Advanced PAPAVER course by Sabine Karg

Staple and wild food resources during Neolithic to Medieval Times in Northern and Central Europe

First lecture starts at 10. 2. 2014, 16:00 in new CPE/LAPE building

Focus in this course will be set on the diversity of the most important food plants that are known from archaeological excavations in Northern and Central Europe covering a time range stretching from the Neolithic to the medieval period. Within 4 moduls the following plant groups will be presented and discussed, and the morphological features will be studied in the laboratory:

 

10. 2. 2014, 16:00 module 1: Cereals

2 hours lecture

 

11. 2. 2014, 09:30 module 2: Oil plants and pulses

2 hours lecture

13.30: laboratory session module 1  - studying different kind of cereal grains and chaff remains, modern and archaeological material

and module 2 - studying seeds of different oil plants and pulses, modern and archaeological material

 

12. 2. 2014, 09:30 module 3: Nuts and fruits

2 hours lecture

13.30: laboratory session - studying different nuts and fruit remains, modern and archaeological material

 

13. 2. 2014, 09:30 module 4: Wild food resources

2 hours lecture

13.30:  laboratory session - studying remains of Trapa natans, Chenopodium album, Polygonum species etc., modern and archaeological material


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Kde nás najdete?

Laboratoř archeobotaniky a paleoekologie

  • Katedra botaniky
  • Přírodovědecká fakulta,
  • Jihočeská univerzita
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  • Na Zlaté stoce 3
  • 370 05 České Budějovice

 

Kontakt

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