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Hunter-Gatherer Archaeobotany
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* Introduction* The great want* Late Prehistoric plant resource intensification in the eastern San Francisco Bay area* Perusing the pits* Plants and pithouses* Patterns in the prehistoric use of non-agrarian botanical resources in the Long Island and Block Island Sound region of eastern North America* Archaeobotany of an early Ertebolle (Late Mesolithic) site at Halsskov, Zealand, Denmark* Mesolithic plant use in the wester Pyrenees* Preliminary results of an archaeobotanical analysis of Mesolithic sites in the Veenkolonien, Province of Groningen, the Netherlands* Archaeological charcoal used for environmental reconstruction* More on acorn eating during the Natufian* Nut exploitation in Jomon society* Reed tents and straw baskets? Plant resources during the Magdalenian of Southwest Germany* Reconstructing the palaeoecology of Ohalo II, an Early Epipalaeolithic sites in Isreal* Plants and subsistence of hunter-gatherers in the prehistory East European Plain (Upper Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Sub-Neolithic)* The archaeobotany of European hunter-gatherers

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Sarah Mason is a former Research Fellow at UCL, Institute of Archaeology, London. Jon Hather is Senior Lecturer in Archaeobotany at UCL, Institute of Archaeology, London.

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