Environmental Archaeology

Environmental Archaeology

by Glynis Jones

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Environmental Archaeology by Glynis Jones

This latest issue contains seven main papers, reviews and shorter pieces: A tooth defect as a bio-indicator for husbandry in ancient pigs (A Ervynck & K Dobney) , coleoptera from medieval smoke-blackened thatch (D Smith, J Letts & A Cox) , criteria to distinguish flax/linseed from wild radish (W Smith) , the potential for dental microwear analysis for exploring pig diet (J Ward & I L Mainland) , data on medieval flax cultivation from Poland (M Latalowa & W Raczkowski) , hydrological monitoring of an alluviated landscape in the Great Ouse valley (C French, M Davis & J Heathcote) , molluscan assemblages across a woodland-grassland boundary (P Davies) , charting the emergence of cereal and pulse domestication in South-west Asia

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781900188968
Publisher: Oxbow Books
Publication date: 12/01/1999
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 8.27(w) x 11.81(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

A tooth defect as a bio-indicator for husbandry in ancient pigs (A Ervynck & K Dobney)

Coleoptera from medieval smoke-blackened thatch (D Smith, J Letts & A Cox)

Criteria to distinguish flax/linseed from wild radish (W Smith)

The potential for dental microwear analysis for exploring pig diet (J Ward & I L Mainland)

Data on medieval flax cultivation from Poland (M Latalowa & W Raczkowski)

Hydrological monitoring of an alluviated landscape in the Great Ouse valley (C French, M Davis & J Heathcote)

Molluscan assemblages across a woodland-grassland boundary (P Davies)

Short Contribution:

Charting the emergence of cereal and pulse domestication in South-west Asia (A Garrard)

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