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Dr. Tymon de Haas

Dr. Tymon de Haas
Dr.
Tymon
de Haas
Poststraat 6, 9712 RJ, Groningen
t.c.a.de.haas@rug.nl
Post-doctoral researcher
http://rug.academia.edu/TymondeHaas
Projects: Džarylgač Survey Project (DSP), Pontine Region Project (PRP), Raganello Archaeological Project (RAP), The Minor Centers Project
Publications: Fields, frams and colonists. Intensive field survey and Early Roman Colonization in the Pontine region, Central Italy
After graduating in Archaeology and Prehistory (cum laude) at the University of Groningen, I have as a researcher been involved in archaeological projects in central and southern Italy and in Crimea, Ukrain and I have taught various courses at BA level. From 2005 onwards I have been working on my dissertation entitled Fields, farms and colonists: intensive field survey and early Roman colonization in the Pontine region, central Italy, which I successfully defended in December 2011. Since October 2011 I am employed as a post-doctoral researcher within the project Fora, stationes and sanctuaries: the role of minor centres in the Roman economy (in short: the Minor Centers Project).

Selected bibliography:

- T.C.A. de Haas & G.W. Tol (forthcoming), ‘Roman expansion and the economic integration of the Pontine region: a comparative approach’, in: Farinetti, E. (ed.), With the Adriatic in the Middle: Comparative Issues in Romanized Landscapes in Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean.

- De Haas, T. (2012) ‘Beyond dots on the map: intensive survey data and the interpretation of small sites and off-site distributions’, in Attema, P. & G. Schörner (eds) Comparative issues in the archaeology of the Roman rural landscape, site classification between survey, excavation and historical categories. JRA supplementary series vol. 88 Portsmouth, 55-79.

- Attema, P. and T. de Haas (2012) ‘Intensive on-site artefact survey and proto-urbanization,

case studies from central and south Italy’. In: F. Vermeulen, G.-J. Burgers, S. Keay, and C. Corsi (eds.): Urban landscape survey in Italy and the Mediterranean. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 1–12.

- Attema, P., P. Guldager Bilde, T. de Haas, S. Handberg, M. van Kruining, W. de Neef, M. Niekus, S.

Lancov, C. Meyer, D. Pilz, T. Smekalova, V. Stolba, K. van der Veer, C. Williamson, & K. Winther-Jacobsen (2012) The Džarylgač Survey Project. Black Sea Studies 14 Aarhus, Aarhus University Press.

- De Haas, T.C.A. (2011) Fields, farms and colonists. Intensive field survey and early Roman colonization in the Pontine region, central Italy, PhD thesis, Rijksuniversteit Groningen Groningen Archaeological Studies vol. 15

- Attema, P.A.J., T.C.A. de Haas & G.W. Tol (2011), Between Satricum and Antium: Settlement dynamics in a coastal landscape in Latium Vetus BABesch Annual Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology, supplement 18, Leuven, Peeters.

- De Haas, T.C.A., G. Tol & P. Attema (2011) Investing in the colonia and ager of Antium. Facta 5, 111-144.

- Attema, P.A.J. & T.C.A.de Haas (2011) ‘Rural settlement and population extrapolation, a case study from the ager of Antium, central Italy (350 BC – AD 400)’, in Bowman, A. & A. Wilson (eds), Settlement, Urbanisation and Population Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy 2. Oxford, 97-140.

- Attema, P. & T. de Haas (2005) ‘Villas and farmsteads in the Pontine region between 300 BC and 300 AD: a landscape archaeological approach’ In: Santillo Frizzel, B. & A. Klynne eds, Roman villas around the Urbs. Interaction with landscape and environment. Proceedings of the conference at the Swedish Institute in Rome, September 17-18, 2004. Rome, Swedish Institute in Rome, 97-112.

Regions: Central Italy, Crim, Southern Italy
Periods: Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman
Institutes: University of Groningen