Neolithic farming in Central Europe : an archaeobotanical study of crop husbandry practices /
This book evaluates competing models of early crop husbandry in Central Europe using available archaeobotanical evidence.
London ; New York :
Table of Contents:
- The study area and its archaeological background
- Models of crop husbandry in Neolithic Central Europe
- The key variables of permanence, intensity, and seasonality and their wider implications
- Archaeobotanical, ecological and statistical methodology
- Testing the four major crop husbandry models
- Identification of separate ecological gradients and specific crop husbandry practices
- Conclusions: Neolithic farming in Central Europe.