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KEYWORDS: Archaeobotany, oil-rich seeds, flax, hemp, gold of pleasure, corn spurrey, southern Scandinavia INTRODUCTION Sustainable crop diversity is a hot issue in today`s global political debate.
Archaeobotanical research can help to shed light on the huge spectrum of useful plants that were cultivated and/or collected in nature by our ancestors (Karg 2008, 2010).
19 x x x Nebelgårds mose, Grauballe Pre Roman Iron Age bog body w Helbæk 1958; Harild et al. 2009; Henriksen et al x x x Overbygård Pre Roman Iron Age settlement c Henriksen & Robinson 1994, 1996; Robinson et al x x x Smedegård Pre Roman Iron Age settlement c, m Henriksen & Harild 2002; Robinson et al x x Stoustrup Pre Roman Iron Age pot c Robinson 1993; Robinson et al x x x Fuglsøgård Mose Pre Roman/Roman Iron Age pits w Karg 2003a; 2003b; in prep.
25 x x Glesborg Early Iron Age settlement c Robinson & Karg x x x Bjerggården Early Roman Iron Age settlement, retting pits w Henriksen & Harild 2005; Andresen & Karg x Bolteskov 2 Roman Iron Age well c Henriksen unpubl. Arkæobotaniske undersøgelser af materiale fra Bjerre Plads 7, en hustomt fra yngre bronzealder i Thy.
Archaeological records of oil plants are relatively rare compared with those of cereal finds.
One reason for this might be that oil seeds are not roasted before being consumed and therefore do not get into 18 contact with fire as often as cereal grains do before being ground.
Finds from the Viking Age are dated from 750 to 1050 AD. Archaeobotanical records of oil plants in Southern Scandinavia. c charred, w water logged, m mineralised Number on oil plant map Linum usitatissimum Cannabis sativa Camelina sativa Spergula arvensis Locality name Archaeological dating Context Preservation condition Reference 1 x Gamborg Fjord, Ronæs Skov Late Mesolithic settlement w Harild & Karg x Lønt Funnel Beaker Culture ritual c Robinson x Spodsbjerg Late Funnel Beaker Culture settlement w, c Robinson et al.
1995, x Strandet Hovedgaard Bell Beaker Culture settlement c Robinson & Boldsen x Brd.
MATERIAL AND METHODS During the last 15 years an archaeobotanical database has been established at the National Museum of Denmark. Only when being quickly covered and deposited waterlogged (under the modern ground water level) there is a chance for plant remains to persist in uncharred condition. The most optimal find circumstances to reconstruct former diet habits is the find of a stomach content in a bog body. 28 x x x Vestervig, Thy Roman Iron Age settlement c Robinson 1999a 29 x Vinding Roman Iron Age grave c Robinson 1992b 30 x x Vårhøj Late Roman Iron Age settlement c Henriksen x Heldumbol Late Roman/Early Germanic Iron Age castle c Harild 1997; Robinson et al x x Høje Taastrup, Kragehavegård Late Roman/Early Germanic Iron Age settlement, retting pits w Robinson et al. 2001; Andresen & Karg x x x Odense, Seden Syd Late Roman Iron/Early Germanic Iron settlement, retting pits w Henriksen & Harild 2005; Andresen & Karg 2011 Age 34 x x x Toruplund Late Roman/Early Germanic Iron Age settlement, well w Harild x x Horsemosegaard Late Roman/Germanic Iron Age settlement c Harild unpubl. og Hist., 1950: HELBÆK H Ukrudtsfrö som Næringsmiddel i forromersk Jernalder.