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Department of Archaeology
ARCHAEO - Archaeology
Projects as PhD researcher
The roles of demic diffusion and/or local adoption in the transitions toward agropastoral neolithic lifeways in the Scheldt basin
Most recent publications
Teetaert, Dimitri, et al. “Reliability of AMS 14C Dates of Moss Temper Preserved in Neolithic Pottery from the Scheldt River Valley (Belgium).”
Teetaert, Dimitri, et al. “A Well-Preserved Michelsberg Culture Domed Oven from Kortrijk, Belgium.”
, vol. 93, no. 368, 2019, pp. 342–58.
Crombé, Philippe, et al. “Bioturbation and the Formation of Latent Stratigraphies on Prehistoric Sites.”
Soils as Records of Past and Present : From Soil Surveys to Archaeological Sites : Research Strategies for Interpreting Soil Characteristics : Proceedings of the Geoarchaeological Meeting
, Raakvlak, 2019, pp. 99–111.
Vannoorenberghe, Marieke, et al. “Selective Multi-Element Analysis of the Clay Fraction in Ancient Pottery by Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry.”
Technart 2019 : International Conference on Use of Analytical Techniques for Characterization of Artworks
De Mulder, Guy, et al. “Is AAA-Pretreatment Sufficiënt to Obtain Reliable 14C Dates on Food Residues?”
23rd International Radiocarbon Conference. June 17-22 2018 Trondheim. Book of Abstracts.
, 2018, p. 26.