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archaeobotany

(ˌɑːkɪəʊˈbɒtənɪ) or

archeobotany

n
(Archaeology) the analysis and interpretation of plant remains found at archaeological sites
ˌarchaeoˈbotanist, ˌarcheoˈbotanist n
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To answer these questions, Schuller urges interdisciplinary work in fields as diverse as ritual studies, Bakhtinian literary criticism, archeobotany, and INAA (instrumental neutron activation analysis).
There is now a considerable number of discussion lists dedicated to archaeology, from more general lists such as Arch-L (Carlson) and Arch-Theory to the much more specific, for example AegeaNet (Younger), ArcheoBotany, Arch-Metals, Lithics-L, Ind-Arch (industrial archaeology), BritArch (Britain), PortArch (Portugal) and AZTLAN (PreColumbian studies).