Peer-reviewed articles in journals covered by the Science Citation Index 
  • Smis, A., Van Damme, S.,  Struyf, E., Clymans, W., van Wesemael, B., Frot, E., Vandevenne, F., Van Hoestenberghe, T., Govers, G., Meire, P. 2010. A trade-off between dissolved and amorphous silica transport during peak-flow events (Scheldt river basin, Belgium): impacts of precipitation intensity on terrestrial Si dynamics in strongly cultivated catchments. Biogeochemistry doi: 10.1007/s10533-010-9527-1
  • van Wesemael, B., Paustian, K., Andrén, O., Cerri, CEP., Dodd, M., Etchevers, J., Goidts, E., Grace, P., Kätterer, P., McConkey, BG., Ogle, S., Pan, G., Siebner, C. 2010. How can soil monitoring networks be used to improve predictions of organic carbon pool dynamics and CO2 fluxes in agricultural soils? Plant and Soil. DOI 10.1007/s11104-010-0567-z
  • Sougnez, N., van Wesemael, B. and Vanacker, V. 2010. Low Erosion Rates measured for Steep, Sparsely Vegetated Catchments in Southeast Spain. Catena. Doi: 10.1016/j.catena.2010.08.010
  • Bartholomeus, H., Kooistra, L., Stevens, A., van Leeuwen, M., van Wesemael, B., Ben Dor , E. and Tychon, B. 2010 Soil Organic Carbon mapping of partially vegetated agricultural fields with imaging spectroscopy. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. Doi: 10.1016/j.jag.2010.06.009
  • Meersmans, J., van Wesemael, B., Goidts, E., De Ridder, F., De Baets, S. , Van Molle, M. 2010. Spatial analysis of soil organic carbon evolution in Belgian croplands and grasslands, 1960-2006. Global  Change Biology doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02183.x
  • Evrard, O., Heitz, C., Liégeois, M., Boardman, J., Vandaele, K., Auzet, A.V. and van Wesemael, B. (2010).  A comparison of management approaches to control muddy floods in central Belgium, northern France and southern England. Land Degradation and Development 21, 322-335. [IF 0.856]
  • Van Wesemael, B., Paustian, K., Meersmans, J., Goidts, E., Barancikova, G. and Easter, M. 2010. Agricultural management explains historic changes in regional SOC stocks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107, 14926-14930.
  • Stevens, A., Udelhoven, T., Denis, A., Tychon, B., Lioy, R., Hoffmann, L. and van Wesemael, B. 2010. Measuring soil organic carbon in croplands at regional scale using imaging spectroscopy. Geoderma 158, 32-45
  • Meersmans. J., van Wesemael B. and Van Molle M. 2009. Determining soil organic carbon for agricultural soils: a comparison between the Walkley & Black and the dry combustion method (north Belgium). Soil Use and Management 25, 346-353.
  • Goidts, E., van Wesemael, B. and Van Oost, K. 2009. Driving forces of soil organic carbon evolution at a regional scale using data from a stratified soil monitoring. Global Change Biology 15, 2981-3000 [IF 4.786]
  • Goidts, E., van Wesemael, B. and Crucifix, M. 2009. Magnitude and sources of uncertainties on soil organic carbon stock assessments at various scales. European Journal of Soil Science 60, 723-739 [IF 2.730] 
  • Meersmans, J., van Wesemael, B., De Ridder, F., Fallas Dotti, M., De Baets, S. and Van Molle, M., 2009.  Changes in organic carbon distribution with depth in agricultural soils in northern Belgium, 1960-1990. Global Change Biology 15, 2739-2750 [IF 4.786]
  • Meerkerk, A.L., van Wesemael, B., Bellin, N. 2009. Overland flow in semi-arid catchments: the impact of terrace failure on hydrological connectivity. Hydrological Processes 23, 2792-2803.
  • Frot, E. and van Wesemael, B. 2009. Predicting runoff from semi arid hillslopes as source areas for water harvesting in the Sierra de Gador, southeast Spain. Catena 79, 83-92.
