New AMS 14C dates track the arrival and spread of broomcorn millet cultivation and agricultural change in prehistoric Europe

Dragana Filipović*, John Meadows*, Marta Dal Corso, Wiebke Kirleis, Almuth Alsleben, Örni Akeret, Felix Bittmann, Giovanna Bosi, Beatrice Ciută, Dagmar Dreslerová, Henrike Effenberger, Ferenc Gyulai, Andreas G. Heiss, Monika Hellmund, Susanne Jahns, Thorsten Jakobitsch, Magda Kapcia, Stefanie Klooß, Marianne Kohler-Schneider, Helmut KrollPrzemysław Makarowicz, Elena Marinova, Tanja Märkle, Aleksandar Medović, Anna Maria Mercuri, Aldona Mueller-Bieniek, Renato Nisbet, Galina Pashkevich, Renata Perego, Petr Pokorný, Łukasz Pospieszny, Marcin Przybyła, Kelly Reed, Joanna Rennwanz, Hans Peter Stika, Astrid Stobbe, Tjaša Tolar, Krystyna Wasylikowa, Julian Wiethold, Tanja Zerl

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