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"Miller makes it clear that the plant remains from Gordion do not merely provide information about the environmental setting but, rather, serve as an insight into the economic and social structures in which the site's inhabitants lived. . . . Gordion superbly presents Naomi Miller's research and simultaneously gifts us with an invaluable resource that should continue to serve academics for decades to come."—Environmental Archaeology



"This eagerly awaited volume by Naomi F. Miller on the archaeobotanical evidence from Gordion . . . is a valuable contribution to the field. Gordion is famous as the home of the Phrygian king Midas and the site where Alexander the Great cut the Gordion knot before his conquest of Asia. This volume is unique in its breadth. Miller discusses the environment and economy at Gordion by integrating wood charcoal and charred seed analyses from the middle Bronze Age to the Medieval period. . . . This volume also has a sense of being a personal account of Miller's more than twenty-year involvement in archaeology at Gordion. Her affinity with the site and knowledge of the surrounding landscape provide extra depth to her analysis."—Ancient Near Eastern Studies

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Naomi F. Miller is an archaeobotanist and member of the Near East Section at the Penn Museum. She is author of Drawing on the Past: An Archaeologist's Sketchbook, editor of Economy and Settlement in the Near East: Analyses of Ancient Sites and Materials, and coeditor (with Kathryn Gleason) of The Archaeology of Garden and Field, all of which are available from the University of Pennsylvania Press.
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