1. Hinz, M. (2020). Sensitivity of Radiocarbon Sum Calibration. Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 3(1), 238–252. https://doi.org/10.5334/jcaa.53
  2. Schirrmacher, J., Kneisel, J., Knitter, D., Hamer, W., Hinz, M., Schneider, R. R., & Weinelt, M. (2020). Spatial patterns of temperature, precipitation, and settlement dynamics on the Iberian Peninsula during the Chalcolithic and the Bronze Age. Quaternary Science Reviews, 233, 1–17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2020.106220


  1. Hinz, M., Schirrmacher, J., Kneisel, J., Rinne, C., & Weinelt, M. (2019). The Chalcolithic–Bronze Age transition in southern Iberia under the influence of the 4.2 kyr event? A correlation of climatological and demographic proxies. Journal of Neolithic Archaeology, 21, 1–26. https://doi.org/10.12766/jna.2019.1
  2. Schmid, C., Seidensticker, D., & Hinz, M. (2019). c14bazAAR: An R package for downloading and preparing C14 dates from different source databases. Journal of Open Source Software. https://doi.org/10.21105/joss.01914
  3. Feeser, I., Dörfler, W., Kneisel, J., Hinz, M., & Dreibrodt, S. (2019). Human impact and population dynamics in the Neolithic and Bronze Age: Multi-proxy evidence from north-western Central Europe. The Holocene, 0(0), 0959683619857223. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683619857223
  4. Arponen, V. P. J., Dörfler, W., Feeser, I., Grimm, S., Groß, D., Hinz, M., Knitter, D., Müller-Scheeßel, N., Ott, K., & Ribeiro, A. (2019). Environmental determinism and archaeology. Understanding and evaluating determinism in research design. Archaeological Dialogues, 26(01), 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1380203819000059
  5. Stapfer, R., Heitz, C., Hinz, M., & Hafner, A. (2019). Interdisciplinary examinations carried out on heterogeneous coarse ceramics from Neolithic lakeside settlements in the Northern Alpine Foreland (3900–3500 BCE): Analysis strategy and preliminary results from a test series using pXRF. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 25, 217–238. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2019.03.018
  6. Maria Wunderlich, Johannes Müller, & Martin Hinz. (2019). Diversified monuments: A chronological framework of the creation of monumental landscapes in prehistoric Europe. In Müller, Johannes, M. Hinz, & Wunderlich, Maria (Eds.), Megaliths – Societies – Landscapes (Number 18, pp. 25–29). Habelt.
  7. Müller, Johannes, Hinz, M., & Wunderlich, Maria. (2019). Megaliths – Societies – Landscapes (Number 18). Habelt.
  8. Martin Hinz, Johannes Müller, & Maria Wunderlich. (2019). The monumentalisation of European landscapes. In Müller, Johannes, M. Hinz, & Wunderlich, Maria (Eds.), Megaliths – Societies – Landscapes (Number 18, pp. 21–23). Habelt.


  1. Schmid, C., Seidensticker, D., Knitter, D., Hinz, M., Matzig, D., Hamer, W., & Schmütz, K. (2018). c14bazAAR: Download and Prepare C14 Dates from Different Source Databases. https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=c14bazAAR
  2. Mueller-Scheessel, N., Hinz, M., Schmid, C., Rinne, C., Knitter, D., Hamer, W., Seidensticker, D., Faupel, F., Tietze, C., & Grunert, N. (2018). mortAAR: Analysis of Archaeological Mortality Data. https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=mortAAR
  3. Hinz, M., Schmid, C., Knitter, D., & Tietze, C. (2018). oxcAAR: Interface to ’OxCal’ Radiocarbon Calibration. https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=oxcAAR
  4. Hinz, M. (2018). From Hunting to Herding? Aspects of the Social and Animal Landscape during the Southern Scandinavian Neolithic. In A. Haug, L. Käppel, & J. Müller (Eds.), Past Landscapes: The Dynamics of Interaction between Society, Landscape, and Culture (pp. 207–233). Sidestone Press. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2538016
  5. Stapfer, R. B., Heitz, C., Hinz, M., & Hafner, A. (2018). Portable Röntgenfluoreszenzanalytik (pXRF): Mit dem "Labor in der Hand" der Vergangenheit auf der Spur. In T. Burri & R. B. Stapfer (Eds.), Naturwissenschaftliche Methoden in der Archäologie (Vol. 75, pp. 136–155). Naturforschende Gesellschaft Bern. https://doi.org/10.7892/boris.126318
  6. Hinz, M., Furholt, M., & Mischka, D. (2018). Putting Things into Practice: Pragmatic Theory and the Exploration of Monumental Landscapes. In A. Haug, L. Käppel, & J. Müller (Eds.), Past Landscapes: The Dynamics of Interaction between Society, Landscape, and Culture (pp. 87–106). Sidestone Press. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2538019


