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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Advances in plant food processing in the Near Eastern Epipalaeolithic and implications for improved edibility and nutrient bioaccessibility: an experimental assessment of Bolboschoenus maritimus (L.) Palla (sea club-rush) Wollstonecroft, Michèle M.
2008
17 1 p. 19-27
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2 A foundation offering at the Roman port of Lattara (Lattes, France): the plant remains Rovira, Núria
2008
17 1 p. 191-200
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3 A Franco-Italian investigation of funerary rituals in the Roman world, “les rites et la mort à Pompéi”, the plant part: a preliminary report Matterne, Véronique
2007
17 1 p. 105-112
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4 Archaeobotanical consideration of the development of Pre-Roman Iron Age crop growing in the region of Hesse, Germany, and the question of agricultural production and consumption at hillfort sites and open settlements Kreuz, Angela
2008
17 1 p. 159-179
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5 A tribute to Corrie Bakels on the occasion of her 65th birthday Brinkkemper, Otto
2007
17 1 p. 1-2
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6 Botanical and zoological remains from an early medieval grave at Tsitsamuri, Georgia Kvavadze, Eliso
2008
17 1 p. 217-224
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7 Carbonisation and morphological changes in modern dehusked and husked Triticum dicoccum and Triticum aestivum grains Braadbaart, Freek
2007
17 1 p. 155-166
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8 Changing foodways: watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) consumption in Roman and Islamic Quseir al-Qadim, Egypt Cox, Alison
2008
17 1 p. 181-189
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9 Cicer arietinum (chick pea) in the Neolithic and Chalcolithic of Bulgaria: implications for cultural contacts with the neighbouring regions? Marinova, Elena
2008
17 1 p. 73-80
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10 Climate and agriculture in the ancient Near East: a synthesis of the archaeobotanical and stable carbon isotope evidence Riehl, Simone
2008
17 1 p. 43-51
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11 Closed forest or open woodland as natural vegetation in the surroundings of Linearbandkeramik settlements? Kreuz, Angela
2007
17 1 p. 51-64
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12 Collected seeds and fruits from herbs as prehistoric food Behre, Karl-Ernst
2007
17 1 p. 65-73
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13 Crops and agriculture during the Iron Age and late antiquity in Cerdanyola del Vallès (Catalonia, Spain) Alonso, Natàlia
2007
17 1 p. 75-84
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14 Direct evidence of heathland management in the early Bronze Age (14th century b.c.) from the grave-mound Skelhøj in western Denmark Karg, Sabine
2007
17 1 p. 41-49
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15 Environmental conditions and human interference during the 6th and 13th–15th centuries a.d. at Vilnius Lower Castle, east Lithuania Stančikaitė, Miglė
2008
17 1 p. 239-250
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16 Experiments on the effects of carbonization on some cultivated plant seeds Märkle, Tanja
2008
17 1 p. 257-263
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17 Fibres of silk, cotton and flax in a weaving workshop from the first century a.d. palace of Dedoplis Gora, Georgia Kvavadze, Eliso
2008
17 1 p. 211-215
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18 From the granary to the field; archaeobotany and experimental archaeology at l’Esquerda (Catalonia, Spain) Cubero i Corpas, Carmen
2007
17 1 p. 85-92
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19 Growing habits? Delayed introduction of crop cultivation at marginal Neolithic wetland sites Out, Welmoed A.
2008
17 1 p. 131-138
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20 In memoriam Dr. Maria Hopf: 13th September 1914 to 24th August 2008 Bittmann, Felix
2008
17 1 p. 1-2
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21 Millets across Eurasia: chronology and context of early records of the genera Panicum and Setaria from archaeological sites in the Old World Hunt, Harriet V.
2008
17 1 p. 5-18
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22 Neolithisation at the site Brandwijk-Kerkhof, the Netherlands: natural vegetation, human impact and plant food subsistence Out, Welmoed A.
