Preliminary Report on the Annecy Project, 1984-1986.


The Annecy Project was designed as a long range geographical research effort aimed at understanding rural economic transformations in the Annecy cluse, France. A major element of this project involves the development of paleoenvironmental reconstructions. This research is being undertaken by Dr. David Siddle and his colleagues and students at the University of Liverpool, and others. Subsequent to the 1985 excavation, James Schoenwetter of the Palynology Laboratory of the Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, began a program to

collect palynological data to provide additional paleoenvironmental information to the Siddle research effort.

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Preliminary Report on the Annecy Project, 1984-1986.. James Schoenwetter, James E. Ayres, David Siddle. 1988 ( tDAR id: 6271) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8ST7NNN


Spatial Coverage

min long: 6.157; min lat: 45.727 ; max long: 6.243; max lat: 45.839 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): James Schoenwetter

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