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Volume 38, Number 2, June 2006

Introduction: adopting a sedentary lifeway
pp. 153-163(11)
Author: Marshall, Yvonne

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The role of wild grasses in subsistence and sedentism: new evidence from the northern Fertile Crescent
pp. 179-196(18)
Authors: Savard, Manon; Nesbitt, Mark; Jones, Martin

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The question of prehistoric plant husbandry during the Jomon period in Japan
pp. 259-273(15)
Authors: Matsui, Akira; Kanehara, Masaaki

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Sedentism, subsistence and socio-political organization in prehistoric New Zealand
pp. 274-290(17)
Authors: Walter, Richard; Smith, Ian; Jacomb, Chris

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