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Petr Pokorný

PF 2024

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TOPIC: Archaeobotany sorted by Items 1 - 46 of 46


Archaeobotanical Evidence of Funerary Plant Offerings at the Southern Etrurian Necropolis of “Valle Santa nell’Agro Veientano” (Rome, Italy)
Claudia Moricca, Alessio De Cristofaro, Laura Ambrosini
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 14(1): 063-070, 2023. Published: January 17, 2023
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2023.1.4

Application of Phytolith (Microbiomorphic) and Non-Pollen Palynomorph Analyses to the Geoarchaeological Study of the Graft Farmyard, the Netherlands
Olga Druzhinina, Dario Hruševar, Kasper Jurgen van den Berghe, Nancy de Jong-Lambregts, Alexandra Golyeva, Koraljka Bakrač, Božena Mitić
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 14(1): 105–117, 2022. Published: October 18, 2022
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2023.1.8

Animal and Plant Remains from Two Kalenderberg Group (Hallstatt Culture) Cremation Graves in Devín-Záhrady, Slovakia
Zora Bielichová, Mária Hajnalová, Petra Kmeťová, Peter Barta
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 11(2): 149–176, 2020. Published: December 7, 2020
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2020.2.2

Cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium L.) in the Archaeological Chronicle of Ukraine
Sergiy Gorbanenko
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 11(2): 177–182, 2020. Published: October 21, 2020
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2020.2.3

Landscape Transformed: Archaeological, Historical and Environmental Dating of the Early Modern Field System in Valštejn, Czech Republic
Ivana Šitnerová, Jaromír Beneš, Ivana Trpáková, Jiří Bumerl, Veronika Komárková,Tereza Majerovičová, Lenka Hrabáková, Kristina Janečková
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 11(1): 089-101, 2020. Published: July 24, 2020
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2020.1.7

The Benefits of Using Radiocarbon Dating and an Interdisciplinary Approach for Identifying Contamination of Archaeological Find Assemblages. A Case Study from the Multi-period Settlement Site at Rakovice, Czech Republic
Tereza Šálková, Tomáš Hiltscher, Dagmar Dreslerová, Lenka Kovačiková, Jaroslav Jiřík
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 11(1): 021-031, 2020. Published: July 11, 2020
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2020.1.2

Burnt grain and crop cleaning residues: an archaeobotanical contribution to the understanding of 3rd–6th century AD longhouses in Jutland and Funen (Denmark)
Radoslaw Grabowski
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 11(1): 047-062, 2020. Published: June 25, 2020
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2020.1.4

Charred Organic Material, Heated by Anthropogenic Fires and Hot Volcanic Products from the Minoan Eruption, Excavated from the Bronze Age Site of Akrotiri on the Cycladic Island of Thera (Greece)
Freek Braadbaart, Anaya Sarpaki, Harry Veld, Bertil van Os
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 10(2): 129–141, 2019. Published: December 29, 2019
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2019.2.3

Looking Beyond the Surface: Use of High Resolution X-Ray Computed Tomography on Archaeobotanical Remains
Charlene Murphy, Dorian Q. Fuller, Chris Stevens, Tom Gregory, Fabio Silva, Rita Dal, Martello, Jixiang Song, Andrew J. Bodey, Christoph Rau
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 10(1): 007-018, 2019. Published: June 12, 2019
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2019.1.1

Charcoal Kilns in the Northern Apennines (Italy): Forest Exploitation by Past Societies in Mountain Areas
Alessandra Benatti, Marie Bal, Philippe Allée,Giovanna Bosi, Daniele Dallai, Anna Maria Mercuri
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(2): 169-178, 2018. Published: December 30, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.2.4

Early Arrival of New World Species Enriching the Biological Assemblage of the Santi Quattro Coronati Complex (Rome, Italy)
Claudia Moricca, Francesca Alhaique, Lia Barelli, Alessia Masi, Simona Morretta, Raffaele Pugliese, Laura Sadori
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(2): 191-203, 2018. Published: December 6, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.2.6

The disappearance of cultural landscapes: the case of wooded-meadows in the Ligurian Apennines (NW Italy)
Chiara Molinari, Carlo Montanari
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(2): 157-167, 2018. Published: December 2, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.2.3

Holocene Vegetation Dynamics and First Land-Cover Estimates in the Auvergne Mountains (Massif Central, France): Key Tools to Landscape Management
Yannick Miras, Michela Mariani, Paul M. Ledger, Alfredo Mayoral, Léo Chassiot, Marlène Lavrieux
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(2): 179–190, 2018. Published: November 19, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.2.5

A Roman Structure from Hurbanovo, SW Slovakia: Multiproxy Investigation of Unique Waterlogged Deposit
Mária Hajnalová, Zora Bielichová, Ján Rajtár, Denisa Krčová, Tomáš Čejka, Zbyšek Šustek, Jana Mihályiová
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(1): 043-069, 2018. Published: September 13, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.1.4

