Pollen records and age determination of site Bokanjacko Blato, supplement to: Grüger, Eberhard (1996): Vegetational change. Chapman, J; Shiel, R & Batovic, S (eds.): The changing face of Dalmatia. Archaeological and ecological investigations in a Mediterranean Landscape, Leicester University Press, 365 pp, 33-43

Eberhard Grüger
In summary, one may conclude that human influence in the Bokanjac area started in the Eneolithic or Earlier Bronze Age - the third to second millennia Cal. BC. Traces of agriculture are weak or missing in the pollen diagram but grazing is indicated. Chestnut and walnut were introduced by humans to the area in classical times. These findings are in general agreement with the results of earlier studies at coastal sites north-west and south-east of...
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