You are here: Home / Rezensionen / Zeitschriften / Jülicher Geschichtsblätter. Jahrbuch des Jülicher Geschichtsvereins / 85/86 (2017/2018) / The Saint-Servatius Complex in Maastricht. The Vrijhof Excavation (1969–1970)
Social Media Buttons fb twitter twitter twitter
  • Metadata

    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Jülicher Geschichtsblätter. Jahrbuch des Jülicher Geschichtsvereins
      Pages
      394-397
      Author (Review)
      • Ristow, Sebastian
      Language (Review)
      Deutsch
      Language (Monograph)
      English
      Editor (Monograph)
      • Theuws, F. C. W. J.
      • Kars, Mirjam
      • Brandenburgh, Chrystel
      Title
      The Saint-Servatius Complex in Maastricht. The Vrijhof Excavation (1969–1970)
      Subtitle
      Roman Infrastructure – Merovingian Cemetery, Carolingian Cemetery – Early Town Development
      Year of publication
      2017
      Place of publication
      Bonn
      Publisher
      Habelt-Verlag
      Series
      Merovingian Archaeology in the Low Countries
      Series (vol.)
      4
      Number of pages
      608
      ISBN
      978-3-7749-4024-6
      Subject classification
      Archaeology, Local History
      Time classification
      until 499 AD → 1st - 5th century AD, Middle Ages → 6th - 12th century, 20th century → 1960 - 1969, 20th century → 1970 - 1979
      Regional classification
      Europe → Western Europe → Netherlands
      Subject headings
      Vrijthof <Maastricht>
      Ausgrabung
      Funde
      Geschichte 300-1100
      Geschichte 1969-1979
      recensio.net-ID
      101d8bb158954a788e1709e49459c7df
  • Citation rules

  • Terms of licence

    • This article may be downloaded and/or used within the private copying exemption. Any further use without permission of the rights owner shall be subject to legal licences (§§ 44a-63a UrhG / German Copyright Act).

F. C. W. J. Theuws / Mirjam Kars / Chrystel Brandenburgh (eds.): The Saint-Servatius Complex in Maastricht. The Vrijhof Excavation (1969–1970). Roman Infrastructure – Merovingian Cemetery, Carolingian Cemetery – Early Town Development (reviewed by Sebastian Ristow)