The Origin and Spread of Neolithic Plant Economies in the Near East and Europe

Stephen J. Shennan, James Conolly, 2007

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Introduction

The database contains information collected by Sue Colledge (UCL) as part of the AHRB-funded project "The Origin and Spread of Neolithic Plant Economies in the Near East and Europe", directed by Stephen Shennan (UCL) and James Conolly (UCL, now Trent University, Canada).

References

  • Colledge, S., Conolly, J. and Shennan, S. 2004 Archaeobotanical Evidence for the Spread of Farming in the Eastern Mediterranean. Current Anthropology Volume 45 Supplement:S35-S58.
  • Colledge, S., Conolly, J. and Shennan, S. 2005 The evolution of Neolithic farming from SW Asian origins to NW European limits. European Journal of Archaeology. 8(2):137-156