  • Meersmans, J., van Wesemael, B., De Ridder, F., Canters, F., Van Molle, M., 2009. Modelling the three-dimensional spatial distribution of soil organic carbon (SOC) at the regional scale (Flanders, Belgium). Geoderma 152, 43-52 [IF 1.898]
  • Evrard, O., Cerdan, O., van Wesemael, B., Chauvet, M., Le Bissonnais, Y., Raclot, D., Vandaele, K., Andrieux, P and Bielders, C., 2009. Reliability of an expert-based runoff and erosion model : application of STREAM to different environments. Catena 78, 129-141.
  • Bellin, N., van Wesemael, B., Meerkerk, A., Vanacker, V. and González Barberá, G., 2009 Abandonment of soil and water conservation structures in Mediterranean ecosystems. A case study from south east Spain. Catena 76, 114-121. [IF 1.346]
  • Meerkerk, A., van Wesemael, B. and Cammeraat, L.H. 2008. Water availability in almond orchards on marl soils in south east Spain: The role of evaporation and runoff. Journal of Arid Environments 72, 2168-2178. [IF 1.349]
  • Stevens, A. and van Wesemael, B. 2008 Soil organic carbon stock in the Belgian Ardennes as affected by afforestation and deforestation from 1868 to 2005. Forest Ecology and Management 256, 1527-1539. [IF 1.579]
  • Lesschen, JP, Cammeraat, LH, Kooijman, A. van Wesemael, B., 2008. Development of spatial heterogeneity in vegetation and soil properties after land abandonment in Southeast Spain. Journal of Arid Environments 72, 2082-2092 [IF 1.349]
  • Lettens, S., Van Orshoven, J., Perrin, D., van Wesemael, B. and Muys B. 2008 Organic carbon stocks and stock changes of forest biomass in Belgium derived from forest inventory data in a spatially explicit approach. Annals of Forest Science 65, 604. [IF 1.591]
  • Evrard, O., Vandaele, K., van Wesemael, B. and Bielders, C.L., 2008. Monitoring a grassed waterway and earthen dams to control muddy floods from a cultivated catchment. Geomorphology 100, 419-428 [IF 1.854].
  • Evrard, O., Vandaele, K., Bielders, CL and van Wesemael, B., 2008. Seasonal evolution of runoff generation on agricultural land in the Belgian loess belt and implications for muddy flood triggering. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33, 1285-1301 [IF 1.917]
  • Frot, E., van Wesemael, B., Solé-Benet, A. and House, M.A., 2008. Water harvesting potential in function of  hillslope characteristics, a case study from the Sierra de Gador (Almeria province, southeast Spain). Journal of Arid Environments 72, 1213-1231 [IF 1.349].
  • Stevens, A., van Wesemael, B., Bartholomeus, H., Rosillon, D., Tychon, B. and Ben-Dor, E.,2008. Laboratory, field and airborne spectroscopy for monitoring organic carbon content in agricultural soils. Geoderma 144, 395-404[IF 1.898].
  • Stevens, A. and van Wesemael, B., 2008. Soil organic carbon dynamics at regional scale as influenced by land use history: a case study in forest soils from southern Belgium. Soil Use and Management 24, 69-79[IF 0.795].
  • Dendoncker, N., van Wesemael, B., Smith, P., Lettens, S., Roelandt, C. and Rounsevell, M., 2008. Assessing scale effects on modelled soil organic carbon contents as a result of land use change in Belgium. Soil Use and Management 24, 8-18 [IF 0.795].
  • Lettens, S., De Vos, B., Quataert, P., van Wesemael, B., Muys, B. and Van Orshoven, J. 2007. Variable carbon recovery of Walkley-Black analysis and implications for national soil organic carbon inventories. European Journal of Soil Science 58, 1244-1253 [IF 2.730].
  • Goidts, E., van Wesemael, B. 2007.  Regional assessment of the changes in soil organic carbon stocks of agricultural soils in southern Belgium between 1955 and 2005. Geoderma 141, 341-354 [IF 1.898].
