Archaeological Analogues from NW Spain
Author(s): Peter J. Reynolds
The prehistorian studying the agriculture and its allied structures and processes of the four and half millennia B.C. is beset by almost insurmountable difficulties. My own research, which ranges from the Neolithic to the Romano-British period is designed to test the theories or hypotheses offered to explain the development of agriculture. A description of the Butser Ancient Farm Research Project, its principles, philosophy and aims is reports as an appendix tot he paper I presented to this conference in 1977.
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Archaeological Analogues from NW Spain. Peter J. Reynolds. Les Techniques de Conservation des Grains a Long Terme. 2: xx-xx. 1981 ( tDAR id: 414466) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8414466
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min long: -18.003; min lat: 27.731 ; max long: 4.276; max lat: 43.764 ;
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ExArc Id(s): 715
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General Note: More information about the Butser Ancient Farm Archive and this document can be found at butser.org.uk.
Rights & Attribution: Christine Shaw contributed a copy of this document to the collection. EXARC thanks her for her dedication to preserving the Butser Ancient Farm Archive.
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