Neolithic Plant Exploitation at Bronocice
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The purpose of this article is to present the recovered plant remains and their subsistence and ecological analysis from Lublin-Volhynian, Funnel Beaker, and Funnel-Beaker-Baden culture occupations at Bronocice, dating from approximately 3800 to 2700 BC. Domesticated plants were significant in all time periods, but gathered plants supplemented the diet throughout the 1100 years under review. Some were trees and shrubs used for fodder, consumption and technological items but most were ruderals found growing in agricultural land, old fields, and pastures.
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