A comparison of early Neolithic crop and weed assemblages from the Linearbandkeramik and the Bulgarian Neolithic cultures: differences and similarities

@article{Kreuz2005ACO,
  title={A comparison of early Neolithic crop and weed assemblages from the Linearbandkeramik and the Bulgarian Neolithic cultures: differences and similarities},
  author={A. Kreuz and E. Marinova and E. Schaefer and J. Wiethold},
  journal={Vegetation History and Archaeobotany},
  year={2005},
  volume={14},
  pages={237-258}
}
  • A. Kreuz, E. Marinova, +1 author J. Wiethold
  • Published 2005
  • Geology
  • Vegetation History and Archaeobotany
  • The spread of early agriculture from the Mediterranean to central Europe is still poorly understood. The new subsistence reached western central Europe during the second half of the 6th millennium cal b.c. This paper presents a comparison of crop and weed species from 33 Bandkeramik sites from Austria and Germany and six Bulgarian Neolithic sites. The aim is to investigate whether the early cultivation system brought in from the eastern Mediterranean was adapted to European conditions in… CONTINUE READING
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