Late Holocene deposits stored beneath the modern deltaic-alluvial plains are excellent sedimentary archives to explore in detail the succession of landscapes developed, since the Proto-historic period (ca. 3000 yr BC), under the mutual in-teraction of natural and anthropogenic forcing factors. The recent coring campaign performed in the Pisa plain, in the context of “MAPPA project”, has represented a great oppor-tunity to highlight the history of human-environment rela-tionships in a long-settled city area.

Geoarchaeological practice applied to archaeological predictive modelling: methodologies and results from Mappa Project

PAPPALARDO, MARTA;SARTI, GIOVANNI;BINI, MONICA;Fabiani F.;
2013

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Late Holocene deposits stored beneath the modern deltaic-alluvial plains are excellent sedimentary archives to explore in detail the succession of landscapes developed, since the Proto-historic period (ca. 3000 yr BC), under the mutual in-teraction of natural and anthropogenic forcing factors. The recent coring campaign performed in the Pisa plain, in the context of “MAPPA project”, has represented a great oppor-tunity to highlight the history of human-environment rela-tionships in a long-settled city area.
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