  • Evrard, O., Bielders, C.L., Vandaele, K. and van Wesemael, B. 2007. Spatial and temporal variation of muddy floods in central Belgium: Off-site impacts and potential control measures. Catena 70, 443-454. [IF 1.346]
  • Frot, E., van Wesemael, B., Vandenschrick, G., Souchez, R. and Solé Benet, A. 2007. Rainfall typology for recharge of a karstic aquifer in the western Mediterranean. Sierra de Gador - Campo de Dalias (South-east Spain). Hydrological Processes 21, 359-368 [IF 1.798].
  • Roelandt, C., Dendoncker, N., Rounsevell, M., Perrin, D. and van Wesemael, B. 2007. Projecting future N2O emissions from agricultural soils in Belgium. Global Change Biology 13, 18-27 [IF 4.786].
  • Evrard, O., Persoons, E., Vandaele, K. and van Wesemael, B. 2007. Impacts of spatial and temporal land cover change on the muddy floods in the loam belt : a case study in a village of Belgium. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 118, 149-158 [IF 2.308]
  • van Wesemael, B., Rambaud, X., Poesen, J., Mulligan, M., Cammeraat, E. and Stevens A., 2006. Spatial patterns of land degradation and their impacts on the water balance of rainfed treecrops: a case study  in south east Spain. Geoderma 133, 43-56 [IF 1.898].
  • Stevens, A., van Wesemael, B., Vandenschrick, G., Touré, S. and Tychon, B. 2006. Detection of Carbon Stock Change in Agricultural Soils Using Spectroscopic Techniques. Soil Science Society of America Journal 70, 844-850 [IF 2.104].
  • Smith, P., Andrén, O., Karlsson, T., Perälä, P., Regina, K., Rounsevell, M. & van Wesemael, B., 2005. Carbon sequestration potential in European croplands has been overestimated. Global Change Biology 11, 2153-2163 [IF 4.786].
  • Lettens, S., Van Orshoven, J., van Wesemael, B., Muys, B. and Perrin, D., 2005. Soil organic carbon changes in landscape units of Belgium between 1960 and 2000 with reference to 1990. Global Change Biology 11, 2128-2140 [IF 4.786].
  • Vande Walle, I., Van Camp, N., Perrin, D., Lemeur, R., Lust, N., van Wesemael, B. , Laitat, E., 2005. Growing stock-based assessment of the carbon stock in the Belgian forest biomass. Annals of Forest Science 62, 853-864 [IF 1.591].
  • Roelandt, C., van Wesemael, B. and Rounsevell, M., 2005. Estimating annual  N2O emissions from agricultural soils in temperate climates, Global Change Biology 11, 1701-1711[IF 4.786].
  • van Wesemael, B., Lettens, S., Roelandt, C. and Van Orshoven, J., 2005. Modelling the evolution of regional carbon stocks in Belgian cropland soils. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 85, 511-521[IF 1.007].
  • Lettens, S., Van Orshoven, J., van Wesemael, B., De Vos, B. and Muys, B. (2005) SOC content and SOC content change of landscape units in Belgium derived from heterogeneous datasets for 1990 and 2000. Geoderma 127, 11-23 [IF 1.898]
  • Dendoncker, N., van Wesemael, B., Rounsevell, M. and Roelandt, C., 2004. Belgium’s CO2 mitigation potential under improved cropland management. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 103, 101-116 [IF 2.308]
  • Lettens, S., Van Orshoven, J., van Wesemael, B. and Muys, B., 2004. Soil organic and inorganic carbon content of landscape units in Belgium for 1950 – 1970. Soil Use and Management 20, 40-47[IF 0.795]
  • Van Wesemael, B., Cammeraat, L.H., Mulligan, M. and Burke, S., 2003. The impact of soil properties and topography on drought vulnerability of rainfed cropping systems in southern Spain. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 94, 1-15 [IF 2.308].
  • Vandenschrick, G., van Wesemael, B., Frot, E., Pulido-Bosch, A., Molina, L.,  Stiévenard, M. and Souchez, R. 2002. Using stable isotope analysis (dD-d18O) to characterise the regional hydrology of the Sierra de Gador, S-E Spain. Journal of Hydrology 265, 43-55 [IF 2.161].
