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Late Holocene landscape changes in central Italy

Posted on gen 3, 2015 in Research

From 200 BC to AD 1300 the landscape on the Etruscan coast in central Italy changed completely independent of climate In a research paper...

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The first archaeobotanical review of archaeological sites in Italy

Posted on gen 3, 2015 in Research

More than 15 archaeobotanical teams, working on 630 archaeological sites in the last 25 years, reconstructed the history of the cultural...

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The Late Holocene history of silver fir

Posted on ott 8, 2014 in Research

Is silver fir a relic species with no potential to expand its spatial range? Is silver fir a mountain species? In a study published in the...

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A new archaeobotanical study of Italian Roman ports

Posted on lug 4, 2014 in Research

In Roman times the Tyrrhenian coast was characterized by a deciduous forest and wood for shipbuilding was of local provenance In a study...

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Our new research on Medieval farming in central Italy

Posted on gen 16, 2014 in Research

The einkorn was a “cultural” element of the Lombard farming, while rye characterized the later Carolingian feudal period In a new...

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Forest history and human impact on the Tyrrhenian coast of Calabria

Posted on set 27, 2013 in Research, Slide

Our team is reconstructing the landscape history of a Bronze Age settlement Although the Bronze Age development in Southern Italy has...

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