The Emergence of Arboriculture in the 1st Millennium BC along the Mediterranean's 'FarWest'
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The Emergence of Arboriculture in the 1st Millennium BC along the Mediterranean's 'FarWest'

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Pérez Jordà, Guillem; Alonso, Natàlia; Rovira, Núria; Figueiral, Isabel; López Reyes, Daniel; Marinval, Philippe; Montes, Eva; Peña Chocarro, Leonor; Pinaud-Querrac'h, Rachël; Ros, Jérôme; Tarongi, Miguel; Tillier, Margaux; Bouby, Laurent
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This paper presents the history of the introduction and expansion of arboriculture during the 1st millennium BC from the South of the Iberian Peninsula to the South of France. The earliest evidence of arboriculture at the beginning of the 1st millennium hails from the south of the Iberia from where it spread northward along the peninsula's eastern edge. The different fruits (grape, olive, fig, almond, pomegranate and apple/pear) arrived together in certain areas in spite of uneven distribution and acceptance by local communities. Grape was the crop with the greatest diffusion. The greater diversity of crops in the southern half of the peninsula is also noteworthy. Their development paved the way for a commercial agricultural model in some territories where fruits and their derivatives, such as wine and oil, played vital roles.

    Pérez Jordà, Guillem Alonso, Natàlia Rovira, Núria Figueiral, Isabel López Reyes, Daniel Marinval, Philippe Montes, Eva Peña Chocarro, Leonor Pinaud-Querrac'h, Rachël Ros, Jérôme Tarongi, Miguel Tillier, Margaux Bouby, Laurent 2021 The Emergence of Arboriculture in the 1st Millennium BC along the Mediterranean's 'FarWest' Agronomy-Basel 11 1 32
https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy11050902

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