HistArch - Historische Archäologie

Historische Archäologie GrafikMore than 50 percent of the cultural heritage excavations deal with the Middle Ages and th Modern Times. While a source-critical examinations and overarching analyzes have become a matter of course for the medieval discoveries, we see a deficit for the Modern Age in the German-speaking world.
The online journal "Historische Archeologie" has been offering a new publication medium online and open-access since the spring of 2009. "Historical Archeology" should primarily and purposefully present research and analyzes of the late Middle Ages and The Modern Times in their overall context. The category unplugged provides students final theses since 2015. The series of special volumes was initiated in 2019 with a commemorative publication

edited by
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Müller, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Christian-Albechts Universität Kiel
Dr. Thomas Kersting, Brandenburgisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologisches Landesmuseum
Prof. Dr. Claudia Theune-Vogt, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Universität Wien
PD Dr. Natascha Mehler M.A., Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum, Leibniz-Institut für deutsche Schifffahrtsgeschichte

Historische Archäologie HistArch

Vom Bodenfund zum Buch. Archäologie durch die Zeiten.

Festschrift für Andreas Heege

Historische Archäologie Sonderband 1

Christoph Rinne, Jochen Reinhard, Eva Roth Heege und Stefan Teuber (Hrsg.)

Bonn, Habelt 2017
ISBN 978-3-7749-4092-5

More than 500 pages, 31 authors, a time frame from the Neolithic to the Modern Age and a space that not only extends from northern Germany to the Alps, but also touches on Jordan - such a work is not only a commemorative publication, but by the contributions almost a compendium. This is in honor of a professors only? Those who think in such categories not only cling to old pigtails, but disregard the scientific oeuvre of Andreas Heege, which one may justifiably call the archaeological foundation of a feature and finding based archeology, especially of the Middle Ages and the Modern Times.

online: DOI 10.18440/ha.2017.101