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Neolithic agricultural management in the Eastern Mediterranean: new insight from a multi-isotope approach

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The work presented in this dissertation explores the nature of agro-pastoral strategies developed by Neolithic farmers as a way to understand how early food production was inter-twined with environmental and socio-economic opportunities and constraints. Towards this end, a multi-isotope approach is used to address questions of scale and intensity of crop cultivation and animal management at the archaeological sites of Kouphovouno, southern Greece, Makriyalos, northern Greece, and Çatalhöyü...

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University of Oxford, Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art
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IP-1447-0514
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