Vol. 11 (2011)

5th International Meeting of Charcoal Analysis: Charcoal as Cultural and Biological Heritage

Vol. 11 (2011)

Comité Científico

Credits
 
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Introducción

INTRODUCTION
Ernestina Badal Garcia, Yolanda Carrión
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Comunicaciones

Short tree ring series: the study materials of the dendro-anthracologist
Dominique Marguerie
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15-16
Working with WODAN - an online charcoal database
Ingelise Stuijts, Lorna O'Donnell
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Vitrification and craft fire in occidental Mediterranean. Describing characteristics, first results and research hypothesis
Christophe Vaschalde, Aline Dur, Jacques Thiriot
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Measuring burn temperatures from charcoal using the reflectance method, first results from an Irish Bronze Age cremation site
Robyn Veal, Lorna O'Donnell, Laura McParland
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Scanning the historical and scientific significance of charcoal production – local scale, high resolution kiln site anthracology at the landscape level
Thomas Ludemann
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Methodological approaches towards the quantification and identification of charcoal samples retrieved from archaeological sites
Ellen O'Carroll, Fraser Mitchell
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Charcoal as tracer of local tree taxa in the Pleistocene loess field of Central Europe. Which relationship with flora, vegetation, landscape or climate?
Freddy Damblon, Paul Haesaerts
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Differential preservation of anthracological material and mechanical properties of wood charcoal, an experimental approach of fragmentation
Julia Chzrazvzez, Isabelle Théry-Parisot, Jean-Frédéric Terral, Alexandre Ducom, Gilbert Fiorucci
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Charcoal analysis and wood diameter: inductive and deductive methodological approaches for the study of firewood collecting practices
Isabelle Théry-Parisot, Alexa Dufraisse, Julia Chzrazvzez, Auréade Henry, Sandrine Paradis-Grenouillet
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Assessment of the Holocene fire history of Northern Germany based on various charcoal records, investigated at various spatial scales
Vincent Robin
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The ubiquity correction as an alternative method for the quantification of charcoal
Magdalena Moskal-del Hoyo
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Dendrochronological study of charred wood at the Cerro Pintado archaeological site (Patagonia, Argentina)
Laura Caruso Fermé, Ricardo Villalba
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Experimentation and combustion properties of Patagonian Andean forest (Argentina)
Laura Caruso Fermé, Isabelle Théry-Parisot
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Evaluating methods and results for the application of anthracology to high diversity and high endemism environments: Case study in the Tiwaka Valley, north-eastern Grande Terre of New Caledonia
Emilie Dotte-Sarout
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Wood and charcoal anatomy: Problems and solutions
Werner H. Schoch
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Archaeological charcoal from the African Rainforest. Describing and defining wood types from a diverse environment
Alexa Hoehn
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The multipurpose date palm 'tree': anatomical identification of modern palm stems and practical application in the archaeological site of Madâ'in Sâlih (Saudi Arabia)
Charlène Bouchaud, Romain Thomas, Margareta Tengberg
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Wood anatomy microanalysis for dendrochronological and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction. Prehistoric woody plants from the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula
Mireia Celma
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Wood and charcoal anatomy in species of the Brazilian cerrado: effect of carbonization on wood structure
Thaís A.P. Gonçalves, Camen R. Marcati, Rita Scheel-Ybert
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Types of ash resultant from burning different vegetation and from varied combustion processes
Merche B. Bodí, Gary Sheridan, Philip Noske, Jane Cawson, Victoria Balfour
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What is natural: the role of palaeoenvironmental research in reconstructing the history of continental ecosystems
Antonio Martínez Cortizas
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Evidence from charcoal of fire regimes in the Cretaceous of Alberta, Canada
Sarah Annes Brown, Andrew C. Scott, Margaret E. Collinson, Dennis Braman
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Evidence of fire regimes in the Pleistocene of the California Islands
Andrew C. Scott, Mark Hardiman, Nicholas Pinter, R. Scott Anderson
