Crop husbandry regimes: an archaeobotanical study of farming in northern England, 1000 BC - AD 500.
This study presents a new synthesis of ancient agriculture in northern England based on a large and completely new data set of charred seed assemblages from late prehistoric and Roman-period settlements, and sets them in their British and western European contexts. Written in straightforward and clear language, it is aimed at both non-specialist archaeologists and botanists.Metadata only entr
Publisher: J.R. Collis publications
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