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State of the (t)art. Analytical approaches in the investigation of components and production traits of archaeological bread-like objects, applied to two finds from the Neolithic lakeshore settlement Parkhaus Opéra (Zürich, Switzerland)

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Histogram of the recorded maximum dimensions of components (N = 287) in find no. 2907.

Y axis: number of occurrences, Y axis: size class in micrometres (in 100 μm steps). Grouping according to grain sizes of modern grain products: a) Flour and dunst (smaller than 300 μm), b) Semolina (300–1000 μm), and c) Grist (larger than 1000 μm). For raw data see S3 Table.

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