URNFIELD network talks: New research on old graves – What kind of ritual space was the urnfield of Nienbüttel?
Melanie Augstein from Leipzig University will represent new research results from the urnfield of Nienbüttel, Hannover. Melanie will present some of the challenges working with older excavation documentation and discuss complex ritual practices beyond the mere depositing of urns. Online login details: https://cloud.landesmuseen.sh/apps/bbb/b/iHZarycPqnGke65y
Vortrag: Pioneers in a changing world – investigating the elusive settlement and mobility patterns of north European hunter-gatherer groups from the end of the last Ice Age
15th "International Conference on Archaeological Prospection", University of Kiel (Germany) from March 28 - April 1, 2023 Berit V. Eriksen, keynote (Thursday March 30, 2023): Pioneers in a changing world – investigating the elusive settlement and mobility patterns of north European hunter-gatherer groups from the end of the last Ice Age https://macau.uni-kiel.de/receive/macau_mods_00003441
URNFIELD network talks: Studying cremations via strontium isotope analysis: method development and case studies
Karin Margarita Frei and Samantha S. Reiter from the National Museum of Denmark. Karin and Samantha will talk about methodological advances and possibilities for strontium isotope analysis of cremated bone, illustrated by examples from the Danish Bronze Age. Online login details: https://cloud.landesmuseen.sh/apps/bbb/b/X7BAQieArpG3gfy5