The Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale is an open-air museum dedicated to the enhancement of the Bronze Age terramare culture of Northern Italy. Investigation of its rich archaeological record, particularly from the archaeobotanical point of view (seeds/fruits, pieces of wood and charcoal, pollen and charcoal particles), has made it possible to reconstruct the landscape’s evolution and human-plant- animal relationships. This paper aims to present a comprehensive and exhaustive overview of the relationship between archaeology and archaeobotany in order to improve the content and exposition of the Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale, thanks to the fruitful cooperation between the Laboratory of Palynology and Archaeobotany of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and Civic Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology of Modena.

Archaeobotany and the Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale (Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy): Experiences of Public Education. IANSA, VIII (2), pp. 175-186 / Bosi, G.; Barbieri, G.; Florenzano, A.; Fraulini, E.; Montecchi, M. C.; Pelillo, A.; Righi, E.; Rinaldi, R.; Zanasi, C.. - In: INTERDISCIPLINARIA ARCHAEOLOGICA. - ISSN 1804-848X. - 8:2(2017), pp. 175-186. [10.24916/iansa.2017.2.6]

Archaeobotany and the Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale (Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy): Experiences of Public Education. IANSA, VIII (2), pp. 175-186.

Bosi G.;Barbieri G.;Florenzano A.;Montecchi M. C.;Righi E.;Rinaldi R.
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2017

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The Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale is an open-air museum dedicated to the enhancement of the Bronze Age terramare culture of Northern Italy. Investigation of its rich archaeological record, particularly from the archaeobotanical point of view (seeds/fruits, pieces of wood and charcoal, pollen and charcoal particles), has made it possible to reconstruct the landscape’s evolution and human-plant- animal relationships. This paper aims to present a comprehensive and exhaustive overview of the relationship between archaeology and archaeobotany in order to improve the content and exposition of the Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale, thanks to the fruitful cooperation between the Laboratory of Palynology and Archaeobotany of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and Civic Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology of Modena.
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Archaeobotany and the Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale (Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy): Experiences of Public Education. IANSA, VIII (2), pp. 175-186 / Bosi, G.; Barbieri, G.; Florenzano, A.; Fraulini, E.; Montecchi, M. C.; Pelillo, A.; Righi, E.; Rinaldi, R.; Zanasi, C.. - In: INTERDISCIPLINARIA ARCHAEOLOGICA. - ISSN 1804-848X. - 8:2(2017), pp. 175-186. [10.24916/iansa.2017.2.6]
Bosi, G.; Barbieri, G.; Florenzano, A.; Fraulini, E.; Montecchi, M. C.; Pelillo, A.; Righi, E.; Rinaldi, R.; Zanasi, C.
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