The Potentials of Anthracology and the Study of Archaeological Parenchyma in Vietnam Archaeology
Author(s): Jasminda Ceron
Archaeobotanical studies in Southeast Asia has been gradually developing in the archaeological scene in providing interpretation of the past. In this paper, a macro-botanical study of Vietnam, focusing on the anthracology (wood charcoal) and archaeological parenchyma, was initiated. The principles and methods used by the archaeologists in other regions in the analysis of wood charcoal and parenchymatous plant tissue are applied in the analysis of the plant remains recovered in the archaeological sites in Vietnam. The results will provide significant contributions to address questions relating to the past landscape, managing of the plant resources, seasonality, and the plant usage practices in the region.
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The Potentials of Anthracology and the Study of Archaeological Parenchyma in Vietnam Archaeology. Jasminda Ceron. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 430419)
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