Institute of Archaeology
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Introductory outline of the types of plant remains which survive in different archaeological settings; their sampling and recovery, and the archaeological questions that can be addressed. The use of pollen and wood charcoal in reconstructing environments and human impacts. Seasonality of occupation of hunter-gatherer sites, their diet and the role of ethno-ecological modelling. The problems of detecting domestication and the start of pre-domestication cultivation and subsequent dispersals. The evolution of food technologies and dietary reconstruction.

  • Code: ARCL2009
  • Course unit value: 0.5
  • Coordinator: Dorian Fuller
  • Prerequisite:
  • Handbook: open»

For registered students

  • Moodle page: open»
  • Reading list:

Availability: Running in 2014-15


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