1708Re: Origins of Cultivation
- Jun 4, 2006Some further references on plant domestication which are very worthwhile
for interested parties to read:
Kusimba, S. 2005. What Is a Hunter-Gatherer? Variation in the
Archaeological Record of Eastern and Southern Africa. Journal of
Archaeological Research 13, 337-366.
Terrell, J., Hart, J., Barut, S., Cellinese, N., Curet, A., Denham, T.,
Kusimba, C., Latinis, K., Oka, R., Palka, J., Pohl, M., Pope, K.,
Williams, P., Haines, H. and Staller, S. 2003. Domesticated Landscapes:
The Subsistence Ecology of Plant and Animal Domestication. Journal of
Archaeological Method and Theory 10, 323-368.
Haaland, R. 1995. Sedentism, cultivation, and Plant Domestication in the
Holocene Middle Nile Region. Journal of Field Archaeology 22, 157-174.
With regards to David Hall's post. The earliest evidence for controlled
fire comes from Member III at Swartkrans, South Africa, dated to c. 1.2 mya.
Best, Mikey Brass
MA in Archaeology degree, University College London
"The Antiquity of Man" http://www.antiquityofman.com
Book: "The Antiquity of Man: Artifactual, fossil and gene records explored"
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