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Paleoethnobotany is the archaeological sub-field that studies plant remains from archaeological sites. The major research themes are recovery of plant remains, the origins of domestication, the use of wild plant remains, and the co-evolution of human-plant interactions. Palynology is a specialty - the study of pollens, in this case, as clues to early humankind.

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