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Title

Modelling Anthropic Activity Markers: a multidisciplinary approach to the study of plant-related domestic activities

AuthorsLancelotti, Carla ; Alcaina-Mateos, Jonas; García-Granero Fos, Juan José ; Pecci, Alessandra; Ruiz Giralt, Abel; Ruiz Pérez, Javier; Zurro Hernández, Débora
KeywordsAntropic Activity Markers
Geostatistics
Phytoliths
Starch
Residues
Geochemistry
Plantrelated activities
Issue Date2016
PublisherScience Council of Japan
CitationWorld Archaeology Congress. WAC-8 Kyoto (2016)
AbstractThe concept of Anthropic Activity Markers as ethnography-derived models to interpret archaeological activities has seen a remarkable development in recent years. In this talk we present preliminary results of the MoMArq project, a multidisciplinary project that combines cross-cultural studies with analyses of botanical, physical and chemical proxies to investigate plant-related activities in the past. Ethnography-inspired models are being validated through ethnoarchaeological studies and applied to interpret archaeological contexts. This approach allows for a better identification of how people used domestic spaces in the past for plant-related activities, specifically food processing and consumption.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/147428
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