Man-made Lowlands; A Future for ancient dykes in the Netherlands
Dykes are a defining feature of the Netherlands’ cultural landscape. This brochure offers practical guidelines on how to deal ...
Connected content, connected organisations
This report examines how the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands can digitally disclose knowledge about heritage.
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.
Assessing museum collections
This brochure forms a practical tool in the allocation of different value types to objects and collections.
Heritage as an Asset for Inner City Development
This publication presents eight cities across the world to illustrate how heritage may be a valuable asset in modern urban ...
Shared Heritage Joint Future
This report presents an overview of international projects carried out by the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands in the ...
Attract and Connect Population decline and the heritage in Europe
This publication shows European examples of how heritage can have a positive impact on areas of decline.
NO 17: The late Roman Cemeteries of Nijmegen
These two publications bring together and interpret the results of excavations carried out at late-Roman cemeteries in Nijmegen ...
RAM 207: Schokland UNESCO World Heritage site 3rd monitoring round
An archaeological survey assessed the condition of four archaeological sites situated on the UNESCO World Heritage site of ...
Recognising archaeological finds in aquatic sediments
This booklet contains information about recognizing and handling unexpected archaeological finds at sea or on inland waterways.