  • van Wesemael, B. and Lambin, E.F., 2001. Carbon sinks and conserving biodiversity. Science Volume 294, Number 5549, 2094-2095 [IF 26.372].
  • van Wesemael, B., Mulligan, M. and Poesen, J., 2000. Spatial patterns of soil water balance on intensively cultivated hillslopes in a semiarid environment: the impact of rock fragments and soil thickness. Hydrological Processes 14, 1811-1828 [IF 1.798].
  • Mellouli, H.J., van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J. and Hartmann, R., 2000, Evaporation losses from bare soils as influenced by cultivation techniques in semi-arid regions. Agricultural water Management 42, 355-369 [IF 1.388].
  • Quine, T.A., Govers, G., Poesen, J., Walling, D., van Wesemael, B. and Martinez Fernandez, J., 1999. Fine earth translocation by tillage in stony soils in the Guadalentin, south-east Spain: An investigation using Caesium-134. Soil & Tillage Research 51, 279-301[IF 1.846].
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J., Solé Benet, A., Cara Barrionuevo, L., and Puigdefàbregas, J., 1998. Collection and storage of runoff from hillslopes in a semiarid environment: Geomorphic and hydrologic aspects of the aljibe system in Almería Province, Spain. Journal of Arid Environments 40, 1-14 [IF 1.349].
  • Poesen, J., van Wesemael, B., Bunte, K. and Sole-Benet, A., 1998. Variation of surface rock fragment cover and size along semiarid hillslopes: A case study from Southeast Spain. Geomorphology 23, 323-335[IF 1.854].
  • Kosmas, C.S., Danalatos, N.G., Poesen, J. and van Wesemael, B., 1998.  The effect of water vapour adsorption on soil moisture content under Mediterranean climatic conditions. Agricultural Water Management. 36, 157-168 [IF 1.388].
  • Nachtergaele, J., Poesen, J. and van Wesemael, B., 1998. Application and efficiency of gravel mulches in southern Switzerland. Soil and Tillage Research. 46, 51-59 [IF 1.846].
  • Poesen, J., van Wesemael, B., Govers, G., Martinez-Fernandez, J., Desmet, P., Vandaele, K., Quine, T. and Degraer, G., 1997; Patterns of rock fragment cover generated by tillage erosion; Geomorphology 18, 183-197 [IF 1.854].
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J., Kosmas, C.S., Danalatos, N.G. and Nachtergaele, J., 1996. Evaporation from cultivated soils containing rock fragments; Journal of Hydrology 182, 65-82 [IF 2.161].
  • Vandaele, K., Poesen, J., Govers, G. and van Wesemael, B., 1996. Geomorphic thresholds for ephemeral gully incision. Geomorphology 16, 161-173 [IF 1.854].
  • van Wesemael, B., Verstraten, J.M. and Sevink, J., 1995. Pedogenesis by clay dissolution on acid, low-grade metamorphic rocks under Mediterranean forests in southern Tuscany (Italy); Catena 24, 105-125 [IF 1.346].
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J. and de Figuiredo, T., 1995. Effects of rock fragments on physical degradation of cultivated soils by rainfall. Soil & Tillage Research 33; 229-250 [IF 1.846].
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J., de Figueiredo, T. and Govers, G., 1995. Effects of rock fragments on soil surface roughness evolution during rainfall. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms; 21, 399-441 [IF 1.917].
  • van Wesemael, B., 1993. Adsorption complex, pH relationships in some acid Mediterranean forest soil profiles; Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde; 156; 25-31[IF 1.082].
  • van Wesemael, B., 1993. Litter decomposition and nutrient distribution in humus profiles in Mediterranean forests on acid soils; Forest Ecology and Management; 57; 99-114 [IF 1.579].
  • van Wesemael, B. and Verstraten, J.M., 1993. Organic acids in a moder type humus profile under a Mediterranean oak forest and their influence on the chemistry of the soil solution; Geoderma; 59; 75-88 [IF 1.898].
