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Vermeulen, F., 1988. Sint-Denijs-Westrem. Een inheems-Romeinse wegnederzetting met uitgestrekte begraafplaats op het voormalige vliegveld. In S.n. Speuren, spitten, sparen. Oost-Vlaanderen archeologisch doorgelicht. Gent: Gemeentekrediet, pp. 81-84.
Vermeulen, F., 1996. Sandy flanders in the Roman period: towards a regional research strategy. In Archaeological and Historical Aspects of West-European Societies. Album Amicorum André Van Doorselaer. Acta Archaeologica Lovaniensia Monographiae. Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 135-144.
Opsteyn, L. & Lodewijckx, M., 1998. Romeins Wange in een ruimer perspectief. In H. Thoen e.a. Romeinendag 1 april 1998. Leuven, pp. 13-16.
Wouters, W. e.a., 1999. Romeinse sporen op het Distrigastraject Opwijk-Raeren. In H. Thoen e.a. Romeinendag 24 maart 1999. Gent, pp. 34-36.
Maes, M. e.a., 1999. Romeinen op het (HST)spoor. De villa van Hoegaarden-Goudberg. In H. Thoen e.a. Romeinendag 24 maart 1999. Gent, pp. 37-40.
Nouwen, R., 2004. Roman Politics and Local History: Augustus and his Military Policy in the Low Countries. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in Confrontation. Aspects of Roman Military Presence in the Northwest. Studies in honour of Prof. Em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Ghent, pp. 17-30.
Vermeulen, F., 2004. Roads for Soldiers and Civilians in the Civitas Menapiorum. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in Confrontation. Aspects of Roman Military Presence in the Northwest. Studies in honour of Prof. Em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Ghent, pp. 125-141.
Vermeulen, F., 2004. Roads for Soldiers and Civilians in the Civitas Menapiorum. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in Confrontation. Aspects of Roman Military Presence in the Northwest. Studies in honour of Prof. Em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Ghent, pp. 125-141.
Verbruggen, C., 2001. Reconstructing the vegetation of Roman Flanders. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven, p. 15.
Vermeulen, F. & Hageman, B., 2001. Protohistoric and Roman roads, routes and tracks in Sandy Flanders: identification in the field. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven - Parijs - Sterling, Virginia, pp. 97-113.
Vermeulen, F. & Hageman, B., 2001. Protohistoric and Roman roads, routes and tracks in Sandy Flanders: identification in the field. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven - Parijs - Sterling, Virginia, pp. 97-113.
Hageman, B., 2001. Processing ancient linear traces on aerial photographs. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Leuven, pp. 41-42.
Bastiaens, J. e.a., 2001. Picturing landscape and agriculture in Flanders in Roman times: a view from archaeobotany. In F. Vermeulen & Antrop, M. Ancient Lines in the Landscape. A Geo-Archaeological Study of Protohistoric and Roman Roads and Field Systems in Northwestern Gaul. Babesh - Supplement. Leuven, pp. 146-147.
Verbruggen, C., 1982. Palynologische gegevens. In F. Vermeulen, Verhaeghe, F., & Bourgeois, J. Vondsten uit de Ijzertijd en Romeinse Tijd te Sint-Martens-Latem (Papenaard). Heemkring Scheldeveld Jaarboek. Gent, pp. 37-40.
Verbruggen, C., 1986. Palynological analysis of some samples from the Roman site of Asper-Jolleveld. In F. Vermeulen The Roman Settlement and Cemetery at Asper (Gavere, East Flanders). Scholae Archaeologicae. Gent, pp. 137-142.
De Ceunynck, R., 1986. Palaeobotanical analysis of some samples from the roman site of Asper-Jolleveld. In F. Vermeulen The Roman Settlement and Cemetery at Asper (Gavere, East Flanders). Scholae Archaeologicae. Gent, pp. 134-136.
Bellens, T. & Vanderhoeven, A., 1999. Noodonderzoek aan het Vrijthof in Romeins Tongeren. In H. Thoen e.a. Romeinendag 24 maart 1999. Gent, pp. 19-22.
Sas, K., 2004. ‘Military’ Bracelets in Oudenburg: Troop Movements, Origins and Relations in the Litus Saxonicum in the 4th century AD. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in Confrontation: Aspects of Roman Military Presence in the Northwest. Studies in honour of Prof. Em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Gent, pp. 343-378.
Gautier, A., 1986. Mammalian remains from the Roman site Asper-Jolleveld (East Flanders, Belgium, 40-250 A.D.). In F. Vermeulen The Roman Settlement and Cemetery at Asper (Gavere, East Flanders). Scholae Archaeologicae. Gent, pp. 132-134.
Langohr, R., 2004. Maldegem-Vake. Selection of Contributions from Soil Science. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in Confrontation. Aspects of Roman Military Presence in the Northwest. Studies in honour of Prof. Em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Gent, pp. 181-190.
Crombé, P., 1991. L'occupation préhistorique dans le nord-ouest de la plaine de la Vallée Flamande. Analyse de résultats de prospection. In H. Thoen e.a. Studia Archaeologica, Liber Amicorum Jacques A.E. Nenquin. Gent, pp. 101-107.
Hollevoet, Y., 2004. Le site militaire d'Oudenburg et la Bretagne insulaire durant l'Antiquité tardive: quelques éléments inédits. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in Confrontation. Aspects of Roman Military Presence in the Northwest. Studies in honour of Prof. Em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Gent, pp. 335-342.
Thoen, H., 1991. Le camp romain de Maldegem (Flandre orientale, Belgique) et les invasions des Chauques en 172-174 de notre . In H. Thoen e.a. Liber Amicorum Jacques A.E. Nenquin. Studia Archaeologica. Gent, pp. 185-200.

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