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Farming Practices in the Early Neolithic According to Agricultural Tools: Evidence from La Draga Site (Northeastern Iberia)

AutorTerradas-Batlle, Xavier ; Piqué, Raquel ; Palomo, Antoni; Antolín i Tutusaus, Ferran ; López, Oriol; Revelles, Jordi; Buxó, Ramon
Palabras claveFarming
Agricultural tools
La Draga site
Early Neolithic
NE Iberia
Fecha de publicación2017
EditorSpringer
CitaciónTimes of Neolithic Transition along the Western Mediterranean : 199-220 (2017)
ResumenLa Draga is an open-air settlement located on the shoreline of Lake Banyoles in the Northeast of the Iberian Peninsula. To date, two occupation phases have been differentiated, both attributed to the Early Neolithic (5300–4900 cal BC). The proximity of the lake has meant that a large part of the site has been covered by the water table; as a consequence organic materials are well preserved. The preservation of wooden artefacts offers an excellent opportunity to study the techniques and crafts developed in the first Neolithic villages. This chapter presents the wooden tools related to agricultural practices. This assemblage consists of 45 pointed sticks, 24 of which can be interpreted as digging sticks according to ethnographic and archaeological parallels and the results of a specific experimental program, and 7 sickle handles, one of which holds a flint blade still inserted in its original position. The information these implements provide for the knowledge of the first agriculture is discussed and compared with data supplied by several archaeobotanical proxies. The two approaches are seen to contribute complementary data allowing a more comprehensive reconstruction of the farming practices of Early Neolithic communities in the Western Mediterranean.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/155139
DOI10.1007/978-3-319-52939-4_8
ISBN978-3-319-52937-0
978-3-319-52939-4
ISSN1567-8040
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