DescriptionDue to their often impressive surfaces areas, the later prehistoric field systems known as ‘Celtic fields’ form the largest types of archaeological monuments that are still visible today. These systems of fields enclosed by low earthen bank are often part of our artist’s reconstructions of Iron Age land use, but frustratingly few have been excavated. This means that their age, development, and relation to habitation is essentially unknown. In this presentation, the results of various targeted research excavations of Dutch Celtic fields are used to determine how these field systems functioned.
|Gehouden op||Seminar für Ur- und Frühgeschichte. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany|
|Mate van erkenning||International|