The earliest evidence of domesticated wheat in the Crimea at Chalcolithic Ardych-Burun

@article{MotuzaitMatuzeviit2013TheEE,
  title={The earliest evidence of domesticated wheat in the Crimea at Chalcolithic Ardych-Burun},
  author={Giedrė Motuzaitė-Matuzevi{\vc}iūtė and S. Telizhenko and Martin K. Jones},
  journal={Journal of Field Archaeology},
  year={2013},
  volume={38},
  pages={120 - 128}
}
Abstract This paper reports the discovery of the earliest evidence of domesticated wheat in the Crimean peninsula from the Ardych-Burun shell midden site, Ukraine. The Ardych-Burun site dates to middle of the 4th millennium cal b.c. For the first time, the chronology of a Ukrainian Chalcolithic period site has been established through direct radiocarbon dating of cereal grains retrieved from it. This discovery allows for a wider discussion of the chronology and geographical origins of… Expand
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