical Archaeology Archaeology History and Archaeology of Canaan and Archaeology of Ancient Israel edit Download pdf Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The Egyptian Interest in Mycenaean Greece more by Jorrit Kelder Connections between Egypt and the Mycenaean world have often been understood in terms of indirect exchange via middlemen on Cyprus and in the Levant This view is mainly informed by the relative paucity of Mycenaean pottery found in more Connections between Egypt and the Mycenaean world have often been understood in terms of indirect exchange via middlemen on Cyprus and in the Levant This view is mainly informed by the relative paucity of Mycenaean pottery found in Egypt especially when compared to the large amounts of Mycenaean pottery found on Cyprus and the Levant It will be argued in this article that connections between Egypt and Mycenae were of direct diplomatic nature and that various different missions can be identified over the course of the 15th to 13th centuries BC Moreoever it is argued that as a result of these connections Mycenaeans may well have settled in the land of the Nile serving the Pharaoh in different capacities To that purpose the article presents a range of archaeological iconographical and textual evidence coming both from Egypt and the Mycenaean world More Info Published in the Annual of Ex Oriente Lux JEOL 2010 Research Interests History Archaeology Near Eastern Archaeology Aegean Archaeology Classics and 5 more Aegean Prehistory Archaeology Egyptian Archaeology Bronze Age Interconnections Egyptology Gift Exchange and Egyptian Art and Archaeology edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The chariots of Ahhiyawa more by Jorrit Kelder This article focusses on the military capacity of Ahhiyawa It is argued that the apparent military capacity of Ahhiyawa as evidenced in Hittite texts exceeds everything that is attested in the Linear B texts Therefore Ahhiyawa must more This article focusses on the military capacity of Ahhiyawa It is argued that the apparent military capacity of Ahhiyawa as evidenced in Hittite texts exceeds everything that is attested in the Linear B texts Therefore Ahhiyawa must have been larger than any of the known Mycenaean states With no room left in the Aegean to accommodate the large territorial state of Ahhiyawa I hope to demonstrate that Ahhiyawa should be seen as a conglomerate of some or all of the known palatial states Thus the Ahhiyawan capacity to field a substantial number of chariots will lead to an estimate of Ahhiyawan territorial size and eventually a hint as to where it should be situated More Info Published in Dacia Revue d Archéologie et d Histoire Ancienne 48 49 2004 2005 pp 151 160 Research Interests History Classics Archaeology Aegean Archaeology and Aegean Prehistory Archaeology edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Overzeese Contacten more by Jorrit Kelder More Info Published in Kunst en Wetenschap 18 1 2009 Research Interests History Classics Archaeology Aegean Archaeology Aegean Prehistory Archaeology and 2 more Near Eastern Archaeology and Egyptian Archaeology edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Mycenaeans in Western Anatolia more by Jorrit Kelder Mycenaean pottery has been found in significant quantities in most coastal regions of the eastern Mediterranean Most of the pottery was found in Cyprus the Levant and Egypt Despite its relative close proximity to the Greek mainland more Mycenaean pottery has

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  • Jitte Waagen | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    the assessment of the usually very fragmented archaeological surface record Different strategies on probability modeling that have been developed to reconstruct spread and density of artifacts now and in Antiquity wherein collected batches of archaeological material are quantitatively corrected for biases and subsequently presented as indicative maps of human occupational strategies are still not uncontested It is my contention that apart from such positivistic application spatial analyses and statistics can be used to reveal much more intriguing aspects of collected archaeological datasets For example in one of my case studies I have been able to establish a relationship between highly variable thin scatters of archaeological artifacts and the presence of archaeological sites in the subsoils Such an approach focused at increasing the potential of our actual dataset may provide a fresh alternative to probability modeling Therefore I aim to produce a series of analyses which will to be able to reveal more valuable information within our datasets on regional economy demography and settlement patterns edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers J Waagen 2011 La necropoli arcaica de L Amastuola In G J Burgers J P Crielaard Eds Greci e indigeni a L Amastuola pp 105 115 Mottola Stampasud more by Jitte Waagen Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section J Waagen 2010 Le sepoltore di Muro Tenente 1993 2002 In G J Burgers Ed L insediamento Messapico di Muro Tenente Scavi e Ricerche 1998 2009 pp 85 141 Mesagne Locopresss more by Jitte Waagen Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section J Waagen 2010 Le sepolture di Muro Tenente alcune rifflesioni ed interpretazioni In G J Burgers Ed L insediamento Messapico di Muro Tenente Scavi e Ricerche 1998 2009 pp 141 147 Mesagne Locopress more by Jitte Waagen Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section G J Burgers J

