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Archaeobotany in Croatia: an overview

Kelly Reed

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 3.868 Kb

str. 7-28

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sites is an important method to
study aspects of past societies such as diet,
agriculture, trade/economy and the local
environment. To date plant macro-remains
have been identified from 70 sites within
Croatia, spanning the early Neolithic (ca.
6000 cal BC) to the Middle Ages (16th century
AD). Despite this number, poor recovery and
a bias towards the Neolithic period have led
to large gaps in our knowledge on the development
of agriculture in the region, which
is further hindered by the low number of
excavations that include archaeobotanical
recovery. This paper summarises the archaeobotanical
evidence available per period in
Croatia, highlighting the potential for future
research, as well as providing suggestions
for the recovery of carbonised plant macroremains.

Ključne riječi

Neolithic, Eneolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman, Middle Age, Methodology

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