Hidden Neolithic landscapes of the Adriatic coastal region in Apulia have been reconstructed by comparing geomorphological, palaeoenvironmental, archaeobotanical and archaeological data. Ancient landscapes are hidden and/or transformed by natural processes (rising sea-level, erosion and/or accumulation processes) and by recent human activity (intensive land use and urban expansion). Recent research on archaeological landscapes in the Tavoliere, Ofanto and Murge areas has highlighted several less well-known aspects of hidden Early to Late Neolithic landscapes.

Hidden Neolithic Landscape in the Region of Apulia.

FIORENTINO, Girolamo;PRIMAVERA, Milena;
2011-01-01

Abstract

Hidden Neolithic landscapes of the Adriatic coastal region in Apulia have been reconstructed by comparing geomorphological, palaeoenvironmental, archaeobotanical and archaeological data. Ancient landscapes are hidden and/or transformed by natural processes (rising sea-level, erosion and/or accumulation processes) and by recent human activity (intensive land use and urban expansion). Recent research on archaeological landscapes in the Tavoliere, Ofanto and Murge areas has highlighted several less well-known aspects of hidden Early to Late Neolithic landscapes.
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