Juan José García-Granero
Juan José García-Granero
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Microbotanical evidence of domestic cereals in Africa 7000 years ago
M Madella, JJ García-Granero, WA Out, P Ryan, D Usai
PLoS One 9 (10), e110177, 2014
Millet microremains—an alternative approach to understand cultivation and use of critical crops in Prehistory
M Madella, C Lancelotti, JJ García-Granero
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8, 17-28, 2016
Plant exploitation in Neolithic Sudan: A review in the light of new data from the cemeteries R12 and Ghaba
WA Out, P Ryan, JJ García-Granero, J Barastegui, L Maritan, M Madella, ...
Quaternary International 412, 36-53, 2016
Millets and herders: the origins of plant cultivation in semiarid North Gujarat (India)
JJ García-Granero, C Lancelotti, M Madella, P Ajithprasad
Current Anthropology 57 (2), 149-173, 2016
Directions in current and future phytolith research
D Zurro, JJ García-Granero, C Lancelotti, M Madella
Journal of Archaeological Science 68, 112-117, 2016
A tale of multi-proxies: integrating macro-and microbotanical remains to understand subsistence strategies
JJ García-Granero, C Lancelotti, M Madella
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 24 (1), 121-133, 2015
Soviet military maps and archaeological survey in the Samarkand region
B Rondelli, S Stride, JJ García-Granero
Journal of Cultural Heritage 14 (3), 270-276, 2013
A methodological approach to the study of microbotanical remains from grinding stones: a case study in northern Gujarat (India)
JJ García-Granero, C Lancelotti, M Madella
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 26 (1), 43-57, 2017
A microarchaeological approach for the study of pits
AL Balbo, D Cabanes, JJ García-Granero, A Bonet, P Ajithprasad, ...
Environmental Archaeology 20 (4), 390-405, 2015
Social and environmental transitions in arid zones: the North Gujarat Archaeological Project—NoGAP
M Madella, P Ajithprasad, C Lancelotti, B Rondelli, A Balbo, C French, ...
Antiquity Publications, 2010
Resilience of small-scale societies’ livelihoods: a framework for studying the transition from food gathering to food production
C Lancelotti, D Zurro, NJ Whitehouse, KL Kramer, M Madella, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
Starch taphonomy, equifinality and the importance of context: Some notes on the identification of food processing through starch grain analysis
JJ García-Granero
Journal of Archaeological Science 124, 105267, 2020
What is on the craftsmen’s menu? Plant consumption at Datrana, a 5000-year-old lithic blade workshop in North Gujarat, India
JJ García-Granero, C Gadekar, I Esteban, C Lancelotti, M Madella, ...
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9, 251-263, 2017
Cooking plant foods in the northern Aegean: Microbotanical evidence from Neolithic Stavroupoli (Thessaloniki, Greece)
JJ García-Granero, D Urem-Kotsou, A Bogaard, S Kotsos
Quaternary international 496, 140-151, 2018
Investigating fuel and fireplaces with a combination of phytoliths and multi-element analysis; an ethnographic experiment
C Lancelotti, J Ruiz-Pérez, JJ García-Granero
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 26, 75-83, 2017
Geometric morphometric analysis of Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv. (foxtail millet) and Brachiaria ramosa (L.) Stapf. (browntop millet) and its implications for …
JJ García-Granero, J Arias-Martorell, M Madella, C Lancelotti
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 25, 303-310, 2016
Plant microremains from the white deposits and skeletons of Ghaba and R12 cemeteries. Identification and implications
P Ryan, WA Out, JJ García-Granero Fos, M Madella, D Usai
Africa Magna Verlag, 2016
From storage to disposal: a holistic microbotanical approach to domestic plant preparation and consumption activities in late Minoan Gypsades, Crete
JJ García-Granero, E Hatzaki, E Tsafou, G Ayala, I Serpetsidaki, ...
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 28, 307-331, 2021
Constructing the ‘Urban profile’of an ancient Greek city: evidence from the Olynthos Project
LC Nevett, EB Tsigarida, ZH Archibald, DL Stone, BA Ault, N Akamatis, ...
Annual of the British School at Athens 115, 329-378, 2020
Beyond staple crops: exploring the use of ‘invisible’plant ingredients in Minoan cuisine through starch grain analysis on ceramic vessels
E Tsafou, JJ García-Granero
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 13 (8), 128, 2021
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