Fields and walls hidden between trees and ponds… Read more… Landscape context The Noormansveld in the southern part of the Dwingelderveld, the largest contigous area of heathland in northwestern Europe, is situated on the transition of a lower lying area to a higher coversand ridge. The subsurface mainly consists of coversand which at some places covers boulder clay depositions. The soil Read more about Dwingelderveld[…]

Peelo - Kleuvenveld

Peelo -Kleuvenveld

Multiple Iron Age settlements within test trenches excavation… Landscape context The Kleuvenveld was situated on a plateau which was bordered on three sides by brooks. The soil consist of coversand with boulderclay underneath at a depth of over 1.20 m. Traces of heathland soil was found underneath the recent agricultural topsoil layer. Nowadays the Kleuvenveld has Read more about Peelo -Kleuvenveld[…]

Hoornboegse heide

Hilversum – Hoornboegse heide

A barely visible Celtic field close to Amsterdam… Read more…                                                                    .   Landscape context The Hoornboegse Heide is situated on the flanks of a push-moraine landscape, south of the city of Hilversum. Peat has been able to extend itself towards the edges of the push-moraine and has remained present in the southwestern part until far into the Middle Read more about Hilversum – Hoornboegse heide[…]

Assen - Messenveld

Assen – Messchenveld

A Celtic field close to urban and industrial areas… Read more…                                                                                                                                     . Landscape context Messchenveld II is situated on an extension of the coversand plateau and is bordered on three sides, in a natural way, by brook valleys. Only in the northwestern part a rise is visible in the landscape, caused by a coversand ridge. The Celtic fields complex seems Read more about Assen – Messchenveld[…]