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Environmental Archaeology 5

Edited By: Glynnis Jones
Publisher: Oxbow Books
Environmental Archaeology 5
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Part 1: palaeoenvironmental and archaeological implications of isotopic analyses (13C, 15N) from Neolithic to present in Qazvin Plain (Iran), Herve Bocherens et al; tephrochronology, environmental change and the Norse settlement of Iceland, Andrew J. Dugmore et al; production, imports and status - biological remains from a late Roman farm at great Holts Farm, Boreham, Essex, UK, Peter Murphy et al; carbonized cereal from three late Neolithic and two early Bronze Age sites in Western Norway, Eli-Christine Soltvedt; 14C dating and the reconstruction of the sedimentary environment and occupational history of Saltes (Atlantic coast, Southern Spain), Mark Van Strydonck et al; the sediments, pollen, plant macro-fossils and insects from a Bronze Age channel fill at Yoxall Bridge, Staffordshire, D.N. Smith et al; wood and plant-use in 17th-century Iceland archaeobotanical analysis of Reykholt, western Iceland, Cunthia Zutter; food for the dogs? the consumption of horseflesh at Dudley Castle in the 18th century, Richard Thomas and Martin Locock. Part 2 Papers presented at the ICAZ session: the origins of metallurgy in the Central Balkans based on the analysis of cut marks on animal bones, Haskel J. Greenfield; enamel ultrastructure of cattle from the Quaternary Period in India, Vijay Sathe. Part 3 Short contributions: Saxon emmer wheat from the Upper and Middle Thames Valley, England, Ruth Pelling and Mark Robinson; wishful thinking and the introduction of the rabbit to the Low Countries, Roel C.G.M. Lauwerier and Jorn T. Zeiler.

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Edited By: Glynnis Jones
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