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A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view
Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) (2013). A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. Groningen Institute of Archaeology/Barkhuis Publishing: Groningen. ISBN 978-94-91-4313-0-2. VIII, 200 pp.

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  • Admiraal, M. (2013). Early maritime adaptations and the peopling of the Americas, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 1-6, more
  • de Roest, K. (2013). How to cope with a drowning landscape? A research history into changing representations of Doggerland in relation to climate change, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 7-15, more
  • Kiers, L. (2013). Thermal alteration of red Helgoland flint, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 17-24, more
  • Sibma, T. (2013). Beyond boulder clay and cover sand: Insights into the possible meaning of inland streams in TRB-Drenthe (c. 3400-2800 cal. BC), in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 25-33, more
  • Verlaan, T. (2013). Changing seascapes: The Aegean seascape from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 35-41, more
  • Rom, I. (2013). Aegina Kolonna: A case study on resilience within changing networks during the Greek Bronze Age (c. 3000-1000 BC), in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 43-51, more
  • Kalkman, P. (2013). Depiction of the sea in the Minoan frescoes from Knossos and Akrotiri (1700-1450 BC), in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 53-59, more
  • Wubs, W.J. (2013). Rivers and trade in mainland Greece. A case study based on Corinthian Pottery (8th-6th centuries BC), in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 61-65, more
  • de Vries, K. (2013). A dead end road? Investigating Iron Age (800-12 BC) routes of transport on the sandy soils of the Netherlands, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 67-74, more
  • Brandhoff, R.E. (2013). Malta and Sicily: Island identity in the Mediterranean; the 700 BC turning point, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 75-80, more
  • van der Linde, D. (2013). The Samothracian cult and the maritime world (4th century BC-2nd century AD), in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 81-88, more
  • Thasing, S. (2013). On terpen from Flanders up to Frisia: Two maritime regions from the last centuries BC until the Late Middle Ages compared, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 89-96, more
  • Bronkhorst, R. (2013). Beyond a terrestrial view on the Roman period obelisk transport: The social implications of the shipping, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 97-102, more
  • Manuel, S. (2013). The Roman Rhine: Trade along and across the border river, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 103-109, more
  • Swart, P. (2013). Maritime opportunities and their exploitation in antiquity, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 111-116, more
  • Schrijver, P. (2013). The economic growth of terp-settlements related to their accessibility through waterways, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 117-124, more
  • Snoeijer, M.H. (2013). Transformations in worldviews along the mainland coast of the Dutch Wadden Sea area (9th and 10th centuries AD), in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 125-128, more
  • Kropp, A. (2013). Vegesack: A forgotten Bremen harbour, 1470 AD until today, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 129-133, more
  • van ter Toolen, L. (2013). The port portrayed: Depictions of Naples from the 15th and 16th centuries, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 135-141, more
  • Dijkstra, J. (2013). The meaning and significance of 'water' in the Antwerp cityscapes (c. 1550-1650 AD), in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 143-149, more
  • Knol, N. (2013). A maritime worldview in Jan van Goyen’s 'View of The Hague from the south east', in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 151-157, more
  • Roefs, S. (2013). Mattheus Mzn. van den Broucke: A 17th century case study of self-presentation, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 159-, more
  • Witte, C. (2013). Shipping disasters and the rescue service on the Dutch Wadden Islands, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 171-, more
  • van Kouwen, M. (2013). From intertidal wasteland to international nature area: Shifting policy in the Dutch Waddensea from 1950 onwards, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 179-185, more
  • Winter, A. (2013). A sublime force to be reckoned with: The maritime landscape in the works of Bas Jan Ader and Guido van der Werve, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 187-192, more
  • Conijn, A. (2013). Schiermonnikoog: A self-sufficient island in the past and future, in: Raemaekers, D.C.M. (Ed.) A kaleidoscope of maritime perspectives: Essays on the archaeology, art history and landscape history of the maritime world view. pp. 193-200, more

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