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New finds of Malus sylvestris Mill. (wild apple) from Neolithic sites in Poland

, : New finds of Malus sylvestris Mill. (wild apple) from Neolithic sites in Poland. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 10(2): 105-106

The oldest Neolithic crab apple (Malus sylvestris L.) remains have been found in the Gwozdziec 2 site (southeast Poland), archaeologically dated to the earliest part of the Linear Pottery Culture. There is also another find of apple pips from Poland (Dabki site) identified as Malus sylvestris L. and after a long discussion archaeologically dated to the proto-Neolithic period.


DOI: 10.1007/pl00006918

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