Palaehistoria Acta et Communicationes Instituti Bio-Archaeologici Universitatis Groninganae Vol. III

Titel Palaehistoria Acta et Communicationes Instituti Bio-Archaeologici Universitatis Groninganae Vol. III
Reeksnaam Palaeohistoria Volume III
Auteur Red. A.E. van Giffen
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Omschrijving Zie ook Palaeohistoria Vol. II (1954)  voor het eerste deel van Barrow Excavations in the Eight Beatitudes (05-5-14)

Index:

Barrow Excavations in the Eight Beatitudes. The Bronze Age Cemetery between Toterfout & Halve Mijl, North Brabant:  II  The Implications (W. Glasbergen)

Früh- und mittelpaläolithische Funde aus den Niederlanden (A. Bohmers & Br. AQ. Wouters)

A Contribution to the Problem of the so-called Grenzhorizont (W. van Zeist)

Zwei merkwürdige Funde (A.E. van Giffen)

Die Magiergemme von Lieveren (Prov. Drente) als Schlüssel zur Frage der Alsengemmen (Otto-Friedrich Gandert, Berlin)

Barrow Excavations in the Eight Beatitudes. The Bronze Age Cemetery between Toterfout & Halve Mijl, North Brabant:  II  The Implications (W. Glasbergen)

Preface:

Barrow excavations in the Netherlands.

For many centuries past, the regulair round hillocks often found together in groups in the highter sandy regions of the Netherlands have attracted the attention of antiquaries. That they have not been made by nature, but by hand of the man and that they represented the tombs of earlier inhabitants of these regions.

The Dutch Cordoned cinarary urns of the Middle and Late Bronze Age.

The name ‘Deverel urn’ has been frequently used above to describe vessels, containing cremations, which are secondary interments in round barrows with timber circles of types 3-8. This name, introduced by Lord Abercromby (1912) derives from the cinerary urns which W.A. Miles discovered in 1825 in the Deverel Barrow in Dorset, England. Abercromby grouped them with the urns from the flat cemetery at Rimbury, in the same county, as the Deverel Rimbury type.

Table of Contents:

List of illustrations

Barrow excavations in the Netherlands – Barrows surrounded by rings of posts (type 3 – 9) – In conclusion – Continental and British analogues of post-circle types 3 – 9

The Dutch Cordoned Cinerary urns of the Middle and Late Bronze Age (The Hilversum and Drakenstein groups)

The Burial Ritual

Final Consideration

Bibliography

List of abbreviations

Jaar 1954
Aantal pagina’s 255
Rubriek
  • Archeologie
Periode
  • Bronstijd – 2000 v. Chr. tot 800 v. Chr.
Regio
  • De Kempen (NL)
  • Zuid-oost Brabant
  • Nederland overig
Plaatsnaam
  • Veldhoven
Locatie 05-5
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