Veen, van der, M. (2007). Formation processes of desiccated and carbonized plant remains --. J Archaeol Sci 34 (6). Vol 34(6), pp. 968-990.

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Formation processes of desiccated and carbonized plant remains --
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the identification of routine practice
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J Archaeol Sci 34 (6)
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Journal of Archaeological Science
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34 (6)
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968 - 990
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The taphonomic or formation processes of desiccated and carbonized plant remains are reviewed and compared. Both types of assemblage frequently consist of material of mixed origin, but despite a high degree of mixing, the various routes of entry are still identifiable, and it is concluded that archaeological plant assemblages are more robust than often assumed. Case studies where the accurate identification of the formation processes has been critical are examined and guidelines on how to assess the formation processes are presented. It is argued that the coherence of archaeobotanical assemblages is due to the fact that they represent day-to-day routine behavioural practices. As these routine practices are socially and culturally structured, the identification of formation processes of plant remains can help identify social and cultural behaviour and changes therein.
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Marijke Veen, van der
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2007
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Archaeological Plant (Auto Detected Subject))
Carbonized Plant Remains (Auto Detected Subject))
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URI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03054403
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03 Dec 2007