Posters

Posters


Antolín F., Jacomet S., Bogaard A. and Buxó R.
New data on naked wheat in the Early Neolithic lakeshore site of La Draga (Banyoles, Spain). Identification issues and crop processing techniques

 

Bates J., Janik L., Lancelotti C. and Garcia-Tuset N.
Developing a phytolith reference collection for establishing weaving materials used in Upper Palaeolithic Eurasia


Berihuete Azorín M., Lozovskaya O.V.
Plant record at the wetland site Zamostje 2, Sergiev Posad, Russia: first results

 

Bode L., Livarda A., Bogaard A. and Charles M.
What is hidden in a Neolithic midden? Exploring the cultural construction of rubbish disposal at Çatalhöyük, Turkey


Bonnaire E.
The by-products of crop processing used for tempering clay for building. Reference system of identification of the glumes and glumelles imprints

 

Bosi G., Rinaldi R., Rottoli M., Castiglioni E. and Bandini Mazzanti M.
Archaebotanical evidences of food plants in northern Italy during the Roman Age

 

Bosi G., Florenzano A., Rinaldi R., Barbieri G., Fraulini E. and Zanasi C.
Archaeobotany and the archaeological park "Terramara Montale" (northern Italy): a winner joint-venture

 

Bouchaud C.
Fruit trees management in southern Near East during Antiquity and Late Antiquity: evidences from plant macro-remains (seeds, fruits and charcoal)


Brandolini A., Hidalgo A. and Plizzari L.
Morpho-physiologic variation of a Triticum monococcum L. core collection


Brandolini A., Hidalgo A., Pogna N. and Geminati R.
MonICA – a model project for einkorn reintroduction


Brombacher C.
Site monitoring at lake Lobsigen (Canton of Bern, Switzerland)

 

Campbell G., Pelling R. 

The palaeoethnobotany of Pteridium aquilinum (bracken): myriad past and present uses from documentary evidence and the archaeobotanical record

 

Caruso Fermé L., Capparelli A. 

Plants and Patagonian hunter-gatherers: archaeobotany of Cerro Casa de Piedra 7 (Santa Cruz, Argentina)

 

Chevalier A., Bosquet D., Salavert A. and Court-Picon M.
Presence of Avena sp. in early Belgian Neolithic sites: just a weed or real food?

 

Colaianni G., Grasso A.M. and Fiorentino G.
Archaeobotanical analyses in Mediterranean urban contexts: new data from Lecce (SE Italy) between IV century B.C. and XVII century A.D.


Daoulas G.

Plants macrofossils from the Roman vicus at Mamer « Op Bierg II », Luxembourg. Preliminary results on Roman plant food in north-eastern Gaule


Douche C., Tengberg M. and Willcox G. 

Preliminary archaeobotanical results from excavations carried out between 2001 and 2007 at PPN Tell Aswad in southern Syria

 

Endo E.
Refining plant impressions using Replica-SEM method: millet cultivation in central highland Japan


Filipovic D., Maric M.
Finds of wild pear from Late Neolithic Vin?a, Serbia

 

Florenzano A.
The archaeobotanical research for the reconstruction of the cultural landscape of the Bradano valley and Metapontine area (southern Italy)

 

Gkatzogia E. 

Storage in ancient Epirus, Greece: preliminary results from two Hellenistic sites

 

Gkatzogia E., Valamoti S.M.
An archaeobotanical investigation of Iron Age societies in central Macedonia, northern Greece

 

Gerhardt M.
Roman agriculture fruits of selected wells from the Ries near Donauwoerth, Bavaria

 

Heiss A.G., Drescher-Schneider R., Szunyogh I., Bielowski W.R. and Fuchs G.
Four wells exposed – Waterlogged and charred plant remains and preliminary environmental data on the Middle/Late Bronze Age period in the Laßnitztal (western Styria, Austria)

 

Heiss A.G., Kohler-Schneider M., Szunyogh I., Klement M., Sperl I., König M., Sam S., Zingerle M.-C., Schretzmayr B., Lauermann E. and Pacher M.W.
Seeds from the Ivory Tower – How Archaeobotany goes public at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), Austria


Herbig C., Sirocko F.
Human impact and flood event layers: palaeobotanical investigations on Holocene maar lake sediments in the Quaternary Westeifel Volcanic Field (Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz)


Hidalgo A., Brandolini A.
Nutritional and technological quality of einkorn (Triticum monococcum L. ssp. monococcum), an ancient wheat with a future


Kajale M.
Status of wild Indian jujube as a naturally integrated food plant along with agricultural plants from archaeological sites in Indian subcontinent

 

Karathanou A. and Valamoti S.M.

Plant remains from Ayios Vasileios, a Mycenaean settlement near Sparta: preliminary results

 

Karathanou A. and Valamoti S.M.

The archaeobotanical investigation of human activity in late bronze age Greece

 

Kotzamani G.


