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  • n. The study of plant remains from archaeological sites.


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  • It seems unlikely, but he manages to make topics like paleoethnobotany and livestock diseases fascinating.

    Long view.

  • Her specialty is paleoethnobotany, aka archaeobotany, a discipline concerned with the surviving traces of plant materials used by humans in ancient times -- seeds, charcoal, fiber, wood, pollen, and plant-generated silica.

    Seeds of Time

  • Your field, paleoethnobotany, is a fairly specialized subject.

    Conversations: Secrets of the Seeds

  • Minnis is a professor of archaeology and paleoethnobotany, a field that got its first big boost in the 1960s when archaeologists realized that not all plant remains rot.

    News from The Scientist


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