New evidence on the southeast Baltic Late Bronze Age agrarian intensification and the earliest AMS dates of Lens culinaris and Vicia faba

@article{Minkeviius2019NewEO,
  title={New evidence on the southeast Baltic Late Bronze Age agrarian intensification and the earliest AMS dates of Lens culinaris and Vicia faba},
  author={Karolis Minkevi{\vc}ius and Vytenis Podėnas and Miglė Urbonaitė-Ubė and Edvinas Ubis and D. Kisielienė},
  journal={Vegetation History and Archaeobotany},
  year={2019},
  volume={29},
  pages={327 - 338}
}
This article explores the Late Bronze Age agrarian intensification in the south-east Baltic. In recent years several studies have illustrated that to date there is no solid evidence on Neolithic farming and that the agricultural history of the region was probably distinctly different in comparison to other parts of northern Europe. The recently excavated Kukuliškiai settlement (887–406 cal bc) in coastal Lithuania provides new data, which contribute to the discussion on the development of early… Expand
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