  • van Wesemael, B. and Veer, M.A.C., 1992. Soil organic matter accumulation, litter decomposition and humus forms in Mediterranean forests of southern Tuscany, Italy; Journal of Soil Science; 43; 133-144 [IF 2.370]
  • Finlayson, B. Gerits, J. and van Wesemael, B., 1987. Crusted microtopography on badland slopes in SE Spain; Catena; 14; 131-144 [IF 1.346].

Other peer-reviewed articles 
  • Denis, A., Tychon, B., Stevens, A., van Wesemael, B. 2009. Improving soil organic carbon (SOC) prediction by field spectrometry in bare cropland by reducing the disturbing effect of soil roughness. IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 1-5, 3776-3779.
  • van Wesemael, B., Lettens, S., Roelandt, C. and Van Orshoven, J., 2004. Changes in soil carbon stocks from 1960 to 2000 in the main Belgian cropland areas. Biotechnologie, Agronomie , Sociéte et Environnement 8, 133-140.
  • Lettens, S., Van Orshoven, J., van Wesemael, B., Perrin, D. and Roelandt, C., 2004.  The inventory-based approach for prediction of SOC change following land use change. Biotechnologie, Agronomie , Sociéte et Environnement 8, 141-146.
  • Poesen, J., Vandaele, K. and van Wesemael, B., 1996. Contribution of gully erosion to sediment production on cultivated lands and rangelands. IAHS Publ. 236, 251-266.
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J., Kosmas, C.S., and Danalatos, N.G., 1995. The role of rock fragments in evaporation from cultivated soils under mediterranean climatic conditions; Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 20, 293-299.
  • van Wesemael, B. and Dirksz, P., 1987. Amsterdam University Survey Expedition, the relation between the natural landscape and the spatial distribution of archaeological remains; Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Abteilung Kairo; band 43; 25-31.

Articles and chapters in edited books 
  • Van Wesemael B. et Brahy, V., 2007. La matière organique dans les sols. In Cellule Etat de l’Environnement Wallon. Rapport analytique sur l’état de l’environnement wallon 2006-2007. MRW-Direction générale des ressources naturelles et de l’environnement, Namur. pp. 468-475.
  • Brouwers, J., Claes, C., Moorkens, I., Briffaerts, K., Van Rompaey, H., De Groote, W., Boeckx, P. and van Wesemael, B., 2004. Klimaatsverandering. In M. Van Steertegem (ed.). MIRA T 2004, Milieu- en natuurrapport Vlaanderen. Vlaamse Milieu Maatschappij en Uitgeverij Lannoo.  pp. 285-302
  • van Wesemael, B. and Stevens A. 2005. Evolution of soil carbon stocks as a result of historical land use change: a case study from the Belgian Ardennes. In A. Canarache and R Enache (eds.) Soils under Global Change – a Challenge for the 21st Century. Editura Estfalia, Bucharest. Pp. 179-192.
  • van Wesemael, B. Lettens, S. and Van Orshoven, J., 2003. A methodology to estimate carbon sequestration potential and its impacts on valuable habitats in Belgium. Proceedings of the International Conference under the Belgian Presidency of the European Union ‘Carbon sinks and biodiversity’ Liège, 24-26 October 2001, DGRNE, Région wallonne, Travaux 26, pp. 181-190.
  • Van Wesemael, B., Lettens, S., Van Orshoven, J. and Roelandt, C.  2003. A framework to estimate carbon stocks and sequestration potential of Belgian agricultural soils. In Smith, C.A.S. (ed.) Soil organic carbon and agriculture: Developing Indicators for policy analyses. Proceedings of an OECD expert meeting, Ottawa Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris. 329 pp.
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J., Kosmas, C., Danalatos, N. and Nachtergaele, J. 2002. The impact of rock fragments on soil degradation and water conservation. In N.A. Geeson, C.J. Brandt and J.B. Thornes (eds) Mediterranean desertification: A mosaic of processes and responses. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, pp. 131-145.
  • Poesen, J. Vandekerckhove, L., Nachtergaele, J., Oostwoud Wijdenes, D., Vestraeten, G. and van Wesemael, B., 2002. Gully erosion in dryland environments. In L.J. Bull and M.J. Kirkby (eds) Dryland rivers: Hydrology and geomorphology of semi-arid channels. John Wiley and sons, Cichester. pp. 229-262.
