While there are many books on the emergence and spread of
agriculture, to date there has not been a book that focuses
specifically on the archaeobotanical evidence related to this
important transition. This book therefore corrects a major
shortcoming in studies of the Neolithic transition by: (i)
focussing on the vital clues provided by charred and waterlogged
plant remains, which have tended to be downplayed or even
misrepresented in terms of their contribution to our understanding
of the transition to agriculture, and (ii) by considering the
transition from an intercontinental perspective.
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