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money Social Sciences
economics Earth & Environmental Sciences
anthropology Earth & Environmental Sciences
economic factors Social Sciences
historian Social Sciences
economy Social Sciences
Coins Arts & Humanities
Roman World Arts & Humanities

Research Output 2000 2017

Buried Batavians. Mortuary rituals of a rural frontier community

Aarts, J. G. & Heeren, S., 2017, Death as a process. The archaeology of the Roman funeral. Pearce, J. & J. W. (eds.). Oxford: Oxbow Books, p. 123-154 33 p. (Studies in funerary archaeology; no. 12).

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A frog’s eye view of the Roman market: the Batavian case

Aarts, J. G., 2015, Market Performance in Pre-industrial Societies: the Case of Babylonia (c. 600-60 BC) in Comparative Perspective. Spek, R. J. V. D., Leeuwen, B. V. & Zanden, J. L. V. D. (eds.). London: Routledge, p. 394-409

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Marginal money. The circulation of Roman money in the rural world of the Meuse-Demer-Scheldt area

Aarts, J. G., 2015, The Roman villa of Hoogeloon and the archaeology of the periphery. N.Roymans, T.Derks and H.A.Hiddink (ed.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, p. 209-228 (Amsterdam Archeological Studies; no. 22).

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De munten. Romeins geld.

Aarts, J. G., 2014, Met rituelen omsloten. Opgraving van een inheems-Romeinse nederzetting langs de Woudslaan in de Harnaschpolder, gemeente Midden-Delfland. Bakx, J. P. (ed.). Delft: Erfgoed Delft, p. 176-181 (Delft Archeologische Reeks; no. 107).

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Romeins geld in Hoogeloon

Aarts, J. G. & Prins, J., 2014, De Romeinse villa-nederzetting op de Kerkakkers bij Hoogeloon (Noord-Brabant). VU-opgravingen in de Kempen 3. Amsterdam: VuHBS archeologie/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, p. 449-461 (Zuidnederlandse Archeologische Rapporten; no. 53).

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Activities 2002 2015

  • 13 Lecture / Presentation

Money and the rural periphery of the Roman Empire

J.G. Aarts (Speaker)
11 Sep 2015

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Money and the metaphors of travel and fertility in Roman ritual

J.G. Aarts (Speaker)
21 Oct 2015

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

The metaphors of travel and fertility in the ritual deposition of coins in the Roman era

J.G. Aarts (Speaker)
15 Oct 2015

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Life and Death at the Roman frontier. Tracking change in the Batavian funerary ritual

J.G. Aarts (Speaker)
17 Apr 2012

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

A frog's eye view of the Roman economy: the Batavian casus.

J.G. Aarts (Speaker)
20 May 2011

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Prizes

W.A. van Es-prijs

J.G. Aarts (Recipient), 2001

PrizeAcademic

Germany
Coins
Coinage
Gaul