The Prehistoric Wetland Site of Náklo (Moravia, Czech Republic) – a Unique Piece of History
Alexandra Bernardová, Jan Novák, Vendula Vránová
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 8(1): 09–16, 2017. Published: June 15, 2017
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2017.1.1

Kernel Weights of Triticum, Hordeum, Avena, Secale and Panicum Species can be used for Better Estimation of Importance of Different Cereal Species in Archaeobotanical Assemblages
Michal Hejcman, Lukáš Hlísnikovský, Pavla Hejcmanová, Tereza Šálková, Jaromír Beneš
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 7(2): 189-196, 2016. Published: December 28, 2016
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2016.2.4

Humans and Water in Desert “Refugium” Areas: Palynological Evidence of Climate Oscillations and Cultural Developments in Early and Mid-Holocene Saharan Edges
Anna Maria Mercuri, Assunta Florenzano, Carlo Giraudi, Elena A. A. Garcea
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(2): 151–160, 2015. Published: December 30, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.2.2

Contemporaneousness of Trackway Construction and Environmental Change: a Dendrochronological Study in Northwest-German Mires
Inke Achterberg, Andreas Bauerochse, Thomas Giesecke, Alf Metzler, Hanns Hubert Leuschner
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(1): 19–29, 2015. Published: September 24, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.1.2

Abies alba and Homo sapiens in the Schwarzwald – a Difficult Story
Manfred Rösch
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(1): 47–62, 2015. Published: September 24, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.1.4

Yield and Nutritive Value of Grain, Glumes and Straw of Triticum dicoccum Produced by Prehistoric Technology in Comparison to T. aestivum Produced by Modern Technology
Michal Hejcman, Pavla Hejcmanová
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(1): 31–45, 2015. Published: September 22, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.1.3

Economy and Environment of a Medieval Town Reflected in Wells Backfill in Písek, Bakaláře Square (South Bohemia, Czech Republic)
Tereza Šálková, Petra Houfková, Jaroslav Jiřík, Lenka Kovačiková, Jan Novák, Martin Pták,Tomáš Bešta, Alžběta Čejková, Eva Myšková
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(1): 63–82, 2015. Published: September 7, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.1.5

What Did They Eat, What Did They Drink, and from What? An Interdisciplinary Window into Everyday Life of the Early Modern Burgher’s Household in Český Krumlov (Czech Republic)
Michal Preusz, Jaromír Beneš, Lenka Kovačiková, Petr Kočár, Jan Kaštovský
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 5(1): 59–77, 2014. Published: September 30, 2014
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2014.1.5

The Use of Environmental Methods for Studying the Fortification, Economic System and Natural Environment of a Hillfort from the Beginning of the Middle Bronze Age at Vrcovice, Czech Republic
Daniel Hlásek, Petra Houfková, Lenka Kovačiková, Antonín Majer, Jan Novák, Jaroslav Pavelka, Tomáš Bešta, Tereza Šálková
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 5(1): 31–47, 2014. Published: September 15, 2014
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2014.1.3

The Origin, Archaeobotany and Ethnobotany of Sweet Chestnut (Castanea sativa Miller) in the Czech Republic
Jitka Kosňovská
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 4(2): 163–176, 2013. Published: December 20, 2013
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2013.2.3

Human Response to Potential Robust Climate Change around 5500 cal BP in the Territory of Bohemia (the Czech Republic)
Dagmar Dreslerová
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 3(1): 043–055, 2012. Published: September 28, 2012
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2012.1.3

Pollen Taphonomy and Hydrology at Vranský potok versus Zahájí Alluvial Pollen sites: Methodological Implications for Cultural Landscape Reconstruction in the Peruc Sandstone area, Czech Republic
Bruce M. Albert, Petr Pokorný
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 3(1): 085–101, 2012. Published: September 28, 2012
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2012.1.6

New Plants at Prague Castle and Hradčany in the Early Modern Period: a History of Selected Species
Jaromír Beneš, Věra Čulíková, Jitka Kosňovská, Jan Frolík, Josef Matiášek
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 3(1): 103–114, 2012. Published: September 28, 2012
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2012.1.7

Morphology and Molecular Analysis of Ancient Grape Seeds
Claudio Milanesi, Francesca Antonucci, Paolo Menesatti, Corrado Costa, Claudia Faleri, Mauro Cresti
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 2(2): 095–100, 2011. Published: December 29, 2011
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2011.2.2

Fragmented Barley Grains from the Late Bronze Age Turnov-Maškovy Zahrady Site in North Bohemia
Alexandra Bernardová, Veronika Komárková, Jan Prostředník, Jaromír Beneš
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 1(-1): 37–44, 2010. Published: April 14, 2011
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2010.1-2.4

Environment and Economy of the Early Medieval Settlement in Žatec
Petr Kočár, Petr Čech, Radka Kozáková, Romana Kočárová
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 1(-1): 45–60, 2010. Published: April 14, 2011
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2010.1-2.5