  • van Wesemael, B., Mulligan, M. and Poesen, J., 2001. Spatial patterns in water use efficiency created by intensive cultivation on semiarid hillslopes. 1128-1133 pgs. In: D.E. Stott, R.H. Mohtar, and G.C. Steinhardt (eds). Sustaining the Global Farm – Selected papers from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting, May 24-29, 1999, West Lafayette, IN. International Soil Conservation Organization in cooperation with the USDA and Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.  CD-ROM available from the USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Laboratory, West Lafayette, IN.  Web site http://topsoil.nserl.purdue.edu/nserlweb/isco99/pdf/isco99pdf.htm (verified 2 May 2002).
  • van Wesemael, B and Poesen, J. (in press). Climatic influences on soil organic matter and aggregate stability. In: Boardman, J. and Favis-Mortlock, D. (eds.) Climate change and soil erosion. Imperial College Press.
  • Danalatos, N.G., Kosmas, C.S., van Wesemael, B. and Poesen, J., 2000. The effect of rock fragments on runoff, erosion, soil moisture conservation and biomass production. In Balabanis, P., Peter, D., Ghazi, A. and Tsogas, M. (eds) Mediterranean Desertification, Research results and policy implications. Pp. 214-224 Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg.
  • Taplin, J. and van Wesemael, B., 2000. Impacts of spatial variation in soil properties on hydrology of semiarid hillslopes. In: G. Enne, Ch Zanolla and D. Peter (eds). Desertification in Europe: Mitigation strategies, Land use and Planning Advanced study course. EUR 19390, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg. pp. 473-481.
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J., Solé Benet, A., Cara Barrionuevo, L., and Puigdefàbregas, J., 1999. Aljibes: An old water harvesting system in SE Spain; its efficiency controlled by some geomorphic and hydrological parameters. In Mather, A.E. and Stokes, M. (eds.) BSRG/BGRG SE Spain Field Meeting Guide Book. University of Plymouth, England. pp. 157-163.
  • van Wesemael, B., Poesen, J., Solé Benet, A., Cara Barrionuevo, L., and Puigdefàbregas, J., 1998, Traditional management of a water harvesting system on hillslopes in south-east Spain. In: H. Wheather and C. Kirkby (eds) Hydrology in a Changing Environment, Volume II. John Wiley. pp. 465-472.
  • Poesen, J., van Wesemael, B. and Bunte, K.; 1998. Soils containing rock fragments and their response to desertification; In: P. Mairota, J. Thornes and N. Geeson (eds.); Atlas of Mediterranean Environments in Europe: The Desertification Context; John Wiley and Sons; Chicester pp. 50-52.
  • Poesen, J., Vandaele, K. and van Wesemael, B., 1998. Gully erosion: Importance and model implications; In: J. Boardman and D. Favis-Mortlock (eds.); Global Change: Modelling Soil Erosion by Water; NATO ASI Series, Vol. 155. Kluwer Academic Publishers; Dordrecht. pp 285-311.
  • Poesen, J. and van Wesemael, B., 1995, The effects of rock fragments on the structural collapse of tilled topsoils during rain; In: E. Derbyshire, T. Dijkstra and I.J. Smalley (eds.); Genesis and Properties of Collapsible Soils; Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht; pp. 333-343. Kluwer, Dordrecht.
  • Berael, C.,  Poesen, J. and van Wesemael, B., 1995. Rill and gully erosion in relation to rock fragment cover and surface slope along a hillslope in southeastern Spain; in: D. Peter, P. Balabanis, J. Rubio and R. Fantechi (eds.); Desertification in a European Context: Physical and Socio-economic Aspects; EUR 15415, Commission of the European Communities, Luxembourg; pp.371-375.
  • van Wesemael, B., 1988, The relation between the natural landscape and distribution of archaeological remains in the north-eastern Nile delta; In: van den Brink, E.C.M. (ed.). The Archaeology of the Nile Delta, Egypt: problems and priorities; Netherlands Foundation for Archaeological Research in Egypt; Amsterdam; pp 125-134.








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