NAR 47: A Mosaic of Habitation at Zeewijk (the Netherlands)
Analysis showed the site at Zeewijk to have been an extensive Late Neolithic year-round settlement.
Large permanent settlement
Finds during the 1993 excavations at the Zeewijk-Oost site included a wooden post. This turned out to belong to an unusually large structure, 22 metres long and 7 metres wide. Postholes found at the Zeewijk-West site led to the identification of five potential house plans. On the basis of these results, Zeewijk was classified as a large permanent settlement. This report is a compilation of the results of additional research carried out at this settlement.
Series: Nederlandse Archeologische Rapporten (NAR) 47
Editors: E.M. Theunissen, O. Brinkkemper, R.C.G.M. Lauwerier, B.I. Smit, I.M.M. van der Jagt
Authors: S.M. Beckerman, D.C. Brinkhuizen, O. Brinkkemper, V. García-Díaz, J.P. Kleijne, L. Kubiak-Martens, G.R. Nobles, T.F.M. Oudemans, B.I. Smit, E.M. Theunissen, M. van den Hof, I.M.M. van der Jagt, A.L. van Gijn, J.T. Zeiler, R.C.G.M. Lauwerier, J.H.M. Peeters, D.C.M. Raemaekers
Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, 2014