Het vroegmiddeleeuwse grafveld van Aalden (Dr.). Noord-Nederland in de volksverhuizingstijd
The early medieval cemetery of Aalden (Drenthe). The northern Netherlands in the Migration Period. The cemetery of Aalden in the province of Drenthe (mainly 5th and 6th centuries AD) was excavated over 50 years ago, but never analysed, let alone published. Work on this is now in progress. It is tentatively suggested that the population concerned was a warrior community, closely connected to the immigrants in the terpen area in the north of the Netherlands. It now seems that the sandy interior of Drenthe was linked to the maritime landscape during the Migration Period.