In this major new volume, leading scholars demonstrate the
importance of archaeobotanical evidence in the understanding of the
spread of agriculture in southwest Asia and Europe. Whereas
previous overviews have focused either on Europe or on southwest
Asia, this volume considers the transition from a pan-regional
perspective, thus making a significant contribution to our
understanding of the processes and dynamics in the transition to
food production on both continents. It will be relevant to
students, researchers, practitioners and instructors in
archaeology, archaeobotany, agrobotany, agricultural history,
anthropology, area studies, economic history and cultural
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