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Les tombelles de l'âge du bronze en Flandre sablonneuse (nord-ouest de la Belgique) : un status quaestionis

Jeroen De Reu, Eline Deweirdt (UGent), Philippe Crombé (UGent), Machteld Bats (UGent), Marc Antrop (UGent), Philippe De Maeyer (UGent), Philippe De Smedt (UGent), Peter Finke (UGent), Marc Van Meirvenne (UGent), Jacques Verniers (UGent), et al.
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Bronze Age barrows in the sandy areas of Flanders (north-western Belgium): state of research For 30 years now, Sandy Flanders is the subject of systematic and intensive aerial photographical surveys. The Bronze Age barrow research has yielded one of the major results with the discovery of several hundreds of monuments. Consequently, several barrow sites have been further investigated during excavations. During the last few years, this dataset was the subject of a systematic and thorough inventory. To date, a total of 1105 Bronze Age burial monuments could be identified and precisely located. The detailed inventory is the base of an extensive GIS and statistical analysis of the Bronze Age barrow phenomenon in north-western Belgium. Thanks to this GIS-based approach new insights could be gained in the distribution and the location of the burial mounds in the landscape and in the mutual relation between the monuments.
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CHRONOLOGY, ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION, LANDSCAPE, MODELS, Belgium, Flanders, Bronze Age, barrow, aerial photography, geographical information systems (GIS)

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De Reu, Jeroen, Eline Deweirdt, Philippe Crombé, Machteld Bats, Marc Antrop, Philippe De Maeyer, Philippe De Smedt, et al. 2011. “Les Tombelles De L’âge Du Bronze En Flandre Sablonneuse (nord-ouest De La Belgique) : Un Status Quaestionis.” Archaologisches Korrespondenzblatt 41 (4): 491–505.
APA
De Reu, J., Deweirdt, E., Crombé, P., Bats, M., Antrop, M., De Maeyer, P., De Smedt, P., et al. (2011). Les tombelles de l’âge du bronze en Flandre sablonneuse (nord-ouest de la Belgique) : un status quaestionis. ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT, 41(4), 491–505.
Vancouver
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De Reu J, Deweirdt E, Crombé P, Bats M, Antrop M, De Maeyer P, et al. Les tombelles de l’âge du bronze en Flandre sablonneuse (nord-ouest de la Belgique) : un status quaestionis. ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT. 2011;41(4):491–505.
MLA
De Reu, Jeroen, Eline Deweirdt, Philippe Crombé, et al. “Les Tombelles De L’âge Du Bronze En Flandre Sablonneuse (nord-ouest De La Belgique) : Un Status Quaestionis.” ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT 41.4 (2011): 491–505. Print.
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  abstract     = {Bronze Age barrows in the sandy areas of Flanders (north-western Belgium): state of research For 30 years now, Sandy Flanders is the subject of systematic and intensive aerial photographical surveys. The Bronze Age barrow research has yielded one of the major results with the discovery of several hundreds of monuments. Consequently, several barrow sites have been further investigated during excavations. During the last few years, this dataset was the subject of a systematic and thorough inventory. To date, a total of 1105 Bronze Age burial monuments could be identified and precisely located. The detailed inventory is the base of an extensive GIS and statistical analysis of the Bronze Age barrow phenomenon in north-western Belgium. Thanks to this GIS-based approach new insights could be gained in the distribution and the location of the burial mounds in the landscape and in the mutual relation between the monuments.},
  author       = {De Reu, Jeroen and Deweirdt, Eline and Cromb{\'e}, Philippe and Bats, Machteld and Antrop, Marc and De Maeyer, Philippe and De Smedt, Philippe and Finke, Peter and Van Meirvenne, Marc and Verniers, Jacques and Zwertvaegher, Ann and Bourgeois, Jean},
  issn         = {0342-734X},
  journal      = {ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT},
  keyword      = {CHRONOLOGY,ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION,LANDSCAPE,MODELS,Belgium,Flanders,Bronze Age,barrow,aerial photography,geographical information systems (GIS)},
  language     = {fre},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {491--505},
  title        = {Les tombelles de l'{\^a}ge du bronze en Flandre sablonneuse (nord-ouest de la Belgique) : un status quaestionis},
  volume       = {41},
  year         = {2011},
}

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