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Main data and general insights of recent soil charcoal investigations on nine sites in Central Europe
Vincent Robin, Oliver Nelle
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Soil charcoal analysis: a tool to investigate non-linear abrupt changes in ecosystems
Vincent Robin, Annegret Larsen, Hans-Rudolf Bork, Oliver Nelle
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Charcoals in dunes - an example from Northern Germany
Doris Jansen, Uta Lungershausen, Vincent Robin, Oliver Nelle
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Pedoanthracology and dendroecology: two complementary approaches applied to old forest history
Brigitte Talon, Philippe Toutlan, Mélanie Saulnier, Vincent Robin, Diane Cattenoz, Laurent Hardion, Loïc Botta, Maryse Alvitre, Jean-Louis Edouard, Frédéric Guibal
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Subalpine forest history and dynamics in the French Alps (Queyras)
Mélanie Saulnier, Brigitte Talon, Philippe Touflan
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Soil, charcoal, vegetation dynamics and agro-pastoral activities since Neolithic in the medium mountain of Mont Lozère (France)
Marie-Claude Bal, Ramon Julia, Morgane Liard, Philippe Allée, Sandrine Paradis-Grenouillet, Gabriel Servera Vives, Yannick Miras, Santiago Riera
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Holocene environmental reconstruction in Southern Calabria (Italy): an integrated anthracological and pedological approach
Emilia Allevato, Daniela Moser, Teresa Pelle, Fabio Scarciglia, Filippo Terrasi, Oliver Nelle, Gaetano Di Pasquale
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73-74
Charcoal analysis in Preventive Archaeology: combining culture heritage management with scientific research in the A75 motorway (Clermont l’Hérault - Béziers, Southern France)
Isabel Figueiral, Laurent Fabre, Christophe Tardy
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75-76
The fire of Iberian Neanderthals. Wood charcoal from three new Mousterian sites in the Iberian Peninsula
Ernestina Badal, Valentín Villaverde, João Zilhão
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77-78
Environment and plant economy during the Mesolithic in the Haut-Quercy (Lot, France): anthracological and carpological data
Auréade Henry, Laurent Bouby, Nicolas Valdeyron
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Vegetation dynamics, human impact and exploitation patterns in the Paris Basin through the Holocene: palynology vs. anthracology.
Chantal Leroyer, Sylvie Coubray, Gisèle Allenet, Jeanne Perrière, Jean-Marie Pernaud
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Fire history in southern Sweden during the past 11500 years: relationships with climate and human impact and the role of fire in forest dynamics
Cui Qiao-Yu, Marie-José Gaillard, Geoffrey Lemdahl, Jonas Wäglindl
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Neolithic wood usages: examples from the lowlands of Germany
Doris Jansen, Oliver Nelle
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Woodland and its use in central Bosnia during the late Neolithic. Results from anthracological investigations in the Visoko-basin
Tim Mattis Schroedter, Robert Hofmann, Martin Furholt, Johannes Müller, Oliver Nelle
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Charcoal analysis for the Neolithic of the Ionian Islands, western Greece: the case of Drakaina Cave at Poros, Kephalonia
Maria Ntinou, Georgia Stratouli
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89-90
On the distribution of deciduous oak in the second half of the Holocene in northern Syria
Katleen Deckers
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91-92
Environmental and social changes recorded in the charcoal remains of Arslantepe (Anatolia) from 3350 to 2000 years BC
Alessia Masi, Laura Sadori, Diego Sabato
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93-94
Evolution and management of humid landscapes in Northern Dauphiné (Rhône valley, France): contribution of charcoal and wood studies
Claire Delhon, Nicolas Bernigaud, Jean-François Berger, Stéphanie Thiébault
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95-96
People and woodlands: an investigation of charcoal remains as indicators of cultural selection and local environment in Bronze Age Ireland.
Lorna O'Donnell
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Integrated archaeobotanical studies in a protohistoric settlement of Central Spain: El Llano de la Horca (Santorcaz, Madrid)
Paloma Uzquiano, Cosimo D'Oronzo, Girolamo Fiorentino, Blanca Ruis-Zapata, Mª José Gil-García, Gonzalo Ruiz-Zapatero, Gabriela Märtens, Miguel Contreras, Enrique Baquedano
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Vegetal roofs analysis from Las Paleras fortification. Human impact during IX-Xth centuries AD (Alhama de Murcia, Spain)
Mireia Celma, José Baños
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101-102
Iron Age and Roman woodworking in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula
Maria Martens, Yolanda Carrión Marco
