The early Neolithic in northern Central Europe ought to be the theatre in which incoming farmersmeet local hunter-gatherers, with greater or lesser impact By way of contrast, the authors use isotope analysis in a cemetery beside the Danube to describe a peaceful, well-integrated community with a common diet and largely indigenous inhabitants Men and women may have had different mobility strategies, but the isotopes did not signal special origins or diverse foodproducing roles.Other explanations attend the variations in the burial rites of individuals and their distribution into cemetery plots.
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2011|
- First farmers
- Isotope analysis