Eleni Asouti
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Reconstructing woodland vegetation and its exploitation by past societies, based on the analysis and interpretation of archaeological wood charcoal macro-remains
E Asouti, P Austin
Environmental Archaeology 10 (1), 1-18, 2005
A Contextual Approach to the Emergence of Agriculture in Southwest Asia
E Asouti, D Fuller
Current Anthropology 54 (3), 299-345, 2013
Beyond the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Interaction Sphere
E Asouti
Journal of World Prehistory 20 (2), 87-126, 2006
The ethnoarchaeology of firewood management in the Fang villages of Equatorial Guinea, central Africa: implications for the interpretation of wood fuel remains from …
L Picornell Gelabert, E Asouti, E Allué Martí
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 30 (3), 375-384, 2011
Cultivation as slow evolutionary entanglement: comparative data on rate and sequence of domestication
D Fuller, E Asouti, MD Purugganan
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 21 (2), 131-145, 2012
Long-term deforestation in NW Spain: linking the Holocene fire history to vegetation change and human activities
J Kaal, YC Marco, E Asouti, MM Seijo, AM Cortizas, MC Casáis, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (1), 161-175, 2011
Macro-botanical evidence for plant use at Neolithic Catalhöyük south-central Anatolia, Turkey
A Fairbairn, E Asouti, J Near, D Martinoli
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 11 (1), 41-54, 2002
From foraging to farming in the southern Levant: the development of Epipalaeolithic and Pre-pottery Neolithic plant management strategies
E Asouti, D Fuller
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 21 (2), 149-162, 2012
Charcoal analysis and the reconstruction of ancient woodland vegetation in the Konya Basin, south-central Anatolia, Turkey: results from the Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük East
E Asouti, J Hather
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 10 (1), 23-32, 2001
Holocene semi-arid oak woodlands in the Irano-Anatolian region of Southwest Asia: natural or anthropogenic?
E Asouti, C Kabukcu
Quaternary Science Reviews 90, 158-182, 2014
Trees and Woodlands of South India: Archaeological Perspectives
E Asouti, D Fuller
Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, California, 2008
Agricultural origins on the Anatolian plateau
D Baird, A Fairbairn, E Jenkins, L Martin, C Middleton, J Pearson, E Asouti, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (14), E3077-E3086, 2018
Woodland vegetation and fuel exploitation at the prehistoric campsite of Pınarbaşı, south-central Anatolia, Turkey: the evidence from the wood charcoal macro-remains
E Asouti
Journal of Archaeological Science 30 (9), 1185-1201, 2003
Juniper smoke, skulls and wolves’ tails. The Epipalaeolithic of the Anatolian plateau in its South-west Asian context; insights from Pınarbaşı
D Baird, E Asouti, L Astruc, A Baysal, E Baysal, D Carruthers, A Fairbairn, ...
Levant 45 (2), 175-209, 2013
Human responses and non-responses to climatic variations during the last Glacial-Interglacial transition in the eastern Mediterranean
N Roberts, J Woodbridge, A Bevan, A Palmisano, S Shennan, E Asouti
Quaternary Science Reviews 184, 45-67, 2018
Woodland vegetation and the exploitation of fuel and timber at Neolithic Çatalhöyük: report on the wood charcoal macro-remains
E Asouti
Inhabiting Çatalhöyük: Reports from the 1995-1999 Seasons (edited by Hodder …, 2005
Wood charcoal from Santorini (Thera): new evidence for climate, vegetation and timber imports in the Aegean Bronze Age
E Asouti
Antiquity 77 (297), 471-484, 2003
Subsistence economy in Central Anatolia during the Neolithic: the archaeobotanical evidence
E Asouti, A Fairbairn
The Neolithic of Central Anatolia. Internal developments and external …, 2002
Early Holocene woodland vegetation and human impacts in the arid zone of the southern Levant
E Asouti, C Kabukcu, CE White, I Kuijt, B Finlayson, C Makarewicz
The Holocene 25, 1565-1580, 2015
Woodland vegetation, firewood management and woodcrafts at Neolithic Çatalhöyük
E Asouti
Humans and Landscapes of Çatalhöyük: Reports from the 2000-2008 Seasons …, 2013
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