Een archeologische begeleiding bij de Nicolaïkerk te Appingedam (Gr.)
Archaeological research at the Nicolaïkerk in Appingedam (province of Groningen). Archaeological research was conducted around the Nicolaïkerk in Appingedam in 2007. This church was first built in the 13th century, and rebuilt several times since. A western tower was demolished in the 16th century. The archaeological investigation revealed no traces of this western tower. The soil layers were not intact: only the lower part of the burials were in situ. The layers with building debris and the lower parts of the coffins were also encountered during an earlier archaeological project immediately north of the church in 2006. Besides skeletal remains, the finds consisted mainly of coffin parts (such as nails and handles) and building materials.