Mark Nesbitt
Mark Nesbitt
Curator, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew & Visiting Professor, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway
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From staple crop to extinction? The archaeology and history of the hulled wheats
M Nesbitt, D Samuel
Proceedings of the first international workshop on hulled wheats 21, 41-100, 1996
Some preliminary observations concerning early Neolithic subsistence behaviors in eastern Anatolia
M Rosenberg, M Nesbitt, RK Redding, TF Strasser
Anatolica 21, 3-12, 1995
M Nesbitt
The Cultural History of Plants, 45-60, 2005
When and where did domesticated cereals first occur in southwest Asia
M Nesbitt
The dawn of farming in the Near East, 113-32, 2002
Hallan Çemi, Pig Husbandry, and Post-Pleistocene Adaptations along the Taurus-Zagros arc (Turkey)
M Rosenberg, M Nesbitt, RW Redding, BL Peasnall
Paléorient 24 (1), 25-41, 1998
The role of wild grasses in subsistence and sedentism: new evidence from the northern Fertile Crescent
M Savard, M Nesbitt, MK Jones
World Archaeology 38 (2), 179-196, 2006
Identification of archaeological remains of wheat: the 1992 London workshop
GC Hillman, S Mason, D de Moulins, M Nesbitt
Circaea 12 (2), 195-209, 1996
Identification guide for near eastern grass seeds
M Nesbitt
Institute of Archaeology, University College London, 2006
Vibrational spectroscopic study of brazilin and brazilein, the main constituents of brazilwood from Brazil
LFC de Oliveira, HGM Edwards, ES Velozo, M Nesbitt
Vibrational spectroscopy 28 (2), 243-249, 2002
Linking biodiversity, food and nutrition: The importance of plant identification and nomenclature
M Nesbitt, RPH McBurney, M Broin, HJ Beentje
Journal of food composition and analysis 23 (6), 486-498, 2010
Some recent discoveries of millet (Panicum miliaceum L. and Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv.) at excavations in Turkey and Iran
M Nesbitt, GD Summers
Anatolian Studies 38, 85-97, 1988
Wheat evolution: integrating archaeological and biological evidence
M Nesbitt
The Linnean 3, 37-59, 2001
Wheat domestication: archaeobotanical evidence
M Nesbitt, D Samuel
Science 279 (5356), 1431-1431, 1998
Plants and people in ancient Anatolia
M Nesbitt
The Biblical Archaeologist, 68-81, 1995
World checklist of useful plant species
M Diazgranados, B Allkin, N Black, R Cámara-Leret, C Canteiro, ...
KNB Data Repository, 2020
Crops and cultivation in the Iron Age Near East: change or continuity
S Riehl, M Nesbitt
Identifying Changes: The Transition from Bronze to Iron Ages in Anatolia and …, 2002
Fourier-transform Raman characterization of brazilwood trees and substitutes
HGM Edwards, LFC de Oliveira, M Nesbitt
Analyst 128 (1), 82-87, 2003
Archaeobotanical evidence for early Dilmun diet at Saar, Bahrain
M Nesbitt
Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 4 (1), 20-47, 1993
Acorns as food in southeast Turkey: implications for prehistoric subsistence in Southwest Asia
S Mason, M Nesbitt
From foragers to farmers: papers in honour of Gordon C. Hillman. Oxbow Books …, 2009
Use of herbarium specimens in ethnobotany
M Nesbitt
Curating biocultural collections: a handbook, 313-28, 2014
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