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Hunter-Gatherer Archaeobotany shows how archaeobotanical investigations can broaden our understanding of the much wider range of plants that have been of use to people in the recent and more distant past. The book compromises sixteen papers covering aspects of the archaeobotany of wild plants ranging across the northern hemisphere from Japan, across America, Europe and into the Near East. Sites examined span the Upper Palaeolithic to the recent past and demonstrate how such studies can extend our understanding of human interaction with plants throughout our history.

HUNTER-GATHERER ARCHAEOBOTANY: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE NORTHERN TEMPERATE ZONE by Jon G. Hather

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Author
Jon G. Hather
Publisher
Left Coast Press
Date of release
Pages
208
ISBN
9780905853383
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
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