Ethnoarchaeology of foraging

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The ethnoarchaeological and ethnohistorical study of foraging practices in Crete and other Aegean Islands will cover the activity of contemporary foragers in inland and coastal areas, based on seasonality, the differentiation of these practices according to gender and age, and their importance in the economy of the household or the wider social group. These elements are reflected in the practices of gathering wild plants, molluscs and salt by modern agricultural populations which can give clues and lead to the formulation of analogies for societies of the past

 Cultural heritage
 Academic Writing

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