Clémence Pagnoux

PhD (Environmental Archaeology) University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2016

MSc (Environmental Archaeology) University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2011

BA (Classic philology) University of Rennes 2, 2007

 

Clemence PagnouxMy PhD research focused on fruit tree cultivation in Greece from Neolithic to Roman period. I studied written evidence and archaeobotanical remains (seeds and fruits), and I conducted morphometric analyses on grape and olive remains. My research aimed to study the processes of cultivation and domestication of fruit trees.

My research interests include vegetation history, food history, ancient agriculture and fruit tree cultivation.

In the framework of the PLANTCULT project, I will focus on grape an olive remains. Using geometric morphometry, I attempt to give more details about the first domesticated olive and grapevines in Greece, and about the evolution of cultivated varieties from the Neolithic to the Iron Age.

Project Partners

Hans-Peter Stika

Hans-Peter Stika

Assistant Lecturer of Archaeobotany, University of Hohenheim Read More
Stefi Jacomet

Stefi Jacomet

Professor of Archaeobotany, Basel University Read More
Andreas Heiss

Andreas Heiss

Scientific collaborator, Austrian Archaeological Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences Read More
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  • PlantFoods

    PlantFoods

    The project will examine an impressive body of actual food remains and will generate a solid methodological tool for ancient
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  • Grinding Tools & Cooking Facilities

    Grinding Tools & Cooking Facilities

    The project will address variability and change of food preparation technologies, by assembling information on grinding stone tools, cooking facilities
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  • Ethnography & Ancient texts

    Ethnography & Ancient texts

    Ethnographic fieldwork will offer insights into traditional ways of transforming plants into food, daily meals as well as food for
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  • Experimentation

    Experimentation

    The Project will experiment with processing and cooking different plant species, generating different kinds of recipes and end-products.
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