Man and environment around lake Maliq (southern Albania) during the late Holocene

  • Fouache E
  • Dufaure J
  • Denèfle M
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Abstract

The archaeological site of Sovjan is located at the edge of lake Maliq.
It was occupied from the early Bronze Age to the early Iron Age. Pollen
data from a short sequence of peat deposits dated between 4255 +/- 50
and 2420 +/- 45 uncal B.P. and charcoal, seeds and wood from
archaeological deposits have provided new information on human
activities in the region. They are discussed in the general frame of
agricultural developments in the Balkans. Regional environment
(regarding vegetation and hydrology) and climate are also discussed.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Albania
  • Bronze Age/Iron Age
  • Geomorphology
  • Holocene
  • Palynology

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Authors

  • Eric Fouache

  • Jean Jacques Dufaure

  • Michelle Denèfle

  • Anne Marie Lézine

  • Pétrika Léra

  • Frano Prondi

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