Renata Perego


Integrative prehistoric and archaeological Science IPAS
Basel University
Spalenring 145
CH - 4055 Basel

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C.N.R. – IDPA (Istituto per la Dinamica dei Processi Ambientali) – Milano (Italy)
Sede di Dalmine
Via Pasubio 5
I-24044 Dalmine (BG)

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Current project: Publications

PhD (under the co-direction of Prof. Stefanie Jacomet, IPAS and Dr. Cesare Ravazzi, CNR-IDPA Milano). Subject: The archaeobotanical study of the Bronze Age pile-dwellings of Lavagnone and Lucone (N-Italy).The aims of this research are:

  • to reconstruct natural vegetation and human activities through plant macroremains analysis
  • to define the role of animal husbandry in southern alpine foreland during the Bronze Age through the analysis of goat/sheep coprolites
Part of this research is funded by SNF within the project: “The role of animal fodder in Neolithic and Bronze Age subsistence economy and its palaeoecological implications” (project Nr. 105312-110406/1).


Other projects in progress:

Archaeobotanical study of the etruscan settlement (VIth-IVth cent. B.C.) of Forcello (Bagnolo San Vito, Mantova), direction: R.C. de Marinis (University of Milano).




Publications:

Antolín, F., Alonso, N., Berihuete, M., Brombacher, Ch., Chondrou, D., Ertug, F., Garcia-Granero, J.J., Gonzalez-Carretero, L., Hamon, C., Heiss, A.G., Jacomet, S., Naranjo, Y., Perego, R., Procopiou, H., Steiner, B., Valamoti, S., Wojtzak, D., Wollstonecroft, M. (2016) Grütze, Bulgur, Mehl und Griess. Bericht zum internationalen Arbeitstreffen „Archäobotanische Identifikation von Getreidespeisen“ (Basel, 2./3. Uni 2015), mit einem praktischen Leitfaden zu ihrer integrativen Untersuchung. Jahrbuch Archäologie Schweiz 99, 143-151.

DE MARINIS R.C., RAPI M., RAVAZZI C., ARPENTI E., DEADDIS M. & PEREGO R. (2005) Lavagnone (Desenzano del Garda): new excavations and palaeoecology of a Bronze Age pile dwelling in northern Italy. In: P. Della Casa Ph. & Trachsel M. (eds) (2005) WES’04 – Wetland Economies and Societies. Proceedings of the International Conference in Zürich, 10-13 March, 2004. Collectio Archaeologica 3, 221-232 (Zürich: Chronos).