Larsen J.H. 

Plant remains inside clay built furnace shafts

 

Lema V.S.
Non domestication cultivation in the Andes: plant management and nurturing at the argentinean northwest


Lopez-Doriga I.L., Arias P., Gonzales-Morales M.R., Gutierrez-Zugasti I., Simoes T. 

Wild foods at Mesolithic and Early Neolithic Atlantic Iberia


Heiss A., Stika H.-P.
Making the incomparable comparable? A new attempt of the semi-quantitative evaluation of large-scale archaeobotanical data

 

Moreno-Larrazabal A., Zapata L.
Agriculture in the Basque Country during the Iron Age

 

Masi A., Sadori L., Balossi Restelli F., Baneschi I. and Zanchetta G.
Stable carbon isotope analysis as an indicator for water management practices at Arslantepe (Turkey) during the Late Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Ages (3350-2000 BCE)

 

Moniaki A., Valamoti S.M.
Archaeobotanical investigation at the site of Aghios Athanasios, Thessaloniki

 

Mueller-Bieniek A., Cywa K., Grygiel R. and Muzolf B. 

Plant macro-remains from the Early Neolithic sites in the Kujawy region (central Poland)

 

Obradovic D.
New data on early agriculture in the central Balkans: archaeobotanical investigations at Early and Late Neolithic sites in the Morava valley, Serbia

 

Pashkevych G.
The history of broomcorn millet cultivation in prehistoric Ukraine

 

Pepe C., Giardini M., Giraudi C., Masi A., Mazzini I. and Sadori L.
Multi-proxy approach in the study of palaeoenvironment and cultural landscape of the imperial harbour of Rome (central Italy)


Perenzin M., Vaccino P., Brandolini A. and Hidalgo A.
Hulled wheats in Italy today

 

Pokorná A., Pokorný P., Novák J. and Ju?i?ková L.
Plant and animal remains form Early Post-Meroitic tumulus at Jebel Sabaloca, 6th Nile cataract, Sudan


Preiss S.
Aspects of agriculture and diet of the Medieval period (10th – 12th century AD) in northern France


Preiss S., Salavert A. and Court-Picon M.
The Middle Ages archaeobotanical data in Wallonia (southern Belgium): a review


Rattighieri E., R. Rinaldi, Bowes K. and Mercuri A.M.
Archaeobotanical investigations in a small-scale Roman agro-processing site at Case Nuove (Tuscany, Italy)


Riehl S.
Inner-sample and inner-specific variability of ?13C in barley and its implications on the interpretation of drought stress in ancient near eastern agricultural societies


Rössner C., Deckers K. and Riehl S.
Plant use and vegetation changes at Körtik Tepe from the Epipalaeolithic to PPNA (SE Turkey)


Rühl L., Herbig C., Stobbe A.
Food, fodder, and timber – plant use in the fortified Bronze Age settlement Kamennyj Ambar in the Transurals steppe (Russia). Plant macro-remains and charcoal analyses

 

Ryabogina N., Ivanov S.
Ancient agriculture in the south of western Siberia: problems of paleoethnobotanic argumentation


Sabato D., Peña-Chocarro L. and Hernández D.
First archaeobotanical data from the ancient urban center of Butrint (Albania)


Slavova I., Marinova E.
Unthreshed intact wheat storages from ancient Apollonia – Indication of growing together of einkorn/new type wheat and free threshing wheat?


Speleers L. & van der Valk J.M.A. 

Archaeobotanical traces of food consumption in Medieval and Post-Medieval Brussels (Belgium)


Stika H.-P, Heiss A.G. and Rützler H.
Nearly forgotten cereals re-activated for today´s slow food production in south-western Germany and eastern Austria


Teira-Brión A.
A time capsule: seeds in the ditch of the first Medieval wall of Santiago de Compostela (NW Iberia)


Toulemonde F.
Food production and the role of new glume wheat in the “petite Seine” valley (France) during Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age


Ucchesu M., Sabato D., Peña-Chocarro L. and Lugliè C.
Archaebotanical research in Sardinia (Italy): new developments


Uzquiano P., Allué E., Antolín F., Piqué R., Ruiz-Alonso M. and Zapata L.

All about yew: on the trail of Taxus baccata in SW Europe


Vermeeren C., Hanninen K. and Out W.A.
Branch age and diameter: useful criteria to recognize woodland management in the present and the past?


Weide A., Karakaya D., Riehl S., Zeidi M. and Conard N.J.
Preliminary results on harvesting techniques and domestication of cereals at the Pre-Pottery Neolithic site of Chogha Golan, Iran


Weisskopf A.
Small scale horticulture in Thailand: an ethnobotanic approach to archaeological data


Zach B.
New glume wheat from Kathreinkogel, Kärnten, Austria

 

Zerl T.
A cereal storage from the late Roman burgus "Im Winkel" at Obermendig (county Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Western Germany)

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