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  • Authors: Heal, Tobias; Disser, Alexandre; Mercier, Florence; Sarah, Guillaume; +1 Authors

    Long dismissed as a backwater, increased study of the Rhine Delta in the Early Middle Ages has revealed considerable wealth and prosperity in even the most isolated of sites. The 6th–8th century Merovingian settlement at Oegstgeest is a good example of such. Despite its seeming remoteness and small size, its excavation found evidence for the creation and importation of quality goods, seemingly without any connection to existing elite structures. This study examined one aspect of this prosperity (iron working) to gain a better understanding of the role of Oegstgeest within its socioeconomic environment. Metallurgical and chemical characterisation was undertaken on thirteen metal samples and twenty-three slag samples from Oegstgeest. The results of this study established the use of quality metals and advanced forging techniques. This suggests that the inhabitants of Oegstgeest had the required contacts to obtain such materials, as well as the presence of skilled artisans with the time and demand to put their experience into practice. Further study found definite evidence of iron and copper alloys being worked in tandem. A provenance study was also undertaken on the metallic samples. Possible matches were established between the material from Oegstgeest with Lorraine in Eastern France as well as a potential connection to Southern Germany. In short, the results of this study suggest complement that of other the other finds of the settlement, suggesting that Oegstgeest was integrated into regional trade networks of the Early Middle Ages.

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  • Authors: Ferrer-Bartomeu, Jérémie;

    Présentation de mes recherches en cours sur la genèse des phénomènes institutionnelles dans la France des guerres de Religion en prenant comme point de départ des institutions bureaucratiques dans la France du nord du premier XVIe siècle le laboratoire bourguignons et la cour de Bourgogne. Presentation of my ongoing research on the genesis of institutional phenomena in France during the Wars of Religion, starting with bureaucratic institutions in northern France of the early 16th century, using the Burgundian laboratory and the Court of Burgundy as a foundation.

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  • Authors: Cook, Brian R.; Satizábal, Paula; Touch, Van; McGregor, Andrew; +7 Authors

    This historical overview uses a political ecology approach to examine agricultural change over time in Northwest Cambodia. It focuses on key historical periods, actors, and processes that continue to shape power, land, and farming relations in the region, emphasizing the relevance of this history for contemporary investments in agricultural extension services and research as part of the Zero Hunger by 2030 policy agenda for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Agricultural extension projects need to engage critically with historically complex and dynamic power, land, and farming relations – not only as the basis of social relations but as central to understanding the contemporary manifestation of farmer decision making and practice. Initiatives such as the SDGs replicate long histories of externally driven power-relations that orient benefits from changed practices towards elites in urban centers or distant global actors. Efforts to realize zero hunger by 2030 are endangered by neglect for the path-dependency of power-land-farming relations, which stretch from the past into the present to structure farmer decision making and practice.

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  • Authors: Derwael, Stéphanie; Delbarre-Baertschi, Sophie;
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  • Authors: Heal, Tobias; Disser, Alexandre; Mercier, Florence; Sarah, Guillaume; +1 Authors

    Long dismissed as a backwater, increased study of the Rhine Delta in the Early Middle Ages has revealed considerable wealth and prosperity in even the most isolated of sites. The 6th–8th century Merovingian settlement at Oegstgeest is a good example of such. Despite its seeming remoteness and small size, its excavation found evidence for the creation and importation of quality goods, seemingly without any connection to existing elite structures. This study examined one aspect of this prosperity (iron working) to gain a better understanding of the role of Oegstgeest within its socioeconomic environment. Metallurgical and chemical characterisation was undertaken on thirteen metal samples and twenty-three slag samples from Oegstgeest. The results of this study established the use of quality metals and advanced forging techniques. This suggests that the inhabitants of Oegstgeest had the required contacts to obtain such materials, as well as the presence of skilled artisans with the time and demand to put their experience into practice. Further study found definite evidence of iron and copper alloys being worked in tandem. A provenance study was also undertaken on the metallic samples. Possible matches were established between the material from Oegstgeest with Lorraine in Eastern France as well as a potential connection to Southern Germany. In short, the results of this study suggest complement that of other the other finds of the settlement, suggesting that Oegstgeest was integrated into regional trade networks of the Early Middle Ages.

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  • Authors: Ferrer-Bartomeu, Jérémie;

    Présentation de mes recherches en cours sur la genèse des phénomènes institutionnelles dans la France des guerres de Religion en prenant comme point de départ des institutions bureaucratiques dans la France du nord du premier XVIe siècle le laboratoire bourguignons et la cour de Bourgogne. Presentation of my ongoing research on the genesis of institutional phenomena in France during the Wars of Religion, starting with bureaucratic institutions in northern France of the early 16th century, using the Burgundian laboratory and the Court of Burgundy as a foundation.

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  • Authors: Cook, Brian R.; Satizábal, Paula; Touch, Van; McGregor, Andrew; +7 Authors

    This historical overview uses a political ecology approach to examine agricultural change over time in Northwest Cambodia. It focuses on key historical periods, actors, and processes that continue to shape power, land, and farming relations in the region, emphasizing the relevance of this history for contemporary investments in agricultural extension services and research as part of the Zero Hunger by 2030 policy agenda for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Agricultural extension projects need to engage critically with historically complex and dynamic power, land, and farming relations – not only as the basis of social relations but as central to understanding the contemporary manifestation of farmer decision making and practice. Initiatives such as the SDGs replicate long histories of externally driven power-relations that orient benefits from changed practices towards elites in urban centers or distant global actors. Efforts to realize zero hunger by 2030 are endangered by neglect for the path-dependency of power-land-farming relations, which stretch from the past into the present to structure farmer decision making and practice.

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