This scientific report is the second monograph to emerge from the Odyssey project‘Unlocking Noord-Holland’s Late Neolithic Treasure Chest: Single Grave Culture behaviouralvariability in a tidal environment’. It focuses on the analysis of the Mienakker site, excavatedin 1990. At that time, a house plan was identified in the field. The discovery of a well-preserved Late Neolithic burial also aroused a lot of excitement at the time.Like the Keinsmerbrug site, the first unlocked site, the excavated area was fairly small, but theanalysis of the Mienakker site revealed very different, intriguing results. The new results andinterpretations are presented in this volume.The analyses show that Mienakker was inhabited year-round, and that a range of very diverseactivities were performed there. It was inhabited and returned to for many years somewherebetween 2880 and 2480 cal BC. During the latest stages of occupation the settlement atMienakker turned into a more ‘ritualised’ place.This scientific report is intended for archaeologists, as well as for other professionals andamateur enthusiasts involved in archaeology.The Cultural Heritage Agency provides knowledge and advice to give the future a past.