Mesolithic camp of hunter-gatherers, Ede, Netherlands, about 6000 B.C.
Use of animal products (here the wolf) in prehistory.
Iron age house and domestic activities, the netherlands.
Burial of a roman soldier, third century, the netherlands.
Cremation of a deceased near an iron age settlement. Watercolour.
Bronze age settlement and interior. Oil paint on paper.
Settlement, 4th century b.C.. Watercolour.
Agora and acropolis of Athens, fifth century B.C.
An actuaria, a roman coaster. First century,
Olive press on Roman Villa Rustica, first century.
Roman villa Rustica, first century.
Grape picking on roman Villa Rustica, first century.
Bird’s eye view of settlement, Ede, Netherlands, third century.
Deposition of statues of Household gods, Ede, Netherlands, third century.
After the cremation, Ede, Netherlands, third century.
Deposition of military gear by a Roman legionnaire, fourth century. Oil paint on paper.
Ceide Fields is a neolithic site on the atlantic coast of Ireland. The area contains remains of a large structure of stone walls that served to keep live stock, as well as other structures amongst which the Behy burial tomb. Today the site is covered with a thick layer of bog that is the result of climate change due to the deforestation and use of the area during the neolithic period. This impression displays the cremation of a deceased famile member, in front of the behy tomb.