A microCT protocol for the visualisation and identiﬁcation of domesticated plant remains within pottery sherds
In tropical, arid and semi-arid environments, archaeobotanical preservation is often relatively poor and, his-torically, archaeobotanical extraction techniques have been inconsistently applied. As a result, the surface im-pressions of plants in organic-tempered pottery sherds have been relied upon to explore questions of past human-plant relationships, including domestication. Traditional imaging techniques used to study the morphology of plant impressions have signiﬁcant limitations including...[Show more]
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