Consilience of genetics and archaeobotany
in the entangled history of rice.
has enormous potential to contribute to discussions of changing social complexity, and this is best accomplished at the regional level.
ofvegetative propagation, like that for cereal cultivation, is minimal in ISEA.
2) Laboratory of Archaeobotany
and Palaeoecology, University of Salento, Via D.
This book is one of several volumes which form the published proceedings of an August 2002 conference which attracted zooarchaeologists and scholars from related disciplines such as paleoanthropology, archaeobotany
, bone chemistry, genetics, and mainstream archaeology.
Contributions range chronologically from prehistoric Iran to modern nomadic pastoralism and across the disciplines of archaeology, archaeobotany
, history, art history, philology, and metallurgy.
WILLIAM CREMIN, Professor of Anthropology at Western Michigan University, has major interests in environmental archaeology, archaeobotany
, and the prehistory and ethnohisrory of midwestern North America.
It is evident, from this review, that archaeobotany
can shed light on many questions related to the past use, distribution, and domestication of palms.
The results, which she reported earlier this month at the International Workshop on African Archaeobotany
in Frankfurt, Germany, show that "levels of .
Jim Dickson, Professor of archaeobotany
at Glasgow University, has also resolved a dispute over whether Oetzi came from the Italian or Austrian side of the border.
A scientist specializing in tropical archaeobotany
at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama, she pioneered research on the analysis of phytoliths - the microcopic silica bodies that occur in many plant species - particularly in relation to the origins of agriculture in lowland Central America.
of Khao Sam Kaeo and Phu Khao Thong: the agriculture of late prehistoric southern Thailand.