Pollen and plant macroremains from central Sahara archaeological sites give information about the environmental conditions during the Holocene and the adaptive strategies of human groups living in the area . Wild cereals have been exploited for long time and are the prevalent taxa among those selected and transported to shelters and caves. The extraordinary state of preservation of the organic materials found at Takarkori allowed the morphological and molecular analyses of seeds/fruits belonging to the Poaceae family.

Multidisciplinary analysis of wild cereals from the Holocene archaeological site of Takarkori (central Sahara) / Fornaciari, Rita; Arru, Laura; Mercuri, Anna Maria; Lernia, Savino di. - (2016), pp. 52-53. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 17th Conference of the International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany (IWGP) tenutosi a Parigi, Francia nel 4-9 luglio 2016.

Multidisciplinary analysis of wild cereals from the Holocene archaeological site of Takarkori (central Sahara)

FORNACIARI, RITA;ARRU, Laura;MERCURI, Anna Maria;
2016

Abstract

Pollen and plant macroremains from central Sahara archaeological sites give information about the environmental conditions during the Holocene and the adaptive strategies of human groups living in the area . Wild cereals have been exploited for long time and are the prevalent taxa among those selected and transported to shelters and caves. The extraordinary state of preservation of the organic materials found at Takarkori allowed the morphological and molecular analyses of seeds/fruits belonging to the Poaceae family.
17th Conference of the International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany (IWGP)
Parigi, Francia
4-9 luglio 2016
52
53
Fornaciari, Rita; Arru, Laura; Mercuri, Anna Maria; Lernia, Savino di
Multidisciplinary analysis of wild cereals from the Holocene archaeological site of Takarkori (central Sahara) / Fornaciari, Rita; Arru, Laura; Mercuri, Anna Maria; Lernia, Savino di. - (2016), pp. 52-53. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 17th Conference of the International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany (IWGP) tenutosi a Parigi, Francia nel 4-9 luglio 2016.
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