Leilani Lucas
Leilani Lucas
University College London & College of Southern Nevada
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Current perspectives and the future of domestication studies
G Larson, DR Piperno, RG Allaby, MD Purugganan, L Andersson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6139-6146, 2014
Convergent evolution and parallelism in plant domestication revealed by an expanding archaeological record
DQ Fuller, T Denham, M Arroyo-Kalin, L Lucas, CJ Stevens, L Qin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6147-6152, 2014
Between China and South Asia: A Middle Asian corridor of crop dispersal and agricultural innovation in the Bronze Age
CJ Stevens, C Murphy, R Roberts, L Lucas, F Silva, DQ Fuller
The Holocene 26 (10), 1541-1555, 2016
Ancient crops provide first archaeological signature of the westward Austronesian expansion
A Crowther, L Lucas, R Helm, M Horton, C Shipton, HT Wright, S Walshaw, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (24), 6635-6640, 2016
Geographic mosaics and changing rates of cereal domestication
DQF Robin G. Allaby, Chris Stevens, Leilani Lucas, Osamu Maeda
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
Narrowing the harvest: Increasing sickle investment and the rise of domesticated cereal agriculture in the Fertile Crescent
O Maeda, L Lucas, F Silva, KI Tanno, DQ Fuller
Quaternary Science Reviews 145 (1), 226-237, 2016
Adapting crops, landscapes, and food choices: Patterns in the dispersal of domesticated plants across Eurasia
DQ Fuller, L Lucas
Human dispersal and species movement: From prehistory to the present, 304-331, 2017
From intermediate economies to agriculture: trends in wild food use, domestication and cultivation among early villages in Southwest Asia
DQ Fuller, L Lucas, LG Carretero, C Stevens
Paléorient 44 (2), 59-74, 2018
Entanglements and entrapment on the pathway toward domestication
DQ Fuller, C Stevens, L Lucas, C Murphy, L Qin
Archaeology of entanglement, 151-172, 2016
Crop introduction and accelerated island evolution: archaeobotanical evidence from ‘Ais Yiorkis and Pre-Pottery Neolithic Cyprus
L Lucas, S Colledge, A Simmons, DQ Fuller
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 21, 117-129, 2012
The transition from hunting–gathering to food production in the Gamo Highlands of Southern Ethiopia
JW Arthur, MC Curtis, KJW Arthur, M Coltorti, P Pieruccini, J Lesur, ...
African Archaeological Review 36, 5-65, 2019
Comparing pathways to agriculture
DQ Fuller, E Kingwell-Banham, L Lucas, C Murphy, CJ Stevens
Archaeology International 18, 61-61, 2015
D Fuller
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG 5, 245-280, 2020
Crops, culture, and contact in prehistoric Cyprus
L Lucas
BAR Publishing, 2014
Against the grain: long-term patterns in agricultural production in prehistoric Cyprus
L Lucas, DQ Fuller
Journal of World Prehistory 33 (2), 233-266, 2020
Wheats: origins and development
D Fuller, L Lucas
Springer, 2013
Charred remains from Tappeh Sang-e Chakhmaq, and a consideration of early wheat diversity on the eastern margins of the Fertile Crescent
DQ Fuller, L Lucas, C Stevens
The first farming village in northeast Iran and Turan: Tappeh Sang-e …, 2014
Savanna on the Nile: Long-term Agricultural Diversification and Intensification in Nubia
DQ Fuller, L Lucas
The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Nubia, 2021
Economy and interaction: exploring archaeobotanical contributions in Prehistoric Cyprus
L Lucas
UCL (University College London), 2012
The Mission Archéologique Française au Myanmar: Past, present and future.
TO Pryce, AS Coupey, KA Aung, L Dussubieux, A Favereau, L Lucas, ...
Antiquity. International quarterly journal of archaeological research …, 2013
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