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103-104
Woodland transformation under palaeogeographic constraints and fuelwood use on a coastal lagoon during the Antiquity, according to charcoal analysis (The Prés-Bas villa and Le Bourbou, Loupian, Hérault)
Lucie Chabal, Isabel Figueiral, Christophe Pellecuer, Iouri Bermond
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105-106
Elena Grau Almero
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Preliminary anthracological study of the Taza site (Western Algeria)
Amrani Samira, Bouyahiaoui Azzedine
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Vegetation history over the last 2500 years: a multi-site approach in Maremma (Tuscany, Italy)
Mauro Buonincontri, Emilia Allevato, Gaetano Di Pasquale
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The Romans, the wood and the forest: state of the art and new data from the Vesuvius area (Naples, Italy)
Daniela Moser, Oliver Nelle, Gaetano Di Pasquale
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Forest management and territorial practices during the Early Middle Ages in the medium mountain of Mont Lozère (France). A combined approach of charcoal and palynological analyses.
Sandrine Paradis-Grenouiller, Gabriel Servera Vives, Philippe Allee, Yannick Miras, Santiago Riera Mora, Claude Bal-Serin, Ramon Julia
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Classic period wood use at monumental centers in northwestern Mesoamerica
Michelle Elliott
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Plants for life and death: evidence of use of plant resources in funerary activities of shellmound builders through the anthracological analysis of Jabuticabeira-II site (Santa Catarina, Brazil)
Gina Faraco Blanchini, Rita Scheel-Ybert
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Wood charcoal production and forest dynamics in the Pedra Branca Massif, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
Mariana Beauclair, Alisson Rangel, Rogério Ribeiro de Oliveira, Rita Scheel-Ybert
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Rethinking human impact on prehistoric vegetation in Southwest Asia: socioeconomics and long-term fuel/timber acquisition strategies at Neolithic Çatalhöyük
Eleni Asouti
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Anthracological analysis of an Early PPNB roof from Tell Qarassa North (southern Syria)
Amaia Arranz, Andrea Balbo, Frank Braemer, Juan José Ibañez, Eneko Iriarte, Eneko Iriarte, Lydia Zapata
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New samples of wood charcoal from Cabeço da Amoreira (Muge, Portugal)
Patrícia Diogo Monteiro, Lydia Zapata Peña, Nuno Ferreira Bicho
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127-128
The exploitation of forest resources in mountain areas during the Neolithic in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula
Laura Obea, Raquel Piqué, Maria Martin, Ermengol Gassiot
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129-130
Neolithic landscape management at Cova de l'Or (Alicante, Spain)
Ernestina Badal, Bernat Martí
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131-132
Vegetation and firewood uses in the western Catalan plain from Neolithic to the Middle Age
Raquel Piqué, Sílvia Vila Moreiras, Natàlia Alonso
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Charcoals from a prehistoric fire-set pit in the Austrian Alps - dendro-dates, wood demand and forest utilization
Thomas Pischler, Gert Goldenberg, Klaus Hanke, Kristóf Kovács, Andrea Thurner, Kurt Nicolussi
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The charcoal and wood remains and the settlement activity of the Zedmar culture population at Szczepanki site 8 (NE Poland)
Katarzyna Cywa, Agnieszka Wacnik
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Long term vegetation changes in the Bilina River region, Czech Republic
Jan Novak, Vlasta Jankovská, Tomaš Bešta, Dagmar Dreslerová
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First anthracological results from Rhine's plain and comparison with other palaeo-environmental data
Noémie Nocus, Julian Wiethold, Damien Ertlen, Nathalie Schneider, Hervé Richard
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Environment and forest edges exploitation in northern France and Belgium during the Neolithic
Aurélie Salavert
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Charcoal analysis from Porto das Carretas: the gathering of wood and the palaeoenvironmental context of SE Portugal during the 3rd millennium
João Tereso, Paula Queiroz, Joaquina Soares, Carlos Tavares da Silva
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Charcoal analysis in the district of Loma (Jaén, Spain)
María Oliva Rodríguez Ariza
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Anthracology from the Far East: a case study from the upper Ying valley (Henan province, China)
Ethel Allué, Shuzhi Wang, Dorian Q. Fuller, Zhang Hai
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Use of wood in the ancient cult of fire temple at Mele Hairam (south-western Turkmenistan), based on preliminary charcoal analysis
