Asserus (oppidum praehistoricum)

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Tumpa Asseri (Graecia boreo-orientalis physicalis )
Tumpa Asseri
Tumpa Asseri
Situs in Graecia

Asserus (Neograece Άσσηρος) aut nomine accuratiori Tumpa Asseri (Τούμπα Ασσήρου)[1] est locus oppidi aetatibus aënea et ferrea habitati, iuxta vicum hodiernum Asserum in Macedonia Graeciae situs. Ruinae huius oppidi ab archaeologis Britannis inter annis 1975 et 1989 effoditae sunt.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Linguis Europaeis saepius "Assiros", rarius "Assiros Toumba"

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • G. Jones, "Crop processing at Assiros Toumba - a taphonomic study" in Zeitschrift für Archäologie vol. 15 (1981) pp. 105-111
  • G. Jones, "Weed phytosociology and crop husbandry: identifying a contrast between ancient and modern practice" in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology vol. 73 (1992) pp. 133-143
  • G. Jones, S. Valamoti, "Lallemantia, an imported oil plant in Bronze Age northern Greece?" in Vegetation History and Archaeobotany vol. 14 (2005) pp. 571-577
  • G. Jones, S. Valamoti, M. Charles, "Early crop diversity: a ‘new’ glume wheat from northern Greece" in Vegetation History and Archaeobotany vol. 9 (2000) pp. 133-146
  • G. Jones, K. A. Wardle, P. Halstead, D. Wardle, "Crop storage at Assiros" in Scientific American vol. 254 no. 3 (1986) pp. 96-103
  • S. M. Valamoti, "Investigating the prehistoric bread of Northern Greece: the archaeobotanical evidence for the Neolithic and the Bronze Age" in K. Fechner, M. Mesnil, edd., Pains, fours et foyers des temps passés. Archéologie et traditions boulangères des peuples agriculteurs d'Europe et du Proche-Orient (2002. Civilisations vol. 49 fascc. 1-2) pp. 49-66

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