The transition to farming in Southeast Europe: perspectives from pottery
Keywords:transition to farming, archeogenetic data, pottery
AbstractThe transition to farming in the Balkans, Ionia and the Adriatic is discussed as the palimpsest relates to artefact assemblages, subsistence and archaeogenetic data. It is argued that it marks a dispersed and selective route towards farming adaptation in the regions. The incoming neareastern lineages and the difference in values for the Balkans (~20%) and Mediterranean coastal ( ~10%) area are linked to a network of the circulation of goods and people over long distances which was established after the incipient adoption of farming.
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Budja, M. (2001). The transition to farming in Southeast Europe: perspectives from pottery. Documenta Praehistorica, 28, 27–47. https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.28.2
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