Wim Wouters

Assistant in archaeozoology
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Key Publications
Q. Goffette, Verstraelen, N. , and Wouters, W. , Anthisnes/Anthisnes : alimentation d{'}origine animale et coq de combat, l{'}apport des restes fauniques du Moyen Âge et de l{'}Epoque moderne, Chronique de l'Archéologie wallonne, vol. 24, pp. 186-187, 2016.
C. Draily, Court-Picon, M. , Damblon, F. , De Wilde, B. , Juvigné, E. , Pirson, S. , Stewart, J. , Toussaint, M. , Van Neer, W. , and Wouters, W. , La grotte Walou, un site exceptionnel du Paléolithique, in Carnets du Patrimoine, vol. 120, C. Draily Institut du Patrimoine wallon, 2014, p. 40p.
M. Derreumaux, Pigière, F. , Wouters, W. , and Van Neer, W. , Arlon/Arlon : une sauce de poissons gauloise dans le vicus d'Arlon, approche archéozoologique et carpologique, Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne, vol. 18, pp. 186-188, 2011.
W. Van Neer, Udrescu, M. , and Wouters, W. , Namur/Namur: la faune mésolithique de l'ancienne Place Saint-Hilaire, Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne, vol. 14, pp. 180-181, 2007.
F. Pigière, Udrescu, M. , Van Neer, W. , and Wouters, W. , Namur/Namur: étude archéozoologique du site de la rue d'Harscamp, Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne, vol. 13, pp. 247-248, 2006.
Professional experiences

01/01/2005 > 31/12/2013: attaché

Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

01/09/2000 > 31/12/2004: specialised technician

Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren

2016

Q. Goffette, Verstraelen, N. , and Wouters, W. , Anthisnes/Anthisnes : alimentation d{'}origine animale et coq de combat, l{'}apport des restes fauniques du Moyen Âge et de l{'}Epoque moderne, Chronique de l'Archéologie wallonne, vol. 24, pp. 186-187, 2016.

2014

C. Draily, Court-Picon, M. , Damblon, F. , De Wilde, B. , Juvigné, E. , Pirson, S. , Stewart, J. , Toussaint, M. , Van Neer, W. , and Wouters, W. , La grotte Walou, un site exceptionnel du Paléolithique, in Carnets du Patrimoine, vol. 120, C. Draily Institut du Patrimoine wallon, 2014, p. 40p.

2011

M. Derreumaux, Pigière, F. , Wouters, W. , and Van Neer, W. , Arlon/Arlon : une sauce de poissons gauloise dans le vicus d'Arlon, approche archéozoologique et carpologique, Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne, vol. 18, pp. 186-188, 2011.

2007

W. Van Neer, Udrescu, M. , and Wouters, W. , Namur/Namur: la faune mésolithique de l'ancienne Place Saint-Hilaire, Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne, vol. 14, pp. 180-181, 2007.

2006

F. Pigière, Udrescu, M. , Van Neer, W. , and Wouters, W. , Namur/Namur: étude archéozoologique du site de la rue d'Harscamp, Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne, vol. 13, pp. 247-248, 2006.
01/04/2012 to 30/09/2017

CORES: Comparing regionality and sustainability in Pisidia, Boeotia, Picenum and NW Gaul between Iron and Middle Ages (1,000 BC - AD 1,000)

The aim of the project is to approach the concepts of regionality and sustainability in four ancient regions, Pisidia, Boeotia, Picenum and NW Gaul, from 1000 BC to 1000 AD, through the interdisciplinary study of long-term waves of regional change and development in a comparative framework.
01/01/2005 to 31/12/2014

Archaeosciences applied to sites in Wallonia

Set up of an expert team in archaeosciences dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of sites in Wallonia.The team members assist the archaeologists in the field and, through their lab analyses, assure the reconstruction of the former environment and subsistence practices.The team collaborates to the preparation of publications and exhibits.
01/01/2010 to 31/12/2014

The former occurrence of sturgeon in the North Sea: the contribution of archaeozoology and ancient DNA

Doctoral thesis by Els Thieren at the Faculty of Sciences KU Leuven on the identification of the sturgeon species occurring in the North Sea during prehistoric and historic times. The study material includes both modern and archaeological specimens.
01/01/2007 to 31/12/2014

Archaeosciences applied to sites in the Brussels Capital Region

Archaeozoological, archaeobotanical and anthropological analyses on sites from the Brussels-Capital Region in order to reconstruct the former environment, agricultural practices, human diet and health, and funerary practices.
01/10/2011 to 30/09/2014

Divergent pathways to early food production and early complex societies: archaeozoological data from northeastern Africa

Through archaeozoological analyses the project aims at demonstrating that possible pathways to food production, resulting in the rise of complex societies and probably the most important development in human history, are very diverse and that the models from Eurasia are not valid in Africa. The role of the natural environment is thereby tested.
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