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Dry, rainfed or irrigated? Reevaluating the role and development of rice agriculture in Iron Age-Early Historic South India using archaeobotanical approaches

using archaeobotanical approaches AuthorsAuthors and affiliations Eleanor Kingwell-Banham Open Access Original Paper First Online: 15 February 2019 178 Downloads Abstract Domestic rice

Archaeobotanical Investigations into Golbai Sasan and Gopalpur, Two Neolithic-Chalcolithic Settlements of Odisha

This paper presents the results of plant macro-remain and phytolith analyses from two Neolithic-Early Historic mounded settlement sites in Odisha, eastern India: Gopalpur and Golbai Sasan. Macrobotanical and phytolith samples were taken throughout the stratigraphy and the results are presented here. The plant remains confirm the presence of a distinct agricultural economy in...

Comparing Pathways to Agriculture

, University College London. PhD, Cambridge University, 2000. X close Eleanor Kingwell-Banham, UCL Institute of Archaeology, GB About Eleanor Archaeobotanist at UCL. X close Leilani Lucas