Thematic Reviews

Current State of Archaeobotanical Research in Ghana: On Diet, Food Resources and Research Perspectives
Patricia Ayipey, Dela Kuma, Jaromír Beneš
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 15(1): 095–106, 2024. Published: January 6, 2024
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2024.1.7

The “Mediterranean Forest”: A Perspective for Vegetation History Reconstruction
Marta Mariotti Lippi, Anna Maria Mercuri, Bruno Foggi
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(2): 207–218, 2018. Published: December 31, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.2.7

Microscopic Analysis of Starch Grains and its Applications in the Archaeology of the Stone Age
Jaromír Kovárník, Jaromír Beneš
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(1): 083-093, 2018. Published: September 12, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.1.6

Exotic Spices in Flux: Archaeobotanical Material from Medieval and Early Modern Sites of the Czech Lands (Czech Republic)
Michal Preusz, Kateřina Kodýdková, Petr Kočár, Zdeněk Vaněček
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(2): 223–236, 2015. Published: December 29, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.2.6

Plant use in the Mesolithic period. Archaeobotanical data from the Czech Republic in a European context – a review
Michaela Divišová, Petr Šída
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(1): 95–106, 2015. Published: September 22, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.1.7

News and Views

Forest, Wood, and Ancient Man
Manfred Rösch
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 3(2): 247-255, 2012. Published: November 27, 2012
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2012.2.7

Archaeobotanical Database of the Czech Republic, an Interim Report
Adéla Pokorná, Dagmar Dreslerová, Dana Křivánková
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 2(1): 49–53, 2011. Published: October 21, 2011
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2011.1.5

Book Reviews


Of Humans and Science. Laboratory of Archaeobotany and Palaeoecology and the Second Decade of Environmental Archaeology at the University of South Bohemia
Jaromír Beneš, Michaela Ptáková, Lenka Kovačiková, Tereza Majerovičová, Alexandra Bernardová, Kristýna Budilová, Patricia Ayipey, Ivana Šitnerová, Jiří Bumerl, Veronika Komárková, Jaromír Kovárník, Adéla Pokorná, Yulia Salova, Libor Vobejda, Tereza Šálková, Jarmila Skružná, Jan Novák
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 14(1): 121-136, 2023. Published: January 19, 2023
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2023.1.9

VIAS - the Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science
Irmgard Hein, Birgit Bühler, Maria Ivanova-Bieg, Günther-Karl Kunst, Mathias Mehofer, Gabriele Scharrer-Liska, Wolfgang Lobisser, Wolfgang Neubauer, Immo Trinks
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 12(1): 093–103, 2021. Published: February 23, 2021
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2021.1.6

The SUCCESSO-TERRA Project: a Lesson of Sustainability from the Terramare Culture, Middle Bronze Age of the Po Plain (Northern Italy)
Mauro Cremaschi, Anna Maria Mercuri, Alessandra Benatti, Giovanna Bosi, Filippo Brandolini, Eleonora Clò, Assunta Florenzano, Elisa Furia, Guido S. Mariani, Marta Mazzanti, Maria Chiara Montecchi, Eleonora Rattighieri, Rossella Rinaldi, Paola Torri, Andre
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 9(2): 221-229, 2018. Published: December 31, 2018
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2018.2.8

Archaeobotany and the Terramara Archaeological Park of Montale (Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy): Experiences of Public Education
Giovanna Bosi, Giovanna Barbieri, Assunta Florenzano, Elisa Fraulini, Maria Chiara Montecchi, Alessia Pelillo, Elena Righi, Rossella Rinaldi, Cristiana Zanasi
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 8(2): 175–186, 2017. Published: December 28, 2017
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2017.2.6

Hic sunt leones? The Morava Valley Region During the Early Middle Ages: The Bilateral Mobility Project between Slovakia and Austria
Mária Hajnalová, Stefan Eichert, Jakub Tamaškovič, Nina Brundke, Judith Benedix, Noémi Beljak Pažinová, Dominik Repka
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 8(1): 99–104, 2017. Published: July 26, 2017
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2017.1.7

PAPAVER. Centre for Human and Plant Studies of Postglacial Europe and Northern Africa, 2013–2015
Jaromír Beneš, Adéla Pokorná, Alexandra Bernardová, Michaela Divišová, Petra Houfková, Ondřej Chvojka, Kateřina Kodýdková, Veronika Komárková, Klára Paclíková, Karel Prach, Michal Preusz, Kamila Lencová, Jan Novák, Tereza Šálková
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 6(1): 113–123, 2015. Published: September 17, 2015
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2015.1.8

Environmental Archaeology at the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague – An Application of New Methods for Interdisciplinary Research
Michal Hejcman, Pavla Hejcmanová, Petra Hlásná-Čepková, Jan Horák, Petr Karlík, Vilém Pavlů, Richard Rosenberg, Kateřina Součková, Pavla Staňková, Michaela Stejskalová
Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica 4(2): 223–231, 2013. Published: December 28, 2013
DOI: 10.24916/iansa.2013.2.8