This volume is dedicated to the evaluation of archaeobotanical data obtained from new archaeological excavations in the area of the Mikulčice-Kopčany settlement agglomeration between 2005 and 2014. Through intensive sampling of the excavated area and the application of state-of-the-art techniques for the extraction of plant macroremains from archaeological deposits, we were able to collect a vast archaeobotanical assemblage that was substantially varied in terms of the origin of the samples. A detailed knowledge of the archaeological context of the samples enabled us to apply a series of taphonomic, mathematic and ecological analyses. As a result of the comparison of the archaeobotanical findings and the existing archaeological theories, a study was conducted concerning the production of agricultural crops and the supply of the agglomeration with foodstuffs of plant origin.
2. Natural conditions
3. Cultural and historical situation
5. Characteristics of find contexts of archaeobotanical samples
6. General results
7. Taphonomic analysis and origin of archaeobotanical samples
9. Ecological attributes of wild species