2007
17 1 p. 25-39
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23 New aspects of agriculture and diet of the early medieval period in central Europe: waterlogged plant material from sites in south-western Germany Rösch, Manfred
2008
17 1 p. 225-238
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24 Olive cultivation and oil production in Palestine during the early Bronze Age (3500–2000 b.c.): the case of Tel Yarmouth, Israel Salavert, Aurélie
2008
17 1 p. 53-61
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25 “Ontellicke boomen” or “countless trees”: reconstructing the late medieval vegetation surrounding the 16th century St Margaretha Convent, Leiden, The Netherlands Vermeeren, Caroline
2007
17 1 p. 93-103
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26 Plant economy during the Neolithic in a mountain context: the case of “Le Chenet des Pierres” in the French Alps (Bozel-Savoie, France) Martin, Lucie
2008
17 1 p. 113-122
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27 Plant gathering and cultivation in prehistoric Tuscany (Italy) Bellini, Cristina
2008
17 1 p. 103-112
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28 Plant remains from an early Neolithic settlement at Moravany (eastern Slovakia) Lityńska-Zając, Maria
2008
17 1 p. 81-92
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29 Plant remains from the early Iron Age in western Sicily: differences in subsistence strategies of Greek and Elymian sites Stika, Hans-Peter
2008
17 1 p. 139-148
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30 Plant remains from the Kreftenheye Formation (Eemian) at Raalte, The Netherlands Ham, Raymond W. J. M. van der
2007
17 1 p. 127-144
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31 Plant remains, storage and crop processing inside the Iron Age fort of Els Vilars d’Arbeca (Catalonia, Spain) Alonso, Natàlia
2008
17 1 p. 149-158
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32 Prehistoric cereal foods from Greece and Bulgaria: investigation of starch microstructure in experimental and archaeological charred remains Valamoti, Soultana-Maria
2008
17 1 p. 265-276
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33 Proceedings of the 14th symposium of the international work group for palaeoethnobotany, Kraków 2007 Bittmann, Felix
2008
17 1 p. 3-4
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34 Relics of cultivation in Central Europe: Malva alcea L. as an example Celka, Zbigniew
2008
17 1 p. 251-255
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35 Social access and dispersal of condiments in North-West Europe from the Roman to the medieval period Livarda, Alexandra
2008
17 1 p. 201-209
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36 Storage of crops during the fourth and third millennia b.c. at the settlement mound of Tell Brak, northeast Syria Hald, Mette Marie
2008
17 1 p. 35-41
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37 Taxonomic identification of dry and carbonized archaeobotanical remains of Cucurbita species through seed coat micromorphology Lema, Verónica
2008
17 1 p. 277-286
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38 The agricultural consequences of colonial contacts on the Iberian Peninsula in the first millennium b.c Buxó, Ramon
2007
17 1 p. 145-154
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39 The earliest finds of cultivated plants in Armenia: evidence from charred remains and crop processing residues in pisé from the Neolithic settlements of Aratashen and Aknashen Hovsepyan, Roman
2008
17 1 p. 63-71
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40 The Neolithic records of Onopordum acanthium, Agrostemma githago, Adonis cf. aestivalis and Claviceps purpurea in Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany Hellmund, Monika
2008
17 1 p. 123-130
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41 The oldest macroremains of Vitis from Slovenia Tolar Korenčič, Tjaša
2008
17 1 p. 93-102
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42 The past and present occurrence of Elatine and implications for palaeoenvironmental reconstructions Brinkkemper, Otto
2007
17 1 p. 15-24
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43 The Roman cemeteries of Tienen and Tongeren: results from the archaeobotanical analysis of the cremation graves Cooremans, B.
2007
17 1 p. 3-13
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44 12th International Palynological Congress (IPC-XII 2008) and 8th International Organisation of Palaeobotany Conference (IOPC-VIII 2008) 2007
17 1 p. 167-170
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45 Vegetation history and agriculture in the cover-sand area west of Breda (province of Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands) Kooistra, Laura I.
2007
17 1 p. 113-125
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46 Vicia peregrina: an edible early Neolithic legume Melamed, Yoel
2008
17 1 p. 29-34
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