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Van Beek, R. and A.J. Louwen 2013. The centrality of urnfields Second thoughts on structure and stability of Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age cultural landscapes in the Low Countries.

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Van Beek, R. and A.J. Louwen 2013. The centrality of urnfields Second thoughts on structure and stability of Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age cultural landscapes in the Low Countries.
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  Beyond Barrows D. Fontijn, A. J. Louwen,S. van der Vaart & K. Wentink    edited by   This is a digital offprint from: Fontijn, D., A.J. Louwen, S. van der Vaart & K. Wentink (eds) 2013: Beyond Barrows. Current research on the sctructuration and  perception of the Prehistoric Landscape through Monuments.  Leiden: Sidestone Press.  Sidestone Press  A new generation of Publishing www.sidestone.com/library   This is a free offprint, read the entire book at theSidestone e -library! You can find the full version of this book at the Sidestone e -library. Here most of our publications are fully accessible for free. For access to more free books visit:www.sidestone.com/library Download Full PDF Visit the Sidestone e -library to download most of our  e -books for  only € 4,50. For this minimal fee you will receive a fully functionalPDF and by doing so, you help to keep our library running.  © 2013 AuthorsPublished by Sidestone Press, Leiden www.sidestone.comSidestone registration number: SSP120500001ISBN 978-90-8890-108-9Photograph cover: C. Cronberg, Swedish National Heritage Board, LundCover design: K. Wentink, Sidestone PressLay-out: F. Stevens / P.C. van Woerdekom, Sidestone Press  Contents  Beyond Barrows – an introduction9 By David Fontijn  Inventions of Memory and Meaning. Examples of Late Iron Age Reuse of  Bronze Age Monuments in South-Western Sweden21 Tore Artelius †  Part I - Beyond monumentality   41Memorious Monuments. Place persistency, mortuary practice and memory  in the Lower Rhine Area wetlands (5500-2500 cal BC)43 By Luc W.S.W. Amkreutz   The centrality of urnfields. Second thoughts on structure and stability  of Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age cultural landscapes in the Low  Countries81 By Roy van Beek and Arjan Louwen Part II - Orderings of funerary locations  113Döserygg and Skegrie. Megalithic centres in south-west Scania, southern Sweden115 By Magnus Andersson and Björn Wallebom  Post alignments in the barrow cemeteries of Oss-Vorstengraf and Oss-Zevenbergen141 By Harry Fokkens   Bronze Age barrow research in Sandy Flanders (NW Belgium): an overview 155 By Jeroen De Reu and Jean Bourgeois  Part III - Zooming out: barrows in a landscape  195 A history of open space. Barrow landscapes and the significance of heaths – the case of the Echoput barrows197 By Marieke Doorenbosch 
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