Revisiting Harappa. A re-evaluation of Macro-botanical evidence.
Author(s): Nathaniel James
Harappa is a key site in understanding of the plant-human relationships that defined the increasing urbanization and eventual regionalization of the Indus Valley from 3300-1700 cal. BC. This paper presents a re-evaluation of macro-botanical evidence excavated at Harappa from 1990-2000. It charts how the archaeobotanical record reflects changing social organization at the site.
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- Society for American Archaeology 82nd Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC (2017) •
- Seeds of the Past, Seeds of the Future: Papers in Honor of Steven A. Weber
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Revisiting Harappa. A re-evaluation of Macro-botanical evidence.. Nathaniel James. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 429143)
min long: 59.678; min lat: 4.916 ; max long: 92.197; max lat: 37.3 ;
Abstract Id(s): 16379