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Website design and content

Basing on the original design by ah,ja! Andi Jacomet from 2006, this WordPress website was created and is being maintained by Andreas G. Heiss (contact data see below). Further significant contributions were made by Karl-Ernst Behre, Felix Bittmann, Helmut Kroll, Adéla Pokorná, and Hans-Peter Stika. The website authors are most grateful to the conference hosts for contributing materials from their respective conferences.

Andreas G. Heiss

Austrian Archaeological Institute (OeAI) at the

Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW)

Franz Klein-Gasse 1

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Austria

mail info@archaeobotany.org

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Citation of this website

Heiss AG, Bittmann F, Kroll H, Pokorná A, Stika H-P, Behre K-E (2022 onwards) Website of the International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany (IWGP). Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW), Lower Saxony Institute for Historical Coastal Research (NIhK), Charles University Prague, University of Hohenheim. http://www.archaeobotany.org. Accessed 27th June 2022

 

 

Privacy Policy

 

Who we are

The IWGP is a non-profit, informal, and voluntary collective of global archaeobotanists. Our website address is: https://www.archaeobotany.org

Comments

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Media

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Cookies

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Who we share your data with

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How long we retain your data

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Where we send your data

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Background image: Charred cultivated plant remains from Fuente Álamo (prov. Almería, Spain), Bronze Age El Argar culture © Hans-Peter Stika