BOTANICAL ASPECTS OF ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY AT GORDION, TURKEY
This work is a contribution to both the archaeobotany of west Asia and the archaeology of the site of Gordion. This work's major concern is understanding long-term changes in the environment and in land use. An important finding is that the most sustainable use of this landscape involves mixed farming of dry-farmed cereals, summer-irrigated garden crops, and animal husbandry. Photos.
Size: 8¾x11¼ inches
Item #: 1954806
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