Man's Role in the Shaping of the Eastern Mediterranean Landscape: Proceedings of the Symposium on the Impact of Ancient Man on the Landscape of the E Med Region & the Near East: Groningen, March 1989

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S. Bottema, G. Entjes-Nieborg, W. van Zeist
CRC Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Social Science - 352 pages
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Revised papers from a symposium entitled "The impact of ancient man on the landscape of the Eastern Mediterranean region and the Near East" held in Groningen, the Netherlands, March 1989.
 

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Contents

Landscape stability and destabilisation in the prehistory of Greece
139
Trace metal accumulation in soils on and around ancient settlements in Greece
159
A Postglacial record from the Kopais Basin Greece
173
Archaeozoological aspects of Late Holocene economy and environment in the Near East
195
Some reflections on anthropogenic indicators and the record of prehistoric occupation
219
Vegetation and human occupation in the lowlands and foothills of eastern Georgia in the
265
Palynological evidence of human impact on the vegetation as recorded in Late Holocene
283
Extinction of Acacia nilotica in Israel A methodological approach
307

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