By: RR Brookes and D Johannes
224 pages, Col & b/w photos, figs
Phytoarchaeology is the relationship between the vegetation of a site and its archaeology, and it is one of the most interesting spin-offs from modern botanical science. This comprehensive book should establish itself as the standard work on the subject, and covers topics such as analysis of vegetation to detect archaeological sites, influence of ancient trade routes on plant distribution, and the reconstruction of ancient environments and climates from plant remains.
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