From Foragers to Farmers: Papers in Honour of Gordon C. Hillman

This quantity celebrates the profession of archaebotanist Professor Gordon C. Hillman. Twenty-eight papers conceal quite a lot of themes reflecting the nice impression that Hillman has had within the box of archaeobotany. The papers are break up into 4 sections: own reflections on Professor Hillman s occupation; archaeobotanical conception and technique; ethnoarchaeological and cultural reports; and historic plant use from websites and areas all over the world. the gathering demonstrates, as Gordon Hillman believes, that the learn of archaebotany isn't just precious, yet very important for any examine of humanity.

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Charles, M. P. , Gosden, C. , Hillman, G. C. , Kasparov, A. okay. , Korobkova, G. F. , Kurbansakhatov, ok. , Legge, A. J. and Limbrey, S. (1993) Investigating early agriculture in important Asia: New examine at Jeitun, Turkmenistan. Antiquity sixty seven, 324–338. Hather, J. G. (1991) The id of charred archaeological is still of vegetative parenchymatous tissues. magazine of Archaeological technology 18, 661–675. eighty two Hather, J. G. (1993) An archaeobotanical consultant to root and tuber id, quantity 1, Europe and South West Asia. Oxford, Oxbow (Monograph 28). Hather, J. G. (2000) Archaeological parenchyma. London, Archetype. Hill, E. H. and Evans, J. (1989) vegetation within the Pacific: New facts from the chemical research of natural residues in pottery. In D. R. Harris and G. C. Hillman (eds) Foraging and farming: The evolution of plant exploitation, 418–425. London, Unwin Hyman. Hillman, G. C. (1975) Appendix A. The plant is still from inform Abu Hureyra: A initial document, 70–73. In A. M. T. Moore, The excavation of inform Abu Hureyra in Syria: A initial file. lawsuits of the Prehistoric Society forty-one, 50–77. Hillman, G. C. (1989) overdue Palaeolithic plant meals from Wadi Kubbaniya in top Egypt: nutritional variety, child weaning and seasonality in a riverine atmosphere. In D. R. Harris and G. C. Hillman (eds) Foraging and farming: The evolution of plant exploitation, 207–239. London, Unwin Hyman. Hillman, G. C. (1996) overdue Pleistocene adjustments in wild plant-foods on hand to hunter-gatherers of the northern Fertile Crescent: attainable preludes to cereal cultivation. In D. R. Harris (ed. ) The origins and unfold of agriculture and pastoralism in Eurasia, 159–203. London, UCL Press and Washington, DC, Smithsonian establishment Press. eighty three Hillman, G. C. (2000) Abu Hureyra 1: The Epipalaeolithic. In A. M. T. Moore, G. C. Hillman and A. J. Legge, Village at the Euphrates: From foraging to farming at Abu Hureyra, 327–399. long island, Oxford college Press. Hillman, G. C. , Colledge, S. M. and Harris, D. R. (1989) Plant-food economic system in the course of the Epipalaeolithic interval at inform Abu Hureyra, Syria: nutritional variety, seasonality, and modes of exploitation. In D. R. Harris and G. C. Hillman (eds) Foraging and farming: The evolution of plant exploitation, 240–268. London, Unwin Hyman. Hillman, G. , Wales, S. , McClaren, F. , Evans, J. and Butler, A. (1993) choosing not easy continues to be of old plant meals: A comparability of the position of chemical, histological and morphological standards. global Archaeology 25 (Biomolecular Archaeology factor edited by means of ok. Thomas), 94–121. Hopf, M. (1983) Appendix B: Jericho plant is still. In ok. M. Kenyon and T. A. Holland, Excavations at Jericho, quantity V: The pottery levels of the inform and different reveals, 576–621. London, British college of Archaeology in Jerusalem. Masson, V. M. (ed. ) (1992) Novie issledovania na poselenii Djeitun [New study on the Jeitun settlement]. Ashgabat, Academy of Sciences of Turkmemistan. McClaren, F. S. , Evans, J. and Hillman, G. C. (1991) id of charred seeds from SW Asia. In E. Pernicka and G. Wagner (eds) Archaeometry ’90: complaints of the twenty sixth foreign Symposium on Archaeometry, Heidelberg, 1990, 797–806.

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