A tooth defect as a bio-indicator for environment and husbandry in Ancient Pigs (Anton Ervynck and Keith Dobney); Coleoptera from late medieval smoke-blackened thatch: their archaeological implications (David Smith, John Letts and Alison Cox); Criteria to distinguish capsule fragments of Flax/Linseed from Wild Radish (Wendy Smith); Microwear in modern rooting and stall-fed pigs: the potential of dental microwear analysis for exploring pig diet and management in the past (Jayne Ward and Ingrid L Mainland); New data on early medieval flax cultivation: an archaeobotanical record from northern Poland (Malgorzata Latalowa and Wlodzimierz Raczkowski); Hydrological monitoring of an alluviated landscape in the lower Great Ouse Valley, Cambridgeshire (Charles French, Matthew Davis and Jennifer Heathcote).
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