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How to find us prof. dr. D.C.M. (Daan) Raemaekers

prof. dr. D.C.M. (Daan) Raemaekers

Professor of Archaeology of northwestern Europe; director of the Groningen Institute of Archaeology
prof. dr. D.C.M. (Daan) Raemaekers
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Publications

Eindrapportage pingo-project provincie Fryslân 2016-2020

Lipid residue analysis of ceramics from Hüde I (Lower Saxony, Germany) stresses the research potential to understand the transition to farming

Lipid residue analysis on Swifterbant pottery (c. 5000-3800 cal BC) in the Lower Rhine-Meuse area (the Netherlands) and its implications for human-animal interactions in relation to the Neolithisation process

Op de schouders van reuzen. De archeologie van Noordwest-Europa

Palynologisch onderzoek aan de pingo-ruïne FRCAP2 (Quatrebras; gemeente Tytsjerksteradiel; provincie Fryslân)

Reconstructing Human-Centered Interaction Networks of the Swifterbant Culture in the Dutch Wetlands: An Example from the ArchaeoEcology Project

Timing and Pace of Neolithisation in the Dutch Wetlands (c. 5000–3500 cal. BC)

Conclusions

Dealing with domestic animals in the fifth millennium cal BC Dutch wetlands: New insights from old Swifterbant assemblages

First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC)

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Press/media

De Week van Drenthe: Unieke foto's en onderzoek bij hunebed

Archeologisch onderzoek naast hunebed D34 in Valthe

Meer kennis nodig over gebied rondom hunebedden: 'Daar kan ik nu geen college over geven'

Archeologisch onderzoek naar omgeving rond hunebed D34 bij Valthe

Studente verzamelt hunebedverhalen en wil ‘Freek Vonk van de hunebedden’ worden

Studente verzamelt hunebedverhalen en wil ‘Freek Vonk van de hunebedden’ worden

Ontdekking oudste koemelk van Nederland verschuift onze boerengeschiedenis eeuwen naar voren

Oudste Nederlandse melk ontdekt: 6.100 jaar oud

Perhaps dozens of megalithic tombs lie below the Groningen clay. Better preserved than those in Drenthe

A century of archaeological research

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