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Palaeobotany in Slovene Archaeology

  title={Palaeobotany in Slovene Archaeology},
  author={Metka Culiberg},
  journal={Arheoloski Vestnik},
  • M. Culiberg
  • Published 1999
  • Geography, Environmental Science
  • Arheoloski Vestnik
This article presents various botanical disciplines that can contribute to the recognition of palaeoeconomic and palaeoecologic conditions within a certain archaeological environment and time. A short historical review of palaeobotanical investigations in Slovenia is also rendered. By way of example, select palaeobotanical investigations providing archaeologically significant results are concisely summarized. 

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