Van Schaik, Henk (Ir.)

Over 40 years Henk van Schaik has built up professional experience in water covering the areas of water supply, waste water collection and treatment, water resources management, water and climate, water and heritage, water diplomacy, water and transparency.

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Van Tilburg, Cornelis (Dr.)

Cornelis van Tilburg studied Classics at Leiden University. Since 2000 he is a researcher at Leiden University (LUCAS). His main publications are: Romeins Verkeer (2005, repr. 2014, third edition 2018), Traffic and Congestion in the Roman Empire (2007, repr. 2012), Streets and Streams: Health conditions and city planning in the Graeco-Roman World (2015) and Oudheid, reinheid en gezondheid: Hygiëne in de Grieks-Romeinse wereld (2018).

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Van Zijverden, Wilko (Drs.)

Wilko van Zijverden received his master’s degree in Quaternary geology (1991). The subject of the Master’s thesis was a reconstruction of the Late Weichselian landscape of the Bommelerwaard in the central river area of the Netherlands. In august 1997 he received his master’s degree in ecological archaeology. In august 2011 he was part-time posted at Leiden University for a period of five years in the project “Farmers of the Coast”.

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Vandenbeusch, Marie (Dr.)

Marie Vandenbeusch est Project Curator dans le Department of Egypt and Sudan au British Museum, où elle est en charge du développement d’expositions itinérantes, telles que Egyptian mummies. Exploring ancient lives et Pharaoh, King of Egypt. Sa recherche se concentre sur les pratiques funéraires et magiques de l’Égypte ancienne, notamment sur l’étude des momies et de la culture matérielle.

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Vandendriessche, Hans (Dr.)

Hans Vandendriessche is a research assistant at Ghent University where he obtained his doctoral degree in 2021. His interests in the field of prehistoric archaeology include, among others, lithic technology, experimental archaeology and raw material provenancing. His publications cover a broad range of topics, reaching from the large-scale excavations of Kerkhove and the lithic technology of the Pleistocene-Holocene transition to the Belgian Neolithic and its material culture. Currently, in the framework of a new research project, he aims to further explore the origins of the Middle Mesolithic in the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt area.

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Vanhoutte, Sofie (Dr.)

Sofie Vanhoutte is Heritage Researcher Archaeology at the Flanders Heritage Agency (Belgium). Since 2019 she is also teaching assistant at Ghent University. This publication is a further enlargement of her doctoral research ‘Change and Continuity at the Roman Fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD, with a particular focus on the evidence of the material culture and its significance within the wider context of the Roman North Sea and Channel frontier zone’, a joint PhD at the Free University of Brussels (VUB) and the University of Kent (Canterbury, UK). She defended her PhD successfully in September 2018.

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Velde, Piet, van de, (Dr.)

Pieter van de Velde (1940). After nine years in the merchant navy he studied cultural anthropology and prehistory at Leiden University, and did a PhD in Social Sciences at that university in 1980. His thesis was a sociological study of Bandkeramik community structures as preserved in cemetery and settlement remains. Conservationist archaeology in Germany, field archaeology in Java (Indonesia) and Sardinia (Italy) and a lectureship at Leiden University served to keep up his interest in the early neolithic way of doing. After his retirement (2001) he continued working on the LBK, of which the present volume is the most recent witness.

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Van Schaik, Henk (Ir.)

Over 40 years Henk van Schaik has built up professional experience in water covering the areas of water supply, waste water collection and treatment, water resources management, water and climate, water and heritage, water diplomacy, water and transparency.

read more

Van Tilburg, Cornelis (Dr.)

Cornelis van Tilburg studied Classics at Leiden University. Since 2000 he is a researcher at Leiden University (LUCAS). His main publications are: Romeins Verkeer (2005, repr. 2014, third edition 2018), Traffic and Congestion in the Roman Empire (2007, repr. 2012), Streets and Streams: Health conditions and city planning in the Graeco-Roman World (2015) and Oudheid, reinheid en gezondheid: Hygiëne in de Grieks-Romeinse wereld (2018).

read more

Van Zijverden, Wilko (Drs.)

Wilko van Zijverden received his master’s degree in Quaternary geology (1991). The subject of the Master’s thesis was a reconstruction of the Late Weichselian landscape of the Bommelerwaard in the central river area of the Netherlands. In august 1997 he received his master’s degree in ecological archaeology. In august 2011 he was part-time posted at Leiden University for a period of five years in the project “Farmers of the Coast”.

read more

Vandenbeusch, Marie (Dr.)

Marie Vandenbeusch est Project Curator dans le Department of Egypt and Sudan au British Museum, où elle est en charge du développement d’expositions itinérantes, telles que Egyptian mummies. Exploring ancient lives et Pharaoh, King of Egypt. Sa recherche se concentre sur les pratiques funéraires et magiques de l’Égypte ancienne, notamment sur l’étude des momies et de la culture matérielle.

read more

Vandendriessche, Hans (Dr.)

Hans Vandendriessche is a research assistant at Ghent University where he obtained his doctoral degree in 2021. His interests in the field of prehistoric archaeology include, among others, lithic technology, experimental archaeology and raw material provenancing. His publications cover a broad range of topics, reaching from the large-scale excavations of Kerkhove and the lithic technology of the Pleistocene-Holocene transition to the Belgian Neolithic and its material culture. Currently, in the framework of a new research project, he aims to further explore the origins of the Middle Mesolithic in the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt area.

read more

Vanhoutte, Sofie (Dr.)

Sofie Vanhoutte is Heritage Researcher Archaeology at the Flanders Heritage Agency (Belgium). Since 2019 she is also teaching assistant at Ghent University. This publication is a further enlargement of her doctoral research ‘Change and Continuity at the Roman Fort at Oudenburg from the late 2nd until the early 5th century AD, with a particular focus on the evidence of the material culture and its significance within the wider context of the Roman North Sea and Channel frontier zone’, a joint PhD at the Free University of Brussels (VUB) and the University of Kent (Canterbury, UK). She defended her PhD successfully in September 2018.

read more

Velde, Piet, van de, (Dr.)

Pieter van de Velde (1940). After nine years in the merchant navy he studied cultural anthropology and prehistory at Leiden University, and did a PhD in Social Sciences at that university in 1980. His thesis was a sociological study of Bandkeramik community structures as preserved in cemetery and settlement remains. Conservationist archaeology in Germany, field archaeology in Java (Indonesia) and Sardinia (Italy) and a lectureship at Leiden University served to keep up his interest in the early neolithic way of doing. After his retirement (2001) he continued working on the LBK, of which the present volume is the most recent witness.

read more




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