Katarzyna Cywa
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The environment of the Nok sites, Central Nigeria - first insights
Alexa Hoehn, Stefanie Kahlheber
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The dry stone wall of 'Paretone dei Greci': an anthracological approach
Anna Maria Grasso, Girolamo Fiorentino, Giovanni Stranieri
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Charcoal analysis at the San Chuis hill fort (Allande, Asturias, Spain)
Ernestina Badal, Yolanda Carrión Marco, Jesús F. Jordá
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Identification of archaeological wood remains from the roman mine of Arditurri 3 (Oiartzun, Basque Country)
Aitor Moreno-Larrazabal, Mertxe Urteaga, Lydia Zapata
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Fuel wood use in a lime kiln at Egnathia (South-eastern Italy) during Late Antiquity
Angela Stellati, Girolamo Fiorentino
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Archaeobotanical analysis in sedimentation deposits of Roman and Medieval pits in caves of NW Iberia. Cova do Xato and Cova Eirós (Lugo, Galicia, Spain)
Andrés Teira Brión, María Martín Seijo, Arturo de Lombera, Ramón Fábregas Valcarce, Xosé Pedro Rodríguez
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Fuel from late-antiquity smithing earths: a comparison between Lecce and Faragola sites (Puglia-Italy)
Valentina Caracuta, Giampiero Colaianni, Girolamo Fiorentino, Milena Primavera
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Wood for fuel in Roman hypocaust baths: new data from the Late-Roman villa of Faragola (SE Italy)
Valentina Caracuta, Girolamo Fiorentino
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An attempt to reconstruct forest communities on the basis of plant material from Roman Iron Age in Poland
Maria Litynska-Zajac
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Woody plant resources in the medieval site of l'Esquerda (Roda de Ter, Barcelona, Spain)
Carmen Cubero Corpas
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Woodland use in Gasteiz during the Middle Ages (700-1200 AD)
Mónica Ruiz-Alonso, Lydia Zapata, Agustín Azkarate, José Luis Solaun
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Anthracology in the Caves of Fuentes de León (Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain): notes for the characterization of the plant environment of the neolithic communities and Roman period of the SW of the Iberian Peninsula
David M. Duque Espino
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Protohistoric Anthracology in the middle valley of the rivers Guadiana and Tajo (Extremadura, Spain)
David M. Duque Espino
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Interpretation of firewood management as a socio-ecological indicator
Alexa Dufraisse
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The very beginning of anthracological investigation
Arne Paysen
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Polynesian earth ovens and their fuels: interpretation of wood charcoal remains from Anaho Valley, Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands
Jennifer M. Huebert, Melinda S. Allen, Rod T. Wallace
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People, trees and charcoal: some reflections about the use of ethnoarchaeology in archaeological charcoal analysis.
Llorenç Picornell Gelabert
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Bronze Age firewood exploitation in south eastern Iberia: a study focusing on wood diameter estimation
María Soledad García, Alexa Dufraisse
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Wood-charcoal in a ritual context at La Bastida de les Alcusses (Moixent, Valencia, Spain)
Yolanda Carrión Marco, Jaime Vives-Ferrándiz Sánchez, Guillermo Tortajada Comeche, Helena Bonet Rosado
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189-190
The cremation structures of the Roman Empire: anthracological data versus historical sources
Carine Cenzon-Salvayre, Aline Durand
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Firewood selection in Roman cremation rituals in Northern Gaul: ritual, functional or opportunistic?
Koen Deforce, Kristof Haneca
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Well lining in ancient hydrological system of Fratte settlement (Salerno, Italy): cypress wood use in the Archaic period (6th-5th century BC)
Giampiero Colaianni, Francesco Scelza, Girolamo Fiorentino, Angela Pontrandolfo, Alfonso Santoriello, Daniela Orrico
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Metallurgy and forest landscapes from the Gallo-Roman to the Modern Period in Périgord-Limousin (France)
Itxaso Euba Rementeria, Philippe Allée, Romain Rouaud, Sandrine Paradis-Grenouiller
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Anthracological analysis of three chariots in South Bulgaria
Tzvetana Popova
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Charcoal analysis of the Iron Age archaeological site in Los Morrones I, Cortes de Arenoso, Castellón, Spain
Sonia De Haro, Amparo Barrachina
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