  1. Dreibrodt, S., Furholt, M., Hofmann, R., Hinz, M., & Cheben, I. (2017). P-ed-XRF-geochemical signatures of a 7300 year old Linear Band Pottery house ditch fill at Vráble- Ve’lké Lehemby, Slovakia - House inhabitation and post-depositional processes. Quaternary International, 438, 131–143. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.03.054
  2. Rohde Krossa, V., Moros, M., Leduc, G., Hinz, M., Blanz, T., & Schneider, R. (2017). Regional climate change and the onset of farming in northern Germany and southern Scandinavia. The Holocene, 27(10), 1589–1599. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683617702223


  1. Arponen, V. P. J., Mueller, J., Hofmann, R., Furholt, M., Ribeiro, A., Horn, C., & Hinz, M. (2016). Using the Capability Approach to Conceptualise Inequality in Archaeology: the Case of the Late Neolithic Bosnian Site Okolite c. 5200-4600 BCE. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 23(2), 541–560.


  1. Nakoinz, O., & Hinz, M. (2015). Modelle in der Archäologie. In B. Thalheim & I. Nissen (Eds.), Wissenschaft und Kunst der Modellierung: Kieler Zugang zur Definition, Nutzung und Zukunft (Number 64, pp. 219–250). de Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185312
  2. Müller, J., Hinz, M., & Ulrich, M. (2015). Bell Beakers – chronology, innovation and memory: a multivariate approach. In M. P. Prieto Martinez & L. Salanova (Eds.), The Bell Beaker Transition in Europe: Mobility and local Evolution during the 3rd Millennium BC (pp. 57–68).
  3. Weinelt, M., Schwab, C., Kneisel, J., & Hinz, M. (2015). Climate and societal change in the western Mediterranean area around 4.2 ka BP. In H. Meller, H. W. Arz, R. Jung, & R. Risch (Eds.), 2200 BC - Ein Klimasturz als Ursache für den Zerfall der alten Welt: 7. Mitteldeutscher Archäologentag vom 23. bis 26. Oktober 2014 in Halle.
  4. Hage, F., Schafferer, G., & Hinz, M. (2015). Common motivation, different intentions? A multiscalar approach to the megalithic architecture of the Funnel Beaker North Group. In L. Laporte & C. Scarre (Eds.), The Megalithic Architectures of Europe.
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  6. Hinz, M., & Kirleis, W. (2015). Stability in a changing world: insights from settlement intensity patterns and archaeobotany. In L. Laporte & C. Scarre (Eds.), The Megalithic Architectures of Europe.
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  1. Furholt, M., Hinz, M., Mischka, D., Noble, G., & Olausson, D. (Eds.). (2014). Landscapes, histories and societies in the Northern European Neolithic (Number 4, p. 317).
  2. Hinz, M. (2014). Neolithische Siedlungsstrukturen im südöstlichen Schleswig-Holstein: Dynamik in Landschaft und Besiedlung (Number 3, p. 573).
  3. Hinz, M. (2014). Same but different? Neolithic economic and cultural change in northern Germany. In M. Furholt, M. Hinz, D. Mischka, G. Noble, & D. Olausson (Eds.), Landscapes, histories and societies in the Northern European Neolithic (pp. 207–218).


