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The separation of the pollen of wild Poaceae species from that of domesticated cereal crops is of considerable importance to palynologists studying Holocene vegetational and agricultural change. Studies of the characteristics of modern pollen populations indicate that it may be possible to...
The late Pleistocene site of Oerel which represents the Eemian and the Weichselian interstadials Brörup, Odderade, Oerel and Glinde as well as parts of the stadials Herning and Rederstall was investigated for botanical remains such as fruits, seeds, wood, leaves and mosses, as well as insect...
A plaster made of tar with the fruit of Lithospermum officinale L. (common gromwell) was found in a woman’s grave discovered at site no. 14 in Szarbia, Koniusza district, Małopolska province. The grave is dated to early Bronze Age, the late phase of the Mierzanowice culture (from about 1750 to...
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