EUROFARM

EUROFARM is a five-year project directed by Dr. Marc Vander Linden, launched in October 2012. Eurofarm is funded by the European Research Council, and hosted by the Institute of Archaeology, University College London.

This project will investigate the transmission of farming practices and associated technological innovations (landscape use, pottery, lithics) in the western Balkans during the 6th and the 5th millennium cal. BC through a combination of new data collection (excavations in Bosnia&Herzegovina and Montenegro, surveys in Croatia and Bosnia&Herzegovina, access to museum collections), analysis and agent-based modelling. The chosen research area provides a unique opportunity to observe the creation and early dispersal of the two cultural streams – inland and maritime – responsible for the introduction of farming across much of Europe. Read more of this post

EUROFARM

EUROFARM je petogodišnji projekat koji vodi Dr Marc Vander Linden, započet u oktobru 2012. Eurofarm je finansiran od strane European Research Council-a, a pokrenut na Arheološkom Institutu londonskog univerziteta, University College London.

Ovaj projekat proučavaće transmisiju zemljoradničkih običaja i pratećih tehnoloških inovacija (korišćenje terena, grnčarija, tehnologija obrade kamena) na zapadnom Balkanu tokom 6. i 5. milenijuma p.n.e., kroz kombinaciju prikupljanja novih podataka (nalazišta u Bosni i Hercegovini i Crnoj Gori, ispitivanja u Hrvatskoj i Bosni i Hercegovini, pristup muzejskim kolekcijama), analize i agentnog modelirenja. Odabrano područje istraživanja nudi jedinstvenu mogućnost sagledavanja nastanka i ranog širenja dva kulturna pravca – kopneni i morski – zaslužna za uvodjenje zemljoradnje u veći deo Evrope. Read more of this post