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  • l.l. therkorn | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    and Magic and Cultural Astronomy edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Therkorn L L 2004 Landscaping the Powers of Darkness and Light 600 BC 350 AD settlement concerns of Noord Holland in wider perspective PhD thesis Uni of Amsterdam more by l l therkorn Research Interests Archaelogy Wetland Settlements Landscape Archaeology Cultural Astronomy Contextual Archaeology and Archaeology of Ritual and Magic edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Assendelver Polders Revisited 2006 more by l l therkorn Four hectares of an excavated peat landscape with farmstead complexes dating to the Late Iron Roman Iron Age recovered in the Vinex location of Saendelft Noord Holland Most notably it was shown that large scale peat cutting for fuel more Four hectares of an excavated peat landscape with farmstead complexes dating to the Late Iron Roman Iron Age recovered in the Vinex location of Saendelft Noord Holland Most notably it was shown that large scale peat cutting for fuel had occurred here during the late prehistory altering the landscape while carrying out farming activities including cultivation on peat This report was originally available in 1998 as an internal publication More Info authors L L Therkorn E A Besselsen J F S Overstegen Research Interests Late Prehistory and Settlment Archaeolgoy edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Papers Therkorn L L 2005 From the Assendelver Polder to Oer IJ Estuary Project in M H van den Dries W J H Willems eds Innovatie in de nederlandse Archeologie Liber amicorum voor Roel Brandt SIKB Gouda 85 99 more by l l therkorn Research Interests Settlement archaeology and Landscape Archaeology edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Therkorn L L E A Besselsen 2008 Speciale

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  • Hans Jacobi | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    van Amsterdam Archaeology Post Doc edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Archaeology edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset password email to that address

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  • Rosanne Bruinsma | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Affiliation Research Interests Archaeology Classics Landscape Archaeology and 4 more Archaeology of Southern Italy Cultural Heritage Cultural Heritage Management and Mediterranean archaeology edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we

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  • Lyn Erisman | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Methodology Archaeology of Mediterranean Trade Landscapes in prehistory History of the Mediterranean Survey Research Greek Myth Cognitive archaeology Heritage Management Prehistoric Europe Archaeology Survey Archaeological Method Theory Middle Palaeolithic Cultural Heritage Law Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage Flint Archaeology Survey Research Research Methodology Virtual Heritage Interactive Cultural Learning Serious Games Ancient Greece History Historic Landscapes Intra site GIS and archaic Geometric and classical Greece pottery material culture bones edit About

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  • Stephanie Kramer | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Affiliation Research Interests Archaeology Classical Archaeology Greek Archaeology and 5 more Physical Anthropology Osteoarchaeology Theoretical Archaeology Viking Age Archaeology and Viking Age Scandinavia edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and

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  • Barbara Oosterwijk | Universiteit van Amsterdam - Academia.edu
    Mythology Archaeology Of Religion Ancient myth and religion Volcanology Cognitive archaeology Hunter Gatherer Archaeology Old Norse Religion Native American Religions and Scandinavian Archaeology Norway Iron Age Early Medieval Times Central Places Royal Seats edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset

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