Pollen-based reconstruction of the plant cultivation in the Carpathian basin from the Migration Age to the end of the Medieval Age [Pollen alapú növénytermesztési rekonstrukció a Kárpát-medencében a népvándorlás korától a középkor végéig]

Törőcsik, Tünde ✉ [Törőcsik, Tünde (földtudományok), author] Doctoral School of Geosciences (USZ / DI); Földtani és Őslénytani Tanszék (USZ / TTIK / FFI); Sümegi, Pál [Sümegi, Pál (Őslénytan, sztrat...), author] Institute of Archaeology (BTK); Department of Geology and Paleontology (USZ / TTIK / FFTCS); Department of Geology and Paleontology (USZ / TTK / FFTCS); Földtani és Őslénytani Tanszék (USZ / TTIK / FFI)

English Scientific Article (Journal Article)
Published: ARCHEOMETRIAI MŰHELY 1786-271X 16 (3) pp. 245-270 2019
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  • SJR Scopus - Archeology (arts and humanities): Q2
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From the beginning of the Migration period to the end of the Ottoman period, from the turn of the IV-Vth century until to the XVI-XVIIth century, we examined the changes of 1300 years of grain production throughout the Carpathian Basin in a centennial resolution, through 13 centuries, and 137 pollen sites. Based on the spatial distribution of the total cereal pollen ratio, which is related to cultivation, agriculture, population density, and headcount, the following statements were made regarding the age of the Migration period, the Hungarian conquest, the Middle Ages and the Ottoman period. Our analysis is only the beginning of a comprehensive environmental history analysis, which, together with significant material and time investment, archaeological data, historical analyses, pollen data, and other archaeobotanical, archaeozoological data, allows us to conduct an almost complete economic history analysis of the Carpathian Basin.
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