PROJEKT ARRS J7-1817: 5000 YEARS OF GRAZING AND MINING ACTIVITIES IN THE JULIAN ALPS (SLOVENIA) (2019-2022)

Dr Tjaša Tolar (archaeobotanist)

will analyse plant macrofossils from archaeological sites and sedimentary cores. Tjaša has 13 years of experience studying the introduction and use of cultivated plants in the Neolithic period, the Holocene environment and recovery techniques for waterlogged archaeological sediments. The main topic of her PhD thesis was the analysis of plant macrofossils and economy of Neolithic pile-dwelling study site Stare Gmajne (Ljubljansko barje).

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Selected bibliography

  • TOLAR, T., JACOMET, S. VELUŠČEK, A., ČUFAR, K. 2011. Plant economy at a late Neolithic lake dwelling site in Slovenia at the time of the Alpine Iceman, Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 20(3): 207–222.
  • TOLAR, T., JACOMET S., VELUŠČEK A., ČUFAR K. 2010, Recovery techniques for waterlogged archaeological sediments: a comparison of different treatment methods for samples from Neolithic lake shore settlements, Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 19: 53–67.
  • ČUFAR, K., KROMER B., TOLAR T., VELUŠČEK A. 2010. Dating of the 4th millennium BC piledwellings on Ljubljansko barje, Slovenia. Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 2031–2039.

 

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