George Willcox
George Willcox
CNRS France
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How fast was wild wheat domesticated?
K Tanno, G Willcox
science 311 (5769), 1886-1886, 2006
Early Holocene cultivation before domestication in northern Syria
G Willcox, S Fornite, L Herveux
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 17 (3), 313-325, 2008
The distribution, natural habitats and availability of wild cereals in relation to their domestication in the Near East: multiple events, multiple centres
G Willcox
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 14 (4), 534-541, 2005
Archaeobotanical evidence for the spread of farming in the eastern Mediterranean
S Colledge, J Conolly, S Shennan
Current anthropology 45 (S4), S35-S58, 2004
The origins of cultivation of Cicer arietinum L. and Vicia faba L.: early finds from Tell el-Kerkh, north-west Syria, late 10th millennium BP
K Tanno, G Willcox
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 15 (3), 197-204, 2006
Cultivation and domestication had multiple origins: arguments against the core area hypothesis for the origins of agriculture in the Near East
DQ Fuller, G Willcox, RG Allaby
World Archaeology 43 (4), 628-652, 2011
Evolution of the grain dispersal system in barley
M Pourkheirandish, G Hensel, B Kilian, N Senthil, G Chen, M Sameri, ...
Cell 162 (3), 527-539, 2015
First wave of cultivators spread to Cyprus at least 10,600 y ago
JD Vigne, F Briois, A Zazzo, G Willcox, T Cucchi, S Thiébault, I Carrère, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (22), 8445-8449, 2012
Late Pleistocene and early Holocene climate and the beginnings of cultivation in northern Syria
G Willcox, R Buxo, L Herveux
The Holocene 19 (1), 151-158, 2009
Fouilles de Shortughaı̈: recherches sur l'Asie Centrale protohistorique
HP Francfort, C Boisset
Boccard, 1989
Early agricultural pathways: moving outside the ‘core area’hypothesis in Southwest Asia
DQ Fuller, G Willcox, RG Allaby
Journal of experimental botany 63 (2), 617-633, 2012
Geographic distribution and domestication of wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides)
H Özkan, G Willcox, A Graner, F Salamini, B Kilian
Genetic resources and crop evolution 58 (1), 11-53, 2011
Measuring grain size and identifying Near Eastern cereal domestication: evidence from the Euphrates valley
G Willcox
Journal of archaeological science 31 (2), 145-150, 2004
A history of deforestation as indicated by charcoal analysis of four sites in eastern Anatolia
GH Willcox
Anatolian Studies 24, 117-133, 1974
Large-scale cereal processing before domestication during the tenth millennium cal BC in northern Syria
G Willcox, D Stordeur
Antiquity 86 (331), 99-114, 2012
Distinguishing wild and domestic wheat and barley spikelets from early Holocene sites in the Near East
K Tanno, G Willcox
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 21 (2), 107-115, 2012
Identifying pre-domestication cultivation using multivariate analysis
S Colledge, AB Damania, J Valkoun, G Willcox, CO Qualset
Aleppo (Syria) ICARDA/IPGRI/FAO/UC/GRCP, 1998
The roots of cultivation in southwestern Asia
G Willcox
Science 341 (6141), 39-40, 2013
Evidence for plant exploitation and vegetation history from three Early Neolithic pre-pottery sites on the Euphrates (Syria)
G Willcox
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 5 (1), 143-152, 1996
The earliest finds of cultivated plants in Armenia: evidence from charred remains and crop processing residues in pisé from the Neolithic settlements of Aratashen and Aknashen
R Hovsepyan, G Willcox
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 17 (1), 63-71, 2008
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