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Title: Plant uses in different bronze and iron age settlements from the Nuoro province (Sardinia). The results of phytolith analyses from several ceramic fragments and grinding stones.
Author: Albert Cristóbal, Rosa Maria
Portillo Ramírez, Marta, 1976-
Keywords: Fitòlits
Química arqueològica
Restes de plantes (Arqueologia)
Sardenya (Itàlia)
Phytoliths
Archaeological chemistry
Plant remains (Archaeology)
Sardinia (Italy)
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Editorial Complutense
Abstract: Ceramic vessels and milling stones are important components of the archaeological record in several Nuraghi from the Pranemuru Plateau (Sardinia). To obtain information on the possible uses of the milling stones and the content vessels is of great interest to understand the economical activities carried out in these sites by these populations. One of the approaches to obtain information on the plant uses was the phytolith analyses of the sediment adhered both to the surface of the milling stones and to the surface of the vessel content. In total we analyzed eleven archaeological samples and two control samples collected from five different Nuraghi in the Pranemuru Plateau (Nuoro Province, Sardinia). The Nuraghi were located in an area of 10 km radius from nuraghe Arrubiu and were chronologically ascribed to the Bronze Age and one site -Pranu Illixi- to the Iron Age.
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a: http://www.ucm.es/BUCM/revistas/ghi/11316993/articulos/CMPL0505220109A.PDF
It is part of: Complutum, 2005, num. Anejos 10, p. 109-120
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/53429
ISSN: 1131-6993
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Història i Arqueologia)

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