  1. Müller, J., Bork, H. R., Brozio, J. P., Demnick, D., Diers, S., Dibbern, H., Dörfler, W., Feeser, I., Fritsch, B., Furholt, M., Hage, F., Hinz, M., Kirleis, W., Klooß, S., Kroll, H., Lindemann, M., Lorenz, L., Mischka, D., & Rinne, C. (2013). Landscapes as Social Spaces and Ritual Meaning: Some New Results on TRB in Northern Germany. In J. A. Bakker, S. B. C. Bloo, & M. K. Dütting (Eds.), From funeral monuments to household pottery: current advances in Funnel Beaker Culture (TRB/TBK) research ; proceedings of the BorgerMeetings 2009, The Netherlands.
  2. Foerster, F., Grossmann, R., Hinz, M., Iwe, K., Kinkel, H., Larsen, A., Lungershausen, U., Matarese, C., Meurer, P., Nelle, O., Robin, V., & Teichmann, M. (2013). Towards mutual understanding within interdisciplinary palaeoenvironmental research: An exemplary analysis of the term landscape. Quaternary International, 312, 4–11.


  1. Hinz, M. (2012). Analyse frühbronzezeitlicher Identitätsebenen mittels multivarianter Statistik. In I. Heske & B. Horejs (Eds.), Bronzezeitliche Identitäten und Objekte. Beiträge aus den Sitzungen der AG Bronzezeit auf der 80.Tagung des West- und Süddeutschen Verbandes für Altertumsforschung in Nürnberg 2010 und dem 7. Deutschen Archäologiekongress in Bremen 2011 (Number 221, pp. 115–126). Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1185209
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  4. Hinz, M. (2012). Pratiques funéraires collectives et individuelles : Wartberg - Bernburg - Tiefstich. In M. Sohn & J. Vaquer (Eds.), Sépultures collectives et mobiliers funéraires de la fin du néolithique en Europe occidentale: actes de la Table ronde ... La fin du néolithique en Europe de l’Ouest, valeurs sociales et identitaires des dotations funéraires (pp. 45–79).
  5. Hinz, M. (2012). Preserving the past, building the future? Concepts of time and prehistoric monumental architecture. In M. Furholt, D. Mischka, & M. Hinz (Eds.), "As time goes by?": monumentality, landscapes and the temporal perspective (pp. 45–60).
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  1. Hinz, M. (2011). Who for Whom? Ritual Architecture in the Light of the related Population. In M. Furholt, J. Müller, & F. Lüth (Eds.), Megaliths and identities: early monuments in Neolithic societies from the Atlantic to the Baltic ; 3rd European Megalithic Studies Group meeting 13th - 15th of May 2010 at Kiel University (pp. 129–142).


  1. Fritsch, B., Furholt, M., Hinz, M., Lorenz, L., Nelson, H., Schafferer, G., Schiesberg, S., & Sjögren, K.-G. (2010). Dichtezentren und lokale Gruppierungen - Eine Karte zu den Großsteingräbern Mittel- und Nordeuropas. Journal of Neolithic Archaeology, 12.


  1. Hinz, M. (2009). Eine multivariate Analyse Aunjetitzer Fundgesellschaften (Vol. 173).
  2. Hinz, M. (2009). Territoriale und soziale Strukturen: Modelle zur Kollektivgrabsitte der Wartberg-Gruppe. In H. J. Beier, E. Claßen, T. Doppler, & B. Ramminger (Eds.), Varia neolithica VI. Neolithische Monumente und neolithische Gesellschaften. Beiträge der Sitzung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Neolithikum während der Jahrestagung des Nordwestdeutschen Verbandes für Altertumsforschung e.V. in Schleswig, 9. – 10. Oktober 2007 (pp. 91–104).


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