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2001
Antrop, M. & Wiedemann, T., 2001. Geography of the landscape of the Civitas Menapiorum. 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. 9-14.
Wiedemann, T., Antrop, M. & Vermeulen, F., 2001. GIS-analysis of possible ancient normative field systems in the Civitas Menapiorum. 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: Peters, pp. 117-138.
Wiedemann, T., Antrop, M. & Vermeulen, F., 2001. GIS-analysis of possible ancient normative field systems in the Civitas Menapiorum. 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: Peters, pp. 117-138.
Antrop, M., Vermeulen, F. & Wiedemann, T., 2001. GIS and spatial analysis for the study of Roman roads and field patterns in the Civita Menapiorum. In B. Slapsãk On the good use of geographic information systems in archaeological landscape studies. Luxemburg: Official Publications of het European Commission, pp. 61-79.
Hageman, B., 2001. Inventory of selected sites 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. 181-219.
Vermeulen, F., 2001. Les campagnes de la Belgique septentrionale et des Pays-Bas méridionaux aux IVe et Ve siècle. In P. Ouzoulias e.a. IVe colloque de l'association AGER. Les campagnes de la Gaule à la fin de l'Antiquité. Actes du colloque Montpelier 11-14 mars 1998. Antibes, pp. 45-68.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bourgeois, J. e.a., 2001. Some excavated protohistoric and Roman field systems in Sandy 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, pp. 139-150.
Bourgeois, J. e.a., 2001. Some excavated protohistoric and Roman field systems in Sandy 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, pp. 139-150.
Vermeulen, F., 2001. The basic Roman road network in the Civitas Menapiorum. 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. 77-81.
Vermeulen, F., 2001. The basic Roman road network in the Civitas Menapiorum. 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. 77-81.
Hageman, B. & Semey, J., 2001. Towards a typology of the ancient field systems. 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. 151-175.
Antrop, M. & Wiedemann, T., 2001. Using GIS to study ancient linear marks. 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. 43-66.
2004
Erdrich, M., 2004. Anmerkungen zut historischen Hintergrund des Truppenlagers von Maldegem-Vake. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in confrontation. Aspects of Roman military presence in the Northwest. Studies in honour of Prof. dr. Em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports of Ghent University. Gent: Story-Scientia, pp. 155-164.
Leman, P., 2004. A propos de quelques lieux de la Notitia Dignitatum. Etat de la recherche et suggestions. 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. 213-215.
Vanderhoeven, A. & Vanderhoeven, M., 2004. Confrontation in archaeology: aspects of Roman military presence in Tongeren. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in confrontation. Aspects of Roman military presence in the Northwest; Studies in honour of prof. dr. em. Hugo Thoen. Archaeological Reports Ghent University. Gent, pp. 143-154.
Demeulemeester, J., 2004. Fortifications romaines de la côte flamande et leurs occupation médiévale: quelques réflexions. In F. Vermeulen, Sas, K., & Dhaeze, W. Archaeology in Confrontation - Aspects of Roman presence in the Northwest. Gent, pp. 134-135.
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.
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.
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.
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.

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