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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

Archeologie bij de tijd: Aanbevelingen voor aanpassingen

Hunting before herding: A zooarchaeological and stable isotopic study of suids (Sus sp.) at Hardinxveld-Giessendam, the Netherlands (5450–4250 cal BC)

Introduction

Making a Neolithic non-megalithic monument: A TRB burial ground at Dalfsen (the Netherlands), c. 3000-2750 cal. BC.

No compelling evidence for early small-scale animal husbandry in Atlantic NW Europe

The Dalfsen burial ground as a means of reconstructing TRB 183 local social organisation

The TRB West Group in the Netherlands and the archaeology of non-megalithic burials

Before animal husbandry: Investigating the beginning of animal husbandry in the Dutch wetlands through zooarchaeology, palaeogenomics, stable isotope analysis, and high-precision radiocarbon chronology

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

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Press/media

Als ze maar niets vinden

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

Prehistoric animal husbandry

Trijntje - prehistorisch Doornroosje

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