The archaeobotany of Kuk
The study of plants in archaeology—archaeobotany—is key to discovering how and when people exploited, cultivated and domesticated plants in the past, influenced their dispersal and effected their present-day biogeographic distributions. Archaeobotanical study incorporates a complex of methodologies, often reliant on carefully planned and executed sampling strategies and dependent on good preservation of various plant remains (Pearsall 2000).
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