Paleoethnobotany

Published Book Chapter

Archaeological SciencesSpengler, Robert N. III (2018) Paleoethnobotany. In Sandra L. López Varela (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: New York.

Paleoethnobotany is the scientific investigation of human and plant interactions in the past; this includes both human environmental impact and cultural practices involving plants. Continue reading

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Mobility and Ancient Society in Asia and the Americas

Mobility and Ancient SocietyPublished Introduction & Edited Volume

Frachetti, Michael D., and Robert N. Spengler III (eds.)
2015. Introduction. In Mobility and Ancient Society in Asia and the Americas: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on “Great Migrations”, Springer Publishing.

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Paleoethnobotanical Methods for the Study of Early Agriculture and Cuisine in the Prehistory of Central Asia

Experience of Turkmenistan Published Book Chapter

Spengler, Robert N., III
2014. Paleoethnobotanical Methods for the Study of Early Agriculture and Cuisine in the Prehistory of Central Asia. In Experience of Turkmenistan in Research and Museumification of Archaeological Findings. (pp. 326-328), Turkmenistan Ministry of Culture, Ashgabat.